Just in case you were wondering where I am, I am still here lah. Where else, right? Just not so active lately due to some personal/office matters.
Anyway, just to keep my blog active, I shall share some stuff with you.
Last Saturday I was at the office and during my lunch break, I went up to The Starling to kepoh2. Ah! The cinema sudah open! MBO is no more and has been bought over by GSC. Thank you GSC!
I recall the many happy times I had at the former MBO theatre and I long to watch movies again. But not so soon though. Showtimes are quite limited anyway at the moment.
Tang Room was doing roaring business and from the looks of it, full house that day. My partner and I vowed never to return after the case of the microscopic chicken. That was 4 years ago and this place is still kicking. I guess there are many people with deeper pockets than us. Hah!
It is a good sign. I remember how deathly quiet it was when the MCO was implemented for the first time in 2020.
It was the K-Fry Ultimate Dosirak which I had some months ago. Still very nice and it was the only meal I had that day.
I am back on the chap fan trail. I am not in the mood to cook. I admit I am somewhat depressed due to my dad's medical condition.
When your parents grow old and one or both are ill, it is sad. I grew up thinking my parents would stay well and live forever. In my head, they were always strong and they were the people who were in charge. I thought they would stay that way. Forever.
When my dad first got sick, that control shifted somewhat and for the first time in my life, I had to take charge. When my mum asked me for my opinion on something at the hospital, it felt weird because she was always the one who called the shots. That is the turning point when you realize that you have grown up.
I don't know if any of you experienced the same thing or you are fortunate enough to have healthy parents and not go through seeing their decline.
My mum is still strong and healthy (praise God!) and I am grateful to her for her commitment and dedication in nursing my dad. She is still very much the strong one (stronger that I am), single handedly taking on the role of sole care giver.
Ok, enough of my story.
I was sitting behind this young man at the chap fan shop when I noticed his tee shirt. I bet he works at the ice cream shop hah..hah...
To make this nice drink which I meant to blog about but I am not in the right frame of mind to do so.