Received my copy of Time magazine today which featured the aftermath of the Boxing Day earthquake and tsunami. It is obvious that what we see on TV or read in newspapers or magazines are only fractions of the true extent of the horror and damage. Being actually there to see the waves coming, and now the aftermath, must be truly terrifying.
This evening, we had Niq and Chui Ying over for dinner. On the menu, we had tuna quiche and mixed vegetables with chicken chunks. They brought papaya for dessert. Later, we had green tea to wash down a hearty meal. *burp*...
Yesterday, we had pork leg in black sauce... just for the record :o)
Now, perhaps we'll start introducing some sights around our apartment. Our two-door Sharp fridge is spacious with a freezer that is as big as some hotels' mini bar. Useful for freezing meat to ice-age standard. The surface on the outside is a nice and cheerful grey... duh... so, we have decided to turn it into a mini exhibition area.
[Our Sharp fridge]
Over in the living room, we have our little companions. Meet Eroica the Poodle, Huggy the Bear, and Terry the Lamb (who travelled all the way from New Zealand).
[Eroica, Huggy, and Terry]