Simple and fuss free Father’s Day dinner this year at our place as requested by Dad himself. We ordered the party pack from Paradise Group catering and had a cosy session, away from the maddening crowd if we were to dine outside on the day itself.
A pity Rose and family couldn’t join us that evening as poor Xuan was down with a bad bout of viral flu thus the decision to keep the kiddos away from each other so we packed their share and delivered dinner to them instead.
And here’s my little monkey giving a cursory and impatient looking “grin” for the camera cos he couldn’t take his eyes off the candles! Another favourite pic to add to the grandfather-grandson collection.
I would like to think I am better driver like my mother, and that I inherited her eyes for details and interests in anything culinary related but I also know that I take after my father in many ways too. We are both high strung by nature and perhaps because we are both the eldest child, we have a knack of looking out for and nagging our younger siblings to death at times. Despite all his/my eccentricities, I love this man dearly!
He is notoriously difficult to get a gift for (Rose takes after this aspect of him!) so the task was made all the more easier when he requested for more bittergourd teabags which he love after trying the ones I brought back from our trip to Okinawa. So here they are, 400 bags of teabags to last him more than a year. Happy drinking Daddy! :)