This is one of the limited hand-painted pairs released by Happy Feet. My son is happy to be able to grab this pair. It’s the only remaining pair for his size. It costs between P900 to P1,000 ($20-$25), but we did not pay in cash. No, it’s not free. We used the gift certificates issued to my husband. (The amount of GCs is equivalent to the total number of unpaid sick leave incurred by hubby for one year.) I was able to buy something for myself, too. I wish there are also available gift certificates or coupons for apparel so weâ€™ll be able to save cash when we buy new clothes for the holiday season.
We were at Happy Feet Marikina last Monday to purchase new shoes for the kids using hubbyâ€™s gift certificates. After the quick trip to HF, we proceeded to SM Marikina to buy art materials for my daughter and some magazines for my son. After a tiring walk we decided to have our dinner at the mall. Before our order came, the kids and I look for the comfort room to wash our hands. We found one, but the comfort room doesnâ€™t smell good. The establishment owner should have at least installed a bathroom fan to get rid of the unpleasant smell. Anyway, that’s just my observation. We got home safe and sound after another memorable trip with my family.