First of all, I’d like to wish all my readers a wonderful New Year! While some are making their new year resolution, this year I have no resolutions.
Maybe it is because my goal for this year is to Listen With Understanding..
enjoy each day, each moment
one day at a time, one moment at a time.
You should be quick to listen, but slow to speak and even slower to become angry (James 1:19), for anger does not bring about the Christian example that God desires.
What has been an eating style in the military has become a popular concept for get together here in UAE.
As we all know Boodle fight is a military style of eating where long tables are prepared and food are on top of the banana leaves. Viands and rice are ready to eat using bare hands.So it isn’t a surprise that this exceptional concept oozed into Filipino gatherings and celebrations.
Our boodle fight was prepared by a kapampangan chef ( naks naman ate Rowee 😉)
No wonder that all dishes are cooked with passion. Our food are variety of seafood, vegetables, pork spare ribs, gourmet tuyo ( thanks to Chef Florabel ) and my all time favorite “buro ng kapampangan”.
Once the table is set. We washed our hands and started the boodle fight with a fellowship. That’s one thing I liked about meeting Familia Sanchez. It perfectly combines two things never ending talking and unlimited food.
If boodle fight signifies the importance of brotherhood in military. For us boodle fights perfectly sum up the friendship. We give importance to our spiritual family, closeness, and to the value of fellowship.
Thank you so much Familia Sanchez for all of your kind words, advices, words of wisdom and love for our family. We love you to the moon and back 💋.
I hope everyone had a wonderful valentines celebration today. While most of the couples and family choose to go on a date, hubby and I had a lovely time in our house soaking up every minute with our kids. We cuddle, play and cooked simple dinner to celebrate the occasion. We end our day watching Diary ng Panget in Cinema One.
Maybe is just me but as soon as February starts rolling I start to think of summer. Sigh! I am not yet over with winter season.
Since it wont be for a while I am excited to share our post holiday party with you!
Theme: Candy Land Party.It’s a sweetest adventure filled with lollipops, chocolates and candies.
I love Christmas! Who wouldn’t love this season.Kids just make it so much more fun right?! We enjoy decorating our Christmas party and make it more memorable by preparing lots of games and prizes.
We had six major raffle draw courtesy of KM Leaders. Gifts were handpicked by yours truly. I made sure that whoever will get the prize will definitely jump for joy…hehe
Gifts are from Toys R Us and Mango.
WOW. Is all I can really say with our Candy Buffet. Totally loving on all the details.
I could have stayed for hours munching through all of the sweets. That make me want to be a kid again! Thanks Teacher Jen. Also the Rocky Road Brownies really rocks the crowd. It was ultimate fave of the guests.
After wrapping my head around the idea of making a photobooth, I came up with an idea that turned out so great. This photobooth is so easy you can literally put it together in minutes. Seriously.
Backdrop are made of IKEA christmas wrapper and a store bought christmas banner.
After you make your fabulous photobooth you are gonna need some cute props, right? Luckily over the years we’ve kept some of the props we used in our previous parties and added christmas headdress from Home Centre.
Without further adieu. I’ll let the photos do the talking of our DIY Photo Booth.
Thank you so much to all who helped us to make this possible. From the parents, kids, sponsors and teachers thank you for your commitment.
Valentine’s Day is here. It’s a day that celebrates LOVE!
I love loving you. Happy Valentine’s day Daddy A! I love my life because of you and the kids!
Hugs and kisses from the kiddos..
Special hug from your twinny… Our princess Isabelle!