12 June 2009

Friday Shoot Out: The Letter M

Friday, June 12, 2009
Thanks to Sarah Lulu at Normal Is A Cycle On A Washing Machine for this week's assignment. This is what she said:

Well since I'm thinking constantly of my new granddaughter Matilda ....Next week's topic (thank you for choosing me!!) ... is... Anything beginning with M.

First of all congrats to Sarah Lulu and her family for the sweet new member in the family. May Matilda Margaret bring a lot of joy and blessings into your life.

Now, back to the assignment. I was amazed when I realized many important parts of a town start with the letter M. In this post, I have added several new shots to photos from my blog archive. Let's see! The letter M stands for:

Map of West Java

Local markets selling various items, like fruit and vegetables

Various Food Menu, for example:
Black Pepper Broccoli Rice & Pangsit

Unique Merchandise, for example:
Handmade Bag, Wayang Golek & Wooden Craft Clock

Memorial or Monument

Local Mall

Traditional Music

Click this link to see more Friday "My Town" Shoot Out participants
Thank you for hosting this meme, Patty and Reggy Girl

15 appreciated note(s):

Unknown said...

Love your Post. Clever use of the "M" words, really opens up your world to me.

You have a beautiful life!

Anonymous said...

What a great and creative post Rosidah. The markets are so colorful and the menu food looks delicious also. Enjoy your day.

quilly said...

Congrats on your new granddaughter! I love her name! Matilda -- how pretty.

These merry glimpses of life in your part of the world are wonderful. Those boy musicians are intriguing. I would like a clip of their music, I think!

Betsy Banks Adams said...

Great "M" words, Rosidah... It's SO interesting hearing about your area and culture. SO educational for me!!!! Your broccoli/rice dish sounds good--but what is pangsit????

Hope you are having a great day.

Martha said...

Love your hometown shootout shots! That food looks amazing! I played along too this week :-)

Anonymous said...

LOL...when I started to first read this I thought what...how can she have a grandbaby...then it hit me like a ton of bricks LOL. Great pictures. What is Pangsit? and the pictures of the kids in the traditional music is awesome. All the photos are great. Have a great weekend my friend :)

��Radio Mihalis Thalassis - Athens Greece said...

Good morning, good Sunday Hello, Michalis

Inday said...

Good evening Rosidah. Lovely posting as always. Hmmmm, I love those turnips hanging in the local market. I can make yummy spring roll out of them....mouth watering! Yum!

Nice country you have over there. Hope your weekend is great!

RA said...

@ All: Thank you for the wonderful comments.
@ Quilly: Those traditional music instruments are called Calung, similar to Angklung. I don't have any video documentation on them. But I think you can see some performances on YouTube :)
@ Betsy and Thom: Here's a link from Wiki about pangsit

Nessa said...

All great M's, especially Matilda.

Chele said...

Very cool! I loved your selection of pics.

Anonymous said...

Ah thank you for sharing that my friend :)

Zaroga said...

Super photos, Rosidah. I enjoyed them very much.

Carleen said...

Very clever, Rosidah! I haven't been to Indonesia yet (I have been to Malaysia, your neighbor, though), but I know that one of these days I will convince the Amazing Egyptian Dude to take me there. All I have to do is tell him that he can eat plenty of fish, and it should be easy to convince him, LOL!

aurbie said...

I almost missed your Friday shoot out. I thought I had caught up last week.

Well, I have two more days to play catch up.

I loved your "M" photos. The traditional music photo is wonderful and I love the silhouette. That rice dish looks so yummy. Does it have meat in it. I don't eat meat. I eat a lot of rice dishes, though.

You take care, my friend.