Monday, April 13, 2015

A few more pics from home!

Missing the quietness at home and the warm weather well as some fruits like one of these, Jackfruits. Quite a few around one of my brother's place but none was ripe during my visit. And these corn were already dried up so wasn't able to taste fresh boiled ones. Always nice catching up with highschool friends, i do feel lucky they had made time for a meet-up as it was unexpected. Was able to watch part of an event during our visit in the city, a yearly Festival which held during the month of February called "Panagbenga"..'Blooming Flower Festivals'! The festival includes floats that are covered mostly with flowers and also street dancing, presented by dancers clad in flower-inspired costumes. Nothing to show stitching wise...i did stitched but not much to show, hopefully on my next update. Hope everyone's have a good start of the week.


Algodão Tão Doce said...

Amei conhecer o seu blog, já fiquei por aqui!!!Achei maravilhoso!!!
Siga-me e pegue o meu selinho!!!


Beijos Marie.

Bev C said...

Hello Mylene,

So glad you were able to have a great holiday. The festival floats look amazing, so many flowers. A question re the corn, do they dry it and keep for later or is it for something else decorative?

Happy days.

Christine said...

How lovely that you had chance to catch up with your old friends. The flower festival looks beautiful

Lillie said...

Look like you had an enjoyable trip home and was able to witness some festivity.

Thank you for sharing the photos

Carol said...

I'm sure it was hard to leave your family and friends when the time came, Mylene--so glad you had a good visit :)

Julie said...

The flower festival looks amazing.
Lovely times you had with your friends.

Sally said...

Lovely photos from your trip back home.

Annette said...

Ow My so much beautifull pictures
You must had a awesome time

Margaret said...

What an amazing visit you must have had. Thank you for sharing your pictures.

Angela P said...

Lovely pictures Mylene :)

Brigitte said...

You must have had a great time being back home and visiting with family and friends, tasting the food there again and attending that festival. Wonderful pictures.

Kay said...

So many wonderful photos you shared, looks like it was a nice time you had with family