Today I visited my parents and they are coping well at home. Although dad's medical problem has not been resolved, he is stable and we hope that he stays that way - to be as well as he can be given the circumstances.
My brother dropped me off at my office later in the morning. Come lunchtime, I went to Pho Vietz. For now, I am taking a break from my all meat diet, simply for practicality and convenience.
This Basil Lime Soda is very refreshing and the best part is that they no longer add sugar to the drink. It's a great thirst quencher especially during this current hot hot spell.
Then it was back to the grind to finish up whatever work I had to catch up on and also some administrative duties (paying bills etc).
A little later, my cousin-in-law dropped by my office to bless me with books he had written and to offer prayers for my dad and me (he just found out that I am Christian).
I don't make a big deal of being Christian and I don't attempt to convert/influence people of other faiths (even the agnostic/non-believers). I respect other faiths and I don't encroach into their personal beliefs.
When I was at university, it annoyed me to no end when overzealous Christians tried to hard sell their faith to the non-Christians or when they tried to make me join their cell group.
How I conduct my relationship with God is very personal and no one is qualified to question my faith except the Lord Himself.
Ok ok, no more ranting. Time for my early dinner.
I just wanted to confirm what I thought of it because some people sing praises of it. This egg tart tastes more like a cheese tart to me. What I get is a cheese-like taste, no aroma of vanilla and lacking in eggy taste. What I found out is that this egg tart contains only cream and eggs. No cheese. Oh well.
The Cajun Prawn Mantau is my new favorite. I love the mantau, I love the prawns and I love the accompanying greens/avocado and cocktail sauce. Nyum!!!