Oh no, I’ve been Tagged! LOL!

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Hello there, dear friends 😀

It’s been such a long, long time since I played TAG as a kid and now, I’ve been tagged online by my dear fellow blogger friend, sweetosie. The objective of this Tag is to tell you 5 things about myself that you don’t know yet –

1) I am not afraid of rats/mice, lizards, cockroaches nor snakes …… but I am terrified of worms…..any type….from teeny, weeny ones found on vegetables to those hairy, slowly crawling caterpillars…eeeewww!! 😯 🙄

2)  I usually don’t eat much of my own cooked food or enjoy it as much as my family do, but I would go crazy over anyone else’s cooking – it can be just a bowl of rice and a simple fried egg but to me, they will taste absolutely heavenly. 😆

3) when I was a kid, I literally grew up on Maggi mee (a popular brand of instant noodles), and I would have it everyday for breakfast because I just love its taste! In those days, the Maggi chicken flavour mee soup used to have wonton skins which tasted so smooth and good. I know, it was not a very healthy way of eating then but I was ignorant. Hehe, these days, my hubby only allows me to have instant noodles occasionally. 🙄

4) I simply love the arts of healing – I am a retired Usui Reiki Master and very recently, I am very honoured to have my healer lady friend teach me her ancient art (her healing abilities was inherited from her late grandmother) of foot reflexology free of charge,  but I have to build up my “inner strength/stamina”  first by practising on my family members. When I learn more, I will post some of the basic techniques here – I know there’s one which most of you will be excited to find out ===> which point to activate on our feet to lose weight! 😆

5) when I was in school, I was also a member of St.John’s Ambulance and was trained in the basic first aid skills and used to volunteer as  medical aid at football matches on weekends.

There you have it – now you know a little more about me. Now, I have to look for 3 other bloggers to tag …… hmmmmm…. 😆 …

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    sweetrosie said,

    So lovely dear choesf! Beautiful 🙂

    I wish I could come over and you could practice the foot reflexology for as long as you wanted 🙂 You are a very gracious & spiritual person and your healing is no doubt very special xx

    We were both in St John’s! I was also in calisthenics, which seems quite unbelievable nowadays… I thought I was very clever and beautiful 😉 Trust me, nobody would want a demonstration nowadays…

    Have a lovely week dear choesf * big hug* 🙂

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    happyhomemaker88 said,

    Hehe, my dear sweetrosie, how nice if I stay near you, then I can always pop over and eat your lovely cupcakes every week (and get fatter from them 😆 ) and I can give you some foot reflexology in return! 😆

    Actually, I saw you wrote about being in St.John’s and I was glad to know that and so I mentioned about it here, too. I enjoyed being able to learn calisthenics just as you did, too. 😉

    Good night and sweet dreams from KL!

    With love and hugs,

    choesf 😀

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    rozalia said,

    Dearest choesf! 🙂

    Congratulations on your reflexology studies ! If you are so scared of warms, here is what I do before cooking vegetables or eating them raw : in a large bowl of water I put 100 gr. vinegar, than leave the vegetables in for 10 minutes. The warms will drop back in the water and the veggies are clean and ready to be cooked.

    I hope it helps . Hugs,rose xx

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    happyhomemaker88 said,

    I really thank you for your wonderful tip of using vinegar to clean my vegetables, dearest Rose! 😀

    I will use this method as cleaning vegetables can be quite stressful for me – I jump everytime I see a worm and I would drop all the vegetables, gather back my nerve and then resume cleaning them! 🙄 🙄

    It is especially worse when I have to clean lots of watercress which I usually buy 2 kg for making cleansing soup, and there are leeches in them. Eeeewwww! 😯

    Thank you again!

    With many hugs,

    choesf 😀

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