Weekly Photo Challenge: New

This photo was photo is posted on my instagram account.  This year, I’ll start the month with a new schedule (graveyard shift) which I am not used to, but these are new challenges in life, beginning, and another experience.  So to make this new schedule a breeze, I’ve been busy the day preparing my bed and room to make it cozier and relaxing when I get back from work in the morning.  Mimicking night by using a dark curtain.  I hope everyone starts the new year right and happy. 🙂

new

In response to this week’s photo challenge from The Daily Post.

Life is beautiful! Share every moment! God Bless!

Advertisements

Weekly Photo Challenge: Gone, But Not Forgotten

Theme: Gone,But Not Forgotten

Fotor_141797604970796

This photo was taken 25 weeks ago at a subway train station (Buendia Station Manila Philippines).  It was taken a Sunday afternoon and I was on my way to work after church.  It symbolizes how fast time goes by and people important to us may come and go, temporarily or permanently.  But these people were all part of our journey in life and will never be forgotten, like characters to our own story.

Weekly Photo Challenge: Converge

Lines and curves

Land, Air and Water

Converge to a perfect and surreal scene.

Taal Lake – a freshwater lake in Batangas, Philippines. View from the top (Tagaytay,Philippines).

Fotor_141732138746992Photo taken: July 2014

Posted in response to The Daily Post Weekly Photo Challenge

BOND & EAT

As for my first blog entry, I would like to share something special and personal.  Growing up as only child makes you wonder how life would be if you have a sister to talk to, share those little secrets with, play dress up and more.  I do have a half-sister who grew miles away from me and though we are not together, we have constant communication and visit our mom together now and then.

She is scheduled for a work interview and asked me to go with her.  So the plan is to pick her up at my mom’s place right after I get off from work so she can stay at my place the night before her interview.  What’s cool is instead of just my sister (Pauline) coming with me, my mom and my younger sister (Melissa) also joined us.  So it was a small slumber party (family bonding) at home.

We all left at the same time the next day and Pauline and I went to her interview, but on our way, she received a phone call that her interview schedule is cancelled for the day and moved the following day.  So, change of plans and it was way too early, (9am) malls are still closed. 🙂  So we grabbed a heavy breakfast at Tokyo Tokyo. We knew we are into a long walk ahead since we decided to spend the day together strolling the mall, and food tripping.

Next stop, STARBUCKS! Yes, it is now the month where mostly everyone collects stickers for the yearly planner and I still have a lot of drinking to do. 🙂 Ordered my favorite Christmas frappe blend – Toffee Nut latte and my sister tried another Christmas blend – Peppermint Mocha Frappe.  Well, two venti frappuccinos heard all the long stores of both happy and sad memories we have.

Starbucks 2015 planner

Starbucks 2015 planner

Please  visit https://www.facebook.com/StarbucksPhilippines for promo details and mechanics.

Next stop, VANILLA CUPCAKE BAKERY at 3/F Glorietta 4, Makati City.  What captured our attention is the ambiance.  It was like you are ages back and living in Alice in Wonderland story and tea party for cute little girls. So many candy colored cupcakes, the chairs and tables are superb.  Table centerpieces are so cute and it was like a dreamland for little girls. 

Cute flower centepiece with my sister's strawberry iced tea.

Cute flower centerpiece with my sister’s strawberry iced tea.

Cool chairs, colorful cupcakes plates, mason jar for cold drinks.

Cool chairs, colorful cupcakes plates, mason jar for cold drinks.

The colors are so cute and ever wonder why the themes they have looks familiar? Remember the clothing brand Kamiseta? Yes, Vanilla Cupcake Bakery is also owned by the couple who also owned KAMISETA Gunn and Chris Roque.

Continue reading