Wednesday, April 18, 2018

On our own

It was the weekend after Easter and a rare weekend where not everyone was around.

Jan had her youth camp and sleepover in school sponsored by emart supermarket. 3 days 2 nights of activities in her school compound for all Primary 6 students.


Hubby had a booth in Army Camp in Penrissen that weekend as well.


So on Saturday, I was left with the boys to our own devices. Luckily there was a charity bazaar to attend to that morning otherwise we would be staying indoor that day. We bought RM100 vouchers from our church few weeks ago. 


We went there very early before its intended time ie 8am. And oh my, everyone had the same thought as mine. The Christian Ecumenical Worship Centre in Stampin was packed before 8am. Luckily I managed to find a good parking without driving around. 





Without much delay, we walked to the hall and spent up all our RM100 before more people coming in. 


Our breakfast and lunch were all settled that morning. ;)


As for dinner, I made a simple pasta. Just me and my boys, so not going to cook much since we couldn't finish it all by ourselves. Didn't feel like having rice for dinner so Angel hair with sausages that evening.


As on Sunday, we didn't go to church as we needed to pick Jan at 12 from her school.  Instead, I went for the morning walk with my boys (and man).

Weather was nice for laundry so we spent our Sunday at home. 

16 comments:

suituapui said...

Ooooo...I see kacang ma!!! I've kacang ma in my blogpost today too. Hmmmm...you and your boys. I thought you and your darling, can have honeymoon. LOL!!!

suituapui said...

...and I've pasta too!!! What a coincidence!

Twilight Man said...

I love that plant in the glass. This will be my hobby soon to grow small gardens in a glass bowl.
What did your hubby trade in his booth at the Army? Just curious.

Rose World said...

He is a banker. ;)

lina said...

How nice of you to buy RM100 from your church to spend.

Somewhere in Singapore said...

From PH there, then at STP, now you blog about pasta, makes me crave for it, hehe...

mun said...

looks like you bought a lot of food from the charity bazaar.

reana claire said...

I like angel hair spaghetti too.. easier to cook and finer..

stevevhan said...

Your boy would surely love and remember his camp! he would surely learn a lot! and thhhhaaaat pasta! I would want to make and try that one too!

Shirley Tay said...

I'm sure your kid went gaga over the sausage pasta! Yum! xoxo

Merryn said...

That is very nice of you to buy RM100 worth of vouchers from your church. Hearty meals for lunch and dinner from the bazaar for you and the boys.

Nancy Chan said...

Lots of nice food from the bazaar. I like your dinner and I am sure your boys love it.

Emily Tang said...

what a lovely weekend spending with family :D

Libby said...

So interesting to visit the charity bazaar, food is definitely the main focus

Sharon D said...

I miss activities like these. Ever since I moved to KL, I have become less involved with the church ..although I used to be crazy active before. Haha!

Sherry Saw said...

so fun activities at school. here outstation trip and it is costly.
To SG by bus RM900 almost, to Sabah RM1400.
So far not allow give to go