Sunday, March 17, 2013

TSC Weekly: Issue #3

When I can't seem to find anything in my wardrobe, I realize it's time for reorganization. So, I stayed-in on a Saturday morning for a little housekeeping. I can barely contain myself when I found some "lost treasures" at the back of my wardrobe. They are mostly birthday gifts from my parents and Alvin from last year.

This week, I also got to spend some quality time with my sister, while bonding with my baby niece, Valleraine. This little girl has changed my perspective towards little monsters. I'm pretty sure she casts a spell on me. My heart melts like a gelato on a sunny day at the sight of her. Maybe it's in the way her tiny hand held mine. The way she parted her lips to give me a kiss. The way she held her arms out and said, "bao bao", asking me to carry her. Or perhaps...perhaps it's in the way she pulled her grandfather's leg hair and laughed mischievously. Dad, I feel for you but it's so crazy funny that I kinda enjoy watching it. Haha!

On a different note, today's dinner is a creative cook-up of leftovers in the fridge. Considering we stocked up a trolley full of fresh produce from Village Grocer, leftovers in the fridge have to make ways for the fresh ones. Coming from a frugal background, wasting food is a big no-no for Alvin. In fact, the dinner is quite delightful. I'll leave you with photos of the week. :)

Salvatore Ferragamo Purse

Ferragamo purse my mom got me for my birthday last year. The color is so delicious! Good taste runs in the family. :)

Marc by Marc Jacobs bags

Marc by Marc Jacobs bags that Alvin got for me completely brighten up my wardrobe. 

Naf Naf dress

This photo of Val was taken some time back, on her first birthday.
Armani Exchange pink sweater / Naf Naf black dress / Oscar by Oscar de La Renta heels


Suddenly, I have a craving for good gelato.

French Village Bread from Village Grocer

French Village Bread with some cream cheese spread tastes like heaven.

True to being a francophile, a good loaf of bread is of utmost importance, très très important. 

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