If you are craving for milk tea, then you will do whatever it takes to get one.. Right?!
Well, a long queue is an exception for me though (aka lazy, but working on it!) that’s why I never get the chance to try some of the new hyped drinks unless they are not anymore, well, hyped. LOL. Am I the only one?!
Fat Fook is a Taiwanese restaurant serving authentic Taiwanese food. Fat Fook literally means Fat (in English) = Big | Fook (in Cantonese) = Good Fortune / Happiness.
It had a long queue, but luckily they had a separate booth solely for their drinks/desserts which was very convenient for people like me.
I ordered their Wintermelon Milk Tea priced at Php 100 + Php 20 for the pearls.
I love the taste! I guess you can say you can never go wrong with Wintermelon Milk Tea–for Fat Fook it definitely applies!
It’s been a long time since I had an update about my work + school. Aside from updating you (if someone comes across this post), it’s also a documentation as to where I am at this point in time. So, here it goes! ♡
We’re approaching the end of the school year. One more unit for the last term and we officially say goodbye to school year 2018-2019!
I’ll have my training over the summer. That will be interesting and I’m looking forward to it!
A lot has been happening these past few weeks.
First off, I just officially ended my 2-week practice teaching at Mandaue City Central SpEd School – OT/PT Center yesterday. It was a bittersweet experience I would never ever forget. I documented everything from Day 1 up until our last day. I’ll probably post a video about it soon.
PS. It was just a short practice teaching experience because we still have to attend a lot of seminars and immersions which will happen this month.
Second, I’ll hopefully graduate this July 2019 with a Diploma in Special Education. Currently, I’m holding a Degree in Communication and a Certificate in Professional Education.
Initially, I was planning to proceed and get my Master’s Degree in Special Education.. Not until two weeks ago. Now, I’m planning to skip it first and have a Diploma in Early Childhood Education instead.
It’s an ambitious move, I know–sacrificing my weekend-offs and going back to school all over again–but I don’t want to regret things just because I was lazy and just because some people think it’s ridiculous.
It’s tiring, yes, but it’s all going to be worth it. ♡