This little lady got me swimming again. She doesn’t know it. The meaning of her nudging words, ‘Sige na Mommy, float ka and swim ka ulit!’. It got me back. Back to the pool. Back to lapping. Back to freestyle and breaststroke (re-mastered in a month). So thank you, my sweet little girl. Mommy’s fit because of you.
this is Yah Coffee‘s Banoffee Pie. Finally! With real bananas topped with coffee chocolate bits. One good reason to keep on coming back to Isabela, not to mention the A-grade Cappuccino & Sagada Coffee at this cafe. Bon bon appetit!
Got to Mantrade at 5am today. The first of many returns where I got here before sunrise. Now at the at Norwegian embassy and I’m grateful for the bus and bus driver that brought me back, the elderly taxi driver inquiring about Glenda the new storm who drove safely to BGC and the other one in red who negotiated traffic without delay. Here now, as scheduled.
more than seeing the glass half-full
it’s never worrying about emptiness
more than light at the tunnel’s end
it’s about overcoming fear, its darkness
more than seeking company
it’s homing into solitude
find happiness, capture it, live it
this is your project for the world, Vitti