Life

The Mundane and The Random #1

June 18, 2013

“Fun” events while I was in Bonifacio Global City tonight:

  1. I was supposed to head home early, but I waited for Kate for almost an hour, cause I thought we’d walk together
  2. Kate didn’t know I was waiting for her, and she already decided to take the bus to Market! Market! (I feel so used! Abused! loljk)
  3. I still wanted to walk even when it was raining reeeeeeeeheheeeeally hard (I cannot remember what was running through my mind, earlier. I guess I wanted to people watch)
  4. Derek strolled in the pouring rain without an umbrella, while munching an apple. (This was specially amusing to witness)
Life

Small Bump

October 4, 2012

‘Cause you were just a small bump unborn for four months then torn from life.
Maybe you were needed up there but we’re still unaware as why.

Letters, Life, Scribbles

I Felt Nothing

July 18, 2011

When I saw you in the crowd, I felt nothing. Just a relief that I finally found where you were waiting for me. Even if I was already two hours late, you smiled at me. I grinned back.

I’m not a big fan of your new hairstyle. Your hair is too thick, and I liked your Asian hairstyle better. Nonetheless, you’ve always had beautiful hair so I stroked a section of it and commented that it’s getting longer. How I wish I could keep running my hand through your hair, but I didn’t.

Adventures

(Taking Advantage of) The Last Sunny Days Of Summer 2011: Picnic in Diliman

July 5, 2011

Summer has only begun for our friends in the West, but here in the Philippines it has long gone. Rainy days are here, and a lot of us has sadly experienced floods from the last heavy rainfall. 🙁

Suffice to say, summer has officially ended for us here. But I am grateful to have spent the last sunny day with good friends just before it (quite literally) started continuously raining. Kat, Drew, Ryan & yours truly decided that if it didn’t rain during the weekend of June 5, we will have a picnic lunch at the sunken garden of UP Diliman.

Nomnibles

No Oil Cooking

June 19, 2011

This was the first time I went to Maya Kitchen, under the invite of Ryan of Kain Pinoy. The demo class covered no oil cooking using INOS cookware.

I was tempted to buy a set for myself but I have to check my budget first before trying to make an impulse purchase, anyhow, with its safe and health-friendly components, INOS surgical stainless steel cookware is perfect for cooking nutritious meals for your family.