As usual we started this particular day with our early morning walk at the recreational park in our area.
Sometimes I feel like taking some pictures after the walking rounds.
I usually walk 4 rounds around the lake.
Most of us will walk but there are some who jogs.
When we are early, the walking path will not be so crowded. As you can see, the walking path is not wide and sometimes, we need to overtake those who are walking on a slower pace. Most are considerate and will make way for those who are faster.
I took a picture of these weeds found along the path.
These tiny flowers, seeds and leaves look something like those of the Cleome Spider plants growing in my garden.
This is the Cleome flower.
I harvested these Okra or ladies fingers from my garden. The easiest way is to blanch or steam them and drizzle with some garlic or onion oil. And add some oyster sauce or soy sauce to taste.
For lunch, I cut a big papaya for hubby and I. When I cut the papaya, I found this white thing inside the papaya. It looks like a tiny white papaya and it is hard.
I remembered these Green Chrysanthemum Buds which my friend gave me.
Took some of the buds and pour hot boiling water over it to make tea.
I let it steep in the glass teapot for a few minutes.
Just enough for 2 mugs. We drank it plain by itself without adding any sugar. Nice to drink on a warm day while visiting blogs.
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The following photos are for joining Good Fences.
These were taken in Cameron Highlands.
Photo #1 - Can roadside guard rail be consider as fence?
Photo #2 - can you see the green fence and the tiny insect on the flower?
Photo #3 - Lady Slipper Vine flowers (Thunbergia myosrensis) and fence.
Linking to Good Fences.
Take care to live in me, and let me live in you.
For a branch can't produce fruit when severed from the vine.
Nor can you be fruitful apart from me.
(John 15:4, The Living Bible-TLB)