Date Night: Oishinbo at Little Tokyo4:14 PM
When our son was still in grade school, busy evenings for me are normal. I can't even cook dinner and had to delegate it to the help because I would usually be upstairs in Ralph's room as we study and do his projects together. Now that he's staying in the dormitory, my evenings are more relaxed.And just lately, the husband and I have started going out on weekly date nights. Yes, nag-date kami! (insert kilig grin here, haha!).
I've read in numerous marriage advice books and articles that regular date nights are a must for any married couple regardless of how long they have been married already. It gives each other an opportunity for romance and communication. It's also a stress reliever and a break for the norm. Most importantly, it strengthens a couple's commitment to the marriage.
Date nights need not be grand or expensive. What's important is the fun and bonding that is achieved from the activity. You know what? We didn't even realize that we were already having a weekly date night until this dinner that we had at Oishinbo, haha! Nagkataon lang that my events in the past weeks were scheduled mid-week so I shared a ride with my husband going home. Ayun na! Dinner time before going home became our date night.
Our date night at Oishinbo was expensive, though! I was craving for authentic Japanese sushi and sashimi and had only one place in mind -- Little Tokyo in Makati. Guess I'm just a spoiled wife that my husband easily gave in to my whim! Haha! At siya ang nagbayad, ha! (We split the bill nowadays, LOL!)
|5-Kind Sashimi (Php 840)|
|5-Kind Sushi (Php 690)|
|Shrimp Tempura (Php 390)|
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