Bubble Bath

By: Genna May Geralde Bandal

Bubble bath bubble bath!

I just soaked in a hot bubble bath.

This day really had me gotten busy!

Now I’m so so wow wow sleepy.

Tomorrow’s flight is so so early!

Because I still need to worky worky.

These thoughts I had randomly!

Because I live my life so happily.

Hey I knew it sounds so crazy!

Oh well oh well I had never been this funny.

Good night to me, good night to you!

In the world of dreams, I will see all of you.


Weekly Photo Challenge- Purple

PURPLE→ The color purple is often associated with spirituality. Spirituality is a common, general, almost universal meaning related to the color purple yet, spirituality is a very individual thing and the specific associations will be unique to each person. One way that purple holds spiritual meaning for me is that it’s associated with knowledge, insight, imagination, discernment, connection, spiritual understanding and wisdom. I find it extremely soothing and incredibly spiritual. I love surrounding myself with purple things. Do you love purple too? If so, take a look at the picture below…

Beautiful Purple Muskogee Crapemyrtle

 I took this picture this morning. The light purple Muskogee Crapemyrtle is beautifully bloomed in our front window. I hope you guys will like it as well. Have a wonderful  Thursday friends, gotta go to  cookmy dinner. Je vous aime tous winking

Day 11 – Your favorite food

Seems easy but why is it so hard for me to do this one? Maybe because I love food too much that I cannot just pick one meal or food that is my favorite! Hmmm alin at ano nga ba ang paborito kong pagkain? Ang hirap naman mag-decide  batting eyelashes Chicken Adobo nalang…. 🙂 may nalang eh noh? Oh well,  Adobo is one of my favorite food that I always used to cook for every now and then. It is truly a delightful meal for the whole family because of its complete course of ingredients and nutrition value.  Adobo is perhaps considered the national food, a food consisting with chunks of pork, chook, or both. Stewed with vinegar, soy sauce, garlic clove, and pepper, added with bay leaves with the extra Filipino taste. Adobo could be the dish that truly connotes the Philippine islands. Stewed in the above ingredients to encourage the meat to tenderize along with the sauce to thicken. This dish is containing more phosphorus and protein. An individual caveat with Adobo, however, is its sodium level. The sodium level within this food is quite high as a result of addition of soy sauce. Furthermore, the use involving oil and meat, certainly pork, makes it high in fat content. As a fix, you can always trim off the skin and the excess fats. You can also choose leaner cuts with pork and chicken. Of course, you can always opt to use lesser oil and have the healthier oils like olive oil. It is affordable and easy to do especially when you are running out of ideas on what’s next on your list of family meals. Plus, experience the impeccable taste of traditional Filipino authentic recipes. I can eat adobo every day, be it chicken, liver, fish, whatever it is basta ADOBO. Now, I will share you guys how to make this authentic Filipino dish. Adobo is the recipe that you truly should not miss! cook


3-5 pounds chicken thighs

1/2 cup white vinegar

1/2 cup soy sauce

1/4 teaspoon black peppercorns, crushed

1 teaspoon brown sugar

5 cloves of garlic crushed

Dried rosemary

3 bay leaves


Combine all ingredients in a pan. Cover the pot and let the mix marinate. Typically one to three hours. Once marinated, heat the pot to a boil, then lower heat and simmer for 30 minutes. Stir occasionally. Uncover the pan and allow to simmer for an additional 15 minutes or until most of the liquid has evaporated and when the chicken is lightly brown. And now you have chicken adobo.

It is easy to make and a quick dinner to throw together. Serve it with steamed rice and  you’ve got yourself a dinner 🙂