Cass eats a soft-boiled egg and downs a full glass of water in the mornings. She can't eat much at 5:30 a.m. and a soft-boiled egg is one of the easiest food for her to swallow down her throat. She doesn't fancy having toast, cake, biscuit or bun in the morning. Sometimes she eats a few spoonfuls of cereal with milk. Some mornings, she has a meat-filled pau or some boiled fish paste. She prefers savoury food. Before she leaves the house, I give her a cup of honey with propolis.
If Cass sleeps later than 10:30 p.m. the night before, she will be zombified the next day. Who wouldn't be? I would be too. I am already zombified with just 6 hours of sleep each day.
Bento lunch box for Cass on Thursday this week:
Japanese rice with Korean kimchi and sauteed organic long beans with shredded pork.
In a week's time, Cass will be sitting for her first term exam. This time, she seems to have left her mojo behind, somewhere. We are both looking for the lost mojo! I am breathing in and out trying not to loose my cool and it's not easy. I've lost it many times but I keep hearing my gynae's words echoing in my head on what stress can do to my body. Suddenly, I have an urge to pack my bag and take a flight to an island, come back in 2 weeks and see what happens to the household! I am sure life will go on even without me around.