I consider myself a very lucky girl.
In 2005, at the height of his fame, Piolo Pascual had lunch at our house in between shooting a print ad.
A couple of months later, Jericho Rosales also came over to shoot a magazine cover.
Because of its high ceiling and white walls, our house has hosted a lot of photo shoots.
But when Dinna told me Alden Richards was coming over to the house, I couldn’t believe it.
Dinna knows how much I love Aldub. Once she said, “I hope they invite us to Eat Bulaga,” which happened last week.
Then she said, “Sana we can interview Alden.”
Wishful thinking. But you know wishes do come true.
Last November 4, after Eat Bulaga, Dinna texted me that she had received a go-signal from Mark Sablan of GMA Artist Center.
Alden would be coming to the house to talk, eat, and meet our house help. It would be a special treat for the maids because they relate to Yaya Dub very much, and who doesn’t love Alden?
Alden would be coming on a Monday from 8-10 AM before Eat Bulaga.
You see, Eat Bulaga is kind of a big deal in our house. Ever since I discovered it (quite late) in mid-September, I’ve been hooked on the TV show, along with the nation. Basically the entire household stops working between 11:30 AM-2:30 AM. I even eat in front of the TV—you guys have no idea.
Basically my whole routine changed because of Aldub.
(To be continued)