Saturday to Tuesday in Bulacan. Ah, what bliss. I missed staying home. Stay home and just read a book or watch a movie and wait for my mother to call up the stairs: “What would you like to have for dinner?” I feel like a child again! One who can ask someone else to do her laundry!
For lack of anything better to do (or for being lazy to do anything better):
- I re-read The Devil Wears Prada, and almost finished re-watching Project Runway Season 5. Omigod, too much fashion, my teeth are hurting.
- Realized that: Smart Bro prepaid runs fast in Makati but can be infuriating in Bulacan, so I just use my brother’s Globe Tattoo postpaid.
- I was finally able to watch Rango. I should have seen that film on the big screen! The animation is remarkable. And it’s hilarious, watch it!
- I finished The Name of the Wind (and started reading The Wise Man’s Fear, the Kingkiller trilogy’s second book). Starts slow but around four chapters in (when the protagonist Kvothe begins talking to the Chronicler about his life and the University) it grips you and never lets go. I love the lore and the world and how magic is presented in scientific terms. It is Harry Potter-ish in the sense that there is a school, there is magic, there is the jerkwad teacher and the archnemesis and the two friends and the orphaned protagonist who is brilliant but helplessly idiotic at times, but unlike Harry, Kvothe is proactive, and unlike the Potter series, Name of the Wind begins with Kvothe a fully grown man. You don’t grow up with him. You sit down for drinks with him and he just tells you his story. (Thanks Jaykie for another brilliant recommendation.)
- I may have added a page or two to the new story. Siiiiigh. I write so goddamn slow now. In the olden days I used to be able to sit for eight straight hours just writing, typing, typing, typing away like crazy.
- Bought my father a new phone as his birthday gift. It’s one of the cheaper phones, he has no use for the touchscreen ones.
- Saw the Nokia X7 and experienced sudden phone lust. I want it. I. Want. It.
- But it retails at 18K! BUT IT HAS AN 8-MEGAPIXEL CAMERA! BUT I’M POOR!
- GODDAMN IT!
This is Ming-Ming (Dynasty), the noisiest cat we’ve ever had.
She likes big bellies.
Famous Fathers with Cats, # 1:
We were watching Rango here, and my brother just knew I was taking a picture.
My brother, who has no choice but to be with me till Tuesday, suggested I download an ebook reader into my phone, and added Office Suite. So now I can read books (and write books ha!) on my teeny-tiny phone! I WANT AN X7! SHUT THE HELL UP!
Remember our pet chicken?
It gave us an egg! I almost rolled on the floor laughing at my father because he burst through the front door with it. He was that excited.
And now I’m here with Jaykie as he reviews for That Big Exam tomorrow. Prayers? Good vibes? Hope you are all safe and warm, wherever you are.
2 thoughts on “pictures from home”
LOL totally heard the Hallelujah chorus and that high pitched “EGGGGGGGGG” when I saw the last photo haha!
EGGGGGGGG I swear sobrang happy ng Tatay ko e hello ang liit kaya nung itlog?! Ni hindi man lang maiprito haha!