Me & My Dad in front of the Halloween tunnel in my cousin’s place
My cousins & other relatives
I’ve never worn any scary costume for halloween because this is what I do every year…packing loot bags! Yes, we’re packing books/coloring books/magazines (5 pieces per loot bag) to give away to the kids…and not candies. Haha! :)
OHMY, GRAD PIC FO REAL? :)) Hopefully we really do graduate..thesis why so hard? :S There’s too much codes left to do for our program :|
asdfghjkl I didn’t like how my curls ended up in my grad pic..but err I can’t do anything about it. Then when I got home, the curls begun to loosen up…the curls I wanted for my grad pic! Nice timing you got there dear hair of mine. Haha :))
I.S. GIRLS :)))) Where’s the I.S. Boy? :
*I only got few pictures with friends because I spent a long time in the hair & makeup section..plus everyone is rushing us to get our pictures taken :/
A week after retreat..they planned a Saturday night out. I’ve been MIA with all of WWC’s ‘bible study’ sessions…and I missed hanging out with them, so I had to come to this Saturday nightout. It was epic..memorable! I can’t explain why but it was really a fun night :)
Our retreat was so memorable…the professors, sisters, brothers, and priest told us that we were the best ones among the 4th year because of what happened during our retreat. The feeling of our block being reunited…friends again with each other :) And since two of our blockmates, Cyril and Shiela, didn’t make it on time..they didn’t get to be with us in our retreat. So…another block picture with them! :))
This was our entertainment during the last days of our stay in Baguio.
…and until now, we haven’t finished the whole thing! The puzzle were trying to finish is a picture of a strange/rare map. How hard is that? And the picture reference in the box is too small/different/ripped. Haha!
(Still on vacation in Tagaytay) And so..I turned 19 last Saturday. I thought it would be the same day..an ordinary day. But my family welcomed my birthday at 12am.
Funny birthday moment #1: They searched the house for candles (web included! I don’t know where they got the candles..it looks like those candles from horror movies. Haha!) and the Blueberry tart that I bought was the improvised cake. (No, the beer’s not mine. It was my Dad’s. I don’t drink beer ;) ) And Dad’s epic Cornetto dance was a laugh! While I was sitting on the chair..he stood up, got a flash light, bar lighting me and he was dancing saying “choogs choogs..” FAIL. Hahaha!
Funny birthday moment #2: The picture says it all. Hahaha! :)) (We had no idea that my Mom was taking a picture of this moment when my Dad & sister is pretty much enjoying MY birthday cake) That’s my serious-what-are-you-doing-not-really-annoyed face.
Then afternoon came…My cousins surprisingly went to Tagaytay to celebrate my birthday! Thank you De Jesus Family! :) They even bought a Mango Bravo cake from Conti’s and brought it all the way to Tagaytay! That’s why the cake was kinda melted. And we had to eat it already since there’s not enough space in the fridge.
The cake is falling down…Haha!
Didn’t expect that there will be tons of food…plus wine! (But no, I didn’t drink.)
Funny birthday moment #3: Since we ate the cake in the afternoon…and it was too big for us to finish it all, there was a plate left of the cake. After numerous rounds of dinner…we all shared the last plate of Mango Bravo. This was sooo funny. The cake was gone in less than a minute! Hahaha :) (No violence included while 10-11 of us were all eating the last piece. Hahaha!)
Too bad no sleepovers happened. I was so happy & blessed at the end of the day. Plus there were so many birthday greetings from relatives, friends, classmates and schoolmates. I got to celebrate my birthday a couple of times this week :)
Mama’s not feeling too well to eat a sushi buffet. So, YakiMix plan will just be set on my birthday. We decided on celebrating her birthday by having a lunch out at a Chinese restaurant (Why does our Chinese restaurants doesn’t have fortune cookies huh? :|) Everyone inside are Chinese families. Talking Filipino-Chinese most of the time. Haha.
Under cut is pretty much a food blog post. So yeah..
This is our sort-of ‘Freedom Board’ in our rest house in Baguio. Too many memories. I can’t help but laugh every time I read’ the writings on this calendar.
The writings started last 2007. It was meant to list down the line in using the bathroom to take a bath, but then..we got bored waiting for who ever’s in turn to take a bath. And so, every time someone came to either one of our vacation house here (in Baguio), we would write down the date and whoever came. Funny. According to this calendar, it was 4 years I haven’t been to Baguio.
Our stay in Baguio was a disaster on its first day. Boring today (since there’s no NEW places to go to. Places here are STILL the same since I was little.), what will tomorrow bring me? :) Let’s eat strawberries! I’ll bring home some for you, H :)