It has been our tradition to have a mini reunion every summer. The kids won't allow their vacation to be over without experiencing and enjoying the water, anyway. 🙂 Watch below video from our whole day summer outing last June 2 at Uncle's Events Place in Bulacan. 🙂 Click HD for better viewing. Credits/Music by:… Continue reading Summer 2019
“Once a dog has been scalded with boiling water, he will even fear cold water.” How many today are afraid of the cold water that brings refreshment just because they have been burned once and having difficulty to trust again? I am raising a hand. ……… Many of you might have noticed that there… Continue reading Stangers in Alibijaban
Because, why not? I don’t want to be a hypocrite as I sometimes have this misconception that locally produced products are cheap and in low quality. I admit I love buying branded items whenever I go out of the country and I am fond of checking these pasabuy accounts online for updates on outlet… Continue reading Support Local
It all started with the desire to buy a Coach backpack at the start of the year, but due to the promise I said to myself that I will not give-in to the temptation to spend on unnecessary, I had this bright idea to sell my pre-loved Coach Drawstring shoulder bag I bought sometime end… Continue reading Letting Go Doesn’t Mean Giving Up
I was a fan of coffee during my early adulthood. The bitter-sweet taste of brewed coffee every morning helped me survive all the monthly deadlines and planning seasons in the past decade. Until acute gastroenteritis hit me so hard that doctors advised me to avoid caffeine, aside from spicy and dairy. Since then, I learned… Continue reading A Coffee A Day At South Korea: Letting Go
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It was almost 3 months When the last blog was published and read It was around 12 weeks When notebook and pen were last held It was 84 days ago From the time I typed some words It’s just the 4th month Yet happenings seem like a year-worth. I needed to release some emotions I… Continue reading Writer’s Block