Weekend Story: Alone and Productive

The hubby went on a field trip slash bonding activity with his masteral group last weekend. It was a 2D 1N kind of event so we weren’t able to go home in Bacoor. I was left in Manila at my PILs’ place the entire weekend until the hubby got back from Subic on Sunday night.

Since the place where my siblings (and parents) currently reside in is just across the street from my PILs’ house, I spent most of my Saturday there. I was able to eat less, too, primarily because I didn’t have the hubby with me. But no, it wasn’t because I got emotional and missed him terribly (though I have to admit I missed him a bit!), it was just that he has a big appetite and he tends to influence me to overeat. Haha.

the hubby inside one of the control rooms at One Subic Power Generation Corp.

calm Subic waters

On Sunday, I worked at the restaurant for a few hours and earned some money. (Now, that’s the productive part I’m talking about.) The hubby got back at around 6pm-ish with a bag of Cheetos and two packs of chocolates from Puregold (the duty-free shop in Subic today) as pasalubong. We slept early to prepare ourselves for the coming work week.

Have a great Monday, friends! ๐Ÿ™‚

May you choose happiness always,
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12 Replies to “Weekend Story: Alone and Productive”

  1. Cheetos and chocolates?? Wooow! You husband is the best when it comes to pasalubong. Now I want the cheetos jalapeรฑo. ๐Ÿ™‚ my weekend is crazy busy. I really think i need this kind of weekend.

    1. Thanks, sis! Uy, hindi ko pa na-try yung cheetos jalapeรฑo ah! Yes, we need that kind of weekend once in a while. ๐Ÿ™‚

  2. I have always thought that I am overreacting when I am missing my husband when he’s away even for just a night. It’s comforting to know that I am not alone! Apir! :p

    1. Tagal ko na hindi nakabalik ng Subic, nakakamiss tuloy. Yan ang isa sa nakakatuwa sa kanya, very thoughtful. ๐Ÿ™‚

  3. I read somewhere that, generally when you’re with a person who has a healthy appetite, you do tend to eat more, too :). It’s probably because when you see somebody enjoying/appreciating every mouthful, it also makes you a bit more appreciative of the food you eat (empathy?).

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