If you are planning to eat and enjoy music, there are also restaurants where bars are available. Enjoy some cocktails while lounging to their comfy and cushy couches and immersing yourself to your kind of music. There are also bistros that provides live entertainments. They feature emerging bands to perform for the crowd. Have fun watching the bands play and listen to the beating of the drums and strumming of guitars with maxon effects. It’s like watching a concert, for free. Music sets the ambiance of a place and the mood of the people hanging around to enjoy the food.
Aside from the food, ambiance is equally important in finding a good restaurant. Dining out is not all about eating. It is also a time you spend with your family, friends and loved ones to relax and have some fun together. Most families prefer cozy and homey atmosphere where they can enjoy small talks while having their meals. Some pick those dining houses that offers some amusements like live bands who play with their cool zildjian custom a 14 hi hats to make the eating experience more lively and festive. Others go for some exquisite fine dining. Whatever you fancy, choose the best diner you can find and enjoy their food and the place.
Yep, that’s me. I’m Cherry and I’m weight loss and diet fail personified. At least, I have been for the last decade. Ican’t get this weight to budge until now. Good thing I came across HCG drops. There are many different types. But more about that later. I just want everyone to know that I’ve lost 20 pounds so far. The hardest part is maintaining it or keeping the weight off.
It’s an everyday struggle or battle. But I’m slowly getting used to not eating rice, bread and pasta. Yes, I get cravings. Many times a day, in fact. But I just shrug them off. I think about how I looked when I was still lagging those 20 pounds around. It was not a pretty sight. So I just take a deep breath and take my mind off the cravings. It’s a mind game. True what they say that it’s all in the mind.
Anyway, I’m happy but I still need to some more. 20 more pounds to be exact.
December is all about festivities ~ food, music, drinks and people. This is the time of year when we have the opportunity to spend some quality time with our loved ones. Togetherness is the operative word. We could be cooped at home watching TV or having coffee while listening to someone strumming a guitar, like this squier telecaster at guitar center, and still have a grand time. It doesn’t matter where we are or what activities we are doing. What matters is that we are sharing moments together.
We’re off to Singapore in a few days and this time around, my Dad and son are joining us. So it won’t be just me and my little lady. The more, the merrier. Right?! I’m just worried if my father can endure all the walking we’d do during the entire trip or if he can survive the Transformer ride at Universal Studios. And as hardheaded as he is, expect him to ditch his pain medications. He doesn’t want to rely on pain relievers anymore. That’s what he says all the time. It’s not like he needs codeine rehab anytime soon. He’s far from that.
Well anyway, I just want him to have the best time in Singapore minus the pain. It’s his first time, you see. That’s why I’m worried.