I started thinking through and planning my schedule for the things that have kept me feeling exhilarated all these while. I wonder why time passes so umizoomi-fast?
Any 感言 as a SAHM for the past year? I probed myself.
I probably need 3 Leibniz biscuits, a square of 78% Frey extra dark bittersweet chocolate, a 消魂 pan, a cup of Nescafe 3-in-1 intense premix coffee, a bowl of art-in-Yang's-yoghurt, a playlist of Tanya Chua's songs, some Xiaohan lyrics... (the list goes on) before I could collect my thoughts. Just back from a workout, I don't think I wanna gain back the burnt calories from overfeeding with my favourite things.
I closed my eyes and focused on breathing. Hm... guess Lefty Yang's Home page sums it all up.
I casually asked the stall holder of the operating days/hours as she packed two puffs for me - sardine for Yang, curry for Kirin, some crust from each for 小雨 (Haa poor little Cinderella). It's Killiney Curry Puff, closed on Mondays (and most likely Public holidays). Kirin bought me the curry one the other day and I liked it. So I thought I'll give the sardine one a try today. It was a tad spicy but yumz!
So Yang did some googling and learnt that Earth bulges at the Equator where gravity is weaker than at the poles. But from the Earth's gravity measured by NASA's GRACE mission, it does seem to be strong in areas around Singapore and Indonesia.
Perhaps that could be a scientific reason why people staying in areas of stronger gravity are generally more... down-to-earth, literally? (⌒▽⌒)
"Today?" 小雨 asked, with her pair of hush puppy eyes, then went on to exclaim: "Friday!"
( ´ ▽ ` )ﾉ These days, my little girl got more curious with the weighing scale. She has learnt to detach her hands from the wall for an accurate reading.
Somehow I didn't feel like doing art-in-Yang's-yoghurt tonight but still greedy to enjoy a bowl of it. I fished out a biscuit from 小雨's Leibniz Zoo pack as a final "touch-up".