Since I did this post several months ago, I thought I’d follow up with it and share my reading progress with you. The second half of 2015 is pretty slow in terms of reading materials. Blame it on the busy Summer and Fall packed with lots of events, meetings, and travels! Nevertheless, I managed to go through quite a number of books. I love it when other bloggers do “Books I read” posts because it gives me all the recommendations. If you have books you think I’ll like (i.e. similar to the genres below), please share them with me! I’m always looking for a book to read.
Indonesia has one of the best cuisines in the world, involving lots of spices and complex methods of cooking. It’s very difficult – almost impossible – to replicate Indonesian food outside of the country simply because we can’t find the same quality of ingredients as we would back home. So, don’t judge me when I say that one of the biggest things I was looking forward to on my trip home was eating ALL THE FOOD.
Those who have been following this blog knows how much I love going to the markets whenever I travel. It’s where all the actions are!
It was -28 C when we checked the temperature that morning.
Waiting for Mass to begin in the Crypt Church of St. Joseph’s Oratory, I couldn’t help but feel tremendously blessed to be able to spend the First Sunday of Lent here.