I'm not feeling well while typing this post. In the middle of summer and some rain in the afternoon, I started feeling a bad case of sore throat. Knowing my body, any indication of sore throat would lead to colds, fever and will round up with unexplained cough attacks. I took a leave tomorrow to attend to some family related concerns. With the way things are going, looks like Monday will be spent for recovery. I would not leave Sunday without preparing a Sunday post. So here are the few beautiful things that made the past week.
A slice of cake and the favorite taho for breakfast. And yes, I eat cake for breakfast on weekends... when budget permits. :p
Found this pack of Lavender seedlings from Wilcon. The challenge, will this ever grow in my Father's garden? But the more important question, will this Cath Kidston inspired trowel contribute in the growth of my dream Lavender field. ;p
The cutest aroma candles in mini mason jars! I wanted to hoard all the fragrances just because of the daintiest and prettiest packaging. You can purchase these mason jar candles at Robinsons Department Stores. Although honestly, I find them a little expensive. A cheaper version can be found in Japan Home.
Still about cuteness.... brought home another anti-KonMari item. Hahaha I discovered another world of everything handmade via I love Hand Made Ph.
Goodies from Hong Kong - Thank you to my cousins A and M for these gifts from Hong Kong.
In the middle of the week, I got an unexpected package from Leah. Thank you for the Bensani Charms. It complements my Alex & Ani bracelet. I also love the Beatles card from Hallmark. Thanks Leah!
I'm having The Voice USA's Season 9 in my playlist. I'm loving Team Gwen Stefanni's rendition of Ooh Child. My message of the song translates to me.
I have a lot of stories and sentiments to relate this week. But given my current condition, all I wanted to do is curl up in bed, drown myself with Vicks VapoRub and see my bank account fatten up because my clients already decided deposit their payment. Hahahahaha That's surely the best cure!
Wishing everyone a great week ahead!