281/365 Sprouting leaves
282/365 That’s our niece wanting to grab her birthday cake
283/365 Multivitamins for men
285/365 Bakya or wooden clogs
286/365 Hubby’s stuff, he uses for drafting.
287/365 Our handy hammer, which I sometimes use at home.
288/365 Auntie’s pet. That’s my sister giving the youngest member on my side of the family is no longer a baby. My boy is indeed a young man.
289/365 Baby Shower cake
290/365 Magic Potion – A refreshing drink consisting of watermelon and calamansi.
It’s one laid back weekend for our family so we decided to hear mass early this Sunday and visit my mother-in-law. But before proceeding to my MIL, Hubs decided to take a quick look at one of the projects he is handling, Eton Centris Walk.
Eton Centris Walk is envisioned to be the new dining, lifestyle and entertainment capital here in the Metro. Strategically located at the corner of EDSA and Quezon Avenue, this oasis will make use of “green architecture” with lush landscape and covered walks. It will feature these huge, umbrella like structures dubbed as Eton Constellation. This reminds me of Clark Quay in Singapore.
Some of the tenants will have its soft opening on Wednesday, July 7. The grand opening is scheduled on July 15th. I wish I could take a photo of this during night time, I’m sure the lights will be fabulous. Here’s the photo of the constellation up close…
The kids strolling along while their Dad is at work…
That’s the highlight of our weekend. What about you? I hope you all had a relaxing and enjoyable weekend. Feel free to share it with us by leaving your link below…
Being an architect’s wife, I enjoy the trips to different stores sourcing for different construction materials most especially for the finishing part. These includes tiles, kitchen and bathroom fixtures, lighting fixtures and even furniture.
Not only do I take pleasure in this undertaking but I also benefit from it, I learn a lot! Last Saturday, after some errands, I told hubby not to take me home but I want to tag along as he visits one of the showrooms he frequent to in his search for tiles.
This is hubby at work …
As for me, I went around with my camera and took photos of the showroom. It’s interesting to know how technology has improved with regards to bathroom fixtures like this female urinal with a customized bidet fit for females.
Here’s one of their bathroom shower on display…
And of course, this showroom’s main product are tiles…
And more tiles….
It was a pretty laid back weekend for me and my family which is always a welcome change from our hectic schedule.
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Weekend was as usual full of activities for me and my family. The highlight of my weekend was a trip to my hubby’s construction site. Hubby is an architect by profession and he’s into construction, apart from his day job. His latest project is a residential house. Hubs usually takes me to his project in three phases : just before it starts, right before its finished and after the homeowners have transferred.
Since I am a layman in terms of construction, those phases are the only times I can truly appreciate the beauty of his work. The photo below represents the “right before its finished” phase. Only a week more before he turns it over to the owner.
If there’s one thing I can truly be proud of is that Hubby never sacrifices the quality of his work. Below is a picture of one of his workers finishing of a varnished door — the almost finished product is at the right side.
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Here are some of the photos from the interior of the house… (continue reading…)