One of the perks of staying in our Bacoor home during weekends is we get to practice being husband and wife. You know, just the two of us doing things together. Having house guests, however, has its own advantages. Like when my in-laws join us in Bacoor, for instance, and life suddenly becomes easier. You see, my MIL is very fond of doing household chores. Whenever she’s visiting us, she wouldn’t stop until she sees the whole house spick and span. Actually, she hates clutter so much that when she was still working at the restaurant, she would spend her days off staying at home and just cleaning up their house. She gets satisfied and happy doing just that. Now that she’s semi-retired, she still does a lot of cleaning (at their place here in Manila and at ours in Bacoor). I hope I inherit her “kasipagan” one day. Haha.
We drove to Bacoor with my in-laws on Saturday night and not earlier because we still had some errands to finish. We decided to have dinner at our new fave Japanese resto in Bacoor, Izakaya Shinchan. It was my in-laws first time there and I was glad they liked the food. We had kani salad, California maki, ramen, and ebi tendon, among others. I didn’t order gyozas anymore because the restaurant’s version (that we tried during our previous visit) lacked taste and had more veggies than meat which I didn’t like.
We spent our Sunday just chilling out at home, watching TV and eating homecooked meals prepared by my MIL. Another thing I like about her is that she’s a terrific cook! For lunch that day, we had sinigang sa miso na ulo ng tuna. Andami ko na naman nakaing kanin, kaines! Hahaha.
We were back in Manila by Sunday night. It was another weekend that passed by swiftly, quiet but fun, and left us with plenty of good memories (but almost zero photos).
Enjoy the rest of the week, friends! 🙂
May you choose happiness always,