I’ve got to admit, though we are not fans of the whole valentine thingy, we are not haters either, and even if we had this date coincidentally falling under the valentine’s season, there’s nothing left to do but to enjoy it.
Our usual destination, restaurants! Be it a hole in the wall, or good ole’ large restaurant, as long as the food is good, we’re willing to splurge a bit.
Well that was fast. January 31st, huh, just like that. It’s all a blur. And now here we are starting another month. Just a quick recap on the first 31 days of 2014:
- I finished two (e)books; The Book Thief, Sputnik Sweetheart. Which are wonderful, brilliant at the same time heartbreaking and depressing.
- Late catching up with friends.
- Watched a political-themed play. (With my brother as one of the actors)
- Volunteer work
- Corporate Life
And here I thought it would be a long list. Well, now moving on, I tell you waking up to a new day is inevitable. We can only do so much to get through to another day, what more of another month, another year etc. But that’s not the point of this post.
Really, because I’m just here to post what the 1st of February felt like. Gloomy, Windy, and like floating in repressed emotions. Well the floating part, I meant that literally.
First week of December and a few members of our family will be celebrating their birthdays on the first week. They decided to try out this restaurant at Calauan, Laguna. Originally from Geron, Tarlac, they decided to branch out and here it is operating for 2 years now.
It’s a sudden get together that started with a text message, scheduled on a sunday then re-scheduled to Tuesday. Night. Dinner. What was planned as simple snack meeting turned out to be a dinner + desserts evening. Don’t get me wrong, I have no complaints 🙂
Day 3! So cliche of us, what would our Hong Kong trip will be if we don’t get to experience OCEAN PARK.
Happy Birthday to my Mama! 🙂
As a birthday treat, we all went to spend the day at Villa Escudero Resort at Tiaong Quezon. Last time we were here was 10 years ago, and my mother was right when she said, we didn’t fully appreciate the beauty of the place back then. We are kids and we just want to play. So now, we walk down the memory lane, and I found out that I don’t remember much of the old place. Some bits and pieces are coming back, but I guess the most memorable then is the lunch buffet, turns out, it still is. 🙂
Nothing especially new, except that my cousin and I decided to trim our hairs. For some it means new chapter of their life, moving on from a bad breakup etc. As I was broadcasting in this blog, in a few days, I am turning 22, and I feel reckless and restless, so I decided to cut my hair. As for my cousin, her long hair is already irritating the hell out of her head, so yep, *snip* *snip*