Last night, we finally met as D and mamasarah . Although I had invited mamasarah over for tea earlier (with some puzzles and clues), she somehow managed to twist the invitation so that she could honour us first. Hmmm... very coniving!
Well, the hosts were very welcoming and warm. Sarah was asleep when we arrived but soon woke up and warmed up to play with big Sara (my princess). Amar was very cheerful and rather energetic too. Mamasarah fixed a delicious meal of nasi ayam (my princess had 3 servings!!), and of course, Babahsarah made excellent teh tarik (with condensed milk - approval from the doctor!).
Their place was very cozy and spacious. I fell in love with the kitchen. The oven was a built-in modern one - unlike the old white ones you'd usually find in houses rented to Malaysians. With mamasarah's magical touch, there was no doubt that the food would turn out splendid!
Now, you must not believe all that mamasarah has said about me. The trifle I brought as desert was a simple fix anyone could escape with because: 1) it didn't require ANY cooking, 2) they all came from a box, tin, tub or carton, that nothing could go wrong!, 3) you could throw in almost anything into a trifle
Well, glad that I have made friends with a neighbour-cum-blogger. I'll just wait for her to drop by for tea now.