Pink Sisters’ Convent & Chapel

Brent Rd., Baguio, Benguet

Pink Sisters’ Convent & Chapel
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Albert T.
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Sometimes stumbling on something better is better than planning for something good. This was the case when we visited Sister Mary Charina (my wife's cousin) at the Pink Sisters Convent.

This visit was special for several reasons; it was the first time I would meet her, her niece Mikaella was visiting from Canada, and we were preparing for her 25th anniversary since she took her vows. Seeing her was the highlight of this trip. Her face was radiant and her demeanor was childlike. She glowed with genuine happiness and peace. Talking to her was probably the closest thing to speaking to an angel. I felt blessed and at peace as well.

As we prepared to leave and were still giddy with the visit, a taho vendor caught our eye. Since we were in Baguio, we decided to introduce Mike to strawberry taho. Lo and behold, manong vendor had a surprise flavor, ube taho!

This was so different from the ube taho that you get in bottles from the supermarket. This was the real deal. True taho goodness with the first ever ube syrup I have ever tasted. And it was good! Syrup was light and certainly tasted like the ube jam of Good Shepherd. Add to that generous servings of sago, and this taho was a winner!

In my mind I could not help but think this was His way of saying, "Thanks for visiting". 128521128525128512

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