Our swimming is suppose to be tomorrow afternoon in just a nearby public pool, but apparently our couple friend got some conflict with the schedule reasons why we are cancelling it. Hopefully we'll be able to have a summer bonding before the summer ends.
I was watching this show on television about health, beauty and wellness. The guest to this show happens to be a former beauty queen. The show got my interest reasons why I did not change channel during that time because they were discussing about how to use as beauty stuff some things we have in our kitchen such as; sugar, milk, oil, egg and a lot of veggies we just can find and buy cheap at the grocery store or at the wet market.
I was surprise that the sugar and cooking oil I have in my kitchen could be a good source of a beautiful skin. Just mixed sugar and oil then put in face for a while and it could make your face fair and smooth. But if you have severe face problems like acnes and pimples, then you really need acne treatments and should see a professional for that.
Hubby's birthday is coming soon, and honestly I don't know yet what to do even though I have ideas but still I don't have any fixed plans yet. One thing I might though is prepare a special meal and invite some friends over, of course I won't inviting a lot of people because I will prepare just little food.
Gifts: i don't have any particular gift in mind for hubby as well. whew! I just don't know what to give hubby, I actually knew some things that he really would like to have such as; acoustic non-electric guitar and some other stuff that I totally forgotten (but this thing I cannot afford this time).
If only hubby loves to cook like me, I might get him gifts from Grilling Gifts for Men, I say grilling because I meant we can have a grilling party with friends all the time when we have grilling stuff. But I don't think hubby would appreciate a grilling gift that much as I do. Well, anyways I got a mixing stuff as a gift from him for Christmas. So, I think he might like this as well. Don't you think? Lol!
Mat 27:57 When the evening had come, there came a rich man of Arimathea named Joseph, who himself also was Jesus' disciple.
Mat 27:58 He went to Pilate, and begged the body of Jesus. Then Pilate commanded the body to be delivered.
Mat 27:59 And when Joseph had taken the body, he wrapped it in a clean linen cloth
Mat 27:60 and laid it in his own new tomb, which he had hewn out in the rock. And he rolled a great stone to the door of the sepulcher and departed.
Mat 27:61 And Mary Magdalene was there, and the other Mary, sitting opposite the sepulcher.
Mat 27:62 Now the next day, that following the Day of the Preparation, the chief priests and Pharisees came together unto Pilate,
Mat 27:63 saying, "Sir, we remember that that deceiver said while he was yet alive, `After three days I will rise again.'
Mat 27:64 Command therefore that the sepulcher be made secure until the third day, lest his disciples come by night and steal him away, and say unto the people, `He is risen from the dead,' so that the last error shall be worse than the first."
Mat 27:65 Pilate said unto them, "Ye have a watch. Go your way, make it as secure as ye can."
Mat 27:66 So they went and made the sepulcher secure, sealing the stone and setting up a watch.
Thinking about the house we just bought (a loan thing-y) and our recent financial status made me a little bit worried. I really don't know how long we could keep on believing that this dream house could be true. This is the time where I totally put my hopes in the Lord because there is nothing I can do with this situation.
In a year and a half (God willing) from now, hubby and I will be making our last house move (hopefully last) because we will be transferring to our new and permanent home. Hubby and I have loads of plans when it comes to interior and exterior designs. In fact, he already has plans about putting a mini-garden in front of the house. He is thinking of putting a bermuda grass and a stepping stones so that people won't step on the grass when they visit our garden.
My friend: the event coordinator friend, is coordinating a just an over a day outing for our circle of friends that we called "basha". We are all looking forward to it, since it would the only official get together that we have.
And since we will go for just a day; my friends kids could come. I am expecting a fun, more fun, chaos, more chaos day. hehehehe (just over acting).
Well, no one knows where would this be though, but I am hoping and excited for this day. Hopefully all of my friends could come (and hoping too that no kid is sick or else we would miss a family and that is not fun.)
These past few months was not a good time for our teams vehicle because it was always brought to the repair shop. Since hubby was assigned as the caretaker of the van, it's his job to brought it to the shop even though we have a rule that says: whoever use it and ruined it should be responsible to fix it, but it doesn't happen all the time, so hubby has to do it.
If we only have a repair shop like rv repair that we could always count on life would be better for both hubby and the van. We are happy though that in spite of the busy schedule of the van it is still doing great and has no repair shop appointment.
I was talking with my in-laws the other day about how would we spend our summer specially now that the kids are out of school since it's summer break. We really have great time talking about beaches, swimming pools and resorts.
Last year, I and some friends went to Ilocos Sur and Norte and have explored the city and other tourist spot and also have visited some beaches as well. We have great time together and I even remember playing "it" in the street during night time under the moon light just like kids.
This year I am dreaming of going back to Boracay. I've been there three years ago and I miss it and would like to go back. I don't know though if this thing would happen specially that everyone is busy and has children already. So it's really not that easy to schedule a trip, but how I wish though that it's only and hour away from here in Manila.
It's been almost a month that I've been doing a vegetable diet. I don't eat rice that much or I just ate when we are with our friends. Some friends said that I lose some weight but I don't really feel it. I don't really know if the vegetable diet really is effective with me. Or probably I just ate much veges too reason why I still don't slim down.
How I wish there are fat burners that offers no side effect or is pregnant friendly because I really needed one specially that my friend wedding is sooner than I think. If only I could take adapexin-p and would not worry about the effect it would give to my baby when I get pregnant. But I cannot take the risk. I would rather be fat and is pregnant than slim but has no baby.
We don't have any plan yet for this summer, not even a beach plan or out of town as we used to be. I don't know why though. It's maybe because everybody is busy or we are just in low budget. Not really sure why.
I really hope that something would pop-up and everybody would agree.
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