Song : The Beatles

You'd probably heard this song a few years back from The Beatles (they are one of my favies). I'd like to be saturated with this song tonight. So bear with my insanity. :)
Yeah you, got that something I think you'll understand When I say that something I wanna hold your hand I wanna hold your hand I wanna hold your hand 
And when I touch you I feel happy, inside It's such a feeling That my love I can't hide I can't hide I can't hide 

xoxo. <3

Daddy's Girl :)

Hi everyone, I want you to meet my dad. :) 

Advanced Happy Father's Day Papanots. 

I wish I could find a man just like you who will never have to hurt a fragile heart. Or probably somebody who will still treat me like a little girl even if I turn 40 or 50 or 60 and up - I would really really like that. Or somebody who would still appreciate my recipes just like you do. Or probably a man who would want to watch an F1 race on cable TV every weekend with some popcorn and chips - a date doesn't have to be expensive, roght pop? Or maybe somebody who could just stand up for me for once, and hold my hand. And we'll both dance under the rain in June.

Dear Papa. I'm hurting right now. And nobody seems to care. Nobody cares.

Random Shoot: Alyssa

Model and MUA: Alyssa Mae Yabut
Photo and Post Processing: Yours truly :)
"And I dare you to forget the marks you left across my neck, from those nights when we were both found at our best."

Food Trip: Puerto Galera Must Eat!


First of all, I would like to immediately say sorry for not updating my blog from time to time - I've been busy with work lately. I'm enjoying the company of my new work buddies and my boss - from the endless photo booth sessions down to the serious things.

If you've been following my blogs before (Tumblr or Plurk or any of my booboo blogs), you'll be updated with my hourly mood or what-nots. But yeah, I grew tired of them I guess. Or maybe I just got tired of writing love stories. No one will appreciate and nobody will read it anyway. And there's a lot of stories in the world wide web, mine's not interesting. Haha. I'm sorta kinda bitter about it but that's life. *sigh*

In one way or another we all have to move on and forget about how happy things used to be (sweet talks, laugh out louds, photos, date nights - *cries in one corner reminiscing*). Looking on the bright side though, knowing yourself and loving your individuality makes you unique. As Gondo Girls puts it, "Happy Girls are the Prettiest Girls."

Anyhoo, March 15, 2011 is one of the bench marks of my independence. I was able to travel alone to a place where I don't know anyone or anything - I'm a stranger. But of course, thanks to my friends who went to the destination one day ahead of me.

Puerto Galera in Mindoro is one of the hottest and coolest summer spots in the Philippines. You'll love the beach, you'll love the people, and of course you'll love the FOOD! 

What to eat for breakfast:

Philippine's famous SILOGs.

What to eat for lunch:

Galera's Kebab and side dishes
From L-R: Gani (white shirt), Me, Kaye(floral shirt), and Alyssa (black bikini top)

What to eat for meryenda or random stomach rumblings:

Shawarma is all over Galera!
What to have for afternoon delights:

Fruit shakes. (mmm)
Enjoying my strawberry shake under the summer sun! :)

What to eat at dinner time:

Grilled seafood is the best for dinner! Plus sisig and appetizer, SOLVE!
What to drink at night, during party party hours:

Various NOMNOMNOM selections.
Galera Blue - I wonder why it's green. (thinking)
Galera Blue after effects :)
Seriously, if you'll ask me about my total spending for this trip, it only cost me less than php2000.00. Thrifty? But of course!

So there ends my entry for today. My next stop - to the North and back!

"If you really wanna go with me, all you have to do is ask and say please. "

Trip for a Cause :)

In front of Our Lady of Manaoag Shrine

May 7, 2011 - The Annual Pilgrimage to Manaoag facilitated by Kaibigan Movement of Sto. Domingo Parish. Here are some of the photos:

I lit 2 candles and wrote a petition for 2 people. 
Pin Button - Has a unique color for bus assignments :)

The image of Our Lady of Manaoag carved on wood.


The architectural structure of the shrine - breath taking.
Off note: I found myself crying while staring at Her image. Divine intervention, it is indeed.

Better than pearl coolers. :)

The heat of the friendly summer sun is at it's hottest lately, even at night.

Biggie and I went for a walk after our sumptuous (well, not really) meal at Old Chinatown Kopitiam located along the streets of Banawe, we are actually looking for a coffee house where we could possibly grab some desserts.

We ended up at Serenitea.
When we got there, I noticed something odd especially at the cashier area. Never was a time that they had no customers in line - they are always on queuing! Yes, the place is small yet a lot of cars are parked outside the store. Their customers are mostly Chinese.

I ordered Strawberry Tofi Coffee because I'm really fond of strawberry flavored drinks. I really can't describe the way it taste but all I know is that it's better than pearl coolers. smile

Serenitea is located along Banawe Street in Quezon City.
Spending is approximately at 100 per head. :)
Must order: Chips and Strawberry Tofi Coffee