Sunday is family day for us. And family day means – food. We are bound not only by blood but by food! 😀
This Sunday, we went to this famous Hainanese chicken place my dad loves. We’ve tried others but he will always say that this is still the best he’s had here – WEE NAM KEE. It’s a well-known dining place in Singapore that was brought to the Philippines.
Before the food, I must mention this – I’m loving their wallpaper. ♥
Now, for the food. 😉 We’ve eaten at other Hainanese chicken restaurants but I can say Wee Nam Kee is the best so far. (: They also offer other lovely dishes that will delight your taste buds and a twist to a dessert we all love! (see gallery below) 😉 I couldn’t say much, my tummy cannot turn them into words. It’s one happy tummy that day. 😀
A happy tummy, a happy family! ((:
How do you tell which one should be on top of your priority list? I am seriously asking, just, how do you decide? What considerations do you make to know which one should be first?
I always go for my gut feel or indulge myself to what I want, which I know isn’t the best thing to do, cos often, what I want isn’t what I need to do. I want to sleep but I need to finish a work, for example… what I’d do – I’d sleep! ((: I’m sure I’ll get enough time for work, I do not have enough time for sleep. My reasoning!
It took me quite a while to learn to ask the right questions and to weigh stuff so I can prioritise well. Not rightly or correctly because there isn’t a right or correct way, in my opinion, on how priorities should be set. We are a diverse set of people, we have different needs, different wants, different sets of thinking. But whenever I am really caught in a dilemma and the Continue reading