It’s Friday and we absolutely loved it! Now that Ken is having his hols, we can really hang out together more. Today, we checked into the Tays for most of the day.

This is the dreaded T – Green line (train) that we are at the mercy of. It is so old that it breaks down every now and then and it doesn’t come on time. Sometimes, jogging is faster than taking a T.

S has asked me to bake log cakes for the leaders in PSIF and I thought it would be a good chance to learn from her. Remember, mine failed twice? I was disheartened of course but it’s always good to NEVER GIVE UP!

There were food trucks near their place and how convenient! I thought the concept was rather cool; how nice if we could have more food trucks back home or maybe own one? Kekekkeek…



After lunch, we got down to business. We baked 9 small log cakes altogether and I had my hands on them too. It was successful! The sponge cake was soft and the rolling was good too! OK, I was encouraged! The hubs, while we were baking, had been sitting quietly at a corner, reading his newly acquired book which he devoured in a matter of hours. The real fun for him came when KK came back with a new board game (co’s gift to him) and then a game of WII for the 3 of them. As usual, I’m not good with computer games. In fact, I don’t play computer games. But I’m contented with watching them play.

We proceeded to the Kah’s to watch the film ‘The Ultimate Gift‘ at their cool movie theatre at the condo. It was really heart-warming and I really ought to do some reflections soon.

“Love is a treasure for which we can never pay. The only way we keep it is to give it away”
The gift of love.