George and I had a great time grocery shopping the other day. George grabbed a customer in training basket. I told him to put the stuff that mommy wants in her grocery list first. And so he put this strawberries in his basket and couple of stuff like donuts. He was very patient not to eat the donuts as I told him that he will only eat them after mommy is going to pay for it.
Later that day, the… read more
Tomorrow is my last day of hosting 366 Blog Photo Challenge. I felt honored to have completed one month sharing my adventures with you folks. I hope you get something good, and know me and my family a little better. I enjoyed hosting this and getting to know the people who really set their hearts in joining this meme.
My husband took me and George to see “Brave” in the theater today. This is George’s first time to be… read more
My second garden bed looks more lively today. The Romaine and Red Lettuce are showing up more foliage to harvest. It has been my second time to harvest for fresh lettuce salad lately. It’s my second time to harvest broccoli this week too. The cabbages haven’t showed any head yet and I’m a little sad as there are bugs in the air that keep on making holes in their foliage. My mom in law says they are probably attacked by… read more
Well summer is here and it is one of the hottest summers ever. For me, one of the best things that I can do in order to cool off is to take a swim in the pool. I just really think that swimming is very relaxing and I love being in the water when it is very hot outside. One of the skills that you should have when you plan to jump into the pool of course is to be… read more
I researched this week on how to process my renewal of passport. The Philippine Consulate in NYC requires, completed ePassport form (no need of submitting pictures for passport renewal because biometrics of the applicant will be captured digitally there), $60 processing Fee, green card original and photocopy and personal appearance without exception. There’s no need to schedule an appointment but to walk in by first come first serve basis. I remember I took pictures of the Philippine Consulate office when… read more
Deciding on your new family pet can be tricky if you have never emphatically been a cat or a dog “person”. Both animals make great pets but they do bring different qualities to the home. Dogs are far more affectionate and loving than a cat but equally demand more time and attention with walks and training. Cats can come across as pretty selfish and aloof but are perfect if you don’t have as much free time to dedicate to training… read more