Friday, June 20, 2014

Notes of the week

Another week! And a long week too. A whirl of activities.

I am still grappling with fatigue after what had happened. Hubby was discharged from hospital on Monday afternoon. So that evening, I cooked some Foochow mee sua for hubby as "makan selamat". And of course, I get him to bathe using the big basin with few pamelo leaves. To get rid of the "bad luck".


Were very busy on Tuesday and Wednesday. Driving up and down around under the scorching sun. I were driving hubby around to do his police report, get new driving license, shop for new phone, broadband and wallet, and sort out his car insurance etc.

And the house is still in a mess. I haven't had the time to unpack our bags as well as the kids' sleepover bags, laundry is still not folded and put away and I haven't done my house chore.  You can imagine the mess, right? Some more, kids are schooling this week. The living room is full of stuff, either in boxes or bags; or laying on the floor. Sigh!!

It has been scorching hot this week in Sibu. Warm through out the day and it continued to evening. Hard not to stay indoor with air-condition system switched on. But time really flies fast without we realising that June is almost at its end.

And I noticed that some trees in Sibu are shedding leaves. I think soon it will be the flowers blooming season where beautiful pink and white Sakura-like flowers clouding the town of Sibu. And guess what?? It is going to be a year since we moved here!

Of course we missed Kuching once a while. And just last week, few of my friends posted the famous cotton tree in Padang Merdeka. It bears cotton on its tree. I didn't get the chance to see it last week while I were there as holiday was cut short. The last time I saw it bore the white fluffy cotton was when my girl was 1 year old plus. Love this tree when it bore cotton and wind blew the cotton around the green field, like snow falling on the grass.

Picture from a friend's fb page


7 comments:

Princess Ribbon said...

I'm still traumatized by G's incidents, but am now getting over it.. Your mee sua looks good.. I see an egg in there.. I love eggs, haha.. Oohh, I understand when you talk about the mess in the house, driving around, etc.. I have mild OCD, so I totally can relate.. If me, I think I go crazy liao, hehe..

suituapui said...

Slowly, slowly...one thing at a time. Hope all will settle down soon and life will go back to normal. Too bad you had to miss the dinner at Payung the other night - post on that on Monday.

Somewhere in Singapore said...

How's your hubby?

The mee sua looks good...

Sharon D said...

I can imagine, with so many things happening at the same time. It will be better soon, Rose :)

mun said...

Do take rests now and then ok? Can imagine all the things you need to do and have done. Really super woman.

mun said...

Cotton plants? I am curious to see them.

Hayley said...

Weather is extremely hot here as well, but luckily it's Friday today, happy weekend to you!!