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Exercise Is Not Exercise Without Good Food

After our Sunday badminton date, A and I went to SM Megamall because she needs to buy Spanish dictionary and I have bank errands.

Of course the (un)expected happened. We got hungry. I volunteered that we eat at Terriyaki Boy and she readily agreed as we both love Japanese food.

We ordered Kani Salad, Chicken Terriyaki, Liver Nira and a pork dish, and shared a bowl of plain rice and washed it down with tea. A learned how to use the chopsticks because I was teasing her that she'll starve if she can't use her chopsticks. Burp Yummylicious!

Felt guilty about not inviting hubby and daughter along. (hehehe)

This is the part I love best about my Sunday ritual with A. Aside from playing the game to release a week-long stress, we always update each other on what's happening with our lives as well as gossip about the people that we know (shhhh!). And after the sweat-drenching game (really?) we always end up eating somewhere where our feet or rather tummy leads us. Sometimes its in Podium (pizza or Asian Fusion cuisine), pizza or burger near the badminton court, SM Mega (plenty of food choices there) and Shangrila-Plaza (plenty of food choices also). It would have been more fun and enjoyable for us if we can drag some of our college-mates but for other people, Sundays are sacred family days. We agreed to play in the badminton court near her school (she's a school marm) this coming Wednesday. If its nice there, we might as well play there during weekdays because I don't think I'll want to wake up early on Sundays anymore once daughter starts going to the big school this June.

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