We are all going to end up at AA and/or Weight Watcher meetings after the end of the lockdown.
Lemon Meringue Pie from Félicité courtesy of hubby’s boss and discovering yet again some new cocktails, this time from Laiba.
While I enjoy the rooftops Happy Hour with the girls, I have to say I really like the cocktails I can serve myself at home on my balcony. This single serving cocktail bottle will last me at least for 3 evenings. What can I say I’m a cheap date ;-).
Frankly, compared to a lot of my friends or what I read on different forums I’m doing fine.
Being an introvert I don’t suffer as much as my extrovert friends. Doesn’t mean I wouldn’t mind a cup of coffee or a lunch in person. Hubby likes working from home and while the kiddos miss their friends they are not bouncing off the walls or crying either. Putting everything in perspective, there are a lot more people suffering a lot more.
Monday Murals Reminiscing Old Changi Days by Yip Yew Chong
This 37m long mural at Changi Airport Terminal 4 Basement level reminisces the old Changi days before Changi Airport was built in 1970s. From aeroplane-watching at Changi beach, to peeking over the fence of the Royal Air Force Station; From playing ‘tarik upih’ with village kids, to shopping and dining at the variety of shophouses lining Changi Village; The mural transports you to a charming old world brimming with new aspirations.
Instead of taking a picture of the long mural on each side of the corridor I decided to take a picture of each panel and post them over a longer period of time. The murals are so full of details it seems like a waste of the artist work to not give it justice.