#CultureShock: Sending Greeting Cards

One of the Culture Shock in a GOOD WAY that I like is sending Greeting Cards to families and friends. From Simple Birth Announcements, Birthday cards to New Year greetings. I remember when I was a kid – our parents always tell us to write a greetings to our grandparents, Uncles and Aunties but when…

Advertisements

Thanksgiving 2015

I can’t say Life is perfectly good. It has its own ups and downs. This season of Thanksgiving is just in time to remind us to be thankful before year ends, to enjoy the festivity of the holidays to come and look towards the new year! This year I almost spent my year being pregnant, it’s a…

Report of Marriage – Part II (via Outreach Program)

Since our Report of Marriage via mail to Los Angeles was rejected, here’s the Part II of filing our Report of Marriage to the Philippine Consulate. By this time is via the Outreach Program in San Diego California. [Related Post: Report of Marriage to the Consulate- Part 1 (via mail)] Again it is important to report our…

Kids’ Bedroom Improvement Part 2

After changing the carpet to wooden floors and painting the walls from our Kid’s Bedroom Improvement Part 1, Raymond’s toys, books and stuff organization is the next problem. Of course boys will be boys with their lots of toys and clutters! We put a bunk bed (for our upcoming 2nd baby) and a big shelf that helps…

Filipino Style Pork BBQ Recipe

Finally found a Filipino style Pork BBQ marinade recipe  for keeps! Ingredients: 2 lbs Pork Shoulder or Pork Belly. I prefer combination of both since pork belly has mostly fats. Minced Garlic ½ cup Soy Sauce, low sodium preferred ¼ cup Lemom juice ½ cup banana catsup 1 can Sprite, some people like it ginger…