Friday, March 11, 2011

mommy moments

This picture was taken last Saturday before my son and his Dad went to Cityland office in Makati. My son is wearing light green shirt and dark shorts and is seen here strumming his green toy guitar, and oh, that’s his green Ben 10 car on his lap, one of the gifts he received last Christmas. Isn’t this a very green day?

Have a great weekend, everyone!

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Wednesday, March 9, 2011

Eating out during weekends is one of our family bonding activities. Two Saturdays ago, we found ourselves having lunch at Max’s Restaurant in Robinsons Galleria.

Eagerly awaiting our order

We had a really delicious lunch consisting of Family Fried Chicken, Pinaputok na Tiyan ng Bangus and Sizzling Tofu.

Family Fried Chicken, Half, Php220.00

The original, classic fried chicken that made Max's popular. It is cooked to golden perfection, processed in a very unique way which gives this product the unforgettable “sarap to the bones” quality

You wouldn’t believe that fried chicken this good is totally MSG-free. Yes, it’s true!

Pinaputok na Tiyan ng Bangus, Php229.00

Deboned milkfish belly stuffed with chopped tomatoes, onions and garlic. Grilled inside a banana leaf and topped with fresh tomato salsa.

I love milkfish, and this one’s super yummy! I almost finished the entire plate! LOL!

Sizzling Tofu, Php166.00

Tofu cubes with chopped onions, red and green bell peppers glazed with a special sauce topped with chilis. Good for 2-3 persons

You should really try this one! This dish is slightly spicy, which added to its already flavorful taste.

This is the second time in two weeks that we had lunch at Max’s Restaurant. The first one was at Harrison Plaza after our unplanned trip to Manila Zoo. Max’s Restaurant is the place to go if you’re looking for sumptuous Filipino foods at prices you can afford.

Monday, March 7, 2011

Last February 22, 2011, my son’s school had an educational field trip to Doll Joy Factory in Pasig City. I wasn’t able to join my son because I had a commitment on that day, too, but I made sure his yaya was there to see to his needs and to take pictures of what they saw inside the factory. I had to pay Php150.00 each for my son and his yaya for this field trip.

There were so many different dolls inside: sports dolls, clown dolls, ballerina dolls, Christmas dolls and dolls from around the world. The kids also had the chance to dress up the dolls on their own.

I particularly like the dolls wearing different school uniforms. They’re so cute!

That’s my son holding his newly bought robot (Php180.00) from the factory.

It took them almost two hours to tour the entire factory. My son was too tired when he got home that he didn’t have time to eat lunch anymore. He really enjoyed this educational field trip to Doll Joy Factory and he said he wanted to go back there.

Sunday, March 6, 2011

Don’t you just love it when everything in the office is spic and span? It feels so good to be working in a place where everything (telephones, desks, chairs, computers, etc.) is in its right place. It’s also so much safer when cable protectors and cord covers are used in the office. Rubber or plastic cord covers keep employees out of harm’s way. Because no loose wires are lying around, accidents and injuries are prevented. Do you feel safe and secure in your place of work? Does your office use cable cover, too?

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