For today's bento, I made Pichu - baby Pokémon that can evolve into Pikachu and Raichu. I hope I can make other Pokémon characters later. Hundreds of them from my kids' Pokémon dictionary; it will be a good resource. But I think I just need to start with the easy one first. Pichu was made of yellow egg sheet, nori, and kamaboko. I actually can use cheese but I didn't want to ruin it because of the humidity and the hot weather here, the cheese will just melt in 30 minutes to 1 hour. Inside the orange round box : pan fried shrimps with Indonesian yellow spices, fish balls with carrots, stir fry Chinese cabbage, and raspberries.On Sunday afternoon an accident happened in the house. Some of you knew about this from my tweets. Big A broke her left arm. She was running around in the living room downstairs while I was in my bedroom upstairs. Suddenly Little A entered my room and told me Big A fell down and her arm was twisted. She tipped over her own legs and felt down with the left arm went down first. When I saw her hand, I knew that it was broken. Me and my husband brought her immediately to the ER. That afternoon, the traffic jam was so bad that it took us 1.5 hours to arrive at the hospital. We were so blessed because in the ER there was one senior Orthopedician who happened to visit his family in ER at that time. After done with the X-Ray, the doctor explained to us that 2 bones broken and the doctor needed to do a process called reduction (moving the bones back into their correct positions) before fitted with a cast. And that would hurt a lot that Big A would need anesthesia. After that everything went so fast and we went back home around 10PM. Yesterday, she was absent from school and is back to school today. We visited the doctor again yesterday and did another X-Ray. She will need to wear a cast for 6 weeks. Hope everything is going well with her bones' recovery.
Thank you very much to all of you that have been so kind and so supportive via Twitter!