Celebrating My Second Birthday

Postrio Chocolate Crumble Cake

Today is my second birthday. Yes. I have two ūüėČ

The great thing about having two birthdays is that you get to celebrate it again if you missed something on your first birthday celebration. At the same time, I’m excused for renewing my driver’s license late. Which was why I still had the chance to renew it last Friday, a week after my first birthday. hehehe.

Now since I didn’t get a real cake on my first birthday, I made sure I got one this time.

Postrio Chocolate Cake

My pop bought this Chocolate Crumble from Postrio for me earlier. His excuse? It took him a long time to buy me ice cream after losing at a bet we made last month. hehehe. I know that they also wanted to eat cake so convincing them to get one for me today wasn’t that hard. Besides, it’s their fault why I have two birthdays anyway so I guess I earn the right to bully them into buying me a birthday cake. LOL. Honestly, I was just joking. It’s no longer my fault if they are too soft hearted and were easily fooled by my cunning ways (cue evil laugh). bwahahaha.

But honestly, I’m really grateful that my family are always there to support me and my crazy lifestyle.

Postrio Cake

After dinner, this is what’s left of the cake. It’s not too sweet so my folks really like it. Now looking at that sight makes me wanna stop typing this now and head over to the fridge to eat one again tonight. hehehe.

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I also took the liberty of treating myself with books; old books that is. I suddenly found the need to read a lot for a future assignment so  I bought a couple of books Рsome from Filbars at Limketkai in Cagayan de Oro when I went there yesterday and some from the Book Sale shop at Parkmall, which I bought earlier. My purchases included the following:

From Filbars

Rising Sun by Michael Crichton  (P30)
Congo by Michael Crichton (P30)
McNally’s Luck by Lawrence ¬†Sanders (P30)
The Perfect Storm by Sebastian Junger (P30)
The Snow Leopard by Peter Matthiessen (P30)
The Cider House Rules by John Irving (P85)

From Book Sale

Rules of the Road by Joan Bauer (P30)
The Plains of Passage by Jean M. Auel (P35)
Notes from a Small Island by Bill Bryson (P50.00)
Five Seasons by A.B. Yehoshua (P50)
The Two Towers by J.R.R. Tolkien (P90)
Riding The Iron  Rooster by Train Through China by Paul Theroux (P107)
Java in a Nutshell by David Flanigan (P90)
How to Do Everything with HTML by James H. Pence (P90)
Web Design in a Nutshell by Jennifer Niederst (P90)

Except for the books by¬†John Irving,¬†Bill Bryson and¬†Paul Theroux, I had no idea why I picked the rest of them. hehehe. The computer books were something I’ve been meaning to get to start working on another project too. I think the best book I got was the one from J.R.R. Tolkien. I wish I could find the others and complete my LOTR collection¬†ūüėČ

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