Rediscovering old interests and hobbies.

It’s cute how my dad loves taking photos of my mom’s plants, which she dearly loves as much as she loves her children.


Baguio City. Tranquil beauty and invigorating breeze.


September 6, Wednesday

Today marks the six months that I have been employed. Half a year. I have been with a job for half a year already. Continue reading “Six.”

Take things one at a time, and don’t forget to breathe.

Time is such a shitty concept.

The hardest part about being away is the last trip home before another lengthy and sad trip for work. You’re haunted with questions of what might have not been said, or what might not have been done. It’s at this time where you regret that you didn’t hold him enough times or kiss him enough or told him how much you loved him at those times you could have. You go back to every laugh. You go back to every conversation. You go back to every hug. You go back to every touch. You go back to every kiss. You go back to everything, and wish that you could do it all over again, twice as much. Even thrice as much. You curse the day for having only 24 hours, the weekend for having only two days. You ask yourself over and over if you could have done better, better than the best. You look back at your planned surprises, moments you’ve replayed over and over again in your head that have never seen fruition. You think back to those accidental, serendipitous moments you never expected to happen but left you wanting more and more and more time with the one you love because a weekend never really is enough. Time is such a shitty concept, and thinking too much about it, of how you can make it worthwhile is ironic as it robs you of those much needed time. At the end of the day, however, nothing matters more than the thought that you were with the one you love most, and that you were home. ❤


Bye for now, love.

This is it.

It’s my first sunrise in a new, foreign place. I didn’t know it would be this hard to be away from all the people and the places you loved. It’s still different to be actually HOME. It’s funny though, because this is all I’ve ever wanted. To be where I haven’t been before, doing the things I love.

Maybe this is me still adjusting. Maybe this is just the start. Maybe tomorrow will be different. Maybe today will be different.

I lay there, ruffling through the curtains, trying to sleep. I notice, from the little space provided from the parting of my curtain, a bright light illuminating the clouds that have beautifully enveloped the night sky. I pull the curtain away and see the light in its full glory. I lay there, silently staring, thinking, the moon must be mocking me because I cannot sleep. I continue staring at it. I marvel how the clouds immediately surrounding it has turned dark, dark, darker, almost black. How could that be? Is this an effect of the moon’s bright shine? An illusion brought about by light? Or is it just really the spaces of the night sky where the clouds converge. A car passes, its yellow lights shining the shadows in my room. Radiohead plays in my ears. I close my eyes and I try to sleep. The song changes. I open my eyes and look up. The moon is still there, shining brightly and still surrounded with those perfectly sculpted clouds. And it’s still mocking me.

First PhotoWalk of the year

I went to an impromptu photo walk last week after being holed up in my room last Wednesday. This was after a very uncomfortable trip from Manila for a job interview. Anyway, here are some of the shots I took. I decided to go walking late in the afternoon because those minutes before dusk gives the best light. I also got a little carried away with taking out of focus photographs.

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