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Turning Five

Daughter is officially five years old today. And in the blink of an eye, she's big already. I remember her as a little baby in my arms, her first steps at Rizal Park holding her Hello Kitty shoe! Making lots of friends in school and drinking endless caramel milk frap from Starbucks. Getting crazy over Barbie and now with Polly Pocket.

Prepared pasta carbonara and hotdog; ordered pancit palabok and someone cooked sisig for daughter's birthday party. Ate H bought the chocolate cake from Goldilocks.

We invited cousin H along with kids, M and A, Ate A and K, cousin M, wifey K and the kids- R, P and A. Then Ate L came over, as well as P and JJ and E. H and K are also present. Ninang P dropped by after the party. It was fun and the house was full of happy visitors.





Today's News:
- warrantless arrest being made by the AFP and PNP to those people believed to be behind the foiled coup plot and inciting rebellion against the government
- rescuers packing up after a week of searching for survivors at the St. Bernard landslide in Leyte
- a marine chief was replaced; there are some tensions in Fort Bonifacio. Malacanang is heavily barridaded

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