Last Saturday night, I had a date with the two important men in my life: my husband and my brother. We went to Ayala Triangle Gardens in Makati.
The last time I was there was two years ago and I noticed a lot of changes in the park. For one, there are now more restaurants and the lighting was better. There are also more people going there now (I saw many adults jogging and several families dining out!) as compared to before. I liked it as it makes the place more alive especially at night.
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Obviously, I’m just exaggerating. Winter in Manila? It won’t happen in this lifetime, unless there’d be a change in our country’s location in the universe. But we can always have a cold weather, like what we’re experiencing the past weeks. Isn’t it fun? The drop in temperature outside (which averages at 18 to 22 degrees Celsius) makes me wanna sleep all day. Not bad, especially if I don’t have work to attend to. But I have, so I guess I’ll just reserve the enjoyment for before and after-office hours only.
I can think of tons of things to do during a cold day. Most of them can be done inside the house, no need to go out and spend money. Like cooking and baking. Or reading books. Or having a DVD marathon. Or listening to music. Or better yet, playing a musical instrument like a cheap keyboard piano. Or simply cuddling with my husband. You get my point.
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