People chase sunsets. More often than not, people stop what they are doing to take the perfect photograph of a fading sunset. It’s evanescent. No matter where the location is , people watch sunsets with awe as it unfolds.
The world is your playground. Why aren’t you playing? – Ellie Katz
The other day, my boyfriend surprised and showed me a photo he took while I was sleeping. He said I was so poised like I was having a photo shoot. LOL.
It is a surprise to see Manila Bay this calm, clean and beautiful. It makes you want to go on a cruise or dip your feet in salt water. But you know it’s not a good idea because some parts are polluted with thrash and mud. I hope our government does its job to beautify, clean and preserve. On the other hand, I hope my people will discipline themselves.
Manila Bay is so beautiful with a perfect sunset. I hope many more generations get to see its beauty.
There have been many times in the past where I felt that the whole world is going to fall on me any minute. There were instances when I just wanted to disappear on the face of the Earth. Family problems, uneasiness, emptiness, financial troubles, insecurity, and that lack of direction in life have hounded me many times. I felt like giving up.
I am so hooked to cooking our dinners. Like I said in my previous post Cooking It Up, I have no interest in cooking before because growing up we had house helpers who did everything for us at home. I just know how to request for food and eat them. Now that we don’t employ a house helper anymore and I live with a boyfriend who doesn’t have any idea what to do with kitchen utensils, I was faced with the challenge of learning how to cook for our dinner everyday.
Looked over my instagram feed for pictures that I want to submit to the topic “Dense” – Weekly Photo Challenge for March 29, 2017. I don’t use the word Dense in my vocabulary and I had to google it to get the right meaning. Although I have an idea what it means but I just want to be sure. It means “closely compacted in substance” or “stupid.” Continue reading “Closely compacted”