Wednesday, September 2, 2020

A Blessed 31st amid the COVID-19 Pandemic


For the very first time, I posted all my previous wedding anniversary blogs daily in fb as a prelude to this year’s 31st celebration. I’m proud to have completed the six-day countdown. You may click any or each of the links below for a throwback.


Apologies to my fb friends who might have been bombarded with these old blog posts for several days now. My thanks to all who already reacted and greeted us in advance by writing their comments. But special thanks to all who took time to click the link and read my posts. Your very precious click has certainly spelled magic by adding to the views which I monitor closely in my blogger dashboard (as all other bloggers do)! That meant you are helping me grow my blog. Oh, how I enjoy keeping track of all reactions in fb (👍 ❤️ 😲) but I love the clicks to the link more! 😀🙂🥰😍😘

When news of the lockdown came in March, hubby (a Math Professor at the University of the Philippines in Los Baños) deliberately timed his travel home, side-tripping to our new residence in Taguig where our two daughters (whose workplaces are in BGC and Makati) had been staying.


Blogger Tricks

Sunday, August 9, 2020

Bacon-asparagus Wraps



One day, a friend sent me a video recipe of Asparagus Roll-ups. Hmmmm... it really looked yummy! I confess it made me crave for another asparagus recipe I have tried before which my kids loved- - - Bacon-Asparagus Wraps! 

Saturday, July 25, 2020

Crocheted Clothes Hanger Cover



Love at first sight, it was again for me, the moment I saw the crocheted clothes hanger cover by Naztazia. Even in my sleep, I kept seeing the colorful hanger covers she made with kanzashi flowers as embellishment.

Monday, May 25, 2020

Campuestohan Highland Resort: A Summer Get Away


A long overdue prequel to my post,
The Ruins of Talisay

Saturday, May 9, 2020

Ensaladang Ampalaya (Bitter Melon Salad)



When the Enhanced Community Quarantine (ECQ) took effect in March this year in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, we were made to implement a skeleton schedule for a month. That caused most of us to report to work at least twice a week and work from home for the remaining days. Hubby was fortunate to arrive home from work before a lockdown was imposed in our region. That meant he would be home the whole time... and that also meant I had to prepare fish and veggie meals while he’s home.