After more than a year, Raviv and his Ninang Light saw each other again last Tuesday! At first, shy-shy pa si Raviv. But when he saw his Ninang Light’s “pu-fong” (cellphone), all pretenses of his being meek were gone!
Before Light and I left to have dinner, Raviv was already close to his Ninang Light. In fact, when the photo below was taken, he was patting his Ninang Light’s lap and saying, “Ninang ko, Ninang ko.” I guess Ninang Light was so touched that she felt compelled to give Raviv an impromptu very galante belated pamasko cum pa-birthday, hehehe! Tuloy that night as I was tucking Raviv to sleep, one of his last words before sleeping were, “Ninang Light. Thank you. Money.”
Light and I had a quick dinner at Faustina’s. There, we crammed all the gossip we saved for more than a year! Of course, our friend who eloped with her Brazilian boyfriend dominated our gossip mill. Wink wink! And of course, I interviewed her about her fantabulous digipermed hair! I swear I’m going to get one soon! First Elaine’s made me salivate; Aimee’s made me seriously contemplate, and now Light’s curls seals the deal!
I invited Light to stay the night at our place but refused to as she didn’t bring clothes and because she knew we might stay up the night gossiping. And she’ll be late in waking up and will be late for work. So bitin ang chikahan. It just made me miss her and my other dorm best friends all the more!
Anyway, here’s what I was at the end of that day; medyo hagGardo-us Versoza na, thus the “tousled” hair:
And here are the details:
- White blouse with tied bow from Kashieca
- Gray vest from Divisoria
- Semi-boot tan peep-toe wedges from Liliw
- Skinny jeans from Giordano
- Yellow shoulder bag from Charles & Keith
Upon getting home from my dinner date with Light, I saw Randy’s friend at home. He said I looked teacher-y. Nye.
Actually, my day started quite early that day as I had an early appointment in Tanauan, Batangas. After my appointment in Tanauan I spent the rest of the day meeting other school administrators in Batangas. But during lunch break, I was able to squeeze in some tiangge shopping. See, the day before was the fiesta of Lipa City thus there were some cedera/tiangge on the street. I saw a really nice necklace hanging from a stall so I had to stop. And good thing I did because I got some really nice cheap finds!
Aren’t they pretty? 🙂 And would you believe that the necklaces on either side cost only P100 each! Yeeeees! The one in the middle with the owl pendant is only P50! I actually bought more but I gave them away. Every recipient was ecstatic! 🙂
When I went to SM later, I saw very similar necklaces that cost soooo much more! Price range was P250-P450! I smiled triumphantly at my earlier purchase. 🙂
And oh, before I end this post, lemme ask for your advice…what do you think of this blouse?
It was on sale–a R.A.F. Plains & Prints blouse with OA ruffles. I was really tempted to buy it yet I didn’t know where to wear it! So I left it. Should I have bought it? Whaddya think? I’ll wait for your replies, OK? Malay n’yo mapabalik ako sa Plains & Prints boutique na ‘yan!
Thanks in advance, bye!!! 🙂
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