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"count your blessings" 316/365
super quicky taken after getting home from my father in law's 60th birthday celebration in the city.. didn't bring my camera because it was too much of a bother..and i can't find my point and shoot..ugh!! anyway, it always is such a tease to go into the city and not come out with any photos because everywhere you look.. there are so many killer sights to see.. the restaurant we went to was gorgeous.. brasserie 8?... the food was amazing! it was a fun time..adults only..ben stayed home with my mom and uncle chris! ;-) about the shot- cliche sitting on the kitchen countertop shot?! :P am i reaching? when we first moved into this apartment..the kitchen was one of the things i was excited about..it was big..lots of cabinets and all the white made me feel like it was super clean... well.. i am not sad about leavng this memory behind.. the counter top is white tile- the hardest thing in the world to keep clean.. the dishwasher doesn't really work- i have to pre-wash the dishes before i run it, so really it's just a hot sanitizing machine.. in the summer the relentless stream of ants is extremely aggrivating and let's not even get into the other visitors we had to endure this past summer.. i am very happy to be done with the aggrivations here yet..because of what is going on in Japan i am also very aware and grateful for the blessings that we do have..the convieniences that we take for granted.. the circumstances that we are lucky to take advantage of... and just the fact that we have a roof over our heads.. these incredible tragedies really open your eyes to how important it is to live in the moment ..and to realize that life can change on a dime.. so count your blessings!!! don't sweat the small stuff and really it's all small stuff compared to the big stuff that could go wrong HCS!I want to forgive myself for we have sinned 
This is my Tiny Project of the Week: cleaning out the pantry and fridge. So many of these are from Germany and the States, brought by my sister and I in the past when we visited. Somehow they get stashed inside the fridge and forgotten. Most of the time I want to have them on a special occasion but never got around --for example, I had been saving the blueberry muffin mix for Dad. However, he always bring a lot of store-bought desserts home. Some of the items are things I'll probably not find in Taiwan. Knowing that, I feel reluctant to eat them, such as the Stove Top stuffing and the Dark Chocolate Chex Mix Select. A few of the items have a story behind it so I feel hesitate to eat, like the Del's Lemonade-- it had traveled so many miles to come to me. Some of these things were not purchased by me, so I felt like I don't have the rights to throw them away--for I would be pretty annoyed if someone throw away something I bought. For example the chocolate baking bars...They expired in 2006! I felt really guilty when I was doing this. How did I allowed myself to waste all these foods by letting them go past their expiration dates? The fact that my family tries so hard not to waste food, we would sometimes "take the risk" by eating them. But, why are we doing this to our body? This is certainly going to make me think twice about buying something at the store next time. I have also made several list of the foods we have and their expiration date. I've posted them up on the outside of the pantry door/fridge door. This will help us finish whatever we already have, and not to make the mistake of getting something on sale without knowing if we already have them at home.
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