I took this picture on a whim. It was taken at a weird angle and no matter how much I straighten the photo, it would not look "normal". I haven't really been blogging a lot lately. I've been focusing on learning how to take pictures. Actually, no, that's not entirely true. I have been taking … Continue reading The drawing board
How many times have I taken a blogging sabbatical? It happens all the time. I allow the real world and work to take control of my life and the things that make me happy take a back seat. Well, if I intend to be the boss of me eventually, if I intend to be responsible … Continue reading After the hiatus…?
Ooooh apparently, on Tuesday, 18 October, I had 64 views on the blog. 64! That's the highest number I've had for quite a while. I'd like to think that apart from my most popular post on salt and chilli belly pork, I've shared something else interesting! Thanks to everyone who came by and read my … Continue reading Helloooooo dear readers!
Emma Gannon is my favourite millenial (let me just say that I'm not entirely sure I am using this term correctly, I think I am but if you disagree leave a comment and let's discuss!). Mostly because she has done what I've always wanted to do. She has taken a passion for writing and communicating … Continue reading Writing it out
I'd love to hear from everyone reading the blog. It's nice to have a conversation. Could I ask y'all to say hello please and leave comments on the post please. Feedback is always good! This may sound trite, but I do look forward to hearing from you! Save
When I was little, I sat next to my Tita Migen's portable Olivetti typewriter and lovingly trailed my fingertips on the keys. I wasn't allowed to use it. I was told that it wasn't a toy. My aunt was a writer and she wrote short stories and articles for various women's magazines in the Philippines. … Continue reading To write
I used to have a lot of time reading other blogs. I miss it. But as with everything, growing up has this really strange ways of changing one's priorities. I was quite the voracious blog reader and I used to visit blogs and put my two cents in (because I always thought one's opinion was … Continue reading Looking around