Friday, 16 December 2022

A Surprise Gift From An Unknown Person

Glad that we could go for our walking exercise on this particular morning. We have been skipping morning walk because it has been raining or drizzling most mornings.

I am sharing this morning sky from June, 2022.
These days, most of the morning sky are gloomy.
Garlic vine flowers by the roadside on our morning walk.
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We had breakfast at Restoran Double Three, Menglembu new township.
Hubby ordered dry curry noodle with 2 fried dumplings and... 
3 pieces of fried fish cakes in clear soup.
I ordered toast with butter and kaya.
Breakfast for 2 people.
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Later in the morning, I received a call from an unlisted caller. It was from a florist making a delivery and was waiting outside our house. Hubby went out to attend to the person.
A few minutes later, hubby came into the house with the above. We checked the card and instead of a name, it was written as "Guess ???". Who could it be? It took a while for hubby to guess. The sender is a friend who has settled down overseas and wanted to spring a surprise on us. Thank you, friend for your lovely gift.
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We had a lunch appointment with a friend who was back from Kuala Lumpur for a 2 weeks holidays. We went to a food court near her house.
I ordered a pot of briyani rice to share with hubby.
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After a heavy lunch, we only wanted something light for dinner.
Hubby and I shared this big plate of blanched beansprouts with scrambled eggs, drizzled with garlic oil, oyster and soy sauce.

Linking to Skywatch Friday.

And I pray that as you share your faith with others
it will grip their lives too,
as they see the wealth of good things in you
that come from Christ Jesus.
(Philemon 1:6, The Living Bible-TLB)

41 comments:

  1. The garlic flowers are gorgeous. They look like the rarest cultivated orchids.

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    1. Thank you, Ginny. I agree with you about the flowers.

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  2. Wahhhh!!! So nice of your friend to send the bouquet!!! I wouldn't mind this kind of surprises! I just found out - our curry mee here is over RM20.00 a bowl. At that price, I would rather not eat, never mind how nice it looks or how good people say it is. I am not all that fond of anything spicy in the early morning , anyway.

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    1. Over here, the price of curry mee ranges from RM6.50 to RM15.00 or more depending which place you go to.

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  3. The food and the sky are both great

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  4. What a lovely gift! I thought it was from a secret admirer LOL! The pot of biryani rice looks very inviting.

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    1. Haha..not secret admirer because addressed to both of us. We did enjoy the biryani rice.

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  5. What a lovely surprise with those beautiful roses, so kind of your friend. And your food looks wonderful, and I am hungry....hugs, Valerie

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    1. Thank you, Valerie. Hugs. Stay warm and stay sate.

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  6. An elegant and sweet bouquet! Luckily not from an ex? Haha.

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    1. Ha ha...from a dear friend who just want to spring a surprise on us.

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  7. I am very fond of biryani and it comes in so many different versions. Always lovely to receive flowers from a friend, especially when they are a complete surprise.

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  8. Such a lovely gift! Both breakfast and lunch are so tasty.

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  9. ...what a lovely surprise.

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  10. What a thoughtful friend! I love flowers, too.

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  11. Oh the food. The food really looks fabulous today. You made my stomach growl.

    Have a fabulous day and weekend, Nancy. ♥

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  12. I love your big sky opening up the post. And again, you eat the best food shown on the blogosphere. I love your Bible verse today.
    Oh, almost forgot. What a great friend you and your husband have to send such a thoughtful gift.
    Enjoy your weekend.

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  13. 🐰 𝓗𝓲, 𝓝π“ͺ𝓷𝓬𝔂!
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    πŸŸͺ Must grow Garlic vine for Gardening Lovers
    https://youtu.be/o8kCXa4VcxM

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  14. I like the pink roses
    Coffee is on and stay safe

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  15. Lindas flores, te deseo un buen fin de semana. https://enamoradadelasletras.blogspot.com/

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  16. Hubby and I were on curry mee hunting when we were in KL. Can't find such curry mee in Sarawak so we tasted few while we were in KL last week.

    Wow. That one big portion of taugeh for you both.

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    1. Hope you and your hubby get to enjoy some delicious curry mee in KL.

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  17. Thank you Nancy. All the food in your this post looks so tasty. The pink roses are so lovely. Are you going to press them or to dry them for decorations?

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    1. Thank you, Mun. No, I placed them in a vase and kept them until they wilted.

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