There is one Japanese food restaurant we had frequented last year. It is such an experience. And yes, I can use the word overwhelming here. In different ways, I have to say.
This one here is one of the best tasting sobas I had. Once you dig in and bring the noodles to your chewing and tasting apparatus to be eaten up, you’ll know the difference. It makes you realize that the temptation to eat a lot can be overwhelming.
About two or three cats that we had in our house looked like these when they were still tiny and cute. The first one was Dagul, the second Baldo, and the third and the youngest is Kuting. The first two were already dead. They were housecats, not of a particular breed. I remember that Dagul was an alpha male, and Baldo a handsome cat with soft features that you will mistake him for a feline. Kuting looks like a stray cat now and does not want to stay at home. He only goes home when he’s hungry.
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”→
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”→