The hubby and I were in two locations last weekend. Of course, Bacoor is a given. On Saturday, we celebrated Mame’s 65th birthday at their place next door. She invited some friends and neighbors over. Her nephew Kuya Neil and his family (they’re the ones based in Mandaluyong that we occasionally visit) also came to celebrate with us. It was a good celebration and we had lots of fun. We were also thankful to Mame’s guests for coming to her lunch party despite the rains and the flood they encountered on their way to Bacoor and in the city itself.
On Sunday, the hubby and I, along with my parents and my sister Jodie, attended the christening of our cousin’s baby in Pasig. The reception was held at Comida China de Manila along C5 Road. There we saw many relatives from my father’s side of the family. Ayun, kamustahan at kwentuhang walang humpay! Nag-enjoy kami lahat at umuwing masasaya. We even got to pay a visit to the St. Pio Shrine at Libis on our way home to light some candles.
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Last weekend was pure fun. My PILs have finally come back to Bacoor from Bohol after almost seven months. The whole family (including my extended family) missed them a lot! The hubby and I spent our weekend just spending time with them. On Sunday, they went to the St. Pio Shrine in Tanauan City, Batangas to say some prayers and give thanks to the Lord.
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Last weekend was restful. I got to sleep a loooot while the hubby did some household chores. In my defense, I fed him well with homecooked meals, hahaha. We, along with my SIL Albie and Mame, went out to hear mass on Sunday morning. Then, we did a quick grocery shopping to replenish our supplies at home. And that’s it for our ordinary but restful weekend!
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Last weekend was spent mostly at home. It was another boring weekend that we enjoyed to the fullest. I am actually thankful for the opportunity to laze around and rest. Aside from cooking our meals, I just went the Netflix-and-chill route the entire Saturday, hahaha. I got to finish a TV series and still had time to play games (Tongits and Toy Blast) on my iPad Mini. Meanwhile, my extended family (except for my father who opted to stay home) was having a grand time at some posh resort in Puerto Galera for our cousin’s birthday celebration.
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Last weekend was quite boring and laidback but relaxing nonetheless. We ate, slept, and repeated the cycle a couple of times. We only went out of the house when we heard mass and saw the doctor for a medical check-up (all’s good, thank God!). Easy and slow weekends like this comes one in every 10 so we are always grateful.
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