I went home to Bataan for the Holy Week break. The night before I did, the s.o. of one of my colleagues gave us a basketful of Easter treats.
Thanks Tim for the chocolate eggs, jelly beans and mallow chicks!
It’s true. There’s nothing better than a good friend, except a good friend with CHOCOLATE.
Good Friday was just spent at home. I finished reading American Gods and started with My Daily Bread. I also stuffed my face with home cooked food and sari-sari store-bought junk.
We grilled some eggplant, fish, squid and porkchop. We also had some burong mangga and freshly picked indian mangoes.
Peanuts, candied beans, chocnut and ube-langka candies for merienda.
I have no right to get pissed for gaining 3lbs over the break.
Went to Mafi’s afternoon of Black Saturday. I will always be thankful that we live so close to the beach.
Despite the sad things going through my mind, I was happy and carefree that moment. Obvious naman sa picture, di’ba? Hehehe.
Eto pa. vanity shot naman.
Had to go back to Manila right after Easter mass and lunch.
My bunnykids (Joko and Kwe) and I changed our profile pics in fb to our Happy Bunny pic of choice.
This is what I chose:
This was in line with my week-long LSS of Daft Punk’s Digital Love.
But wait, there’s more! (lol how unoriginal) I found out from our parish priest that Pope John Paul II held mass at the Vietnamese refugee camp in our town 30 years ago. How cool is that? 🙂
A shrine for him will be inaugurated on May 2 at the former Philippine Refugee Processing Center (PRPC) – now Bataan Technology Park, Inc. (BTPI).
And with that, let me end my Easter 2011 post with a quote from the soon to be beatified Pope.
“Do not abandon yourselves to despair. We are the Easter people and hallelujah is our song.”
~ Pope John Paul II
BELATED HAPPY EASTER, EVERYONE!
listening to: The National – So far Around the Bend