The Brady Bunch invited us over for a dinner at their newly bought home near our area. We were so excited because we miss Bumble Bee very much. We only see her at church ever since I stop baby sitting her.
Can you tell their excitement?
After dinner, we went to their lawn for a bonfire. It was very relaxing and fun especially for the kids.
Family walks are always fun. Sometimes my husband talks about moving but when we take a look of how good the neighborhood is, it quickly erases the idea.
With big fields to run around to, it's hard to find that in other places.
Since hubby is retired and currently attending school, we don't have to worry about moving. The situation will of course depend on his next job so hopefully he could get one where we don't have to move somewhere.
The beauty of nature always fascinates me. The last photo showed a group of deer that tried to run away when they heard us from atop the hill.
This pair of Boardwalk shoes is the only high priced shoes I have ever bought when I was still working in Divine Word College of Legazpi. I think, I paid 1k+ pesos on this one ( for me that's expensive lol). I brought the shoes here and it still in mint condition. This pair of shoes is one of the pairs that I like wearing.
There is a new addition to the Starvaggi Recreation Park this year, the Splash Zone. The kids wanted to try it out so we went there after church and the kids had a blast.
My husband said that this pool used to have a diving board and that it was deep. Our neighbor, who is a manager there, told us that there is a leak at the bottom of the pool and they couldn't fix it so they just made it into 6 feet in order to fix the leak. Now, there is no diving board anymore.
THe Splash Zone get packed whenever a time out or the pools are being checked.
It was too hot where the kids pool are so I went uphill where there is shade and just watched them from up there.
It's funny that I don't want to get dark but most people are laying in the pool chair t get tanned hehehe. They must think I am weird as I wrapped a towel in my arms.