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Monday, 27 April 2020

Online Sunday Worship Service On 40th Day MCO

We had thunderstorm for the past few days. When we woke up yesterday morning, it was still drizzling since the previous night. Yesterday was the 6th Sunday that we logged on to online Sunday worship service. First thing in the morning, I went out to look for the sunrise.
Sunrise at 6:58 am.
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From my garden.
Sea Hibiscus plant drenched with rain droplets.
This sea hibiscus is not in full bloom yet.
Sea hibiscus buds.
Sunrise at 7:18 am
Kledang Hill on the opposite side (west) at 7:35 am.
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Breakfast
A friend gave the Chinese cruller and glutinous rice doughnut which we added to our pan fried bacon and burger for breakfast. Hubby bought black coffee from our regular coffee shop to fix our craving for coffee.
Round purple eggplants from my garden.
I cut 2 big fresh pears for our lunch.
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Simple dinner.
I kept a big portion of the stewed chicken feet that I cooked the previous day in the fridge. I took it out, re-heated it for dinner. A dish completed with meat and veggie (Chinese cabbage).
This simple 1 dish dinner is sufficient to meet our need.

I eagerly expect and hope that I will in no way be ashamed,
but will have sufficient courage so that now as always
Christ will be exalted in my body,
whether by life or by death.
(Philippians 1:20, New International Version-NIV)

50 comments:

  1. The Sea Hibiscus is beautiful, and you captured birds in flight!

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  2. Hibiscus is beautiful! Food looks delisious! Have a nice week!

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  3. Food looks so yummy! Have a wonderful week ahead, Nancy.

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  4. Beautiful pictures of the sea hibiscus.

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  5. I enjoy this kind of weather. Rain makes me happy!
    Beautiful photo gallery!

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  6. We too are listening to our Church service on line. Beautiful pictures of the sea hibiscus. So much tasty looking food. Take care.

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    1. Thank you, Mamas. Take care and stay safe.

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  7. Cool photos! The flower is cute!!!!

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  8. Another great report from the trip and as always, what I am waiting for is always these wonderfully delicious meals, I wanted to eat ... :))
    Greetings!

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  9. Hello! great entry. I hope I understood everything well, because my language is Polish: D I think you have a really great blog full of passion! Pictures are great too :) best regards from Poland!

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  10. Your Sea Hibiscus is lovely. Chinese cruller and glutinous rice doughnut is a nice addition to bacon and burger in place of bread.

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  11. The hibiscus is beautiful! Love seeing your flowers and garden plants.

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  12. hibiscus flowers look so beautiful

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  13. The stewed dish is so delicious with the wong nga pak vegetables soaking up all the gravy and the mushrooms which I love to eat. I would not be able to eat pan fried bacon and burger without bread to go with them. Did you both eat bread to go with them or just the deep fried you tiao and kap chung?

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    1. We planned to eat fried bacon and burger with bread but change our mind when a friend gave the you tiao and kap chung to us.

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  14. Online church is a good thing. I'm happy everyone can still worship.

    Love all the food. Always do.

    Have a fabulous day and week, Nancy. ♥

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  15. You really do have such a nice garden, growing in pots. I like those eggplants.

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  16. This is my first time seeing a pretty sea hibiscus. It doesn't look like the common red ones.

    This MCO period made me realize that one could do prayers anywhere with their righteous hearts. God is everywhere.

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  17. Thats so cool you can grow an eggplant ! I wish I could do same

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  18. In Poland we have a terrible drought and we are waiting for the rain. Beautiful flowers!

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    1. Thank you. Hope the drought will soon be over.

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  19. Your posts always cheer me up!

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  20. Is it tau sau inside the doughnut?

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    1. Its soft glutinous rice. Here we call it "kup chung".

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  21. ...the Sea Hibiscus is one of my Maui favorites.

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