|Sleep Over Marathon Week! -- 17 Down/35 To Go!||Photo courtesy of me|
Then of course, there were the sleepovers with friends that made the week all the more interesting. If it weren't for those, I'd be posting dailybooth pictures of myself all week cause I'm boring like that. And now that those sleepovers are over, my life returns to it's state of boring-hood -- which I love. Hello summer!
[+] Spoke to PB after forever and I was just so happy to see him/talk to him over Skype. He's coming home in July so I'm probably going to be putting off work till he leaves. I can't be working when he's around, right?
[-] Also found out about Swine Flu. My father couldn't believe I didn't know anything about it. Well yes, I've been living in a Bones bomb shelter so nothing really entered my ear when it came to anything that wasn't Bones-related.
Wednesday & Thursday // Sleep Over Number 1
|Sleep Over at Sophie's||Photo courtesy of me|
[+] I arrived earlier than the others so Sophie and I watched A Very Special Love and Sex and the City before the others arrived.
[+] The food was amazing. Sophie had stuff over from Italiannis and I couldn't stop myself from eating. I swear I was bloated before Wednesday even ended.
[+] When Tracey, Ali and Anna arrived, we watched How To Lose a Guy in 10 Days but I mostly slept! I'm such an oldie. I managed to wake up right after the movie and we stayed up talking as usual.
[+] Then we had a late lunch-ish thing at Razons and I finally finally finally got to eat my halo-halo that I'd been craving.
[-] Going home, the traffic was terrible!!!! I was stuck on the road for almost an hour when it usually only takes me 20 minutes to get to Sophie's house.
[-] I got home and watched some Bones (the last 2 episodes) before falling asleep and not waking up till Friday. So much for a sleepover.
[+] I went to buy books in The Mortal Instruments series though and I'm really excited to read it, cause everyone seems to be raving about it, so I might as well check it out.
Saturday & Sunday // Sleep Over Number 2
|Overnight at Iza's||Photo courtesy of me|
[+] Iza's mom gave us some money so we could go to the casino in Tagaytay. And well, we're not exactly the biggest risk takers ever. Lee-Ann and I lost 100 pesos in the slot machines (cause that was all we planned on losing though). While Iza won 100 pesos! It was our first time and we didn't even have beginners luck!!!
[+] We made up for gambling by going to TWO churches that day. We saw the Pink Sisters church and Our Lady of Lourdes both in Tagaytay. So pretty the churches. And since they were new to me, I got to make wishes!!!
[-] The traffic was terrible on the way home so I was glad I wasn't driving. After dinner, Lee-Ann tried to get me drunk (for the first time) but the taste was awful. I had some gin with Sprite and Kool Aid and it was not working for me. I don't know how I finished it (probably with the excess amount of Sprite) and then I had a shot of Absolut vodka which also tasted even more horrible. Lucky I didn't get drunk or even tipsy, but my body was really really warm.
[+] I also converted Iza into Twilight fandom. So funny cause she was crying while watching the movie. I mean like real actual tears. Maybe she was drunk, but it was so funny watching Twilight while being semi-inebriated. SO much more entertaining.
|It's in the Cards||[me]|
[+] After swimming, we had lunch and some more card playing. Lee-Ann taught us this hula thing where you think of a guy and do this series of shuffling and card picking and all till you see how your hearts are aligned etc. The perfect placement is when the king of spades and queen of hearts are beside each other facing each other, while the ace of hearts and ace of spades are also next to each other. Obviously, I did not get that.
[+] When I got home from Alabang, Manny Pacquiao had already won his Two Round boxing match against Hatton and my dad was beyond excited. I fell asleep again (as I always do after sleep overs) just in time for our dinner out at Yellow Cab. Now that's a fun summer first week.