Archive for April, 2008

A Trumpets Moment

Look at what we did during the few minutes break that we had in the Trumpets musical theater workshop last Friday! πŸ™‚

Fun! Fun! Fun! πŸ™‚

People Who Love Photo Shoots. Haha! πŸ™‚

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Crafts Day!

I attended a Beaded Accessory Workshop at The Coffee Experience yesterday with Em Mariano. It was an almost whole day event with lessons on how to make really simple accessories and turn them into high-class accessories – ones which can really be sold! πŸ™‚ I’m not that creative though (I envy Em as he effortlessly designed accessories right in front of us. πŸ™‚ ) but I’m glad that I have learned something new yesterday! πŸ™‚

This was my first time to engage myself in such craft so I took some photos of the stuff I made and the people I’ve met. πŸ™‚

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Doctor At Last! :-)

My sister finally finished her medicine proper course after such a long wait! Of course, there are still the Masters program, internship, boards, and residency (long way still if you really come to think of it – this made me decide not to pursue medicine way back in college :p ), but at least she’s half way through. πŸ™‚ It was a rather less chaotic and a definitely shorter graduation (unlike the one I then had) since there were only 19 of them who made it! πŸ™‚

Congratulations Tin! πŸ™‚ Here’s to more sleepless nights!!! :p

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The Cook In Me

Cooking has never been appealing to me. I would sing, dance, act, speak on stage, do yoga, play some sports, and would dare to try anything in this world, except for cooking.

I grew up having my hands-on mom do the cooking for us. When I went to a college far from home, I stayed in a dormitory run by nuns where meals were all prepared for us. When I started working, I ate out most of the time, and whenever I got the chance to stay home – at my Aunt’s place at that time – cooking and all other forms of food preparation were never a problem. She always had a cook run the kitchen. Basically, I spent my 26 years in this world in most places except the kitchen. I have never fancied myself cooking for dinner get-togethers or family dinners. I have always seen myself as the guest, but never the host.

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