9/17/2011

Five Days in the Life of Me

     I promised to blog every Wednesday and on weekends. Last weekend though I simply posted this. It was not exactly a busy weekend but I had lots in my mind and lots more to put into it since finals were looming in design school.

Saturday....

     But first I had to finish preliminary designs for a bath house....I know big project..haha!


     Then I had to study for Professional Ethics....


     Blue and Samson kept me company. Look at the mess. No, this is not my living room.


     I had to get dressed for dinner with our cousins, Jojo and Marve at Maimee's Garden Cafe . They are becoming our steady foursome dating buddies. =-)))


     Dinner was wonderful at Maimee's but I could not take good pictures of the pace since there was a party happening there that night. I shall return and tell you more about it soon. For now....droool...hehe!




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Sunday...

   After church was breakfast at my parents' house for Grandparent's Day. Of course my mom served bacon which Blue loves....


    Then back home to study again until midnight.....



(Of course I was not studying the whole time. I played with Samson, scolded the kids, etc)

Monday....

     EXAAAAAMS!!!!

     Dropped by Starbucks before school to study again.....



      I am loving their new sandwiches.
      This is Tuna Waldorf...Yums!

     After school, my mom fetched me to attend the blessing of the new chapel of the St. Paul sisters' retreat house complex in Alfonso, Cavite.....A bit of postmodern there.



Tuesday....

     Did preps for a shoot and lunch at Mary Grace with H and Yellow...


     Click! This is for the November issue of Real Living, organizing your bathroom sink...Watch out for that!


       Had a long night...slept roughly three hours to make it to tomorrow's submission....

Wednesday...

     Last plate submission for trends in interior Design under Arch't Gene Flancia....

    This is my take on design forecasting. I am looking forward to the use of more earth-friendly materials as cork, bamboo, reclaimed wood, earth plaster and refurbished vintage furniture. Sheets and upholstery made of organic and natural fabrics will hopefully be the norm. Personally, I am loyal to mid-century modern. As for the style?  I guess being an architect makes me partial to clean, modern lines which I believe can house any style of furniture.

=-)...but that's just me....

     I headed to the job site after but I did not take a pic. I was there five minutes   (SHHH!) ....I wanted to go home....

     ...................5 days!

1 comment:

Archimom7 said...

I apologize for some reason I could not edit the typos of this post....Thanks for your patience.