The Weekend That Was

Hello, Monday!

How was you weekend? Mine was quite eventful. Let me fill you in thru these photos.

I ordered this Chowking’s Panda Pao for the little girl. Too cute to eat, no?

Photo 10-11-14, 1 06 47 PMWe roamed around the mall and saw this Primadonna flats. I think I want it. I didn’t it yet, though. What do you think?

Photo 10-11-14, 1 53 48 PMThe little girl had her flu vaccine so as a reward, I promised to take her to the loomband activity happening at the event center. Here she was making one. She didn’t finish it though because the first girl teaching her just left her in the middle of doing this desing. Good thing another girl approached her and taught her how to make a fishtail loomband which she finished herself.

Photo 10-11-14, 4 06 48 PMThen Sunday, we stayed home for laundry. I multitasked laundry and these fishtail loomband below.

Photo 10-12-14, 4 24 53 PMEverything was okay until night came. I woke up from a siesta at around 5:30PM and cooked pancit canton for me and the little girl for merienda. We had it with bread and coke. Around 7PM, my stomach started to ache. I though it was just the usual kabag pain I always had before. The pain got worse at around 9PM. No matter how much I changed position, the pain was not being relieved. I was finding it hard to breathe. Around 10:30PM, I was getting dizzy, my hands were shaking, and I was perspiring cold sweat. The husband decided to take me to the hospital. Good thing there was a new hospital just outside the subdivision. After a few minutes of interview, the nurse administered meds into my veins which took about 20 minutes to take effect. The pain started to go away. At 12MN, we were already out of the hospital.

The doctor said it was gastritis. In short, empacho. It was the first time I had it. The doctor also advised me to go through an ultrasound just to rule out gall stones since gastritis is an indication of gastritis. I went for an ultrasound this morning and thank God I was negative of gall stones.

Whew, what a way to cap off the weekend, right?

Well, that’s it for me. I hope you had a wonderful weekend. And let’s have a wonderful week ahead. Shall we?

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On Begin Again and Garlic Pasta

I’m back! Waddup?

What have you been up to? How was your long weekend?

Me? Wait.

I had not feeling well since Saturday. What a great way to start the weekend, right? My body was aching. I felt like there was a lump in my throat and I was a having a hard time swallowing.

I was supposed to do the laundry but postponed that until Monday when I was feeling a little better.

I didn’t go to work yesterday and today due to cough. I think that explains the lump in my throat during the weekend.

What else?

I watched Begin Again the other night. I loved it! Have you watched it? If not, you should! I especially love the soundtrack which I downloaded right after I watched the movie. I love Mark Ruffalo. I think he’s a great actor. And of course, how can you not love Adam Levine? Right?

I cooked garlic pasta earlier. I’ve been wanting to cook it since I tasted Amici’s Aglio e Olio which reminds me I want to go back to Amici. I bought the ingredients 2 weekends ago but I only had the time to cook it today. I followed the video below on how to cook it. My husband and the little girl loved it or so they said to not hurt my feelings. 🙂

That’s all my kwento for now. Will try to be back tomorrow.

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See You at The Urban Food Collective Weekend Market

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The Urban Food Collective (TUFC) understands that food brings people together, that food is at the center of some of life’s best moments. Its vision is to be the premiere food community in the country.

Current, informative, and educational, TUFC aims to be the food hub where people can share their passion for gastronomy. TUFC’s online community will feature everything food – articles and recipes, exciting deals featuring the country’s best culinary fare, and “The Urban Food Collective Marketplace” which will retail unique food items and implements. To bring the online community even closer together, TUFC will champion various food lifestyle events, where foodies can meet and indulge in their passion for unique flavors and gustatory delights.

What’s love for food when you have no one to share it with? Let The Urban Food Collective be your community for food. Stay hungry for the good things in life.

The Urban Food Collective Weekend Market:

The Urban Food Collective Weekend Market is a carefully curated collection of purveyors. Located in CommerCenter, Alabang’s newest lifestyle mall, it is a place where people can comfortably gather, browse, and shop. It will be a venue for patrons to find a bevy of treasures from gourmet, specialty foods to local, artisanal arts and crafts. The Weekend Market’s activities and pocket events will give them the opportunity to learn new things or simply engage with the community.

For purveyors, it will be an opportunity to showcase their goods to a truly discerning crowd, while providing them with a gateway to other business opportunities with The Urban Food Collective. Also recognizing its responsibility to society, The Urban Food Collective will donate a portion of the proceeds from the Weekend Market to the Taguyod Bayan foundation, helping rebuild communities affected by typhoon Haiyan in Sara Iloilo.

See you at the market! Where you can find good food, good things, and goodwill.

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Hello there!

How’s the week been treating you?

If you’re not following me on Instagram, I’m reposting here my posts earlier today.

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My view from my desk.

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Saw this sticker inside the tricycle I was in this morning. I wanted to ask the driver if I could avail it. Lol!