09022016 Day 2

On the second day, right after our Prayers, it was time to visit the In-Laws, something which I always look forward to, all the time. Maybe its the food, maybe its the atmosphere or maybe, its just me.

Still, its great as we get to catch up and see how each other are doing. This time, many were surprised that I got a job in Kuching. Although they do not know the name but they have an inkling of a 'famous' Solar Factory there. If the other Brother in Law was here, he would be very interested in what I have to tell them. Since he's not, I just kept to answering the bare minimum.

This glutinous rice was made using a Korean marble non-stick pot.
It should cost more than half a grand and I shudder to think what would happen if it was dropped.

Kaelynn showing her younger cousins how to blow bubbles.

She's the only one who is curious about stuff and tries to learn things from the kitchen

My first time on a bike with a shock absorbing fork and disc brakes. During a emergency braking to avoid Kaelynn, I fell head first and did a sort of roll. Later, I realised you need to shift your weight. But damn, this bike is cool! And the way the girls described my fall to my Wife, it was as if I suffered badly or lost a limb. But in reality, it was just a light scrape on the elbow and knee. I am seriously thinking of getting one....

I think we did 4 or 5 rounds and there was a scary incident where Kaelynn rode to the opposite side of the road. Luckily the Mercedes was driven very slowly when coming out of the blind corner. As for Kristine, her bike route was all over the place, including the trees. Kaelynn told me Kristine rode into a bush which she later denied...

I never realised my girls can play football either.
They hated it but they still play on. Weird, right?

The Theme for Dinner this time was Steamboat.

And yes, it was a lot of fun for everyone
And so, with the beginning of the new year, I have witnessed everyone succeeding in whatever they do, watched how some have grown, introduced to new family members and so on. But this year, I WILL make it my year and so that, in 12 month's time, I can be proud to sit among them as a Man and my Wife's head held high.

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