Krispy Kreme just launched its first mobile delivery application here in the Philippines, with the help of Mobext. The launch happened at the Bonifacio Global High Street branch with several bloggers.
I’m a fan of Doctor Who. I’ve seen a few episodes decades ago, and then I rediscovered it in 2010? 2011? And it became an addiction from then on. But let’s not get to that yet. Let’s talk about my daughter, and how a costumed meetup of the Whovian PH group during the last day of Britfest in Bonifacio Highstreeet (BHS) became a personal fulfilled request.
I asked those dressed as the Doctors, if it’s at all possible for them to sing the birthday song for my little miss. And so here it is the Tenth, Eleventh, and Fourth regenerations greeting an “empty child” a happy birthday. :3
Summer has only begun for our friends in the West, but here in the Philippines it has long gone. Rainy days are here, and a lot of us has sadly experienced floods from the last heavy rainfall. 🙁
Suffice to say, summer has officially ended for us here. But I am grateful to have spent the last sunny day with good friends just before it (quite literally) started continuously raining. Kat, Drew, Ryan & yours truly decided that if it didn’t rain during the weekend of June 5, we will have a picnic lunch at the sunken garden of UP Diliman.
I wasn’t sure what promo would be announced last June 7, when Max’s Restaurant invited us to Greenbelt 1. After a warm welcome & a round of Pinoy Henyo games, a dance show from the staff finally unveiled what their latest promo was.
Guys, It’s Back!
I found myself rushing towards Greenbelt 3 on the night of October 28 for one thing and one thing only: to see the Riches. What’s the Riches, you ask? Are you aware of The Amazing Race Asia (TARA)? Well then, representing (or rather one of the teams to represent) the Philippines on the 4th Season of the show are Richard Hardin & Richard Herrera, otherwise called The Riches.