Sunday wasn’t an spectacular day. I couldn’t meet my friend because he was busy working; I wasted two hours driving to the facial place to realize that the booking lady have scheduled me for March 21th, not February 21th! :evil: For my surprise, I wasn’t angry at that moment, I even felt good to just go out and breath fresh air. I finished reading piled-must-read magazines and called it a good Sunday. But somehow at night, when I was lying down on the coach, I felt sad. Why sad? Because I didn’t have anyone to share my thoughts/feelings after a long week of work, when I can finally shut the mind from work and focus on myself, but then I feel emptiness. Furthermore, I can’t see this is going to change in the near future.
Note: I know I’ve posting more negativity recently. I thought about not writing them to not bore my readers. But then I remind myself that this blog is for me foremost, to record my journey, good and bad, to express my true feelings. If besides of that, someone find it useful or inspiring, great. If not, I’m sorry but can’t and won’t pretend to be my happiest moment when I’m struggling with staying positive.
- 1/4 cup WW flour
- 1/4 cup wheat bran
- 1/4 cup barley flour
- 3 egg whites
- 1/2 cup almond milk
- 1/2 tsp baking powder
- 1 tbsp coconut oil
I made a sauce using oikos vanilla + apricot preserve.
If it’s not because it took me > 30 min to make this combo, I’ll have it every other day. It’s really good! :)
Making batches of waffles and freeze them for the week.
this week’s dim sum ＃1: yam & black sesame cake! recipe to come ;)
＃2： chinese fried dumpling
Q: When is your (emotional) most vulnerable moment of the day?