- In the garden...
- Angie: Hala naa lage flower dire, karon pa ko.
- Thirdy: (took the flower and ate it)
- Angie: Hala makaon diay na? (amazed)
- Thirdy: O.
- Angie: Gae ko beh. Kuhai ko Third.
- Thirdy: (gave Angie a flower to put inside her mouth just like he did)
- Angie: Unsaon man nako ni? Kan-on?
- Thirdy: (nods while eating his own flower)
- Angie: (places flower inside her mouth ready to chew)
- Moments later...
- Thirdy: DILI BITAW NA MAKAON UI!
- Angie: O_O I knew it!
- Minutes later, I checked them outside
- Me: Hoy nag-unsa mo?
- Angie: Nagkaon.
- Me: Give meeeeeeeee!!!
- Angie: Third tagai si Ate.
- Thirdy: (gave me a flower)
- Me: WTFFFFF -_-
I play the piano. Technically this is NOT a piano. But I miss practicing.
My painting. I want to paint again. Maybe this summer.
One Saturday afternoon,
Me: Why are the dogs making so much noise?
Then my brother went out because our gate was open and he saw that a little horse already went inside our garden and that’s why the dogs are going bonkers.
All pictures taken by my sister Angie because honestly I was very occupied jumping up and down while my lil brother chased the horse out of the garden. :)
SPOT THE HORSE! *DORA MODE*
What the hell is going on. Hahaha. It’s too cute though so I made sure our dogs did not harm the pony.
Sometimes, the almost ritual self-flagellation we Filipinos like to inflict on ourselves prevents us from seeing the plain truth. But during at least two defining moments in our history, we outdid ourselves, and showed a path for the rest of the world.
In 1898, we were the first in all of Asia to establish a republic. And in 1986 we were the first in modern history to stage a people power revolution. True, much unfinished business remains - but the reality is we have been given the gift of a great start. It is a wonderful legacy we can use to our advantage, if only we put our minds to it and our shoulders to history’s wheel.
We remember.” —Unfading glory, Philippine Daily Inquirer Editorial - 02/25/11 (via flyingjeepney)
I had dinner at Mandarin after night jogging today. I took another grueling Finance exam and a Math exam with an indivisible synthetic division. -_-
But this salad redeemed my day.
I love how I have to plow through all the fruits just to get to my favorite part: MANGOES!
xoxo. I guess I should really eat more fruits now.