July 4, 2011
Went to REYU again last Saturday with my cousin. For the uninitiated, Reyu is a Japanese Surplus Shop where you can find just about anything you need for your home. Furniture, decors, dinnerware, you name it they have it! The place is huge. Too bad I wasn’t able to bring my camera with me😳 But you can check it here.
Though when I got home, I did take some shots of my buys. It’s the best bargain day eva!
dinnerware for less😉
soup bowl for Php15.00
The bowl has a cute design😛
saucer for Php 10.00
plates of all sizes
plate slash fruit stand
The biggest of all plates and the most expensive @ Php 25.oo😆 serves as my fruit stand. Neat, eh!
the cuz's loot😉
Dinnerware ranges from Php 10.00 to Php 25.00 each. It’s totally a super STEAL!
Christmas decor what? Why not! I’m a cheapskate and in my hoarding world it’s the best time to buy Christmas decorations ‘coz they come really cheap. Talk about Php10.00 to Php20.00 price. Don’t worry they won’t be gathering dust in my tiny castle. They’ll go straight to my mom’s😉
London mail box for Php50.00
This is probably one of the most expensive buys I’ve had 😆
This didn’t come cheap at all. Uh-uh! Originally priced at Php200.00, a little haggling here and there and it was down to Php150.00. Woot-woot😀
With it on my wall, my wall will never be boring again🙂
How to get to Reyu?
You ask. Simple. From Ayala, take 13C going to Talamban. Tell the driver to drop you off at REYU. They know where it is.
June 12, 2011
Today is the 113th anniversary of Philippine Independence. Let’s celebrate FREEDOM😉 Mabuhay ka Pilipinas!
June 2, 2011
I’m definitely attending this. Who doesn’t want to be a millionaire? Everyone does!
June 1, 2011
I promised myself I’d put a spark to this site again. Sadly, I haven’t found a motivation to do so until now. I missed blogging SO MUCH!!! Though I’m not really good at this craft, it’s my way of chronicling every important events of my life. Who knows it’ll serve as a wonderful memoir for my future children’s children.
Why now? Well, simply because it’s the first day of June. June is the start of a new school year where I’m from. And I happen to have plenty of fond memories way back when I was a student. Doesn’t make sense, does it?
Anyway, I’m back and that’s all that matters. So many things has happened for the past 6 months. I’ll try my hardest to blog every major, major events that’s I’ve had. For now, here’s a peek at my little bro’s recent wedding.
li'l bro w/ his new wifey
November 28, 2010
Meet baby Sofia. She’s born 7.11 lbs last Friday, Nov. 26. She’s much bigger than her big bro. She’s as cute as a button. And she has dimples to boot😛
November 17, 2010
This was Ethan a year ago when he celebrated his 1st Birthday with the kids at a Daycare Center. This year he’s also doing the same thing. Such a great way to celebrate one’s birthday😛 It’s kinda nice that at a very young age he already knows the essence of generosity😀
HAPPY BIRTHDAY, my little man 😛 Tita Ninang loves you so😉
a portrait of momi and kuya Ethan
November 9, 2010
Sorry to disappoint but I’ve been deliriously in love with pasta. So as of late, I’ve cooking, tossing, and twisting pasta😛
With that said, here’s another pasta I’ve made.
HERB AND GARLIC PASTA
T-B: Basil, Garlic, Mushroom, Pasta, Cheese, McCormick Herb/Garlic mix, and Olive oil (not in photo)
You can omit the cheese and garlic if you like😀
1. Cook pasta until al dente.
2. In a pan, put olive oil. Saute mushroom then add the herb/garlic powder and garlic.
3. Toss in your pasta.
4. Garnish with cheese and basil.
Goes well with breaded chicken😀