1. Ever held your breath whenever the creamy white milk started pouring and infusing into the blackness of coffee? I do, all the time. It’s a war of worlds until it’s not. It’s a wonderful thing trying to find zen in the little things, get lost in them, and finding bits of appreciation that’ll remind you that there are still good days despite its scarcity.

    Good morning.

  2. Skeletons

  3. Sweet pea
    Keeper of my soul
    I know sometimes I’m out of control

    A rare view of my sister being the softie that she really is.

  4. She asked where he lived. “Second to the right,” said Peter, “and then straight on ‘til morning.” (Peter Pan, J. M. Barrie)

    I haven’t shot my sisters in a while, so this was a nice coming home activity for me as they needed new profile pictures for their Facebook pages (haha!). I enjoyed it a lot…painfully, though. The feel of my camera often comes foreign to me lately that I was extremely enthused at the thought of having my creative way with portraiture again upon asked by my sisters. I was still very anxious about it, but the fact that I was shooting with them had me at a different calm. This, and the summer mountain breeze. Baguio City is sweater town and I would have this over smouldering heat any day.

    My youngest sister Nadine is growing into a lady. She’s starting high school this school year. I hope it serves her far better than it did me. *cringe* Knowing her, however, I’m sure she’ll sail through. She’s always been the strong one.

  5. No, I don’t.

  6. And of course, the loves of my life.

    Tagged #Home
  7. Roasted Chicken Sandwich

  8. My brother’s Messy Garden Burger. Nom.

  9. I think my relationship with coffee has been my longest and most enduring relationship.