>A promising foretaste

>It has been a fun-filled week. These are my faves:

Black Forest
Usually I resist and often I am successful. But just this once I gave in to one slice of chocolate delight. Sometimes I wonder about the status of my workplace: is this still a university or has it turned into a party hub? Ok, it’s still a university where birthday parties happen. I’ll worry about the expanding waist later.

Alone time
Work on Wednesday made me forget to eat. By the time I came back to my apartment I was famished. I treated myself to brunch at my favorite Japanese restaurant. Isn’t it also lucky that I got seated right away?

Items that serve one’s intended purpose
This sounds to me like a shopping result that’s worth the money: books that kick off stress, footwear that weaves 5-second dreams of a suit-clad 21st century Cinderella and accessories that compel you to relax.

Time out with friends at an album promo tour
When you’ve done nothing but focus on your job for a long time, it’s always fun to socialize outside work. Emotional and mental batteries get recharged.

A promising foretaste
Near the stage when the artist (of the album promo) belted out Whitney Houston’s “don’t… make… me close… one more door….” I remember a youtube clip of her singing the Star-Spangled Banner at the Dodgers last year. Charice is coming back to Bangkok in October with David Foster. There’s a household name to look forward to.

Visit Susanne @ Living to tell the Story for more faves.

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13 Responses to >A promising foretaste

  1. Melissa says:

    >Sounds like a great week! I don't think I could pass up a slice of Black Forest cake, either. 🙂

  2. Hazel says:

    >Melissa, yielding once in awhile just had to be excusable 🙂

  3. Susanne says:

    >I'm not a big cake eater but I love a good black forest cake! There is no way I could resist that.I would love to see a David Foster and Charice concert. That girl is amazing.

  4. Brenda says:

    >Black Forest cake and Japanese food and time spent with a friend would make my week happier as well.

  5. Hazel says:

    >Susanne, I'm so looking forward to watching two amazing talentsBrenda, leave smiles on the face, don't they? 🙂

  6. Jerralea says:

    >I love cake! Black Forest sounds really tempting.I'm glad you have been able to relax with friends and enjoy life.

  7. Hazel says:

    >Thanks, Jerralea. Nice week this was.

  8. barbarah says:

    >I love #3. It's neat to have some alone time plus some time with friends in a week.

  9. Hazel says:

    >Barbara, I agree – alone and with friends. Man is indeed a social being 🙂

  10. Laura says:

    >Cake, books, time with friends — sounds like a recipe for a happy week to me!Have a great weekend.

  11. Indrani says:

    >You did have a wonderful week.Have another rocking one. 🙂

  12. cindy says:

    >Owww, chocolate delight it sounds devilish.I find a book is always a great escape, your right.

  13. Willow says:

    >It sounds like you had a perfect mix of alone and party times, work and socializing. What a great week!

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