My Weekend Vaca
I went there last October 31, 2014 to spend the All Saint’s Day. All of our departed loved ones were buried there so whenever its All Saint’s Day, we gather in the cemetery and have our own mini reunion. It’s weird but that’s like our own happy place. We get to reunite with not only those who have left us but also those who we don’t see very often because of our really hectic lives. Sadly, I wasn’t able to take photos while we were there because we arrived a bit late. It was really hot, compared to the weather last year.
Anyway, I stayed there for three days, and I had to say, it was the most peaceful weekend of my year so far. Life in the province is so peaceful. I haven’t been there for nearly six months and I really missed it. I missed my Diko’s family to bits (though I see them pretty often, still, nothing beats spending quality time with them).
My sister in law promised to cook my fave fried chicken. Apologies for the photo. It was already ransacked. Pretty obvious that we all loved it. She taught me how to cook it but I still can’t get how she makes her fried chicken tastes like that. (Apart from fried eggs, corned beef, spam and other easy-cook meals, that’s the only thing I know how to cook. Her fried chicken)
Anyway, I really had fun during that weekend and it flew by like it was nothing. I was just supposed to stay there until the 2nd of November but I left at the 3rd. If I had no work that day, I might stay a bit longer than that (even though I don’t have any more clothes, lol). I miss Miki and Max (Miki is the poodle and Max is the bullmastiff). They’re the sweetest & brightest pets anyone could ever wish for.
Stay tuned for some reviews. Oh, and let me know if you want to see my travel makeup bag. Would love to share it with you