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I am a sad sad sad girl because my super short vacation ends today. :'( Goodbye fresh air, goodbye home-cooked meals, goodbye doggies, goodbye nightly scrabbles. goodbye town fiesta....

I shall return. :P

Reality, here I come again.

Happy posts about the town fiesta will follow after I mourn. :P

I'm out.


ALiNe said…
mariaeliza8 said…
nyah...bat lumuwas ka na agad? work yan noh:P
Cza said…
@Aline - wala e.. palay gusto mo? :P Hahaha!

@Eliza - Kasi sunday na at may work na tom? :P
arvic said…
sarap mag weekend sa inyo. hehehehe..
ngayon back to work na. haaaaaaaaay.. katamad!.. =)
Cza said…
@arvic - o nga e Dear! Hays.. oh well.. next time ulit :D
Dennis Villegas said…
Uy nagbalik na..will wait for the how's the vaction? looks like you had a great time :)
Cza said…
Hwey Dennis! :D Yupyupyup, had fun of course :D Picture post to follow.. :) Thanks for visiting!
Anonymous said…

I love going to fiestas! Dito kasi sa Manila, hindi na masyado uso ang fiesta. Where are the photos of the feast? Hindi kumpleto ang fiesta without the handa. :-)
Cza said…
Hi Dyosa! O nga e.. ang fiesta dito sa Manila, parang puro sugal. Hehe!

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