Mom: *self mumbles* I took care of my mom when she had cancer then FIL when he was struck by stroke. Now I am taking care of MIL. Wonder who would take care of me when I am ill? *lets out a long sigh*
Boy: Why are we so close and we can chat like best friends do?
It has been long since I last updated here. *Blow spider webs and dust away*. School holidays are less than a week away. I have no outdoor activities planned for the boy this time as we will gonna stuck at home anyway. It's a new challenge having to take care of a difficult semi bedridden MIL. I am still grateful though as my FIL, a stroke survivor is very understanding and obedient and that kinda soften the edge of my otherwise rough days. Oh well.
We terminated subscription to a digital tv provider long ago when our son started primary school four years ago. It was under utilized anyway as only the hubs watched the TV in the evening after work.
I love eating avocados and I remember there was abundance of them when I still lived in Sandakan then. My mom would buy them very often, scoop the flesh out, mash them with some condensed milk and serve chilled. It was so delicious, I tell ya!
Even though the kids are so into electronic games, when the sun goes down, they will move their butts out of the house and play some outdoor activities.