As much as I would want to be true to the observance of Filipino Week (Month) and write this post in complete Filipino - I can't do it! I really am more expressive in English and I'm not a telenovela addict anyway so I wouldn't know what's the common convo nowadays! At least I still use my "po" and "opo"!
Enough of the excuses and let me just post this here...
I wanted to go through the latest adventures of Jollibee!
Incidentally the other day we were talking about this over lunch in the office...
The very famous...
those yuppies and people in Makati
know what this means!
I felt it was so apt for the Filipino Week/Month and all that
so i posted it here!
for more adventures of Jollibee in Canada click
Last August 24, we had our annual KAMPISE during our Filipino Week,
where everyone in school had to come in native Filipino attire.
We, in our office thought of coming in rural attire -
the kimona, baro't saya, think of rural farmers for the boys
When I mean everyone in Seton - I meant everyone!
Even my Korean intern was not spared!
He's seen here tagging along with a nursery student
during the preschool students' parade around school.
Aren't they all cute?!
They're seen here gathered around their "hapag kainan"
as they say their prayers before meals
Our KAMPISE is all about "pistahan" and "pagsasalo" and most of all FOOD!
It was a good thing we passed by the preschool
and saw all these cute kids!
We helped out dishing out their food too!
But as expected there was the cutest of all....
To view more photos during the KAMPISE click here
I just had to include this...
Me: Ano nga ba kasi ang Tagalog ng consolation prize?
Boss: Pampalubag loob?!
(may punto sya diba?)
Heard in our booth...
"Wow! You win a major prizes!"
(sorry but I can't help but share that! LOL)