The Book Depository site says my three books have all been dispatched. If all goes well, they should arrive within the week!
Speaking of books, book swap with the girls (now also with Almi) at Starbucks 6750 Saturday night.
(Thanks to Andrea for the additional photos.)
Bought a cake and drink for poor Jaykie, who was sweet enough to drive me through hellish EDSA traffic.
Was it simply because it was a Saturday? It was awful! We left QC at around 6 and arrived at my place at 9 pm. We wanted to eat dinner in the Glorietta area, but the drive made us so hungry that we just decided to stop at the nearby KFC.
(I’ll tell you a secret: I had rice. I know! But I was so hungry!)
What went down:
- I got these books, while I lent Atwood’s The Robber Bride, French’s The Likeness, Joe Hill’s 20th Century Ghosts, and Carljoe’s The Kobayashi Maru of Love. (Andrea’s copy of Jonathan Carroll’s Glass Soup not in picture.)
- Fruit Ninja! Angry Birds! Nail polish!
- That very intelligent game where somebody asks a question, gives a page number and line number, and you have to find the answer in the book you’re holding.
- Example: “Who is your ideal partner? See Page __, line ___.” Me (checks book): “‘woman, right?'” (This actually happened.)
- I think the people around us were looking at us funny. But this is a book club! I swear!
- It’s not really a book club.
- A little girl named Kylie wandered into our corner. Cute kid, probably powered by espresso. I think she liked Jaykie. Big bear! :D
- The girl sat on Almi’s lap first, so I guess that means she’ll have a baby soon? Hihi.
- The little girl’s companion (father? uncle? brother) introduced himself and said he does tarot readings in Robinson’s (Galleria I guess?). He also gave us his number.
The Mothership gave us this commemorative watch (made by Swatch). The company workshop that preceded it wasn’t so bad either.
Badminton Friday. On Saturday, I did four rounds around the oval, so that’s at least 8 kilometers. I took an Alaxan after! Ha! I should get used to the pain.