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Two Organs, Two Kilos

It's probably not what you're thinking - although, who am I to assume what you're thinking?

But, if you've got a sort of gross image of body parts...forget it. It's safe to read on even if you're squeamish.

This is all about food...and music.

Yeah, that's the recurring theme of my posts lately, isn't it?

It's just that, in the last couple of weeks, I found myself going to the music store to purchase two humongous organs - keyboard, if you wish. I don't know why they call it portable when even the guy who assisted us in carrying the instrument to the car had difficulty. Yes, humongous is the word.

How did I end up spending tens of thousands on two musical instruments - they do sound good? It wasn't my money - I was just requested to purchase them for the church.

In any case, next time, I think I'll prefer to get a purple violin. I bet it truly is portable.

That looks interesting, to say the least, and I've always wanted to learn how to play the violin. As they say, it is never too late to learn something new, yeah?

So where does food come in?

Of course there's always food.

After all, that walking around (going to the store from the parking area, walking back to the parking area...that takes energy), my body was clamoring for fuel.

Enter Tim Ho Wan and its famous pork buns, which I hadn't tried. No brainer...

Yup. It was every bit as heavenly as everyone had said. It stood up to the hype and more. I would go back to the restaurant just for these buns. In fact, it's the only dish that I'd go back for. And, thanks to my appetite and these delectable things (plus some meat and seafood here and there), I think I gained two kilos that night. Seriously.

One last thing - back to music. I saw this impressive piano on the way out of the mall.

Pretty cool, huh?


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