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Food And Entertainment In Brentwood Villa, Aberdeen

GOOD TO BE BACK!

What lures me back here so soon is also partly that I have good friends here, The Mohs!  They are always so kind and generous, full of hospitality and makes me feel so much at home.  I am so thankful to them, their good works are also extended not to seniors like me but also to all ages.  Students who come from afar to study, professors, tourists... they like to come by to Brentwood Villa, feeling at home away from home.  LOL...

Coming back to my post, Mary invited both of us for a fulfilling dinner at her cosy cafe.  She extended her invitation to a few students as well, they simply love to go over... anytime... just waiting for the invite.  LOL... so naughty of me!  No frills no fancies and yet the meal was so satisfying, Asian food is always a welcoming sight to US! 

Besides food, we were entertained to a a potential singer among our midst... that evening was indeed enlightening.  However due to my jet lag, I called it an early night, I was in bed snoring by 9.30pm! *so my son said*
The Char Char Mien, this is called... 
How to resist!!
Joining the youth to make myself younger... LOL... 
Just The Way You Are...
All good... 
Thank you to all....


Comments

  1. So blessed to have wonderful friends around. And it does feel good and homey to be able to enjoy food that close to home.

    Char char mien looked delucious, so much topping.

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  2. Mary is such a friendly and generous host. soon your jet lag will be gone and you can stay up till late.

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  3. It is like you have a second family there. What a blessing! He can really SING!

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  4. Do you know the song? LOL!!! Regards to Mary & Steven.

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  5. I like a hearty Asian meal on a cold day!

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  6. Good and hospitable friends, yummy food, good company and good entertainment! You are so blessed!

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