Red is one of those colors traditionally associated with the celebration of Christmas. I am just a recent convert. I am not a fan before because red for me is so loud and daring. One day, I tried on a red shirt and it looked good on me. It gave that happy aura and it made me think it can camouflage my inner weaknesses and gloomy feelings, on days I do not feel happy at all. Continue reading “52 Week Photography Challenge #3: Red”→
That is my son, and youngest child, Daryl. His mere presence is equivalent to that single-line message: Relax, Daryl is here.” One of those strong-willed, intelligent, down-to-earth, and modest creatures on earth I enjoy talking to.
The boy above is Drey. He’s my husband’s regular morning visitor, the reason why he had gotten so fond of this little 3-year-old boy.
One day, he told me to buy a toy gun for Drey. I am so forgetful that I haven’t got a chance to buy one. When the daughter came to visit, my husband asked her to buy a toy gun for the little boy but my daughter refused. My grown-up children believe that toy guns are not the right toys for kids. Continue reading “The Word Liminal and the Toy Gun”→
This was one of those early selfies I made with my then Canon digital camera. Unfortunately, that dear camera got lost. To my disappointment, I had even erased it from my memory its model/type number.
The photo was taken inside our home (obviously). I did not bother to time the camera. I just snapped it and there it was. As expected, the prominent feature of my face is my nose and the mole (that had grown bigger as I grew up). An officemate once asked me if I had my nose ‘lifted’. “Of course not,” I answered. It just happened that my nose got noticeable when I decided to put on contact lenses. Continue reading “52 Week Photography Challenge: Selfie”→