salmon & milk tea
Me in my natural habitat.
Paul caught me doing my thing! ^^. On every out of town trip, our routine still haven’t changed. We’d both wake up early before everybody else to go for a walk and watch the sun rise. He’d always find and point out things that I might find interesting. He’s so cute when he does that. He’d also take photos himself and then show me after. So I guess this is one of them? haha
Hellooo & happy loooong weekend to everyone! :3
April 2014 | Las Casas de Acuzar, Bataan

Me in my natural habitat.

Paul caught me doing my thing! ^^. On every out of town trip, our routine still haven’t changed. We’d both wake up early before everybody else to go for a walk and watch the sun rise. He’d always find and point out things that I might find interesting. He’s so cute when he does that. He’d also take photos himself and then show me after. So I guess this is one of them? haha

Hellooo & happy loooong weekend to everyone! :3

April 2014 | Las Casas de Acuzar, Bataan

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“If you want to learn what someone fears losing, watch what they photograph.”

On top of Antipolo again where Manila looks to tiny and smoggy.

Today, I just closed off a deal with our first ever freelance client! I’m so stoked to be working with Paul and his brother, Meme who will be our architect for this project. Both Paul and Meme were not able to make it so I sat down with our clients alone. I got myself a chocolate milkshake to calm my nerves (also because I just could not pass up on milkshake hihi ^^. it was a tough choice between the milkshake and the lava cake, not to mention the sticky cinnamon bun that was staring right at me @_@ hmmm..).

I guess they were just as excited as I was for they already had drawn for me a floor plan laid out on  the back of a crumpled plane ticket folded eight times. What’s funny is that both tito and tita still couldn’t decide on having the walk-in closet and or the tree house so I suggested they get both! haha! I had a lot of fun! I felt really giddy and nervous at first but it turned out pretty well. Thank you God. This is a wonderful blessing. I can’t wait to begin collaborating with my hipster architect and awesome co-engineer tomorrow! Currently feeling that on-top-of-the-world-all-around-and-over sensation again. c;

Ricoh 35 efl | Solid Gold 200 | 04.2014

Let’s get lost together.

Mt. Samat, Bataan | April 2014

Matt Berninger, Mistaken for Strangers (documentary)
“It’s true, you are terrible at a lot of things. But there are a couple of things that nobody else does as well as you do. It drives me bananas that you will throw yourself away completely because of one or two things that you think are wrong about you. That’s what breaks my heart. You got to ignore those and lean towards the things that make you like yourself. Forget everything else. Fake it. Fake your way upwards.”
In my life I’ve made tons of wrong decisions. For example, taking up a course I completely have no idea about. Thank God I met Paul during our third year in college which prevented me from shifting to Architecture, I’d probably be still stuck in school by now. But what if I just grabbed the opportunity and shifted anyway? Would I have had a different life then?
Some thoughts have been occurring to me lately, and right now when I’m supposed to be sleeping, I’m thinking about the choices I made and the choices that other people made because of me. The what if’s always played around my head like a broken top.
I guess what I’m trying to put out is that this is me. I am a collection of past errors and mistakes and I feel that I can’t make things right. It’s true that our choices make us who we are but there is a great deal of ourselves being made while we are making those decisions.
I think I’m done with thinking about the things that might have been. I need to start focusing on my life right now and where I want to go. Because honestly, I feel that it is going to be a looong journey. Plans are good but in life things are never in accordance with what we think we want so why bother.
Looking at this photo I remember that we were on top of a hill and Paul wanted to take a photo of me. I didn’t want to so I went and tried to grab the camera from him. Unknowingly though, he pressed the shutter and captured me in my true-est form. It’s sometimes unbelievable how he brings out the best in me.
Right now, I told him I want to live in Japan for a year, take up a second degree and not a masters unlike most people with sense would, pursue my insatiable want and happiness in art. He pushes me like I won’t make a fool of myself and I just go on ahead because I know he’ll catch me when I trip over.
With this, I’d like to thank whoever is reading this. This is a ridiculously long piece of nonsense that wasted 312.24 seconds of your life, but still.
Antipolo, Rizal | April 2014
Ricoh 35 efl | Solid Gold 200 | 04.2014

In my life I’ve made tons of wrong decisions. For example, taking up a course I completely have no idea about. Thank God I met Paul during our third year in college which prevented me from shifting to Architecture, I’d probably be still stuck in school by now. But what if I just grabbed the opportunity and shifted anyway? Would I have had a different life then?

Some thoughts have been occurring to me lately, and right now when I’m supposed to be sleeping, I’m thinking about the choices I made and the choices that other people made because of me. The what if’s always played around my head like a broken top.

I guess what I’m trying to put out is that this is me. I am a collection of past errors and mistakes and I feel that I can’t make things right. It’s true that our choices make us who we are but there is a great deal of ourselves being made while we are making those decisions.

I think I’m done with thinking about the things that might have been. I need to start focusing on my life right now and where I want to go. Because honestly, I feel that it is going to be a looong journey. Plans are good but in life things are never in accordance with what we think we want so why bother.

Looking at this photo I remember that we were on top of a hill and Paul wanted to take a photo of me. I didn’t want to so I went and tried to grab the camera from him. Unknowingly though, he pressed the shutter and captured me in my true-est form. It’s sometimes unbelievable how he brings out the best in me.

Right now, I told him I want to live in Japan for a year, take up a second degree and not a masters unlike most people with sense would, pursue my insatiable want and happiness in art. He pushes me like I won’t make a fool of myself and I just go on ahead because I know he’ll catch me when I trip over.

With this, I’d like to thank whoever is reading this. This is a ridiculously long piece of nonsense that wasted 312.24 seconds of your life, but still.

Antipolo, Rizal | April 2014

Ricoh 35 efl | Solid Gold 200 | 04.2014

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