Happy twenteen-eight birthday, Mama Jefel! Age is just a number, we’ll always be teenagers at heart. Teeheee! Loveyah!
Ma’am Nats a.k.a. Krungkie (as I fondly call her) is one of my closest girl friends. She’s also a former professor of mine back in college and eventually became a colleague when I started teaching in 2006. We’ve shared a lot of secrets, crazy and hilarious moments together and most of them are nakakasira ng dangal at reputasyon. She moved to Doha, Qatar last May to join her husband and 4 months later, she surprised us (with a baby in her tummy) and came back to Manila for a visit. She asked us to meet her up at Banapple, Katipunan.
Nats looks so healthy, glowing and happy! Ninang Iyra is excited to see her next inaanak.
Thanks to Rhea dear for this photo via Instagram.
I’ve been so stressed out for the past weeks. I could only sleep for a few hours, my mind is always actively running, I’m breaking out so bad and I feel restless all the time. All along I thought I’ve already mastered the art of beating up stress. But, no. Thank God I have my Dadi, good friends, good food and ice cream. Yeah, ice cream!
This Sunday, I was in the office for the board exam’s review. I’m the Course Director for this year so I have to be there during Sundays. One of my closest friends back in college paid a visit, since we haven’t seen each other for almost a year now. The night before, her boyfriend for 6 (or 7 years), finally proposed to her during an org’s event. Too bad I missed that episode in her life. I remember that we started planning her wedding though her boyfriend (now her fiance), had not shown any sign that he would be proposing to her soon. Girls love to assume, right? Hahaha.
The three of us had too much to talk about and we consumed lots of ice cream, pizza and cappuccino (not in the photo) without noticing it. It was still raining outside then due to typhoon Mina, but nothing could stop us from pigging out. We’re happy for Janette’s engagement, stressed out from work and other stuff and… crazy happy to see each other again.