There were 14 of us at the reunion dinner... this year, no parents-in-law, both of them passed away last year, nevertheless, a reunion still have to take place somehow. This year, 3 families joined up at the East Ocean Restaurant, for the first time, not cooking at home.
We felt the change... no elderly people this time and I could sense my sister-in-law shedding some tears during the dinner.. it was different somehow... anyway, at least all of us were there, regardless of the expensive food package....
Thursday, February 3, 2011
United In Reunion
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When you said your in-laws were coming, I assumed your mother and father in-law. I did not know they had passed on. So sorry to hear that!! But it does look like fun and the food looks wonderful!!! What are those puffy round white cake thingys in the last picture? Are they filled with something?ReplyDelete
No wonder no hassle. Reunion in restaurant. Here, all restaurants closed...can buy to take home but must collect around lunchtime - cold already, not nice anymore.ReplyDelete
Yes, RM598 is a bit costly but it is worth paying since all the three families can save the hassle of cooking... Happy New Year, Claire.ReplyDelete
Happy CNY to you and family!! : )ReplyDelete
Somewhow this year, I dun feel like dining in Chinese restaurants! I feel the food are boring and expensive! Rather go for Thai, Jap or Western! Haha!ReplyDelete
sorry claire, i had misunderstood abt your in laws on your previous posts. Anyhow, here wishing you and your family a very happy chinese new year and gong xi fa cai!!ReplyDelete
After the lohsung all will be sung sung mung mung..hehe ~;).ReplyDelete
Looking 兔tù-wards 兔tù-day 兔tù-morrow and 兔tù-getherness forever.ReplyDelete
兔tù-begin with good health & wealth
Wishing You & family A Hopping, Happy & Prosperous Rabbit 兔tù Year
Ops....when I read your post,only that I know both of your in-laws have passed away.ReplyDelete
Anyway..it is worthy to spend for that delicious reunion dinner....once a year.
hello frens..sorry for not being able to answer one by one.. very busy.. whole day.. now midnight but still cooking for tomorrow hoi leen.. gosh!ReplyDelete
Aloha from HonoluluReplyDelete
Gung Hee Fat Choy!
Good Luck in the
Year of the Golden Rabbit!
yeah, things just have to move on.. the RM598 set is quite worth it given you have fish prawns and suckling pigs and yee sang.. :)ReplyDelete
Happy New Year ...fren.ReplyDelete