So, hi y'all!
I am alive and kicking. But not kicking very high because I am currently sick :'( I haven't been sick like this- dry cough, cold, swollen sinus- in a long time. But I have been pushing myself quite hard this semester.
My life currently involves work for 8 hours, followed by graduate classes on Mondays, Thursdays, and Fridays, and I need a weekend from my weekends because I am doing back-to-back ministries helping out a youth group and serving and attending church. I have never complained, and this is not a complaint, mind you. I am simply telling the story of my life for the past month and a half. Despite the strength that I feel in my mind and spirit, my body couldn't keep up. Plus, there's a bug going around. So, I am calling in sick tomorrow to shake off the last of this cough and cold. And that's why I can blog a bit tonight. :)
I am really excited despite this hectic schedule! Since I was a wee one, I really wanted to get my Master's long before I'm 30, and that's what I'm working for now :)
I am currently in love with this Filipino restaurant that my sister and I have been frequenting, that we would drive for 25 minutes to get to it: Ben N Yan's!! Slurp!!
[Insert cliché: don't say I didn't warn ya; get ready to drool; gastronomical adventures (this so deserves a derp face because it's soooo pretentious)]
It's a shame that I used to snob Filipino restaurants because apparently, when your mom is a wonderful cook, you think that she's the only cook. Haha! But Ben N Yan's has an inviting, presentable interior with delicious food. (Sadly, some Filipino restaurants look so cheap-o :( )
Another of my food loves is Cookie Spread. ♥♥♥
My family and I can finish a jar in a week!
Stahp it! Stahp it some more! XD
|Didn't watermark it. Go ahead~ I'm willing to share the love♥|
This entry is not only about goodies for the tummy. I also have one photo of a goody for my face:
|SK-II has finally arrived on Guam at the DFS in Tumon. Heard it had a cult following. Had to try it. :)|
And if Ben N Yan's and the arrival of SK-II did not already attract you to Guam, ;) here is an article by BBC to further peak your interest: BBC Travel: Guam.
Anyway, I do not promise that Guam is paradise. Some people I know have come and go: had a blast for a year or two but then became bored after that and have been itching to go. I've always wondered the reason for that... I am not bored because I am always busy here, although I feel the occasional wanderlust. I guess this is my home, that's why. Yes, that must be it: the idea of making Guam home.