No Gadget Day-Day 2

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Hi, assalamu alaikum.

Alhamdulillah, after a successful No Gadget Day on Day 1, I felt better for Day 2.

It would be another successful day, I guessed. But, really?

Monday, June 29, 2020.

Without being warned, my kids seemed to understand that the day was a no gadget day.

Unlike on the first day, we didn't go out for a walk. We just stayed at home for a whole day.

Mr. Admiral started to complain.

"Mom, I'm bored," he said.

"Okay, we'll go out and see the lorries at the sugar cane factory right after we have Asar prayer."

It felt like Ramadan as we stayed along the day at home, didn't wanna go out except in the afternoon after Asar prayer to avoid the sun's heat.

All of my kids agreed to do it. But, what activity could we do now? I knew my bigger kids would get bored sooner.

Well, I thought going to the kitchen was a great idea. 

"Let's cook for lunch!" I told the kids.

Those boys love to cook. One of them cooked the rice and the other cooked the veggies. Of course the simple meal like vegetable saute recipe.

It's so easy to cook, so I taught my children how to make it. All we need to have is onion or shallots, garlic, salt and veggies.

I told my sons that this recipe is a survival recipe. 

"You can have any kind of meal just by these basic ingridients. You even can put any veggies in it."

Shortly after, we had lunch together. Mr. Admiral loves tempeh so much. He can't live without it. So I fried him some.

For this kind of post,  I'm sorry I can't show you pictures of our activity, because I didn't touch my smartphone during the day.

I have to support my kids, so I have to follow the same rule.

After Asar prayer we took a bath and really went to see the lorries. But, that day we didn't have to walk. We rode on our motorbike. Four passangers aboard. One sat in the front, two sat behind me. I carried a nearly 150 kg weigh! 

But, that's okay. I could manage the trip, alhamdulillah.

And day 2 was another successful no gadget day.






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