HAPPY CHINESE NEW YEAR!!ヽ(*⌒∇⌒*)ﾉ
Wishing you all a joyful and prosperous new year!
Went back to home sweet home last Wednesday for CNY and had the most relaxing time. It was just for 4 days but can you believe it if I say it’s the longest I’ve been at home ever since I started working?!! By Sunday morning, I’m already back to KL since I followed sis back even though I took a day off today. This is also the longest break I’ve taken fml (=__= )
Work + study life *sigh* I really ought to take more breaks and spend time with family more often. Need to make this part of my 2015 resolutions!
Took the train home and got this photo on the way back~ I’m sorta obsessed with looking at the colors of sky especially when the sun is setting or rising #simplethings
Got back home and mom just kept feeding us wth. I think I gained weight already crap (Ｔ▽Ｔ) Time to brush off the dust from my running shoes…
Here are some of the stuff we had for meals at home. For cny eve, we had roasted duck and pork, soup, Hokkien jiu hu char (fried vegetables with dried squid, a must every year) and curry chicken. Day 1 since we went out, we sorta tapau-ed. Forgot to take photo, my bad.
For day 2, we have more veges, vege soup, chicken and curry fish head~
Non-stop feast even on day 3 wth. Mom prepared steamboat since we were expecting visitors.
We don’t usually do steamboat so YAYYY (((*°▽°*)八(*°▽°*)))
A lot right? This didn’t include the fish, prawns or greens yet. We were like, “how to finish?!”, but thankfully our guests can eat hahahah. Btw, took this photo while standing on a stool LOL
The exciting part of steamboat, waiting for the soup to boil (≧◡≦)
And then, not forgetting CNY cookies~
I brought back a bottle of my favorite Umeshu to share~ It’s my favorite alcohol beverage because it tastes sweet though I don’t drink often (ღˇ◡ˇ)~♥
Homemade chocolates my friend gave when he came to visit~
Last photo for this CNY food post _ Yee Sang photo my colleague took before we turned it into a whole lot of yummy mess.