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Monday, December 22, 2014

A Dinner Date at Roadhouse Cafe

I declared myself on holiday from work last Friday, December 19, 2014. 

I applied for a vacation leave to attend my son’s Christmas party together with hubby, our little girl and their caregivers. Later in the afternoon, the kids were left at home with the caregivers while hubby and I went to meet our Godparents to deliver the two bracelets that Ninang Malou ordered. Stayed with them for 1 hour chit chatting and later went to Centrio Mall. 

It was already past 6PM that we realized that we are hungry and decided to have an instant dinner date just the two of us. Yep! The last time we dine out was like forever, we seldom go out, and it we do the kids will tag along. 

I was craving for a steak, in fact we also have a scheduled dinner date before Christmas with friends and on my menu is a steak. Hubby and I chose Roadside Cafe at Centrio Mall. To satisfy my craving I ordered rib eye steak, while hubby ordered a sizzling pork steak. Unfortunately, the rib eye steak  was not available, they offered the available porterhouse steak instead, which I gladly agreed without asking the price (feeling rich lang!).

Monday, December 15, 2014

Christmas Lantern Made from Recycled Materials Contest

Our department’s Christmas committee this year came up with a "Lantern Contest" to be participated by the six divisions under the Operation’s department, the office of the head, janitorial and security. Each group was tasked to plot their wild and creative ideas and turn it into a Christmas lantern  made of recycled materials.

After more than a week of planning, researching and trial and errors, each of the groups had finally submitted their work of art, and are now hanging along the staircase of our office building. Here they are, the most creative lanterns made of combined ideas coming from the engineers, technicians, office staffs, janitors and the security guards;

Entry # 1 (Janitorial Services)
Christmas lantern made from empty bottles of hand wash and hand sanitizer, plastic spoons and rugs.

Wednesday, November 26, 2014

The Sun is Up!

As of this morning, the classes were resumed except for the pre-school, even though Misamis Oriental is still under storm signal no. 1. Past 12 noon, I went outside and find Mr. Sun shining brightly, what a beautiful sky after the storm had passed.

The eye of the tropical depression “Queenie” is traversing the Visayas and is heading towards Negros and Palawan. Technically, Misamis Oriental has been already free from the storm, but that doesn’t mean we shouldn’t be cautious, especially those residing in the low lying areas and near the river. 

For the sake of our safety let us always be ready and don’t forget to pray to Our Lord Almighty for guidance. Stay Safe Everyone! 

Monday, November 17, 2014

A Play in the Beach after His 4th Birthday

Our little boy turned 4 on Saturday. We had a little celebration at home, which I’ll be posting soon in my other blog.

Early Sunday morning, the whole family went for a relaxing and cold and cough healing swim at the Opol Beach, Misamis Oriental. We needed a few hours break after the very stressful week. 

Except for hubby and the little girl, all of us enjoyed swimming at the beach, especially the little boy, who just love the sea water. 

Next time, the husband is on day-off during the weekends, we’ll get back in the very same spot for another sea water swim relaxation. 

By the way, the little boy was wearing his favorite blue clogs, that stayed on his feet in spite of being so playful while in the water.

Friday, November 7, 2014

Stranded Somewhere in Bukidnon

We left my husband’s home town (Cabanglasan, Bukidnon) past 10:00 AM, November 2, not really rushing on a Sunday morning, but only enjoying the scenery of the still luscious mountains of Central Mindanao. Thinking when can we visit the place again, especially now that my husband's parents are already gone. 

Travelling at an average speed of 50 kph, we arrived at Malaybalay Bukidnon @ 11:30AM and decided to have our lunch at Jollibee, the kids favorite food chain. Later, stopped over at Impasugong for a souvenir shots with the giants.

The decision to take our lunch early even though we’re still full was indeed a very timely one because got stranded somewhere in Sumilao. 

Thursday, November 6, 2014

Flowers for Our Dearly Departed

I have been doing the same flower arrangement for a few times already, because this is the only arrangement I can think of that can fit our Angel’s little apartment at Divine Shepherd Memorial.

Our angel that we've 2 years ago...

photo not mine

The rest of the flowers I bought 2 days before, were also arranged in a separate container (an empty water bottle cut to an appropriate size), intended for my parent’s in law who rested in Bukidnon.

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