“Please hide the cookies. Don’t let me see or hear where you hide it.” says me.
“Please put the bread out of my sight. Better yet, don’t buy la. It’s processed bread. No good one.” I say. And yet, I still sneakily eat it especially when nobody’s around.
“Ok, eat just a bit.” I say. A little while later, “Ok, I’m eating just a bit nia.” I say.
“Ok, last one!” I say. A little while later, the hand grab for more.
“Why do you finish it, and don’t leave some for us?” says sister *points to junk food Haha
According to my mind, this year has more downs than ups for me. Perhaps my spirit/soul will beg to differ very strongly. LOL I did some of the things that were scary to me. And while they may or may not yielded any benefits, I know I’ve gained confidence through it. Turns out, there is nothing to be afraid of, only overthinking on minuscule stuff. Yes, I know I’ve talked about it before, and I’m still learning about the overthinking matter. In terms of speed, it’s a moderate year for me. I didn’t find it going by too fast or too slow. Just good enough for me. Is this a good sign then?
Do you know that you can repurpose used coffee grounds? One of the ideas is to make air freshener out of it because coffee grounds are wonderful odors absorber!
My DIY coffee grounds air fresheners. 💞
Ok, first of all, I’m not sure what type of a citrus tree is this but I suspect it’s a kumquat. Please enlighten me if you know.
My mom bought a kumquat tree early this year for Chinese New Year. Immediately, I told her I would take care of it because I know she’s not much into gardening plus she would spew nonsense towards it even before the tree has a chance to adapt into our environment. 😂 You see, a majority of my mom’s conversation is about negativity. I do correct her and encourage her to talk about positive things but I guess it’s hard to change people.
To my handsome angel, happy 15th birthday! 😘
I don’t miss you every day. But I miss you every other day.
Tomorrow will be the 3rd anniversary of your passing.
Love ya always! 💗
I am delighted to finally share with you how to grow figs from seeds. When my experiment on growing avocado plants from seeds was a success two years back, I started dreaming of planting many fruit trees. One of it is fig.
One of my many fig plants.