Weekend Story: Making Time to be Home

Last weekend flew by swiftly. The hubby and I drove to Bacoor on Friday night with a stop over at S&R Baclaran to buy supplies. We would then spend the entire Saturday and most of Sunday at home. We only went out when we heard the mass on Sunday morning and bought some more supplies at the Robinsons supermarket near our village. These past weekends, we’ve been hooked on our smart TV. (We use it alternately: he browses Netflix while I turn to this cool site online for my movie fix; when I’m in front of the TV, he’s with our iPad and vice versa.) I also started crocheting again because I noticed that my yarn supplies were already collecting dust under the bed where I placed them, haha. I hope to finish my new crochet project (using a stitch I just learned) in the coming weeks.

Below are some photos from our ordinary yet very productive (entertainment-wise!) and fulfilling weekend:

for the love of scallops

scallops and brocolli stir-fry

less P100 for Atlantic salmon at S&R; this equals to four meals for the two of us already kaya sulit na!

pan-fried salmon with French beans

KFC dinner
KFC dinner with my in-laws on Sunday night in Manila

I have avoided red meat since September 1 and so far, I’ve been enjoying it. The hubby is almost convinced to join me in this dietary change. We’ll see in the coming weekends!

Enjoy the rest of the week, friends! 🙂

May you choose happiness always,

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6 Replies to “Weekend Story: Making Time to be Home”

    1. Natatakam pa rin ako sa red meat, sis, pero pinapanindigan ko na muna na wag kumain nun. Sayang naman kasi maski pano nababawasan na timbang ko. 🙂

  1. Parang ang sarap ng salmon and scallops na luto mo 🙂 Super healthy din. Ung salmon try mo siya ibake with lemon garlic and onting butter (pwede rin damihan hehe!) Hindi pa ako nakapunta sa S&R simula nung umuwi ako, I’ll convince my brother this weekend para makapaggrocery 🙂

    1. Pasado naman kay hubby yung salmon. Nakalimutan ko bumili ng lemon, kaya butter, salt, and pepper lang yan. Thanks, Jackie! 🙂

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