Made a quite spontaneous trip to Nilai this afternoon… Caryn wanted to see Christina before she went off for practicum in Tapah and Kulim. And we planned to go by train a.k.a. KTM, have lunch with her and come back. Because the return journey may take up to 4 hours, she planned to set out at 10 sth in the morning…
My moral dilemma (next time can show Dr Visha this example hahah): Should I do my assignments or escape?
Thank God bb said he could fetch us and we drove all the way there. Less than 1 hour journey!! Yeay~!! Thanks dear… you make OUR day! :D
And so we met up with her and had lunch together… d^^b Sempat fooled around with Chris’ nurse hat. ^^
Then tonight we’ve got no cell group… We’re again the Fantastic Four with Christina’s absence, Audrey has a test tomoro, Lucas in Taiwan… But there’s a great speaker in church, Rev David Wu who came all the way from US. Oh my, his anointing of prophecy and vision was oh-so-amazing… Not my first time listening to him, but the awe was still as intense… But he was right in saying that it’s not him who speaks or heals, but the True and Living God!
And He’s gonna exalt us from faith to faith, from glory to glory! Just what I needed! Sowed a seed not long ago and watched it grow a lil’ bit. But now the growth seems to have stunted and if left unattended it might just wither… I dont know what to do sometimes… and the best way now seems to be but pray, until SOMETHING happens!
Lord I praise Your Name!
Tomorrow night there’s another session on 2010 Prophecies. I’m looking forward to hearing what God has installed for us this year! ^^
After service we went to our usual SS2 supper spot. But tonight Caryn seemed to mengidam tong-sui… but I needed real food… so we had moral dilemma again… haha… Then Dr Visha’s strategy of compromise became useful. Eat real food 1st then eat tong sui. We really ate twice!!
We thought the name sounded a bit
gay funny. Haha. I suppose the owner is a young guy. Anyway, the choices are like so many until you get tired of picking what you want to eat!
What Caryn ordered: Bean Curd with Fruits. RM5.00. She was like hesitating between A and B and finally chose C. Not bad… but it’s a bit too common for me. Haha. By the way Caryn, it’s really tauhufah la, not tofu!!
BB’s Durian Ice. RM6.50. The whole thing tastes like durian and durian and nothing else. I thought he’s gonna get sick of it after a while… He didn’t. He was crazily in love with it until the last sip! ==
Jong and I shared a Walnut Sweet Soup + Sweet Rice Balls… I thought I took a picture of it but I couldn’t find it in the folder. Anyway, there you can see it, it’s brownish and thick and tastes like walnut!! Not bad for RM7.00 but I still think we should have ordered Peanut Sweet Soup.
For my dearest non-Chinese friends, we call the sweet rice balls ‘Tang-Yuan’ in Chinese. We always eat this in a festival in Dec… Not sure of the name of the festival but some calls it Winter Solstice. Represents reunion in the family. And some ppl say you have to eat this according to your age, meaning if you’re 23, then makan-lah 23 biji. If you’re 80 and don know how to swallow, errr….
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