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Thursday, November 24, 2011

Christmas Lights at our Porch 365/325

We turned on the Christmas lights at our front porch a little while ago.  We discovered that three  strands of lights are not  lit, arggghhh.
November 24, 2011:
  • Our day started with  making the puto (Phil. version of  cup cakes).  The kids had so much fun helping me.
  • We got done steaming   the putos at around 11 am and we went to Dad's at 12 noon.  I fried the lumpia there so it would be hot and crisp.  It served as the snack while we were waiting for the  turkey to get done.
  • We came home at around 4 pm then hubby finished  connecting the extensions of the lights outside.
  • I made some ginger tea (that's what my husband called the salabat) because Ms. Burrito is starting to cough.  Salabat is what my Mom used to give us kids when we had cough or  sore throat, it's very effective.  Hubby likes it.

13 sumptuous burps..:

Cher said...

yay, i want puto!!!
been having ginger tea too, the weather here makes everyone sick. :(

added you to my reading list. dunno why Nostalgic Marveling never gives updates though i have it on my list too.


w0rkingAth0mE said...

bongacious ang bahay ;) Daming lights ..

Mel Alarilla said...

Ginger tea is very popular in the US because it is hot in the body. It drives away the coldness that is creeping in our body during winter. Ginger has great medicinal values. Your putos and lumpias served as appetizers for the main course which is your roasted turkey. Happy Thanksgiving to you all. Thanks for the post. God bless you all always.

Arvin U. de la Peña said...

maganda ang pagkaka design.....

Jill said...

wow! lovely porch you got there!

I wish I can have my own home like that. It looks very cozy.

imriz said...

geared up for the christmas na ang virginia mansion. yey! lovely, lovely!
how i wished to put on the lights outside, too, but, then, it's been raining on and off the whole november here.

Genie said...

Looks like you are definitely in the Christmas spirit. genie

Jo's This and That said...


Vhen said...

Christmas na christmas na sa inyo ate rose ah, ganda :)

SmilingSally said...

Thanks for sharing this beautiful blue sky.

Happy Blue Monday, Rose.

Dinah said...

wow sa food, para kang nasa pilipinas :-) good to know that you really enjoy serving them to your loved ones :-)


Mel Cole said...

your porch is big. you have a few steps pala on the side. i'm glad to know that it is finished sis. :)

Chie_Wilks said...

it is so nice..i can feel the spirit of Christmas na

hahaha..the angry birds are too angry to be hated hehehe..nice stuffs

hope you could visit mine:
nearly wasted
snug hours
phone shots and frames
my brother

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