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Friday, 17 April 2020

Sunset On 30th Day MCO

Our Thursday's meals were simple ones. There was no lovely sunrise that morning after the previous night's heavy downpour.
 My purple Periwinkle bush
 My cassava or tapioca plants in front of my house.
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We had buns given by a friend with hot milo and coca drinks for breakfast.
For lunch, we had homemade steamed minced pork buns.
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Dinner
 We had homecooked stewed duck, leftover fried chicken wings, angled loofah and steamed rice for our dinner.
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Even though I didn't have any sunrise shots, I managed to capture some sunset shots that evening.
 Sunset at 5:25 pm
 5:26 pm
 5:26:22 pm
 5:27 pm
My house faces north and this was taken at 5:27:28 pm.


How constantly I find myself upon the verge of sin;
this source of sorrow always stares me in the face.
(Psalm 38:17, The Living Bible-TLB)

68 comments:

  1. With the 3rd MCO movement, we are really used to staying at home whole day now...

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    1. I don't mind staying at home the whole day but I do miss my early morning walk at the park.

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  2. Your sunsets look divine dear Nancy <3 Wishing you a pleasant weekend.

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    1. Thank you, Riitta. Have a pleasant weekend too.

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  3. Hello Nancy, your sky shots are beautiful. Love the pretty blooms.
    Enjoy your day, wishing you a great weekend!

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    1. Thank you, Eileen. Have a great weekend too.

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  4. Your periwinkles are very pretty. They remind me of the kindergarten that I attended when I was a child. There were lots of periwinkles grown there though they were the light pink ones.

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  5. What a nice post 😊 thanks for your sharing 😊

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  6. Lovely photos! I love all of them )))

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  7. ...I've never seen a tapioca plant before. 5:26 pm was a magical moment, take care Nancy.

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  8. Fried Chicken!!! Those skies look dramatic and calming Nancy! Love them!

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  9. You may have not seen a pretty sunrise, but that sunset more than makes up for it! Beautiful shots..

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  10. I am salivating at your loofah dish for dinner cos I love to eat loofah. Do you eat the tapioca young leaves? I heard some people do eat them.

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    1. I too have heard that the young tapioca leaves can be eaten but I haven't tried. Maybe I will pluck some to try one of these days.

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  11. As always tasty looking food. Loved seeing the beautiful sunset shots.

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  12. Great food, great skies, and a great Psalm.
    Stay safe!!

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  13. Wow beautiful sunset! I love what you had for dinner.

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  14. The tapioca plant looks healthy. The only kind of tapioca I know is the kind we used to be served for school lunch, round pearl grain cooked in milk similar to rice pudding made the same way. Some folk like it and others not. Tasty looking food and beautiful skies.

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  15. Such beautiful sunsets Nancy. Keep safe my friend.

    Cruisin Paul

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  16. Gorgeous sunset photos. The sky colors are terrific!

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  17. Your food looks delicious. And the sunset is beautiful.

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  18. Oh my on the food. Delicious. I'm glad you're eating well. We are too.

    Have a fabulous day and weekend, Nancy. Big hug. ♥

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    1. Thank you, Sandee. Eat well to stay healthy.

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  19. Beautiful pictures! Wow, that sunset <3 I found your blog and now I follow it. Greentings from Finland <3 Wellcome to my blog- https:ruusu-unelmia.fi

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  20. You live in the really beautiful place! Great picture!:)

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  21. I have never seen purple periwinkle. There is only blue here. Is the tapioca plant the same kind you eat? What part do you use??

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    1. We have periwinkles of various colours. We usually eat the tapioca tubers.

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  22. Bonitas fotos del atardecer. Besos.

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  23. Lovely meals and sunset photos, Nancy xx Stay safe over there. God bless.

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    1. Thank you, Sharon. God bless you too and stay safe.

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  24. Fantastic sunset shots and pretty after shower purple periwinkle !

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  25. Crispy fried chicken wings are one of my favourite foods. I can't wait to get home to go to my favourite Shinglemill Pub at the lake for wing night. - Margy

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    1. Thank you, dear. We are all hoping to visit our favourite eatery.

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  26. Your pictures make me hungry, and i long for a pretty sunset. We have beautiful clouds today, a pearly day, and that is pretty, too.

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  27. You are so lucky to be able to go out during these days T_T I miss my favourite spots so much! ❤

    Blog de la Licorne * Instagram * We♥It

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    1. Thank you, Rose. Yes, we still get to enjoy some of our favourite food.

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  28. That looks like a very good dinner indeed.

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