Home-cooked meals are the best. The evidence was Bryce’s gusto in eating two to three rounds of rice and viand. We have done this a long time ago—meal planning, that is. And our first (again) was Tinola which is also my father’s favorite food (as long as it’s cooked by my mother).
Yesterday, it rained bullets when I missed the taho vendor by a minute or two. This was after the fact that I promised to prepare it as a breakfast for Jaycelle. So, what a dutiful husband to do? Wake up your wife with another promised breakfast of pandesal, buko juice, and chilled taho (for the meantime because on Sunday is Henry the taho vendor’s rest day).
Early in the morning, Bryce and I walked to a neighboring store complex to buy yummy Pinoy buns from Pan de Manila then we crossed the street to get some buko juice and onto 7-Eleven to get chilled taho. And our Sunday was done!
Bryce could now lift up my DSLR (pancake lens attached) and shoot without limits (unlike me who saved up for 36-shot films). He’s using live view and auto-focus—so he just full-presses the camera until it hits the target. The good thing about this is that Jaycelle and I would always have a paparazzi following us around.