I love watching TV series especially those that provides us lessons to follow in real life. Recently, I discovered that there’s actually an Apprentice show for Martha Stewart. Since I’m a huge fan of Martha Stewart, I immediately took some time to binge-watch all the episodes of The Apprentice: Martha Stewart.
A few weeks back, I shared our pre-wedding teaser. I felt that wow, we certainly chose the right photo-video team to cover our whole wedding! Ken and I were both excited to see the full version of the pre-wedding video but had to wait for our wedding day to see it.
Today is a very special day for me because I got baptized at this date! The exact date when I wholeheartedly accepted the Lord in my life was January 23, 2012. I’m now 5 years old! While I still hold my biological birthdate dearly, I can’t help but add January 23 to my personal special days […]
I’m the designated project manager for our wedding. Having a very tight budget, I decided to put a couple of Do-It-Yourself (DIYs). I browsed through Pinterest hundreds of times and one of the ideas I picked up there is to have a Date Night Jenga. This is one of the guestbooks that we had on […]
Ken and I are officially married! There are so many things I want to share about that special day of ours. So please allow me to post tons of things on this blog about our wedding. One of the highlights of our wedding is the speech of both my mom and Ken’s mom. I just couldn’t […]
I love cooking shows so I tried to find documentaries related to food in Netflix. Among the numerous ones listed, Midnight Diner caught my eye. I’ve never been to Tokyo but I’ve enjoyed eating Japanese food here int he Philippines. It would have been nice to watch Tokyo stories revolving around a food specialty one […]
Since subscribing to Netflix, I made it a point to allot some free time to use it. I have a knack for horror movies so I tried browsing through the selections. The first one that caught my eye is Hush. A movie about a deaf writer who had to fight for her life against a masked […]
I’m on a roll. Now trying another streaming service, Netflix. The first show I watched in Netflix is Fannie’s Last Supper, a 55-minute TV documentary produced by the people behind America’s Test Kitchen led by Christopher Kimball.