So here’s what happened when Taku visited my hometown: He worn mask in a non-air conditioned bus because it was too dusty and watched “Lie to me” Season 1 in the entire 8-hour trip! He was able to use once again the words, “Mano po!” to everyone with glasses and white hair (even to some person we just talk to in the market). He visited with … Continue reading Oh! The Japanese is young!
She was a beautiful bride.It was one of the most beautiful wedding I’ve ever witnessed. I thought that I already prepared for the event and will never be emotional but at the moment the church’s door was opened and Zha in a beautiful pink shoes and white tube gown with a very beautiful smile appeared, I’ve proven that “wedding” is part of my long list … Continue reading She was a beautiful bride.
When we were kids, whenever we go to Manila, we have to leave at midnight and wait for the bus since going to Manila is a 4 to 5 hour bus ride. I got used to it because my dad used to leave and arrive at midnight every weekend and when I was in college and needs to attend to my SK responsibilities, I used … Continue reading Bus to Quezon
She’s the person who has the most influence in my life, literally, not just because she’s my mom but because she’s very good in her craft…motherhood. She’s very shy whenever someone praises her on how she managed to raise her children well (well, I guess we’re good kids kahit papano. Haha), she’ll lightly hit the person while joking that “90% of how a child thinks … Continue reading Supermom!
Once I heard this from a friend, “that’s the good thing about time, it flies.” “It’s funny how day by day nothing changes, but when you look back, everything’s different”. From my old blog (Sept. 2008): It’s so amazing how time flies so fast. How the handwritten became typewritten, how Betamax became DVD, how penpals became phonepals and eventually became textmates, how porridge was made … Continue reading Grew up fast.
Home feels good, always. And Easter Sunday brings HOPE, always. Sabi sa text ni Lloyd Luna, author ng “Is there a job waiting for you?” and “Do you have the life of your own?”…EVERYTHING ends up alright. If it’s not yet alright, then it’s not yet the end.” Maybe that’s why I’m feeling uneasy these days, madami pang hindi “alright.” But I’m glad that I’m … Continue reading Nasa bahay ang puso ko (super mushy entry!)