The kids left for Balesin last friday morning (for the long week end) with their friends and cousins. And that means only one thing.
I will be left alone with these 2 for a couple of days.
Will I survive my week end?
I worked the whole day. I had a few jewelries to ship and some for picked up. I did the packaging myself.
One of my friend/customer had her jewelry picked up by her driver and sent me food from her Korean Resto, Korea Garden.
Thanks Pam Garcia! You sent 2 of my favorite Korean food. Beef stew & Kimchi!
Watched TV with my fur babies and Facebook to death. hahahahahahaha!
I worked the whole morning. Delivered, shipped & did my paper work. In the afternoon I pampered myself. Put on my facial clay mask, did body scrub, cleaned my make up drawers, my closet, my bags, etc.
I put hair mask the whole afternoon while I blogged.
Saturday night while I was watching tv, Facebooking and Facetiming I decided to open one of the chocolate box that Claudia’s grandfather sent her the other day.
Oh no. These has liqueur. I am allergic to alcohol. But I still tried it. I ate 1 Mandarine Napoloen & 1 Grand Marnier only. I got buzzed with just 2. But it was yummy tho’. You can hardly taste the liqueur, you know it’s there because of the smell but you only taste a tinge of it. Love it. But I was worried of my allergies and my acidity.
So I opened the other box.
hmmmm. The picture on the box looks yummy! I opened it only to realized it was not chocolates. It is a serving dish FOR chocolates.
That look like this.
I know what to do with this. Definitely I’m not going to use this to serve chocolates!
When I woke up I texted the kids to ask what time the driver will pick them up in the hangar.
They said they’re arriving late afternoon. I did my usual morning rituals and assembled the chocolate serving dish.
And now here it is:
Wheeeeeeeyyyy. It looks so nice on my vanity table.
And now, I’m just waiting for the kids to arrive while I’m blogging.
I survived my week end!
Spending time with your self is indeed good for the soul.
“Associate with the noblest people you can find; read the best books; live with the mighty; but learn to be happy alone.”
– Saul Bellow