Tuesday, August 18, 2009

Adrenalin Rush

Joining the fun @ Subic International Raceway (with hubby, Kimi and Gerard)

for pictures: http://www.facebook.com/album.php?aid=101123&id=567955977&l=c8b1f71be7

Saturday, August 15, 2009

Free yet Busy

I have all the time in my hands now that I'm idle. And yet, I couldn't find time to update my blog as often as I could. I guess, farming is taking much of it aside from being a temporary full time mom. Call me an addict, but that's my only escape if the weather calls for a house arrest. I know I'm not alone. *grin*

This is not a good sign. My braincells have suddenly stopped from functioning. A well deserved break, I may say!

*sigh* A billion seconds more and they'd be slaves again.

Saturday, August 08, 2009


My hometown appears to have rejuvenated. Thick fog (and not smog) can again be seen encapsulating the entire city especially the CBD. So thick that you can't even recognize a car approaching even with the headlights on. Alas! this is the feel of the real Baguio we've all grown up with. Excuse the "expats" who may not have even the slightest idea how it was up here long before their intrusion.

Nevermind if it's a result of drastic climate change or a tropical storm filled week. The fact that thick fog is back is already heaven to me. Aaaah, I'm indeed home!

But for how long shall it linger? The weather bureau's forecasted that the tropical storm will have left the country by today and that the sun should be out by Sunday. *yey*

Great news! But as I am writing (5:51pm, Saturday), it's still pouring *sigh*


...the soil needs to take a break from water intoxication too! :)

insert *Rain, rain, go away!*

Sunday, August 02, 2009

Rain dear

Scattered rainshowers but luckily no thunderstorms. That's how it is up here in Baguio City and perhaps elsewhere as it's the season of rainfall. Well, delayed rainfall that is. It's cool...real cool up here but I dislike it when the drizzle doesn't stop. We're all stuck at home! It shouldn't be this abrupt! :) And besides, there's no where else to go even if you go out. Chances are you'll get yourself drenched in one way or another.

It seems I'm experiencing the withdrawal symptoms. A sudden stop from being on the go. *sigh*

Anyways, this shall pass. It's good to be home...simple living...my time is mine...sleep is a luxury...and I can stay home all day while perched on the sofa, sipping coffee while surfing the internet. :)

I may sound isolated but I'm still connected! *yey*

photo courtesy of flickr.com