Wednesday, March 12, 2014

2014-2017 Wishlist

3 years. Oh well. Because these things are not a priority but ladies need closet staples right?

1. DVF wrap dress in this print - I hope they don't run out in this design once I'm able to purchase.


2. Minnetonka El Paso Mocassins - or the Kilty in gray. Already had the Kilty in Taupe but I had to give it away... very sad story. It is the most comfortable shoes ever. Driving is a breeze on those babies. I need to have them again.



3. This Coach Clutch in Silver Blue. I. Need. This.



Which ones do you like?


Wednesday, January 22, 2014

While many are so happy with this kind of chill we're experiencing in the Metro, I'm more of worried and afraid on what's coming this summer. Colder January means bracing a hotter April and May.

My tummy's grumbling so bad, I'm flipping in bed. I may have had too much coffee today. But I've done a lot of pending work despite. Later is another day, I need to start exercising too-the weather is just a great excuse to stay extra hours in bed. 

Sunday, January 19, 2014

Best Buy of the Day

Booksale in Greenhills is our heaven. We spend 3-4 hours in the store for  hardbound books, children's books and magazine back issues to take home for less.

My best buy yesterday was this American Vogue April 2013 issue for 30 bucks. It is in perfect condition, wala lang plastic cover.









Friday, January 17, 2014


#ootd: Dress by Prada, Purple sling bag by Robinson's Department Store, maroon suede wedges by Crocs.
background: Jake and Willa enjoying a windy morning before Ritchelle's wedding.


Saturday, January 11, 2014

Little project

My husband suddenly had an idea to unearth the old baby crib and convert it into kids' study table. Its been pending for a week now and I decided to remodel the room today (because nothing can fit in that small space anymore). Its not done yet - I don't know where to dispose an awful lot of toys, a matress and other stuff I never imagine would fit inside.

This is how it should look like:


This is my reality:


I need to edit the books, wait for the Cars case to pack away those precious cars still inside its box, find a way how it would be tidy... There's just no room anymore and I've thrown a lot of stuff already. 

This will test Mommy's organization skills. So help me.




Friday, January 10, 2014

I met my real FATHER a couple of years ago and he actually told things about the future events that I couldn't fathom. In 2011, he told me about a catastrophe happening which will bring in a number of U.S. Fleet and U.N. forces in the Southern part of this country. I was floored when it came to me that IT JUST HAPPENED (read: Haiyan). Now he's telling me another sequence of events are bound to happen.

It may not be clear to me where his affiliation lies, believe me, I'm a skeptic when it comes to conspiracy theories (or I try to be). He tried to explain what he's doing and I tried to understand but I just can't grasp the context of his work.

I am certain many parts of our rich history has been staged or completely twisted. I just hope the next set of events my father told me was wrong. But at some part of my thoughts, it is for the better when he'll be right. 

His words (based from my recall) were: "You may need to seek a higher and safer ground. I will tell you when and come prepared. An earthquake will hit Manila and nearby places. Many people will die, the government will be immobilized and another one will take over." 

And I asked when, he said, "really, really soon".

Thursday, January 09, 2014

2014 Wishlist #1


History of the Filipino People by Teodoro Agoncillo.

I once read this book during the time when I was obsessed with History but never had a copy. I was 14 then.