This week has been tough. And I was moping all day due to stress and feeling of low morale. I am glad though that I have a friend who is there for me to take me to a good barbecue place when needed. Continue reading
Who doesn’t love good ol home made Banana Bread. And thanks to my Ipad I was able to follow a simple recipe from this site with a few tweaks ( added choclate chips)
Nothing makes the Monday blues all sunny and warm than warm fluffy choc-chip Banana Bread
I am a firm believer that God exists and my relationship with Him is that of a Father and a stubborn, willful daughter. Often times I question the rules our church and there are days I feel like not attending service because I’m that stubborn of a child (Black Sheep if you will). I admit that I am no model citizen and more flawed than the potholes of our Main Street. Today, was one of those days I feel like my faith and patience are being tested. Continue reading
The great thing about living in a city with a rich Filipino community is the easy accessibility to take out Filipino food.
Normally my Wednesdays and Thursdays are my busiest days of the week, packed with meetings, inventory and more meetings plus the long drive through traffic on the way home; the last thing I look forward doing would be slaving another hour at the kitchen for dinner (and dishes) Continue reading
Qualcom Stadium, San Diego Chargers Opening Home Game against the Tennesse Titans
To most people they would say I am beyond lucky to know a generous friend who can score me tickets to the opening home game of the San Diego Chargers against the Tennessee Titans on Sept 16 Sunday. Unfortunately, yesterday marked one of the hottest days of the year for San Diego. As much as I appreciated the sweet seats just 2 rows from the goal post, I had to excuse myself every 10-15 minutes or so to seek a cool breeze and most importantly, shade. Continue reading