Tuesday, December 14, 2010

Hey Friend, It’s Been Awhile

Dear Online Diary,

It’s 11 days before Christmas and I have yet to finish my supplier’s ratings and kwento. My apologies, lovely readers and brides but I’ve been working on a new venture that may well be part of the new chapter of our lives. :)

Still, it cheers me when people send me private messages just to tell me that they like my blog and ask questions about our DIY projects. Thanks, sisses for reading my blog and my supplier reviews. Don't hesitate to shoot me an email whenever you have questions to ask or just to say hi. :)

How’s married life so far?

Well, I’ve been trying to learn how to cook. As they say, the way to a man’s heart is through his stomach. Although there's no need to fave the way much harder as I already conquered his heart (and mind), haven't I? Alright, alright. I'm going to say it --- Hubby L-O-V-E-S to eat. Those who know him will definitely doubt this reality because of hubby's physical built. Here's what I have to say--- Don't let your eyes deceive you.

As of today, I learned how to cook Chicken Sopas (one of his favorites), Pinakbet (his ultimate favorite) and… That’s it! hihihihi. Pardon me for not knowing how to cook. When I was part of the call center industry, I was the chicken-noodle-soup-girl. I cook instant noodles (or simply fry chicken, pork, hotdog and such), sleep most of the day and work when the moon and stars shone brightly. However, cooking for my hardworking husband can be very inspiring and fun so just give me some time and I can cook more dishes than I could ever imagine.

{My first Attempt: Chicken Sopas}

Our nest somehow needs designing and styling. I mean, it has plain white walls, a small kitchen, a living room, a washroom and a bedroom. You see, we want our home to reflect our personalities in every aspect. So aside from improving my cooking ability, I’m currently researching about all aspects of interior designing. Real Living is a big help, mind you.

{Our Humble Christmas Tree: Let's not forget that it's our first Christmas as Husband and Wife}

The adjustment period does not end there. As part of our marriage contract, I whispered goodbye to my so-called call center life and (hubby gave me the option to) be a plain housewife or a businesswoman. The first option is not really an option for me so I chose to run my own business. More on that later as it’s a work in progress. For now, all I have to do is finish the ratings of our remaining fab suppliers. Will post them tomorrow. That’s a promise! :))


1 comment:

  1. hi I like your wedding blog, keep it coming for more. Just grabbed your link, hope you grab mine
    at http://weddingcookiesandcream.blogspot.com, thanks



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