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Wednesday, 3 April 2019

Home Grown Veggie & Left Over Duck With Yam For Dinner.

Lately, we are getting more rain and the weather is much cooler. The air conditioners can take a rest as it is enough to rely on the fan for us to sleep comfortably at night.
Sunrise at 7:00 am.
Morning sky at 10:45 am
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I had a very relaxed day and I took out my patchwork project which has been neglected for a long time. I collected all the bits and pieces of left over cloth, cut and sewed them together to make blankets for my family.
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For dinner, I had some left over chicken with yam from the previous day's dinner. So I only need to add a plate of veggie.
I blanched broccoli which I bought from the supermarket, some okra and long beans from my own garden. Served the veggie with garlic oil and light soy sauce.
Reheated chicken stewed with taro or yam.
Yellow and green croton plants when placed in semi shade.
The leaves turned more yellow when exposed to more sunlight.
One of my Begonia plants.
Found this fluffy feather on an eggplant leaf.


Whoever dwells in the shelter of the Most High
will rest in the shadow of the Almighty.
I will say of the LORD, "He is my refuge and my fortress,
my God, in whom I trust."
Surely he will save you from the fowler's snare
and from the deadly pestilence.
He will cover you with his feathers,
and under his wings you will find refuge;
his faithfulness will be your shield and rampart.
(Psalm 91:1-4, New International Version-NIV)

44 comments:

  1. I want to see the blanket you made!

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    1. Thank you, Ginny. No nice pattern to show because its just patching whatever pieces of remnants together. But it makes a comfortable blanket for me.

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  2. Beautiful sunrise :) your plants are amazing :)

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  3. I look forward to the day when I can eat homegrown veggies again.

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    1. Homegrown veggies are fresher and tastier.

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  4. Great photos! The first shot is really great.

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  5. beautiful crotons . Hahaha... i cannot plant begonia. THey always go to plant heaven

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    1. Thank you, Small Kucing. Some of my begonia also went to plant heaven. Lol!

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  6. I love this psalm, read it quite often ☺

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  7. Recently tend to rain more because it is near the qing ming (tomb sweeping) period

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  8. ...crotons are a favorite group of plants, they come in so many colors.

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  9. My mum loves croton plants and I remember that the colors are loud and gaudy LOL! But they are quite hardy and decorative. Now I remember, it is called as "pokok puding" back in Terengganu.

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    1. Hubby bought some croton plants to brighten up the garden but only the common ones are hardy, the rest said bye bye and gone!

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  10. Hello, we are having some rain too. Pretty skies. I love the plants. Enjoy your day!

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  11. Any photos of your patch work project?

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    1. There is no nice design because I just patch what I can get from odds and ends. But I like to use it as blanket.

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  12. Good to have more rain lately. Such cooling effect.

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  13. You have a wonderful green thumb.

    Your dinner looks fabulous.

    Have a fabulous day, Nancy. ♥

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  14. I finally got into your blog. When I linked into you today, Google+ was there not you Nancy but I eventually found you. Nice yellow flowers just like my Camero. See ya.

    Cruisin Paul

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    1. I am glad you found my blog. So nice to have you back. Thank you and have a great day.

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  15. Begonias! That's a word i've always liked, and a plant i think is pretty, too.

    Enjoy the rain and cooler air!

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  16. The yellow green crotons are pretty an eye treat and beautiful sky shots! Happy cool days

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  17. I'm so glad you linked up at My Corner of the World!

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  18. That plant looks so different. I like the first one with green atop yellow, but guess would have to keep moving the plant to get the same effect.

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    1. Yes, sunlight plays a big part in how the colours of the leaves of some plants.

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