Just recently, my cousins (the moNIECES as Ashti would call us) and I had a quick afternoon out at Patches. Patches is the burger joint in our small, busy town, in Villasis. It sells enormous burger that could feed up to 10 people*.
*depending on ones appetite
Here’s a quick vlog about that day. Watch it. Hope you enjoy it, and please…SUBSCRIBE. Thanks ♥
Like a butterfly trying to set free from her cocoon, I’m patiently waiting for the day I can finally take matters into my own hands.
I am disappointed, broken but still functioning. I’m slowly turning into a robot. Working fine physically but little by little, I’m starting to lose my emotions. I don’t feel pain, remorse, happiness, and love as much as I did before. My insides are slowly turning into metal, just functioning mechanically.
I’m sick and tired of living like this everyday. I just want to break free, fly and soar as high as I want to be, in a place I would fit in. I’d like to see a happier, and better version of myself.
I’ve been living a lie most days of my life. I just want to be genuinely happy. It hurts a lot today, but maybe someday, I’d find the pot of gold at the end of my rainbow. Someday…someday…
If you’re from Manila/QC you’d probably know that The Food Truck Manila -QC is the newest addition to the food parks around QC.
Food Truck Manila – QC is located along Kamias St., in QC.
Many establishments have opened along, or around Maginhawa St., and this is the newest member of the family.
FTM-QC opens at 5PM and closes at 2AM. It is the perfect hangout and chill place for barkadas. They have a lot of different stalls, that sell a variety of dishes, and deserts. I didn’t have that much photos during because I was too busy vlogging. 😦 Sorry, blog. Next time, I’ll make sure to have enough photos for my blog. haaay.
Last Thursday Night, my friends and I met again. (finally, after eons! I’m so sorry guys, I love you!). We had a good few hours of catching-up #KudaIsLyfu
Anw, here is my 2nd Vlog, hope you guys enjoy!
My friends and I were supposed to watch “Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales”. But by some random text message, we got to Urbiztondo Beach in La Union. (*Ahem! Hello, Gelica!)
We left Pangasinan at around 1:30PM and arrived in LU at 4PM. As expected, there was traffic and a lot (but not so much) people in the beach. We didn’t swim though bec we didn’t want to get wet. ??? HAHAHAHA. IKR. Anw, here is a short quick edit of our trip to La Union!
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If we were having coffee, we would probably be catching up. Staring at each other, letting the awkwardness fill the silence. We’ll think about something new to do or maybe plan another adventure, somewhere we haven’t been to.
If we were having coffee, maybe we’d be out of town. We’d be driving far far away from the city to catch a good view. It would be by the mountain, by the lake or even by the beach. It wouldn’t really matter as long as I’m with you.
If we were having coffee, I’d spill my coffee on you. Then I’d order another cup, and spill that on you too. But if we were having booze, that would be better too. I’d slap your face while telling you I like you.
I wish we had coffee. Then maybe, just maybe, it would be a different story.
I didn’t realize that I was a picky eater until my mom told me. I didn’t agree at first because I never knew I was one.
I’d like to defend myself by listing the food I don’t enjoy eating.
We were having lunch at home that time. She noticed that I was pushing the eggplant from the pinakbet to the side.
*I like eating eggplant if it’s just the eggplant. Boiled, ensalada, torta, as long as you don’t mix it with any other dish then it’s fine with me!
IKR!!! I’m pretty sure that this should be on top of the list. I don’t really know why or how I started disliking kare-kare. I just remember that I don’t like it since the first time they served it since I was little.
I like fruits. Yeah but Melon? Naaaah. I think I have to pass. Oh wait! Let’s add Jackfruit, and guyabano. Ugh!
Maybe I’m not really a picky eater. There are just some food I don’t prefer. Well who knows, someday I might change my mind. Or my taste buds… Ha-ha!
I was on another afternoon stroll. This time I was with my cousin and two other kids. I love biking in the afternoon to take some time off work, and to catch up with reality.
I usually go to this quiet, serene area in our town. It has been a jogging spot in the morning which turns into a rice or corn drying area at noon. It has become a known route for runners, and bikers.
Most of the time, I take my camera with me because I love watching the sunset from that part of our town. Plus I’ve always wanted to take a photo of the birds flying around that area during sunset. Provincial life? Totally!
The little boy who went with us that afternoon said that the place was nice as it was his first time to stop and appreciate the area. Most of the time, he just passes by and he never, even once took a look. He just pedals his way through.
His statement gave me a pause. It made me realize that yeah, this life is pretty amazing if we just stop worrying, and start appreciating. Little things, when grouped together becomes big things.
There’s this song from our church which goes “count your blessings name them one by one, count your blessings see what God has done.” And true enough, if we count our many blessings, we will see how lucky we are. We just have to learn how to be grateful, even as tiny as to waking up in the morning.
Always take a time, as little as 5mins in a day, and try to reflect. Try to say a little prayer, to God or to the stars even and see how the universe would turn differently. This time, better.