Monday, March 17, 2008

tHe IcEdRoP sErIeS

I haven’t posted personal stories for a while but I have a number of them kept in my draft folder. Before I go offline again, it’s time to publish them else they’ll end up staying in the D folder forever. “D” is either for “draft” or “delete” – I’d better put them in “P” as in “published post” now. :p

I owe you stories about our CNY vacation back home but I don’t think you’ll have it as a whole. Bits and pieces they’ll come. Posting the pictures was an easier task, and Hannah re-emphasized that to me :) I sticked to “pictures speak louder than words” in that case, hahaha. I’ll still do that with this post. I think the facial expressions of my daughter in every picture speak for them, lol.

As an introduction though, let me tell you that she never got the chance to eat icecream here in Taiwan not until last Saturday. It was the cold weather that deprived us of that. During one of the warm days we were vacationing in Cavite, a familiar bell sounded from afar. I asked hubby to call the pedicab vendor and got ourselves chocolate icedrop and pinipig. Jade excitedly watched us open them as she willingly obeyed my word when I asked her to sit down on the kitchen door floor. And the rest of the story lies in the following pictures…
























3 comments:

lovelyn said...

"Salap pala gayam e!" Jade's looks are saying so. Really cute pictures. She'll be very glad someday that you were able to capture her first "icedrop moments".

Jane said...

Few weekends ago, she had her "drumstick moments" naman :)
That reminds me I have yet to organize her pictures for developing.

dhang said...

cute naman. take as many pictures as you can... you never notice the years flying by so quickly. sana ako din mgkaroon na ng ganyan hehehe. i have a friend whose father is a professional photographer. he showed me my friends photo albums since he was a young boy... ang galing, story book talaga.