Last weekend, the hubby and I spent Saturday night at Mall of Asia (MOA) for some couple time. We already had dinner at my in-laws’ place (we couldn’t resist my MIL’s chicken and pork adobo!) so we just had late night snacks there: DQ ice cream in our fave flavors, Jamaican patties, and cheesy corn kernels in a cup. Yummy!
our MOA view last Saturday night
When Sunday came, we practically stayed home. We went out for the usual trip to the wet market, but that was all. While I’m more of a homebody than the hubby, he also enjoys the warmth, joy and pleasures of being at home on occasions like this.
my date with Johnny Depp through his movie Transcendence
In between doing household chores, I got to watch two movies: Transcendence and Edge of Tomorrow. I even got to continue reading the book I was reading last weekend. He, on the other hand, read his Top Gear magazine. And of course, we spent a lot of time eating, cuddling and sleeping. Sometimes, staying at home can be very productive (and restful at the same time!) for us. Haha.
How did your weekend go, friends? 🙂
8 Replies to “Weekend Story: MOA Date and Homebody Activities”
Waaahhhh!!! I miss couple dates. And me time. Hays.
Date kayo ni hubby mo soon, pero parang narinig ko si S gusto sumama. Haha. Just kidding. Gusto ko rin ng “me” time, maraming maraming “me” time. 🙂
Yun na nga. She’s too big na kasing iwanan sa mga kiddie play places, eh wala naman kaming yaya…
When there’s a will, there’s a way.
Ay oo nga naman big girl na kasi. Haha, correct. That’s the spirit! 🙂
maganda yang movie na yan napanuod namin ni hubby nung isang araw. And favorite ko din si johnny Depp! movie time ang bonding time namin ni hubby e pag tulog yung maliit. =)
Nagandahan din ako, Joy! Scary pero promising, diba? Saka Dr. Caster had good intentions naman pala. People tend to be judgmental and afraid of what they don’t understand kasi. Hehe. 🙂
I miss MOA so much especially those restaurants fronting the ocean…
Believe it or not, I missed them also. I haven’t eaten there in a long time. Haha. But it’s good to know business is thriving in that part of Pasay. 🙂