I was able to catch Loving Vincent in the movie theatre – I had a friend who wouldn’t allow me to miss it – so to hear about an outdoor screening of the film in spite of it showing in local cable already was another must-do for us. It was for free, and I have … More (Tried) loving Vincent again
A light appetite post yoga class brought us to Larcy’s in BF. It’s a rare thing for the kiddo to just ask for a sandwich for dinner. Usually we end up in Starbucks when she’s in this kind of mood, and she’ll have a corned beef pandesal, so it’s nice to have a new go-to … More Sandwiches and cupcakes at Larcy’s
Because the heat took a lot more getting used to, in spite of best efforts, we felt that a hotel check-in was our best option for traffic-everywhere-fully-booked-everywhere Holy Week. I decided to focus our attention to the south, assuming that Makati’s finest hotels are already filled to the brim. We were 3 adults and a … More #embracingthesouth: Bellevue
(Updated) For no rhyme or reason, traffic was horrendous in our area today. What usually takes around 30 minutes by car took double the time, and then some. We were tardy for school. I heard the other kid who lives in our area arrived just a few minutes earlier than us. So when that kid’s nurse told … More Impromptu lunch at Kapeng Mainit
Well, just the afternoon if we’re going to be accurate. And not just any kind of farm, which makes this a great discovery and warrants more future visits and recommendations to friends. My mom made her birthday all about Akira by whisking us off to Costales Nature Farms in Majayjay, Laguna. Upon arrival, the first … More A day in the farm!
The husband and I have both pegged 3 years old as a good time for Akira to start going to school. Granted, of course, that school assessments also agree that she is ready. She’ll be turning 3 this April, so I’ve dedicated January for researching and calling up some schools that we like, as well … More Today is brought to you by ClubBambino and Nutella