The girls were excited when they received their invites about a week or two before the event.
It was right smack during their sem break so it was easy to get them to come. Excitement was in the air as they planned what to wear on this blackest of black nights. They passed for me at my office and chatted away as we sped off to Taste Asia at Mall of Asia for the event.
It was also a big change for me. Several years back, the girls were excited about what costume to wear as they went trick or treating. Now here they were, on Halloween Night, all looking glam and grown-up in black!
The crowd at Taste Asia ranged from the young to the yuppies. I ended up making my rounds of the bloggers who were outside while the girls, attracted by the lights and sounds, spent some time dancing the night away inside.
The highlight of the night as far as my 3 young girls went was suddenly seeing Ms. Earth candidates coming in to join the bloggers and party the night away. My girls were so taken by Ms. Tanzania who, in their words, had “the most beautiful dark skin” they had ever seen!
And Ms. Canada was most charming and accommodating enough for us to get this shot of her and the girls:
Many thanks, Unilever people, for this awesome party!
You bet, this mother and her girls had a great time. Generation gap no more!!!! This was one night when mother and her daughters did the same thing TOGETHER! That, for me, was a CLEAR MOMENT…