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Blessings From Aberdeen, Scotland

Aaron flew to Aberdeen on the 19th October, 2014 and he was supposed to work there for ten days...
 
During his seven days in Aberdeen, I was not worried about him at all... I know that he would be well taken care of in a way especially after office hours.  I am so thankful to Steven and Mary Moh who are residing in Aberdeen for welcoming Aaron into their home, he knows he will get to taste special food in their home!
Such a heart warming gathering....
With all the glorious dishes...... 
and all the desserts prepared by Mary.... 
Isn't Aaron Blessed!
Aaron told me that he had a wonderful time with the Moh-s and knowing new friends there...
On his last day in Aberdeen, he was invited to give a sharing in church....
It is indeed an honour and a blessing to share... 
The church is very blessed by this lovely couple...
Thank you, Mr & Mrs Moh...
For "taking care" of Aaron and your "goodies!"
God Bless Both of You...

Coming back to Aaron's trip, he was supposed to be there from 19.10.2014 till 28.10.2014.  But upon arriving in Aberdeen, his boss called him to cut short his trip by three days.  I believe it is God's timing .... if he flew back on the 28th October, he would not be able to make it to my mom's funeral... He gave an eulogy to his grandma, he has lots of fond memories of her at a very young age.....


Comments

  1. wow, scotland! must be freezingly cold there!

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    1. Heard it was below 20degrees.. should be alright for you boys...

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  2. It's a blessing to know Mr & Mrs Moh ya, hehe...

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  3. So next will be Aaron visiting Mr & Mrs Wee in Sibu? wink wink...

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  4. Yes, Steven and Mary are such wonderful people. So nice and friendly and easy to get along with. Wonder when they will come back to Sibu.

    Aberdeen is so beautiful. In fact, they say all of Scotland is beautiful...but the mere thought of flying long haul puts me off already.

    Sure, sure, Sharon. Everybody is welcome to visit us here in Sibu, anytime.

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    1. Yes, only the flight seems to turn us off.. but upon landing, it is really worth the trip...

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  5. What a lovely couple, Mr & Mrs Moh. Aaron is blessed to get to taste the glorious food & desserts prepared by Mrs. Moh.

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  6. Nice! Not many people can boast that they have been to Aberdeen before. It is quite out of the way from the more popular south and west side of Scotland. I hope Aaron had a taste of haggis and lots of whiskey though :D

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  7. PTL that he was back in time for the funeral.

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  8. How far away are you from Aberdeen? We have a restaurant called "The Aberdeen Barn". Looks like he had a wonderful time, he is lucky to have such a job that sends him to places like this, and he does not even have to pay! I hope you are doing well, Claire.

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    1. It is around 16 hours.. or so... but it is worth the trip there..

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  9. Very nice of the Moh-s, lovely family, nice food, like welcoming a VIP..

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  10. lucky Aaron to be able to go to Aberdeen and then being invited for a home dinner with lots of nice food and desserts!! what a hospitality from the Moh's.. and yes, it all came like fated and blessed that he has shortened his trip by 3 days..

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  11. Wow ... such a nice couple and Aaron do have the Holy Spirit guiding him all along.

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  12. It's sure lucky the Moh are there to help look after Aaron. Yea...though he grown up already...as a mother you will still worry. Traveling like chinese saying "Chutt kai kau pang yau" (go out depend on friend)

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  13. Good experience for him to work there and he is fortunate to have good friends take care of him.

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  14. Oh wow, your son went to Mary's home? How cool! Makes me wanna go there too. Lol!
    Hello Mary, in case you're reading this! Been a long while since we last chatted. Hope you're well!

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  15. Shirley, I hope she reads this too... :)

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