So it’s one week into the “Year of the Ram” (or Goat, or Sheep, whichever you prefer) and I’m just now posting the photos I took of the Chinese new year celebrations here in Manila. -_- I’ve actually already wrote a long-winded post but got sidetracked by an overload of work from my job. Real life has to … Continue reading
If you’ve stayed in the Philippines during the holidays, you’re probably used to the sound of fireworks even during the day. It wasn’t any different this year: There were sporadic fireworks going off as early as 9 in the morning like a familiar tempo, becoming even more fast-paced, the roar from the fireworks relentless as night fell. 2015 came, and you know the exact moment it arrived in the Philippines from the spontaneous eruption of fireworks all around.
Day 1: August 29. FridayDay 1 of Project365. I’m ready for my close up! #hercmycat #project365 #365daysofhercules #cats #cat #catsofinstagram #catsig #catsagram #aug29 #friday Today I’ve decided to take on a 365 Project of my cat Hercules on Instagram. It’s been at the back of my mind since he was diagnosed with chronic kidney disease in … Continue reading
My amateur attempt at shooting the “supermoon” . The year 2014 has five “supermoons”. Two new moons in January, and three full moons in July, August, and September. Of the five supermoons of 2014, this fourth one on August 11, 2014 (August 10, 2:10 PM EDT) is the closest point the moon is to Earth for the whole year. … Continue reading
Typhoons are frequent visitors to the Philippines. We get an average of about 20 typhoons a year. (We’re not called “a welcome mat for typhoons” for nothing.) Typhoon Glenda (International name Rammasun) churned through Metro Manila this morning. It is the first Category-3 typhoon after last year’s destructive Category-5 super typhoon Yolanda (International name Haiyan). … Continue reading
This is Hercules, my cat. He’s a 4th generation pet in our family, born and raised in our house. He is now 13 years old, and has recently been diagnosed with chronic kidney disease (or Chronic Renal Disease – CRD). Needless to say, I cry every time I look at him and he looks back … Continue reading