What do you do on Halloween?
It seems that through the years trick or treat activities have become increasingly widespread in our part of the world. Even malls or department stores are selling more costumes nowadays, whereas before it was quite difficult to find nice ones. If ever you do, it’s usually quite expensive. Now, I see a lot of reasonably priced getups around… and cute ones too! My kids are able to change costumes every year (or every other year at least) because of the many options available.
So every year, they look forward to trick or treat… It’s not really because of the goodies. It’s about the dressing up and the fun of going around with their cousins, friends and other kids.
Where have all the girls gone?
Girls will flock to the the finest event of the year : The 1st shopping soiree in the Philippines on October 30 & 31 at the Rockwell Tent, Makati… “Luxe: A Luxury Shopping Event”
Don’t miss as Manila’s creme de la creme products gather under one roof for two full days of free flowing drinks, goodie bags, & complimentary beauty services to complete the shopping soiree!
Indulge…enjoy…relax…and get pampered at the Rockwell Tent on October 30 & 31!
All I want for Christmas is a MacBook Pro.
But all I can do is… Sigh. Sigh. Sigh.
The New October 2008 MacBooks
Here’s the making….
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This is a huge statue or figure of an ape holding out its hand in a mini zoo in Tagaytay. Sort of like King Kong. It really isn’t that scary when you look at it at daytime. The size may just intimidate some people especially kids such as mine.
However, while the sun was setting, I decided to take a snapshot of this huge figure… and the photo of it came out quite spooky with the eyes, teeth and hand glowing against his pitch-dark body at a dusky hour of the day…
PH#12. Photohuntin’ since August 2008.
Only 67 days until Christmas. Time flies, doesn’t it?
Have you done your Christmas shopping?
Avoid the rush. Avoid the hassle. Shop early.
Shop online at Sundrench and Shophouse.
“Family Doodle of a 4-Year Old”
This my eldest daughter’s doodle of our family when she was 4 years old. She loves to doodle, draw and paint. See, there’s her younger sister on the leftmost, then herself holding her “dream” dog, our house supposedly, Dad and Mom. Hmmm, Mom looks tall because of the hair… 🙂
I love to keep my kids’ drawings. It always brightens me up when I look back at them.
PH#11. Photohuntin’ since August 2008.
“Are cats lazy? Well, more power to them if they are.”
“Just a thought. Every morning (except on rainy days), I go out to our garden and look at the cats that sluggishly sleep and sit on our garden set.
One morning, I woke up and was too lazy to go jumping up and down the bed and calling out for Dad, Mom and my older sister to wake up, which is what I usually do. I serve as their alarm clock. Normally upon accomplishing that task, I go out to bask under the morning sunshine and see the cats.
Today was different. I felt like lying down, keeping quiet and just hugging my ball. Mom and Kai was trying to cajole me to get up and play. Their efforts were unsuccessful.
Well, not for long though. After about twenty minutes, I felt energized and was up and about… back to my usual self!”
PH#10. Photohuntin’ since August 2008.
“Better by far you should forget and smile
than that you should remember and be sad.”
– Christina G. Rossetti
This is my eldest daughter trying to emote a sad look on her face while we were eating out and playing around with the camera. I love to take pictures of my family, friends and our gimmiks… which means we are all normally having fun. So this is probably the “saddest?” image I can find after rummaging through our photos. This one was really a photo hunt!
PH#9. Photohuntin’ since August 2008.