7 Years and What Nots

Sunday, December 18, 2011

I have been on hiatus for weeks now and I badly miss my blog. I have been saving drafts to share so that I can easily post it when I have the time. I really have a lot of catching up to do.

Speaking of catching up, remember this postI wore that when I met up with my friends for a small gathering.Our friend, Trisha, visited the country for a few weeks and I psyched about it. After 7 years of not seeing each other, here we are. Reunited by KTV. Hahaha!

The early birds.
This photo is too funny not to share. I don't know if this was intentionally done or not. Haha.
I've been hoarding the mic all night. Sorry guys! I'm too hyped!
So the song Stop by the Spice Girls played and we can't help but dance along.
Okay so Angela and I were the only ones who were into the dancing part. LOL at our faces.
The food!!
I was so proud of myself because I was able to persuade Julius to sing Justin Bieber's Baby and B.E.P.'s The Time (Dirty Bit). This was an achievement!
Angela & I
The gang.
The favorite pose of everyone: wacky. LOL!
I will end with my own photo. The crazy and silly pictures are left to be buried in our own treasure chest. Haha. Anyway, this night was definitely for the books! It was a night to remember and I will definitely miss you, Trisha F.! I hope to see you soon! :)

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