Friday has always been the busiest day in my life nowadays. On the last Friday, I forced myself to keep teaching though my body didn’t feel well, as the result? I fell sick on the following day :D. I got terrible flu, cough, and fever - but now, I’m feeling much better :D. YES! SOOOOOO MUCH BETTER! Since….
is the 2010 MotoGP World Champion
Aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! (So excited just like there were so many ants in my pants :D). I wish I were in Sepang Malaysia right now, I want to give my biggest hug and congratulate my sweet-heart rider for his victory ;D. Beside his talent, I think you can draw a conclusion why I loooooove this man, tee hee! :D
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Okay, back to bento business… As I have been promised before, I post the Halloween-themed bento that I made on the previous Thursday for today’s post. Yes, it’s a witch-themed bento again! Heeheehee, please don’t be sick with that :D. From the three Halloween-themed bentos I made, this Smiley Witch bento was for me. The witch girl was made from rice ball whose hair made from egg sheet and hat from cheese and wiener (I cut the wiener into a cone) wrapped with nori and touched up with crab stick for the red strip. Take a look on this Bentolicious’ egg sheet making tutorials and you’ll get a perfect and good-looking egg sheet :D. Oya, the witch girl also has a companion, a cute ghost made from quail egg :D. The witch brings magic delights in this bento box: Berries buddies (Strawberry, Red Currant, and Blueberry), Super yum-yum Udang Tahu Balado (Hot and Spicy Shrimp and Tofu), Tamago with Chopped Spring Onion and Fried Baby Anchovies, and Peas. Apart from the delights she brings, the witch girl’s happy pretty smile is the strongest power that she has. It is the happiest magic on earth that can bring you to the Halloween magic world full of cuteness :D.
Let’s create the happy magic for Halloween :D