Day To Day Stories, Motherhood

A Visit To Divisoria

  • Sumo

I was in Divisoria last Saturday. Divisoria is a market district located in the heart of Manila where the cheapest commodities are being sold. I went there to accompany my friend who was assigned to lead the decoration committee for our 40th Church Anniversary. We went there to scout for new window and stage curtains. Praise the Lord for He answered my prayer to help us find what we need quick and that He allowed us to get a good deal. Needless to say, God made it easy for us. He led us to the store very fast and we were also given discounts on the initial set we purchased. So in less than an hour, we had something to present to our pastor and to rest of the members of the anniversary committees.
Since, it was still early, we agreed to stroll around. I bought things for my daughter. These were some of the things she has been asking praying for quite sometime. And though, I didn’t want to go cheap with her, I have no choice ๐Ÿ˜€ Anyway, she’s not yet aware about prices ๐Ÿ˜€

The initial price was Php450 but was given to me at Php300 when I asked for the last price ๐Ÿ˜€

Initial price: Php 120; last price: Php90

These little face towels were Php 50 for 6 pieces, less than Php10 each. But in St. Francis Square, I bought the same kind face towels weeks ago for Php 15 each


6 thoughts on “A Visit To Divisoria

  1. divisoria fan here too!! when i arrive home from DV, I feel very very tired but happy! parang nanalo sa lotto ๐Ÿ˜€

    hope you can link me up. do visit and leave your mark on my blogs ๐Ÿ™‚
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