At The Electric Cowboy

After all the eating and talking in a resto-karaoke bar, J and S (the birthday boys’ wives) agreed to go to a disco bar called Electric Cowboy. It is located in Hwy 110 by Bennigans. We continued the birthday twin’s celebration dancing to the tunes of modern and country music. Drinks were flowing that night. We joined everybody else on the dance floor. We had a great time.

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What surprised me is that my honey and I danced two-steps to Allison Krauss’ “When You Say Nothing At All”. It was very romantic thinking it was the first time I saw him danced. Of course, we do not have the pictures because we were dancing :).

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Kitchen Reconstruction

The typhoon in the Philippines last year was harsh. It brought strong winds and floods in our area. I mentioned in my previous post that the kitchen part of our house was damaged. A medium branch from the star apple tree fell down directly to the kitchen roof and smashed the sink. Thanks to God nobody was hurt.

My parents are currently working on reconstructing the kitchen. Some of the funds we are sending to my family back home goes to the repairs and reconstruction. As of now, my father is working on putting exterior shutters on the door towards the outside wash area. Affordability and convenience led my father to buy shutters from the Internet. It really saves him money because of the free shipping offers. Little by little, the kitchen is getting back to its normal structure. And my parents are happy now.

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A Kin Is Here In Texas

Yes. She arrived yesterday morning via Korean Airlines (KE) departed from Cebu to the port of entry, Dallas-Fort Worth (DFW). My cousin is also a fiancee of a American from Texas. What a coincidence? I did not know much until she told me that she and her boyfriend filed for a Fiance Visa application. The whole process took just about six months. And after her visa interview at the US embassy in Manila, she got her Fiance Visa (K1) after two days. Whoa! That was quick!

Her flight went smooth and safe. Though she waited one hour at the immigration area, the interview went well. When I called her this morning, she told me she had a hard time sleeping on the plane. Oh well, she will have to experience the jetlag like I did.

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