Monday, I was on leave. It's was also a rest day for Duz so he accompanied me to Ortigas.
At Mega Mall, we passed by at El Pollo Loco.
Just few days ago, Popcy was telling me about this restaurant.
Sabi ko sakanya, di pa ako nakakain dyan.
Picture na lang muna. 😅
Chloe was amazed at this make up section. I've dreamed of having that kind of vanity mirror in my room.
Chloe and Duz had lunch while I was in a meeting with my cousin.
That was the first time after a long time I've been inside the mall.
To be honest, when I started working at Kinesio (Kingspoint, Novaliches), I cannot remember when was the last time I went to the mall. Work-bahay-work lang ang routine ko. Bihirang bihira akong makalayo. 😆
Ate Lanie is my favorite cousin.
We are freelance agents of business loans. I am scheduled to get accreditation from another financing company that day. Ate Lanie gave me four clients. We are working hard on those applications and praying -- God willing - all 4 clients be approved.
Tuesday night, Duz cooked creamy tahong.
That night, I sent my story to Relationship Matters PH.
And they shared part of my story on their page. Not everybody agrees to it. Everyone has a story.
I'm just glad that a lot of people shared the post saying that they can relate and agree to the idea.
Duz and I talked about it last night. I know not everyone will agree and everyone is entitled to his own opinion. I'm just sharing based on my experience and the experiences of people I know. But I also want to share part of the letter Richard and Maricar shared on their page.
You might not be able to control yung mga damages done by adults, but younger generations are listening to you both.
Somehow, I know this younger generations will change the current Pinoy culture.
Nakakabless po yung effect ng ginagawa nyo sa mga younger generation.
Wednesday morning, our team surprised our boss who was celebrating his birthday that day.
He was still sleeping when we arrived in their house.
Pero feeling namen, may idea na siya. 😏
We had breakfast.
And I went straight to my duty afterwards.
In the afternoon, our Boss treated us with pizza.
Yesterday, Chloe was with me at work.
She was a bit challenging yesterday. The truth is, raising kids is hard. I don’t always know what to do or how to parent well. Without God’s grace, I will fail daily. But I’m thankful that He covers all my shortcomings.
Before my shift ended, our boss gave us Brazo de Mercedez cups. It's yummy pero di nakakabusog. 😉
Today, we're expecting a typhoon. Thank God, the weather is still calm as of writing.
Please pray for our country and countrymen in the north side of the Philippines. Stay safe and dry.