Step 2: Options

Ate at Mey Lin before going to the Weddings and Debuts 2012 Bridal Fair at SM Megamall last February 17, 2012. Weighing options with a ton of brochures at Bo’s Coffee after.


I came across an online forum at Female Network on DIY weddings and got so many wonderful ideas. Dadi and I already have a theme in mind, but the exact and more important details (and moolah) are yet to follow. I like the wedding to be really personal, as if every single thing you see in our wedding represents “us.” I hope we’ll be able to do it.
                                                 Photo Source: DIY Wedding

I also found an interesting site on DIY weddings:

The things I do when I’m bored and getting stressed with so much work and reading. Heheh.

Valentine’s Day: 2012 Edition

Sweetness and cuteness combined

Our second Valentine’s day together.  Dadi knows that though I’m ultra girly, I’m not a flower and teddy bear type of girl. Still, he gave me pink roses (yes, pink! not red, yey!) with a tiny teddy bear and red, heart shaped-pillow. Okay, I gave in. And I’m slowly turning into a girl who loves flowers, teddy bears, anything heart-shaped, and Valentine’s Day. <3 Thank you, Dadi! Ab ab! <3

Some more Valentine presents I received from friends, students and Dadi:

(Belated) Happy Valentine’s Day everyone! Keep on spreading love and happiness! 🙂

The CnD Experience

Just some pics. XD

B&B meet C&D

Dadi and I are silent rushers for years already (I started listening to The Morning Rush when I was in high school…that’s more than a decade ago!), and this is one of the gazillion things we have in common.  Talk about being compatible, huh? Great minds think alike. Birds of the same feather are same birds. Really. Korni ko. 😀

So, when the The Best of Chico and Delamar’s The Morning Rush Top 10 book was released, we bought our copies and even went to the first book launching and signing at Robinson’s Galleria last January 28, 2012. Unfortunately, we didn’t make it to the cut off. Fortunately, there’s another book signing at National Bookstore, Trinoma last February 4. Registration was said to start at 11 AM, so we were there at 10:08 AM, thinking that we would be the earliest to fall in line. But lo and behold, we were No. 108 and No. 109.

Look at that pila!

We also saw one of our students there!

Hello, Hazel! May bonus points ka daw from the Dean. :))

And we gave Chico and Delle these:

From Chico’s Instagram. He thanked us for these via Twitter. Sweet. 🙂

Finally! 🙂

B&B and C&D!