I apologize for the long absence again. After ushering for a trade show last week I was stuck with helping my dad with his backdrop and ice carving business since he was stacked with orders. If you visit the backdrop site, my husband posted about a transformers backdrop not available. That was because my dad was so busy he forgot to take a photo of it. That was a pretty hard one because the order was based on the live action version of Optimus Prime, not the cartoons so there were lots of colors involved.
Last week I was busy for 2 long days because I ushered for a trade show with one of my co-model. I have not had the chance to post my photos online because I was so occupied and still am. I managed to catch a little time off to posting this now and will go offline again because we got another gig coming up, a 3 day event called Bijoux. I will be posting more details in my next post. In the meantime, here are photos taken in Shang Ri-La Hotel in Mactan during the trade show. My partner and I managed to take some photos around the resort while the show did not start yet
Christmas is fast approaching and I am sure some of us are now getting ready for this special season. Looking for gifts, or saving for the big occasion are the things that we worry about. And now I realized that I have a lot of godchildren, like most of us, I don’t want to be caught up with those rush shopping. So as early as now, my husband and I made a list of our godchildren and possible budget for every gift and some accessories for the Christmas decoration. Every time we see a bazaar or a mall sale, we try to grab the opportunity of buying gifts for less especially when it is half the price. In this manner, when the Christmas season is near, we have enough time to check if everyone has a gift, more relaxed time wrapping the gifts and most importantly this will make your season stress-free and hassle-free. All you need to worry about is the preparation for the most important day of the year.
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