We love, love, love the year-end weather. Don’t you too?
It was the first Sunday in a long time that we had so much time we didn’t quite know what to do with it. We had done a few things by then but freedom felt so sweet that we just didn’t want to waste it. So I was driving, and then made my way onto the new Marina Coastal Expressway (first ride!), and then decided to head towards Portsdown. It felt nice to have no destination in mind, to just “go somewhere”.
We took a walk, in the rain, and then decided to have a late lunch/ early dinner. Siew isn’t a ang moh jiak kind of person, and so we just headed over to Colbar. I always liked that pathway lined with trees leading to the cafe. It is like walking into the past or something special.
When we were there, the rain started and stopped, and a breeze came by too from time to time. It felt like a perfect afternoon, and Siew fell in love with the fried bee hoon in sauce. I had their special fried rice and chuckled as I ordered “a Nescafe”. Siew wasn’t feeling that well that day, but we know to count our blessings.
It was a good day.