The Science Circus Opens at The Mind Museum

MANILA, Philippines – Science Circus: Step Right Up! is the latest traveling exhibition of The Mind Museum, showcasing the amusing, the peculiar, and the extraordinary in our everyday experiences, in the form of interactive exhibits that deceive the senses and boggle the mind. Be ready to #EnterTheScienceCircus this coming October 28, 2016!

While the nearly 250-year history of the circus abounds with awe-inspiring demonstrations of physical skill – such as high-flying aerial artists, to death-defying daredevils – the Science Circus challenges our traditional notions of a circus by focusing on the mind’s “acrobatic” perceptual tricks.


As the guests enter the exhibition, they are welcomed by a festive, colorful façade which sets the tone for the sights and sounds they are about to experience. These interactive exhibits are displayed simultaneously in three adjacent Rings. Guests can go in any of the Rings in the order they please.


Ring One, or Deception Perception is a menagerie of exhibits that will prompt you to question whether to see is to believe. Can you always trust your senses? Is what you see as real as it seems? Can your brain produce motion where there is none? Your first venture into the Circus will unveil the “blindness” of your mind’s eye.


Ring Two highlights Pieces of Incredible Engineering, where guests can engage their minds in puzzles and relish how math and art come together. This central area is animated by simple machines, and engages guests in activities that evoke their inner engineer.


Last but not least, Ring Three is Encounters with the Masters, where guests can interact with and learn the secrets of the Masters of Illusion. They can take on the challenges posed by each Master, and discover how our brains can be ensnared by smoke and mirrors.

The Science Circus: Step Right Up! exhibition vividly illustrates how our everyday experiences are full of delightful secrets that we can uncover, to discover more about ourselves and the world around us.




*The Mind Museum’s traveling exhibition Science Circus will be on display in the Museum for a limited run, until January 31, 2017 only. The exhibition aims to travel to cities and provinces around the country as part of The Mind Museum’s mission to bring science closer to the general public.

Entrance Fees:

Science Circus* only                                  The Mind Museum (3-hour tour) + Sc ience Circus*
P200 / head                                                  Adults                                              P750
-Adult or Child                                             Child/Student (up to college)     P650

Kids below two feet are Free.

*Enjoy Science Circus exhibition for 90 minutes choosing from these timeslots:
9am-1030am  |  1030am-12nn  |  12nn-130pm  |  130pm-3pm  |  3pm-430pm  |  430pm-6pm
Limited capacity. Guests are welcomed on a first come, first served basis.

The Mind Museum Operating Hours
9:00am – 6:00pm, Tuesdays to Sundays.
CLOSED on Mondays.



From October 25-31, 2016, avail of The Mind Museum ALL DAY PASS + Science Circus* tickets
at P1,500 for 3 persons!
Purchase online at,
or from The Mind Museum Ticket Booth.
Special priced tickets are valid for use October 28, 2016 – January 31, 2017.

The Mind Museum will be open on Oct. 31, Monday, and closed on Nov. 1, Tuesday
to give way to the holiday.


For more information or for interested parties who would want to host this exhibition, please contact:

Facebook/ Twitter/ Instagram: themindmuseum


Mad Hatter Hat – A DIY Project

I love crafts. When I was a kid, I got interested in needleworks – sewing, crocheting, knitting, embroidery (mostly cross-stitching). I even helped my Mom make small items out of popsicle sticks  – like letter holders, pen holders, and photo frames – which we have sold during community bazaars around Christmas time. In my high school days, I learned how to make friendship bracelets out of embroidery threads and have given some of them to family and friends. And about 6-7 years ago, I tried my hand at beadwork. I bought a lot of beads, strings, and even tools including magazines and books (I scoured these from thrift shops) to start me off. I was able to make several earrings that I even wore back in those days. I even dabbled in scrapbooking though that never really took off.

I enjoyed embroidery. As for crocheting and knitting, well, the only thing I learned to make was coasters and center pieces.  I couldn’t even knit anything that is considered easy to make. My brother is actually a whole lot better than I am when it comes to these two crafts. You can check out some of his creations here (although his blog is no longer published and the Facebook page indicated now belongs to someone else).  The beadwork? Well, I still have a lot of beads left in one of my storage boxes after giving most of my stash away. I guess I’ve never really given much time to be good at any of these.

my stash of bead jewelry materials from a long forgotten hobby :)

my stash of bead jewelry materials from a long forgotten hobby🙂

Fast forward to now. My son is now growing up and will start schooling soon. It means squeezing out some creative juices out of the brain cells before they start frying. LOL, kidding! I realized that once you’re a Mom, as much as possible, you want to make everything your kid would need. From DIY birthday parties, DIY christening, DIY photoshoot, even school projects we tend to have the urge to do it for them… You just have that urge to DIY everything! And with Halloween just around the corner, I’m sure that Moms everywhere are already scouring ideas from Google or Pinterest on what their kids will be dressed like for the Trick or Treat activities. Just like what I did.

Last Saturday, we attended Mommy Bloggers Philippines’ Halloween Party and the theme was Mad Hatter Party. This was my second year to attend as well. I never planned on dressing my son as anything (just as I didn’t dress him up in a costume the last time). I also didn’t have plans of buying a hat and was just thinking of bringing one of his caps for the event. However, on Friday evening, I had the impulse to make one for the little boy, just so he can participate in the activities prepared. Good thing that the nearby mall was open until midnight and I got there 15 minutes before closing. I bought the little boy his own Halloween basket from the toy store then rushed to the bookstore to buy cartolina, art paper and glue.

It was a good thing that I remembered I still have a box of unused scrapbooking materials and decided to use it for designing. I gave myself an hour to finish it. I actually finished the hat in 1.5 hours. J Not bad for someone who’s not done something like this.

The proportions weren’t even but then it’s art. It’s not supposed to have proportions. LOL! I’m really bad at designing things. I didn’t know what to do with the paper string so I just wrapped it around the failed boarder transfer thingy, added the word “happy” for lack of other words to use (though now that I think about it, I should have formed “mad hatter”), and then wrapped one of my scarves around. There you go, my own variation of a mad hatter hat.😛

my version of the mad hatter hat :P

my version of the mad hatter hat😛

Unfortunately, the little boy didn’t want to wear it. Haha! He’s not too fond of hats now.


the stage momma in me appears to be waking up here…😛


“Mum, no, I don’t wanna wear that!”😛

My rushed artwork didn’t win but I sure had a lot of fun doing it. Let’s see what my next DIY project will be. Something for Christmas, maybe? We’ll see.

Product Review: Baby Care Plus+ by TupperwareBrands

Before I became a Mom, I was oblivious to the differences of baby products out in the market. I was not aware of all the news regarding harmful chemicals included in baby skin care lines. I never even considered the fact that there are harmful chemicals in baby products. I always assumed that all of them were safe. I was so grateful for the fact that my sister used to work in a health and beauty store and had attended seminar and workshops regarding the products that they carried. It was her who informed me about parabens, for one. After all the medical confinement of my son, I have been doubly careful in trying out products on him that I am not familiar with.

I was first introduced to Baby Care Plus+ baby cologne by my sister. She has been using it before and has used it on my son, too. The scent was very light and pleasant. None of those scents that could easily irritate the nose.🙂 So I grabbed the opportunity to review the Baby Care Plus+ line by Tupperware Brands.

Baby Care Plus+ White by Tupperware Brands

Baby Care Plus+ White by Tupperware Brands

For the past couple of weeks, my son has been using these products. Here’s what I can say about this line:

  • The little boy takes a bath twice a day: in the morning after breakfast and in the evening after dinner. And usually, too much use of body wash could dry out the skin – well, based on my own personal experience. Surprisingly, with the multiple use of the baby bath, my son’s skin didn’t dry out. Even without applying lotion (which I usually forget). And when he sweats after playing, he still smells clean and fresh.
  • The baby shampoo didn’t dry out the little boy’s hair, too. My son sports longer hair now since he doesn’t want to have a haircut but his hair looks a lot healthier than mine. And to think he even uses shampoo twice a day! This photo doesn’t really give justice but this is how long his hair is.🙂
sporting his long and shiny hair after his morning bath :)

sporting his long and shiny hair after his morning bath🙂

  • You don’t need much of the baby bath and baby shampoo as these easily lathers. Given that, the 100 ml bottle of each can go a long time.
  • I love the Baby Care Plus+ White baby cologne. The powdery scent of this one is truly unique, compared to other baby colognes out there. I have been using baby cologne myself for the longest time and I usually take a lot of time trying to find a scent that is not too strong prior to application as it triggers my allergic rhinitis. This one has a very light scent prior to application and the scent remains the same after application. The scent lasts long, too.
  • We always dab a little baby powder on the little boy’s body after bath. Though I used to worry if the little boy’s skin would dry up due to continuous use. So what we normally do is to follow it up with baby lotion. Good thing that my son’s skin isn’t that sensitive so even with the daily use of this baby powder, his skin doesn’t dry up.
  • There were baby lotions that my son has tried using before only to end up with dry skin. It took me a while to find one that is well suited for his skin, but find one I did. I was a bit hesitant to try this one at first however, I was given a sampler (a small sachet of baby lotion that was handed to me during one of the big bazaars) which I was able to try. From what I can see, the Baby Care Plus+ White baby lotion is very light and is very spreadable without that sticky feeling, much like the one my son is currently using. With that said, it looks like I have found an alternative product to use for the little boy.🙂
  • Using these 5 items simultaneously during and after bath doesn’t give you nasal irritation. Rather, these 5 products have the same scent and using one after the other doesn’t make that scent stronger. There is consistency in the scent. Also, the mild, powdery scent of these items last long, even when the little boy has been sweating.
  • The only drawback that I could see with the Baby Care Plus+ is that, these are not available in leading supermarkets. One would have to visit a Tupperware branch or to contact an authorized dealer to be able to make a purchase. I didn’t see any online shop in their website, too. I hope this is something that they can consider in the future.🙂

Except for the baby powder, the Baby Care Plus+ White products are available in 3 sizes: 100 ml, 200 ml, and 300 ml. The Baby Care Plus+ White Baby Powder is available in 5 sizes: 25g, 100g, 200g, 300g, and 400g.

All in all, I am happy with this product line and would definitely recommend this product to mommies with small kids out there.

If you got curious with this product line and wanted to give it a try, check out their website,,  for more details on the individual products as well as the price list by downloading their latest brochure or you may also visit the Tupperware branch nearest you. You can check the list of branches here. You may click on the same link if you have questions or you may visit their Facebook page, too.

Watch out for other reviews of Tupperware Brands.🙂






Disclaimer: This is a sponsored post. All products for review have been provided by the brand. However, all views and opinions written are 100% my own. 

BlogBiz: A Blogging and Chika Workshop by Topaz Horizon

I have been thinking about revamping this blog for a long time now but I never found the time to sit down and make a plan. Well, I had some time, but I didn’t have enough knowledge of what I need to do and the proper tools to move forward. I tried reading a lot of How-Tos and knowing the available tools out there but given that there are so many (and I mean, soooo many) resources available online – both free and paid, it’s just not easy to decide which one applies to what I want to happen and which one doesn’t. That’s when I realized that I needed to get myself “trained” to learn the skills necessary for me to be able to plan and execute the changes I want to make. That sounded too corporate-y, don’t you think? In a nutshell, I need to learn from experts.

I’ve seen a few seminars and workshops about blogging before but the schedule didn’t fit mine. I also found those to be on a more advanced level than what I wanted at the time. So when Ms. Frances of Topaz Horizon posted that she will be holding a blogging workshop, a immediately signed up. It didn’t matter that the initial schedule published would have coincide with the tactical planning session at work had it not been rescheduled (thank goodness since I no longer want to work on weekends as much as possible). Why did I sign up? The topics she planned to cover was exactly the information I was looking for. But what I got out of the workshop was so much more.


Let me share 3 of my take-aways from the workshop:

Focus on content.

Create content that is useful, inspirational, informative. Write content that will be helpful to readers. An example of this is when writing product reviews. It’s not enough to say that you liked/loved the product and that you’ll keep using it. It would be helpful to readers if we include specific information like: 1) what our reason was for trying it out in the first place, 2) what was the effect that we experienced, 3) how to avail or where to buy that certain product.

Write in such a way that the readers are enticed to read more of your story.  Make it worth their while.

Work on the traffic.

If we have good content but we don’t make an effort to share it to others, expect that there will be very minimal traffic. Increasing traffic is important especially if we are planning on monetizing our blogs. Social media is very powerful so let’s make use of it to build traffic. 4 tips that was shared are:

  • Devote 10 minutes to distribute your content.
    • Share your post in all your social media accounts or share in relevant groups/communities as well.  Visit other blogs, too, and comment on their posts (this does not necessarily mean that you leave your post link in their comment box and that’s it. While it is possible to share your own content when leaving a comment in other blog posts, make sure it is relevant to the topic at hand).
  • Write a good headline.
    • It’s no longer enough to just share post links as it is. Write a short description of what the post is all about. Make it catchy to attract readers’ curiosity. A good example would be clickbaits. LOL! But don’t just write post captions that are totally irrelevant to the content you are sharing.
  • Use images.
    • Beautiful images attract readers. This doesn’t really mean that we need to be professional photographers just to be able to come up with a pretty photo, you know. A very good example for this that I can think of would be recipe posts. Majority of the blog posts that shares recipes I’ve read contains lots of photos that makes my mouth water while reading.🙂 Probably I would have closed the post link had the photos shared with the content were of blurry images of the food which is being presented.
  • Use hashtags!
    • This was written in the presentation material with an exclamation point. I kid you not! This goes to show that, in the social media realm, hashtags are very powerful. It makes it easier for readers to look for content using a certain hashtag especially if they are looking for something related to an original post they’ve come across. Let’s use product reviews as an example. You have the content, you have the photos, you are sharing the post link in social media and you used a particular hashtag that is relevant to your post. Here comes reader who stumbled on the same hashtag that you’ve used on a different post and got curious so he searched related content based on the hashtag. Reader then gets to see your own content.
    • As they say, the more the hashtags, the better your chances of getting traffic.

In short, you can’t monetize without traffic.

How to attract brands?

A few points were discussed regarding this topic but I’ll share two important take-away about attracting brands. Brands usually have promotional events or they sponsor other big events. So when you are invited to one of these events, always look good. This doesn’t mean that you need to have full make-up on, complete with a ball gown and stilettos. Simply put, be presentable. Dress appropriately for the occasion. And on the day of the event, be sociable. Go around, meet people. Find the organizers or even the brand manager and just say hi. Thank them for inviting you as well.  There’s no need to rave about how grateful you are for being invited and making promises of writing great reviews and all that. Keep it simple.🙂

A lot more were discussed during the half day workshop but these points are the top 3 that I need to work on.

Anyway, here’s our class picture:🙂


I really don’t get starstruck with celebrities I see anywhere (and I’ve seen and bumped into a few of them). But meeting people that I admire and respect because of their expertise and experiences, that’s a different story. So when I came face-to-face with Ms. Frances, man, my brain went to down the drain, leaving me on my own as I try to come up with something intellectual to say. LOL! Good thing that I was still able to ask if we could have a photo together.🙂


With the lovely lady, Ms. Frances Sales of Topaz Horizon


So there. I am so happy that I attended. I would definitely love to attend a part 2 of this workshop. Here’s hoping for that part 2.🙂 For now, please excuse me as I go finish my homework.🙂

Blabber Chapter: Wake Me Up When September Ends…

…said the song by Greenday. LOL! Well, guess what? September is over. And we are a few days in October already. It’s already the 4th here on this side of the world. Barely 82 days before Christmas, if you are counting down.

September is usually the busiest month that we have at work. I used to enjoy it. The long work hours, getting overloaded with tasks with short deadlines, trying to finish everything before the month ends. I used to get an adrenaline rush just anticipating the work load that I would have. Some would actually say that I was a masochist back in those days when it comes to work. It never really bothered me. I lived for that kind of environment.

Well, that was then. This year, for some reason, I cannot push myself to be at least half of what I used to be. I have multiple tasks that could easily be finished in one sitting but I get it completed in a week, if I complete it at all. Maybe my being a workaholic for a very long time has finally taken its toll. Or probably, becoming a parent has changed my perspective. Add to that my being tired all the time, it seems.

Let me break that down for a bit. I’ve been in the corporate world for almost 14 years now. The last time that I’ve had a break in between jobs was between my first and second job – about 4 months. Between my second and my current job, I only had a week which is not really a break, if you ask me. That time, it felt like I just took a week’s off from work to celebrate Christmas before I started on a new job. And I never had any long breaks afterwards. The 2-week off I get during Christmas and New Year holiday doesn’t really count since I was used to bringing home work with me and checking in every once in a while, just making sure that everything’s working fine. So, to sum it up I have been working, working, working and working these past few years without realizing that eventually, I would need a real break.

So yeah, maybe I am already burnt out. I have been feeling it for quite some time but I tend to ignore it. However, I have been having a lot of realizations for the past few months and this is one of them. The feeling of being burned out is no longer something that I can ignore. Rather, I need to take action on it. So, for the next three remaining months of this year, I need to get myself back to the drawing board and write down a concrete and achievable plan for next year. I have a lot of ideas in mind but then again, knowing myself, I just start on something but never really finish it. So everything needs to be properly planned and followed through if I want my ventures to be successful.

Anyway, enough of that kind of mushy stuff. Let’s talk about something else.

Halloween is coming up. I’ve seen a lot of event invites in FB already for Halloween parties and all that. But to be honest, I really don’t believe in Halloween. As a kid, I never even tried attending Halloween events for kids back in my day. But when I became a Mom, the first one I attended with Z and my sister was the Halloween party of Mommy Bloggers Philippines. Z was only about 1 year 2 months that time so it was my sister and I who had fun. We never even had any costumes on. LOL!

no costumes :D

no costumes😀

We weren’t able to attend last year due to conflicts in schedule but hopefully, we would be able to attend this year’s event. *Crossing fingers*

So why do I try to attend Halloween parties? While I don’t believe in Halloween, I like bringing Z to these events for exposure. I want my son to be able to interact with other people and other kids his age. And I like to interact with other parents, too, you know. Given my status as a single, working mom, my time is divided between work and tending to my son’s needs. My social life is dying so events like these gives me an opportunity to interact with adults, too.🙂

I’ve been looking at my calendar and it looks like my October is fully booked. And there are even a lot more of events that I am interested in going to but it already conflicts with others that I have already booked. This should be fun.🙂

Well, let me end this post now by saying, “Hello, October! Looking forward to a fun-filled month!”🙂


A Car Show and a Coffee Date…

It’s been a very busy day for the little boy and I yesterday. We had a full schedule of fun activities to do.🙂

When I saw the Facebook event for the Philippine International Motor Show, I immediately checked out the schedule and the cost of the tickets. Since it was happening around the payday weekend (whoopee me!😛 ), I marked the event on my calendar and planned to bring the little boy to see the cars. You see, the little boy is pretty much a car enthusiast, taking after his late Lolo Daddy. It was his first car show event.

Luckily, Z didn’t have therapy last Saturday and it was really weird that I found myself fully awake at 7:30AM. LOL! I think I was excited to bring the little boy to the event. We left the house at around 10AM and got to World Trade Center by 11AM. Yep, you guessed it. There was slow moving traffic going to the venue. It was fine, though. We’ve got time.

As soon as we got to the venue, we paid the entrance fee (Z was free🙂 ) then made our way to the main hall. There were a lot of people already, roaming around, checking out cars and taking selfies with and photos of the cars on display.😀 Z and I had our share of photos with the cars, too. Here’s a few of them:

Some of the cars on display and Z's reaction on pretty much all of the great displays :D

Some of the cars on display and Z’s reaction on pretty much all of the great displays😀


Nissan Juke, BenCab's Beetle and Kia Soul :P

Nissan Juke, BenCab’s Beetle and Kia Soul😛


Testing the wheel :D

Testing Nissan X-Trail’s wheel😀

Nissan was generous with the kids going around the venue.🙂 They gave Z a balloon and they also have giveaways for kids.

Coloring book containing Nissan's different car models plus crayons :)

Coloring book containing Nissan’s different car models plus crayons🙂

After an hour and a half of going around, we left the venue and tried to look for food within the area. Unfortunately, there were too many people and all tables are taken with diners. Then I saw a free shuttle ride being offered by Suzuki. I took advantage of the free ride and decided to get lunch at SM Mall of Asia instead. I signed their waiver for me, the little boy and Ate Lhen before riding the vehicle.🙂

Free shuttle by Suzuki (source)

Free shuttle by Suzuki (source)

I haven’t been to SM Mall of Asia for a long time. The place is just too far and it’s quite a hassle to go to. Well, I still knew where the food places are so I had pretty much an idea where to go look for a place to eat. After a few minutes of walking, we ended up at Lamesa Grill. I was not able to get a photo of the food since we were all hungry but while waiting for the food, as is with what we usually do, I took a photo of the three of us.


Waiting for lunch to be served

Lamesa Grill is quite small and there’s not much distance between one table to the next. That would mean that when taking group photos, more often than not, it cannot be avoided not to have a few unknown people in your photo. And that’s okay. But when someone intentionally photobombs your photo by posing, that’s just rude, don’t you think? So I had to wipe the face out of the photo before I posted it in my FB Timeline.

Anyway, our day didn’t end there. I told you we had a full day yesterday, right? After lunch (and after a few minutes of heavy downpour), we took a ride going to Bonifacio Highstreet to meet with a friend from the mountain city who moved to the big metro with her family due to work. The little boy and I napped for about an hour on our way to BHS.

I planned to wait for my hometown friends at Bo’s Coffee since I needed an outlet to charge my phone. Unfortunately, all tables near the outlets were taken so my phone remained dead the whole time we were at Highstreet. We had our coffee session there since we already didn’t want to move.

When mountain city people meet, they have coffee. Hot or cold, doesn't matter :)

When mountain city people meet, they have coffee. Hot or cold, doesn’t matter🙂

We strolled around Highstreet for a few minutes after coffee, letting the little boy run around before calling it a day. It was fun meeting friends from back home. Somehow, it makes me feel like the mountain city is just somewhere near the vicinity. Or something like that. It just makes your surroundings feel homey, you know what I mean?

Side story: I was having quite an animated conversation with my friend when all of a sudden, someone approached me to say hi. I looked at her and my mind literally went blank. I should know her but for some reason, she was not registering in my head. Until she said something that made it click. It was May of She was with Nhessie of for coffee session, too. Gah! Man, that was really embarrassing. I am really bad with name and face recognition.  Sorry, May! I’ll make it up to you.🙂

Coming home, we had a quick dinner (thank God for left overs!) then the little boy slept.

It was a tiring day but it sure was a hell of a lot of fun. I had fun. Z had fun. Even Z’s nanny, Ate Lhen, had fun. And I believe my mountain city friends had fun, too.

Well, until the next car show.🙂


Blabber Chapter: September, September…

It felt like the start of the month just yesterday. Now, we are midway done with the month. Where did all those days go?

For some reason, I find this year to have gone by in a weird manner. Some days went by so fast, some days were too slow. And without realizing it, here we are, the first of the BER months. We’re still about 3 months away from Christmas and yet radio stations are already playing Christmas songs, even malls blast Christmas songs through their sound systems. Christmas decors are now being sold everywhere. Early Christmas shopping sales are being promoted, too. Well, too bad I don’t have the budget for an early Christmas shopping just yet. Priorities, priorities. Need to stop myself from impulsive spending. *sigh*


Cough and colds are back.😦 I think I might go visit the doctor for an antibiotic prescription now. I think this is due to the weather nowadays. The weather has been quite erratic lately – rainy, sunny, cloudy, stormy – and it’s hard to say if it’s going to be sunny in the next couple of days because even if forecasts would say it would be, the forecast suddenly changes the day before. It wasn’t like years ago when more or less, the forecast for the next 3 days are pretty much accurate. Climate change then? Maybe.


It’s been 4 months since we went home to the mountain city. And this is the longest stay of Z here in the big metro so far. It looks like he’s pretty much adjusted to the big metro life. Well, he’s not really a fussy kid. He’s just like any other kid who’s got mood swings every now and then.

Anyway, we’re going home for a short vacation next month. Spend some time with the family, meet with friends probably. It will be my Dad’s 4th year death anniversary as well. Don’t get me started on that just yet, otherwise, I will be crying buckets until I fall asleep again. But it will be good to be with family as we remember Dad.


Work. O.M.G. Work. Too much stress and tension at work nowadays. A lot has been going on lately and it seems that we’re all anxious with all of it. But then I can’t really talk much about that here. So, I’ll let things be. It’s going to be a sit-back-relax-or-not-but-wait-there’s-more-another-shoe-is-about-drop kind of moment. It just makes you want to sing that Greenday song “Wake Me Up When September Ends”. LOL!


I just got the photos of Z’s birthday party this week. It’s been sent by my brother since my sister’s having trouble with her internet connection. Looks great.🙂 I’ll be posting some of those photos soon, along with a review of the birthday event.🙂


It’s already 2:19AM on my side of the world. I’ve finished eating a bowl of instant noodles with egg (though I shouldn’t be eating at this time already since I am about to sleep anyway. As they say, you shouldn’t be eating 3-4 hours [is it?] before bed), I have run through my Facebook newsfeed (and I can only shake my head on what’s trending now), browsed through my personal email, unboxed the product samples that arrived today (whoopee! I can scratch fabric conditioner from my grocery list for the rest of the month🙂 ) and here I am, trying to unload my mind on this post.

Hey, I just remembered. You guys watched Train to Busan? Howcome Korean zombies run faster compared to American zombies? Have you noticed? Another thing – they infected others by biting people on the neck. Hmm, vampire hybrids? LOL! They also seem a lot more hyper than their American counterparts. Haha! Well, I enjoyed the movie. It actually gave me a good laugh.


Okay, I am ending this before I start on a lot of topics again and bore you to sleep. So, good night, my readers. I promise, the next posts will be a lot better. I’m still trying to edit photos and drafting the posts. Hopefully, I’ll have stories to share with you by this weekend.