“Tuli” (circumcission) turned out to be complicated for Migi. We went thru 2 doctors just to cut some small piece of skin in his pennies.
I have a different race schedule now. Instead of races I need to join, it’s now of races I need to market / promote.
Because it was my first time to fly alone, it deserves a blog post. Mark was already ahead for a conference. And, we decided to take a side trip to Batangas for the Taal Volcano Trail Run http://aktib.ph/968-1st-taal-volcano-360-challenge-25km-trail-run so I followed him.
We kill-time at Resort’s World which was a fancy place. I kind of wonder what’s the crowd there. It seems mostly people who just arrive from abroad, or about to
Lunch at Mrs. kurusogawa (or something that sounds like that), which according to foursquare is owned by Marvin Agustin. I’m no japanese food expert but food was like rai-rai ken on a steroid price. The old lady beside kept saying “bad service.”
The last date of pedia visit on mati’s baby book was 2011. It’s because we’re pretty dependent with Doc Tin, Mark’s cousin. She’s the kids’ school doctor, and a neighbor so there… And, thankfully, we did not have any major health issues that needed some further consultation with their pedia, doc fortunato. Buyag!
The moms were talking about immunization costs, which is a topic that always pops up in pedia clinics. With 3 kids, I really have not much choice but to forego the expensive ones. And, aside from the basic SOP immunizations, I’m not really a big fan of immunizations. Dirt is, for me, the best immunization. 🙂
I got a lovely flourless birthday cake from Mareee Flor. Order any kind of baked goodies from her at this number (0917) 625 6482.
If the emotion is not going to help me move forward, quit it!
It’s Thursday now, and Friday tomorrow! How did time fly like that? I’m making this trying to recount what happened to me from the last day in SG to PechaKucha night.
But here’s an OOTD first, from our last day at SG.
I’m just showing off my running belt bag which is useful when “travelling.” =)
We arrived with some beautiful views, and I thought that it must be a good sign for our upcoming race.
We took as much sleep as we could when we got home. We woke up around lunch time, then it was time to prep up all the stuff we need for the Coast to Coast. We were doing it self-support again so we must take all the stuff that we would need along the way.
I attended mass before heading to the race assembly area for additional guidance. =) For some reason, we were able to finish it. It was way beyond cut-off time, and with the much help of friends. (Will post the whole race story at aktib.ph)
As Mark said that I’m already 30+ years old, why the fear of talking?!? Yeah, right! =)