Lazy evenings indoors.
Saturday, November 21, 2020
Thursday, November 19, 2020
What to do during MCO on weekends when we are stuck in our apartment? We go cafe-hopping. I'm not 100% sure this is allowed as the rules aren't too clear. There is the 2 pax limit per car (just revised to 3 pax) - check, we get there on foot so not in a car. Max person per table - check, and shop says ok. SOPs all followed.
However there's also the guideline that people leave the house only to buy essentials. Then again dine-in is allowed (unlike the original MCO). So....?? Oh we just go lah.
Thursday, November 12, 2020
Monday, November 9, 2020
Managed to redeem these 3 doughnuts from an app. So pleased there wasn't any trouble getting them! I was planning to get one for myself but ended up with cute ones all for the kids. I got them in the morning on the way to work since the outlet would be way on the other side of the highway on my journey home. And spent the day thinking how happy my kiddos would be to see them that night! Haha.
Yep they went WOW!! We hardly buy pretty doughnuts, it has been many months since the outlet we pass by has closed, and that outlet didn't have cutie types.
Thursday, November 5, 2020
Yes there's a 2-pax limit in the car for this CMCO in Selangor. Luckily there are no roadblocks in the small area we travel around in. Took the kids for fresh air last weekend to the nearby "goose pond". This is privately owned by a datuk who doesn't mind people traipsing all over his property. I was prepared for the place being closed up for CMCO but it was fine.
Monday, November 2, 2020
One good thing about MCO is not having to go to school, to work. Which accounts for a lot of extra time a day actually. Working from home saves me easily 2.5 to 3 hours a day.
The kids get to sleep later and wake up later.
My kids move a lot in their sleep. I frequently get a hand, an elbow, a knee, a head thrown at me in the middle of the night.