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My Daily Job

NOTHING MUCH...  Just another day confined at home, reading all the "sad" messages forwarding in.  

Someone asked, "What do you do nowadays?" Answer was, "I am in the import and export line.... each day I receive messages and forward them out after that." 

That is not my created joke, I read it some time ago and I was thinking, "hey, that is me, alright!"  Indeed that is how I spend my time each day, reading frustrating, sad, horrific, hilarious messages besides eating, daily chores, cooking and watching Netflix.  This is called MY working at home and not working from home... LOL... 

And now back to my dinner... these are my cooking done on one of the EMCO days...  

Hidden beneath the tomatoes.... 
Black Pomfret....
And I opened a small can of these...
With only two mushrooms and two mini-sized abalones..
And chicken herbal soup.... 
One of those hardworking days!

Comments

  1. Simple homey cooking. Life does seemed meaningful lately with the MCO, cases increasing every day. Better be safe than sorry. We are having MCO in Sarawak starting tomorrow.

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  2. What a delicious meal! I want the sweet & sour pomfret. Ya lor...these days all sorts of news on the pandemic, some I dare not forward because dunno true or not.

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  3. Love the look of your chicken herbal soup. Gosh!!! That drumstick is HUGE!!! Drool! Drool!!! Pomfret? I've a post on that in my blog, coming soon! Do hop over, ok? Wink! Wink!

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  4. Wah, why your home cooked meals are so luxurious! Got abalone! I love tomatoes dishes! Yum yum yummy!

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  5. I sure hope things start getting better there soon!! But so glad you are keeping safe!

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  6. Wow! Got abalone, got fish (pomfret), I want! In SG, garmen going to announce on Monday if there is further restrictions to the current partial lockdown (Phase 2 HA).

    LOL at your import and export line and working at home not working from home.

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