It has been a while since my last post. I’ve been too busy in school and rarely come online.
Anyway, these three workers caught my attention while I was eating my dinner at the dirty kitchen. This is not a very good capture, I know. But somehow it reminds me of how to live life. We have to work on the things we want to have and strive harder for the things we need. Regardless of our size, if only we do and believe we can, nothing is impossible.
I don’t have the slightest idea why I love sunset.
It’s the only subject I know my finger won’t stop snapping the camera’s shutter.
Sunset at Paseo del Mar
Where did I go today? Ahhh, I went out with my friend, Alexis. We went to lit candle at the legendary Fort Pilar and then we went to Paseo del Mar to see the sun set.
I love the way how the sun kiss the ocean water and bid farewell to the blue sky.
The candle and the sunset made my Sunday
I owe my mom for buying me the best gift I ever received last Christmas. It’s to her I give my thanks for making one of my dreams come true
I thought of you and smiled today… not because I still miss you, but because I realized I will still be happy without you. Much as the sun leaves and darkness cover the sky yet the hope of tomorrow doesn’t die.
This is Pandilusan Island, almost a forgotten paradise.
The white sand and clear ocean water meets the open sea, a wonderful place where I want to be.
There are only not more than 30 families living here, and they have tales you will be interested to hear (:
From The Distance
The deepest human defeat suffered by human beings is constituted by the difference between what one was capable of becoming and what one has in fact become – Ashley Montagu