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What I did On This 6th Day Of Covid MCO

6TH DAY OF COVID CONFINEMENT... 

When I opened my eyes and looked at time, to my shock, it was already 10.30 in the morning!!  What made me sleep through the 12 hours??  No doubt I woke up once to answer nature call, that was considered a long sleep throughout the night, taking into consideration I slept before 11pm.  That means I had a good 12 hours sleep more or less... LOL....So guilty!

Supposed to go the market this morning but no point going, all the meat will be taken up by the time I get ready.  Postpone till tomorrow and this time I better put on the alarm to wake me up at 7am.  I am planning to go earlier to beat the crowd... seriously!  Don't have any greens in my fridge except for a cabbage and cucumber and eggplant.  Furthermore, I did not drive out for two whole days already!  Thank God, my area market is a very mini one and less than 5 minutes drive only, I have to go out and get a change of scene.  

Food for today.... 
Steamed chicken, leftover braised pork.... and radish soup....
Added in one carrot to make up for the greens.... 
To pass time besides being a potato couch, 
I gave all these fellas a good CLEAN-UP... 
They whirled and whirled in the machine....
And all of them came out cleaned and fragrant!

Comments

  1. Lolol!! This aunty is so funny to send the Pooh Bear toys for a good washing! They look very clean and sleep 12 hours with you tonight...

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  2. I also plan to go to wet market tomorrow. To buy meat. Today, no people selling pork, off day for the sellers.

    How I wish I could sleep 12 hours straight. Lol.

    Wow. So many Pooh!! Your girl's?

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  3. I think we will all end up with very neat and clean house by the end of this hah..hah...

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  4. I didn't know that those soft toys can be washed.

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  5. Wow! that's a lot of food for one person.

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  6. Your Winnie The Poohs look brand new! I always like hearing from you, that you are well!

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  7. Your cooking has improved by leaps and bounds, not like long ago when your late mum was still around. Necessity is the mother of success, eh?

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  8. The pooh bears are cute and you washed them so clean and arranged them so neatly.

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