Let’s start off with the latter – I spent the day being a vegetarian yesterday.
Technically, I abstained from any kind of meat for one day to observe this day. So, how did I do it. Here’s what I had yesterday:
For breakfast –Two slices of bread with pasta sauce and a cup of yogurt.
Lunch –Vegetarian banana leaf rice and teh tarik
Dinner – a Veggie Delite Subway sandwich and mango pudding.
Supper – plain tosai and teh tarik
Snacked on nuts and buns also.
Well, I believe there’re many ways to go meatless for one day… it’s tough, but I survived. Not to mentioned my colleagues had pizza for lunch! But nonetheless, I would want to try to reduce meat, if not completely eliminate it, from my meals. It’s a challenge, but if it helps me with my health, I’m willing to try.
Well, World Meatless Day falls on Nov 25. Let’s see if I can make it, again!~
Anyway, on Wednesday, I experience was it was like to feel an earthquake. As I was sitting in front of the computer, I felt ‘the room’ moving a little. And as I focused, I could see the window blinds moving. And it hit me – I was in a midst of an earthquake… which appeared on the news. The tremor was even felt by Melissa D at her home in Rifle Range!
Fortunately, no one was injured here in Malaysia and there was no tsunami here on the island; just big waves which were non-threatening. But I sympatise with those who lost their family and loved ones in the quake in Indonesia. What a disaster. My prayers are for them.
I wonder if these have anything to do with the climate change?
Love & Peace!~