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.
I’m so glad we pushed thru our plan to visit Cavite-based churches for our Visita Iglesia this year. We checked out a total of seven churches located in five different places: Bacoor, Imus, Dasmariñas, Silang and Tagaytay. Aside from the heavy traffic we encountered on our way to Tagaytay Rotonda and on our way home from Tagaytay, everything turned out fine.
After our fourth church, we had a late, meatless lunch at a Chowking store in Tagaytay. We also bought some fresh pineapples and other goodies from the roadside stalls. It was a long day for us but definitely very meaningful and fun. By the way, I was with the hubby and his family. My entire family was in Manila having their own Holy Week celebration. But the hubby and I headed back to Manila earlier than planned. I was able to meet with my family on Black Saturday and we heard mass together on Easter Sunday.
Our weekends in the past weeks were spent in our Bacoor home. It’s just the two of us, my hubby and I. We normally just relax on Saturdays and on Sundays, we go to church first thing in the morning. It’s a good thing that there’s a church near our place.
Holy Trinity Parish Church in San Nicolas, Bacoor, is pretty new. It’s not even fully-painted and furnished yet. But I like how it’s big and airy. The parish community is quite big, too, and is growing continuously. Outside the church is a wide complex dotted with shops, food stalls and public parking spaces. You’ll be amazed at how comprehensive the shops there are. I saw vegetable, fruit and meat shops as well as general merchandise stores. I even spotted a dog shop selling cute puppies, dog food and supplies including wooden dog houses similar to those wooden dog crates at DogKennels.com. Imagine that!