The Month of the Heart of Winter

the new leaf of January is my Month!

Christmas rush at Paseo

Well, it may look stressful because shortly after we arrived from Clark last Sunday we drove to Cavite and spent the following day doing my psychotherapy 🙂  Shopping!

And I cannot think of any place nearby except Pavillion Mall and Paseo de Sta. Rosa. We chose the latter because of my, you know, fascination to Debenhams Outlet Store 🙂 . I wanted to hoard because of the big discount however, there was a small number of stocks then. I had a single purchase, 50% off the price plus another 20% markdown that day. It was a pretty good deal! Another purchase was from Marks & Spencer Outlet at Php500+ only 🙂 .

By the way, we met up with cousins, Mr. & Mrs. P, Moki, Buknoy and baby B! See the tiny little Baby, outgoing at the age of 1month old and 6 days. We were supposed to drop by at Nuvali but skipped and settled at Summit Ridge Promenade for dinner.

We all decided for the usual pizza parlor –Shakey’s, where we had most of our dining occasions.

So, what’s shakin’? We all shared a Family Meal order –spaghetti, party size pepperoni pizza, family pack chip ‘n’ chips and two pitcher of iced tea. I am not sure if we were just hungry but we loved the pasta serving 🙂 .  Even the kids, loved the yummy sauce!

Before we head home I had to take pleasure in experiencing most of Tagaytay breeze and of course the Christmas sightings, which keeps on reminding me that Christmas is just a few days from now…



One response to “Christmas rush at Paseo

  1. Pingback: random happenings in december | The Month of the Heart of Winter

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