On this day, promises were made to us, Filipinos. Wang-wangs and others were no more-sure sure. I will tell you what I think after 2 years and when I see real change. If you can fix the traffic all over Metro Manila, I will rejoice!
It was dinner with Core friends that night. I don’t like Japanese but when a certain someone insists and suggests, we surrender. Dining in Omakase at ATC where the lighting was good.
There we were, waiting for service and some friends.
These two have radars for picture-taking. They can always sense a camera pointed at them, and instantly they smile. Even if they’re not the subject they smile, and then you feel guilty for not taking their picture that you have to take their picture afterwards.
You can eat her if you find her delicious. Haha! She didn’t want to show her food but she says its a thumbs up.
It’s not that wild.
Lawrence’s American Dream arrived before he did. Febby thought it was a show. We were mesmerized by these American Dream. Does it taste like burger, fries and Madonna plus Brad Pitt on the sauce?
Bea says she slept and woke up late. I think its work messing up her body clock.
Expensive little chocolate for dessert!
We were already done with dinner and ready to pay and leave. Then this “busy” girl arrived looking for little expensive chocolates.
We were talking about driving, runs, and life in general. We were that noisy table where 2-3 persons were talking at the same time. At the table, there was like a web of conversations. Example: I would be talking to Bea who is at the other end of the table. On my left, Cha is talking with Lawr and Selle who are seated in front her. Mara and Febby, seated beside each other, will be talking too. Only we would understand how it works.
To Starbucks: Bea drove to park near Starbucks. Lawrence and I wanted to experience a near-death journey. Haha joke! Then, we guided her to parallel parking which resulted in an I-don’t-care-how-far-I-am-from-the-car-in-front-of-me-I-will-park-this-way. That’s how she rolls.