Truly, I am falling behind this project … but I still wouldn’t want to give up. This batch will contain 10 photos to let me catch up. Most of the photos were taken during our Baguio Trip.
92/365 It’s Good Friday — meaning were supposed to fast and no meat. So, I decided to prepare this Grilled Vegetable Salad. It’s also one way to make the kids enjoy veggies, you can find the recipe here.
93/365 Black Saturday, still no meat. This Anchovies pasta is a perfect dish, it’s not only yummy but it’s healthy as well.
94/365 Egg – Shaped Doughnuts from Krispy Kreme. An Easter treat I gave away to the kids last Easter Sunday.
95/365 In this heat, we should always remember to wear sunglasses to protect our eyes from damaging UV rays.
96/365 Candle Offering — We passed by the Our Lady of Manaoag Church and offered our prayers…
97/365 Aside from the weather, what I love about Baguio is the vegetables and of course, the fresh strawberries.
98/365 Cemetery of Negativism
99/365 – Father and daughter bonding : I just love seeing my hubs and daughter bonding together like this. Knowing that my hubby is not the showy type… this is just an awesome sight.
100/365 Anyone care for fresh strawberries?
We spent Earth Hour at our friends house. It was a welcome change from the usual stay at home since the kids get to enjoy the company of other kids and enjoy global action to change. It was like camping under the moonlight. Here are the kids enjoying the food as they await the lights off.
They played with glow sticks and ate all night long. It was truly an enjoyable night with close friends as we do it for a worthy cause.
Sunday was the day we celebrated my Mom’s birthday by checking in one of the nearby hotels. The kids had a blast as they go in for a dip in the pool with my sister.
We ended the night by having dinner at Arya Persian Restaurant.
To the greatest woman in my life… Happy, Happy Birthday! I LOVE YOU!
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If there’s one thing that truly fascinates me is the scenic sunset. Every time we go out town, I wait for the sun to go down with my camera ready to click.
This one is shot in the middle of the sea, on our way to Coron proper from Malcapuya island. It was the perfect summer sunset.