How was your weekend? I’ve noticed that for the past few weeks, I’ve been dedicating my weekends to rest, given the typically long and occasionally exhausting workweeks. While prioritizing much-needed rest, I also make an effort to go outside more, especially since I spend the majority of my weekdays working from home.
This weekend, I had the pleasure of having lunch with my sisters. We’ve recently started a new tradition of planning an activity together once a month, I’m pretty sure most of these outings will frequently revolve around food.
Despite a snowstorm warning looming over the weekend, the weather turned out to be surprisingly good. The ‘snow storm’ lasted a mere three hours on Friday night. I decided to use the TTC instead of uber. I mostly regret it because there’s always something going on. IYKYK.
One thing my sisters and I all love is the irresistible allure of hot pot. The rich flavors, the perfect blend of spices, and the overall yumminess – I could endlessly express my love for hot pot. So we spent our Saturday afternoon at Haidilao, in Scarborough. While it’s not an all-you-can-eat (AYCE) spot, it’s definitely a worthwhile experience.
We spent nearly three hours eating and talking about our lives as we typically do. It was exactly what I needed.
On my way home from Haidilao, I stopped by BMV books and of course I got myself two books I’ve been wanting to read!
A few things I came across this week
The documentary on T.B Joshua. I cannot say I’m shocked. We used to pass his church building on our way to school and even as far back as then, we knew there was something diabolical about what they did there.
Comfort shows for the week – Modern family on Netflix & Two broke girls on Prime.
Books I’m currently reading – A paperback of Queenie & an ebook of Maybe in another life on my kindle.
If you’re up for listening to a sermon by Pastor Steven Furtick, you should listen to this one. I felt it in my core. He talks about Letting go.
I’m spending the rest of my weekend relaxing and preparing for an interview! Wish me luck!
Till next time.