Beyond transferring work responsibilities are arrangements that need to take place in the personal realm. I wouldn't be able to relish in the luxury of COVID carryover vacation days any longer, nor wield my massage and paramedical benefits at will.
In true me nature, I repurposed my limited days off to maximize these pre-existing benefits. The first appointment led me to Markham, which enabled lunch in the vicinity.
"Sure thing!" The balayage bob-donning staff member responded eagerly, "Would you like it less sweet?"
What a great suggestion! I thought, and confirmed immediately. I had never known it was possible to customize beverages in a HK café setting. Furthermore, I was impressed with the reply, for I wondered whether she had overheard my moderate complaints about the Ding Ding Candy version and proposed accordingly. Regardless, the speed and attentiveness we received throughout the meal was impeccable.
- The Black Sesame Mochi was $3.75 instead of $4.75; though
- The Butter Cream & Marmalade Chiffon Cake was $3.95 (consistent)