Happy Valentines day!
Today is just a regular working day for us... will spend til 12MN in the office (True Story)
Busy as a bee always so we both agreed to have our simple pre-valentines date last Sunday :)
It was drizzling a bit that Sunday afternoon, after carefully checking out the map before we left, mike still made a wrong turn on our way to Po Suk Jung ;p ,which is located in Oranbo Pasig, a street after Ynares Sports Center if coming from Shangrila.
We were surprised to see a resto like this hidden in the busy city of Pasig.
Mostly spicy appertizers, their kimchi is good :)
Must try Japchae! Mike and I both agreed that this is just yummy :) Serving is good for two
I also had fun taking his pics ;p
It was not yet dark when we left, we thought of passing by Pan de Manila for our snack later that day.We bought pandesal and tried their new "Bananamon" =D
Last night I received this from him :) , one of the chocolates I like = Dark Toblerone (which I'm munching on while writing this)
And from my boss, Ms. Ellen :)
Again Happy Valentines Day!
I know there are folks out there who call this commercialized or overrated day.
These post in twitter I saw last weekend is a good read. (thanks for darlene for sharing) I like what is written there because that is also what I believe:
"We celebrate the harvest. We celebrate the spring. We celebrate birthdays and death-days and the beginning of the year and the end of the year. We celebrate our parents and labor and Presidents. What in the world is so terribly wrong with celebrating love? I know not all of us have partners, but it is a rare soul who is without love of any kind. What kind of shrunken, sour heart does it take to insist that everyone else stop delighting in ritual and love? "