24/365 A New Book Series and Food


Both Heather and my mom were reading this series so I gave it at try and enjoyed it immensely.  Set in 1929, it is historical fiction, a mystery whose characters are still making sense of the effect WWI on their lives.



The hawker stalls across the street closed and the reopened a few days later with a splash of new paint and  a new owner.  Unfortunately, Botak Jones was gone and only a few stalls were filled.  Then last weekend, another stall opened.  It is Japanese food!  Haven’t tried it yet. I hope it is good since we’d love another restaurant within walking distance.



Chinese New Year approaches so the grocery store is filling with holiday treats. 

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