Mom opened up her new salon near our home. It’s called Hair Solution, and offers great services at affordable and inexpensive prices. I even had my hair colored during the opening day for my birthday, yay!
|Hoping I don’t look anywhere near 22|
Spent Sunday night out with a couple of friendsenjoying Japanese barbecue and dessert over at Little Tokyo, Makati. Despite being a big fan of almost everything Japanese, this is my first time at Little Tokyo. Read more about it HERE.
Despite having work on my birthday, I still had the pleasure of coming home to a feast my mom prepared and spending a quiet dinner at home with my family. I get a little emotional during my own birthdays. :))
Spent the day with my best friend, scouring Divisoria for great finds, and post shopping pig-out over at my place, with all the pizza we can ever dream of eating. Watched a movie while munching on two big family pizzas. This is the ultimate Girls’ Bonding Sesh (Session), and I’d choose this over going to the spa any day.
Probably one of the best birthday gifts ever: Free tickets to DC’s concert! Would it be too much to ask to win a pair of Maroon 5 Tickets, too? #Wishfulthinking
|David Cook Concert in Manila July 14, 212 – Photo by Ed Clinton Go|
Despite the drama in some of my birthday blog posts, it was overall a fun birthday for me. I never expected some of the surprises that were sent my way (Tickets to DC’s concert, eating all the pizza that we did, having a good time with friends I haven’t seen in a long while). I’m so blessed to have spent my birthday this year for almost a whole week. Yes, I’m probably not anywhere nearer to my dream than I was last year, but more than ever, I have felt that there is no other way but to get there. I can’t be miserable all of my life, and I can’t keep forcing something that sucks the life out of me forever. Dreams will be dreams if I don’t slap myself to wake and get up and finally act on it. My dreams won’t be dreams any longer. Tomorrow, I’ll be living my dream. -ED