Sunday, June 21, 2015

Beautiful Sunday # 165 - Life is good

I was quite surprised that my past post gathered a number of comments. :) On the average, I knew only three to five people who regularly visit, patiently read, and leave words of appreciation and encouragement. It just feels good to find a small group of support system here. Thank you so much everyone! :) 

Meanwhile, here are the few beautiful things that made my week.

Weekend Rain and Misty Windows - This weather! The rain and the colder weather gave me more reasons to appreciate this weekend at home. A few of my colleagues reported for work for a major event. I may have failed to witness a significant milestone at the workplace but weekends like this? There's nothing to regret about spending a quiet and relaxing weekend with the family.

Grey and Bailey - #StopYulin I cannot understand how some groups can find fulfillment in slaughtering helpless dogs and cats. Even Pope Francis posted the stand of the Catholic Church

Define weekends - A bag of chicacorn from Binondo is another sinful way of spending weekends with the family.

Rainy days and movies - Perfect treat! Colder weather, pajamas, cotton sheets and blanket and reminiscing good old days with a favorite movie. Anyone who can guess one of my all time favorite movie? :)

Belgian Waffles! - I got this as soon as I saw it in the rack of the nearby 7-11 store. My verdict though? Too sweet for my taste buds. 

Something from the mail - Thank you The Candy Shop for making me happy even just for a while. 

While waiting for my Roger Vivier ... - Hahaha Aside from Valentino's rock studs, I've been dreaming of owning a pair of this ballerina flats. While everything is still a work in progress, I settled to this pair from Staccato

The family that eats together, stays together - This was thanksgiving lunch with the family a few days ago. My cousin who was mistakenly diagnosed with a serious heart ailment has been healed through second opinion. Thank you for leading our family to a smarter and better cardiologist.

The photos were taken from my friends recent trekking experience to Mt. Pinatubo. I lent my camera and sought permission to publish these photos. 

The majestic Mt.Pinatubo! The volcanic crater that turned to a beautiful lake years after. Give me a few more years to shed off my lbs :), I will have my own Mt. Pinatubo experience. 

I found these inspiring video from YouTube

and this is just perfect for Father's Day


  1. Di kaya ng puso ko yung Yulin. Heartbreaking.

    Roger Vivier...channeling Mareng Kate?

  2. Cheese chicacorn naman yung nasa bahay. Kaadik yan! Yung Valentino-inspired flats, nakakita rin ako sa Primadonna sa SM Manila. Nice rin yang sa Stacatto, ha! Hehe. I haven't been to Mt. Pinatubo but it's one of the places in my travel list. :)

  3. OMG! That cornick!


  4. Now I'm craving for chichacorn tuloy. Just have to keep it a secret kasi bawal na junk foods sa bahay. LOLs.

    Serendipity! (obvious yung likod ni John Cusack... haha!) Which reminds me, ang tagal na since last ko siyang napanood. Maybe it's time to download it again. Kakapanood ko lang ng Drive Me Crazy and The Count of Monte Cristo last weekend.

  5. The family dinner looks delicious, with the fish and fruits. I hope you are doing ok, and things will be looking up soon!


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