Saturday, August 01, 2015

Paper Towns

Walked my way to Glorietta.  Since it is the opening week of Mission: Impossible Rogue Nation, decided to buy already the ticket online for Paper Towns as there may be a long queue.

Since been surfing on what food to eat to avoid gastric erosion, learned that spinach and tomatoes are alkalizing agents.  So, it's spinach and feta cheese ravioli for lunch at Bistro Ravioli.  Then, dessert of tres leches at Cupcakes by Sonja.  An alternate to the strawberry shortcake I've been craving.

Back to my movie.  A teenage boy goes on a quest with his friends in a search of a girl who's gone missing.  Through small clues she left behind, he tries to track her.  She used to be his friend and love of his life since they were small.  But along the way, they have gone separate ways.  Then, one night, she reached out to him and it was one of the best nights in his life.  The ending may not be what one expected, but the movie shows the angst of teenagers, of doing stupid things on a whim.  (Note:  A paper town is a fake town created by map makers created to protect their copyright.)

After the movie, attended the anticipated Mass and had dinner at Pho Bac.  Went again to True Home by True Value in case something catches my eye for the home.  Was thinking of buying a water purifier, so just checked-out items at The Landmark.

Because of the BPI SIP Thrill Promo, claimed my free food of 8-piece Chickenjoy bucket plus 4 Jolly spaghetti.  This is for purchasing the recumbent exercise bicycle by installment.  Gave the 2 spaghetti to Edgar (driver) to bring home to his kids.  Bought groceries including Nana's adult diaper before proceeding home.


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