I am not too late or too early. This is the right age to become a fan of rock-and-roll legend Stevie Nicks.
Some things just never change. I was just watching Brooklyn 99 when Boyle, a character from the show, caught my attention. He mentioned reviewing food and including the criteria of "mouth feel" in grading food, which was hilariously fascinating. Above: Capt. Holt appreciating Charles Boyle's email blast because his food reviews include measuring "mouth feel". I … Continue reading There’s Just Something about Port Cafe’s Carbonara and Waffles.
Just because something breaks free, doesn't mean nothing beautiful will ever grow again. I'm not heartbroken. I'm just glad that the stem I trimmed from my Stapelia plant grew its own stems as well (see pic above), after more than a week since I transferred it to a different container. (Cue newbie plant momma squeals). So, … Continue reading I Cloned My Stapelia!
Womenite—a planned informal get-together that turned out as a gathering of bright women from Davao's local business sector. It was almost seven in the evening when I arrived at the PLDT Innolab in Ponciano. And I must be honest. Before that, I was procrastinating, imagining the mud and the hassle from the traffic congestion I'd … Continue reading Starting the Year Right with Womenite
Hello! This is a summarized daily review of wearing anti-radiation eyeglasses (ARE) for one week. One of my problems recently is this eye strain I get from facing the computer screen in our office for about 7-8 hours. First of all, I'm used to computer glare since College. Apparently, this time, the glare has been … Continue reading REVIEW: Wearing Anti-radiation Eyeglasses for One Week
The sun, when it's not shining too brightly that it sticks our clothes to our skin—this almost always means that I have a good day ahead, no matter what happens. The good days—what is so "good" about them? Was it that really beautiful, like how we remember them now? Maybe it really was, but on … Continue reading The Good Old Days
(With SPOILERS!) Bad Genius is an exciting Thai Ocean’s 11-esque film directed by Nattawut Poonpiriya. Chutimon Chuengcharoensukying as the main character Lynn reminded me of strong-headed Iwaya Sumire, played by Japanese actress and model Koyuki in the famous Japanese manga and TV series, Kimi Wa Petto (2003). She gave justice to Lynn’s motives and glided … Continue reading REVIEW: Bad Genius (2017)