Being a date night, A picked me up from work and asked if I wanted to go to Eastwood for dinner. Remembering that the place was on sale, I figured it might be a good idea to check out some items. Unfortunately, I didn't find anything I like enough to purchase. So, we just decided to have dinner. Not knowing what to try out despite the presence of a number of restaurants that we haven't tried out yet, we found Chuck's Deli right past Mr. Kurosawa.
from right: garlic rice with mixed veggies, sunny side up eggs (with parsley and cayenne pepper), and italian garlic sausage
Snuz has had 2 vets in her 11 years of existence. Unfortunately, she's medically abandoned for some time because her first vet passed away due to old age. The other one migrated to Australia for greener pasture.
chocolates and candies for A (as the Great Leodini would say, "prom Japan" *Great Leodini dance moves follows*)
It's a weekend again and A gets to have some home-cooked dinner. Although the takeout food that I brought home from work yesterday wasn't bad at all: Chapchae, Chicken in Green Curry, and Fried Spring Rolls (thanks to Jatujak and whoever runs the Korean kitchen in the cafeteria).
Snuz knows what to do in front of a camera
When it comes to combined hours of quality time, Snuz would come up with the highest figure in our household. A and I have different days off from work, so our bonding time kicks in after work. Snuz, on the other hand, gets to have a solo time from A and I 4 days a week plus the daily after-office misadventures we all engage in at home.
Today, Snuz gets to go rowdy and tire herself out before her afternoon nap. Me, I'm just planning to take the day off from everything else and nap myself away.
After eating at Lugang a few months back, I wasn't excited about trying out Taiwanese dishes anymore. A wants to go back one more time to try another dish (in case we just ordered the wrong "specialty").
We've known about Shi Lin for a while now, but only had a chance to try it out yesterday. Oriental-inspired lights and Chinese music welcomed us as we entered the store. The place isn't so big, but it doesn't look cramped either. The place is well-lit and wouldn't mind sitting there for a while.
Well, it's not a surprise spa party for me (or for anyone else). It's more of the experience that I've had from attending one. I do not consider myself as a social butterfly (talkative as I am). I try to limit my social interaction to office colleagues within the workplace. Those whom I have worked with could attest to that. I'm barely present during parties except for times when: (1) I'm the assigned organizer, (2) it's a wedding or baptismal - too special moments for the ones sending in the invites and, (3) I just wanted to go for whatever reasons I have for that day.
my daily company