Reanaclaire is back in business!  Thanks for all your comments and concerns... I really appreciate that... blogging is like a network connection, getting connected and  knowing so many of you from all over the world... this is what I call.... AMAZING!

For the past few days, yours truly here was really down and out.... physically and emotionally drained... in fact yesterday while practising the worship for today's Sunday service, I was sort of "reprimanded" for singing in such a monotonous voice... but thank God, after some prayers and a heartful dinner, my voice was back to normal for this morning's service, I was in my high spirits again... let me sing...  la ... lalalala....   laaa...... laaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa............

After the practice, I thought I would not have any mood to eat but to my astonishment, my stomach was actually "growling" by the time we reached Tesco. Quickly we ordered a few dishes... and "Big Bowl of rice for me, please!"

 

 

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