Mommy & Me Monday – Trick-or-Treat 11/1

It’s time for Mommy and Me Monday. Thanks to Krystyn for hosting this great meme. How was your trick or treat moment guys?

This photo was taken on Saturday when we went to work with the husband. My dragons had a great time at school. Good thing it was Saturday not much students around. Hard to keep these two to stay in one place and aside from that they like to run in opposite direction.

It’s the husband who took the kids for trick or treat and I stayed home to gave out candies. It’s freezing cold and windy yesterday and my princess and spider man came home shivering cold.
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When in Rome (2010)

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Have you seen this movie When In Rome? Well, it’s a good movie in my opinion even if its so generic. And if you are hopeless romantic kind of person you will enjoy watching this movie. I love watching movie if both the characters (leading man and ladies) are handsome and pretty hehehe. Anyhow, I watched the movie five times already and since it’s on HBO and Starz I can still watch it again and again. I never get tired of this movie because aside from the reason that i love the story, I also love the places they shoot the movie like Rome and New York. You should watch it guys and fell in love.

Genres: Drama, Comedy and Romance
Starring: Kristen Bell, Jon Heder, Dax Shepard, Josh Duhamel, Anjelica Huston
In this lovable romance, disillusioned New Yorker Beth causes a frenzy in Rome when she impulsively steals some coins from a magical fountain which causes a number of men who having previously thrown coins into the fountain, are now in love with her.

The part of the store that I love is when she attended her younger sister’s wedding. As a tradition, a bridesmaid should break the jar and the number of broken jar represents happiness and longer marriage. So, that puts pressure to the bridesmaid (Kristen). She tried to smash the jar with all her might but it didn’t break. Then a groomsmen (Josh) helped her and smashed the jar into pieces. That’s how they introduced themselves as they never had time to introduce each other during the wedding ceremony.

During their conversation at the reception area, Nick described the bride and grooms two weeks relationship as fast which not enough time for credit check. That statement was quiet similar to what she said. That gave her hope that love might exist. She followed him outside carrying a bottle of wine when she accidentally saw him kissing other girl. That scene made her discourage towards the guy. She sat in front of the magical fountain and impulessively picking some coins and thats when the whole story started.

The movie had lots of funny scene that you will enjoy watching. The hopeless romantic in me fell in love with the movie. All that magical coins and wishes when we threw coins in any wishing well is quite familiar to me. I used to do that kind of stupid thing before thinking it’s all true and my wishes might come true. Maybe all my wishes when i threw coins at any wishing well did came true, just maybe.

Synopsis: from
An ambitious young New Yorker (KRISTEN BELL), disillusioned with romance, takes a whirlwind trip to Rome where she defiantly plucks magic coins from a… An ambitious young New Yorker (KRISTEN BELL), disillusioned with romance, takes a whirlwind trip to Rome where she defiantly plucks magic coins from a “foolish” fountain of love, inexplicably igniting the passion of an odd group of suitors: a sausage magnate (DANNY DEVITO), a street magician (JON HEDER), an adoring painter (WILL ARNETT) and a self-admiring model (DAX SHEPARD). But when a charming reporter (JOSH DUHAMEL) pursues her with equal zest, how will she know if his love is the real thing?

Cross Stitching

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One hobby that I used to love doing when I was single was cross stitching.  This hobby started back in high school when we had to pick what to take if its agriculture or home economics as part of the T.H.E subject.  I choose the later and made a table cover before as my project.  I stopped cross stitching for while when i was in college.  The materials needed for this kind of work is not that cheap and I didnt have money to buy for it.  I cross stitched again when i was applying for a job in Cebu City.  I made a ballerina, tweety and some saying but i left it in my classroom when I resigned from my job.  The ballerina however was at our house because when i was about to finish the leg part my Mom took it and said she wanted to finish it.  Well, my mother ruined the ballerina because she runs out of thread and decided to used the other color instead of buying the exact number of the anchor thread.

I able to finished the clown that I started year 2000 when i was pregnant with jake.  We didnt have internet, cable TV and we lived in a single studio type room apartment.  I was glad I brought this clown with me that keep me busy 3 years ago.   It’s not frame yet because when i checked this framing store up in squirrel hills it  was too expensive here.

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