…to an idea, that is.
I opened my eyes in the morning of six and another pair of eyes with smiling lips greeted me.
“I was so excited I wasn’t able to sleep. Gave birth to an idea,” Jaycelle said as if she herself just woke up.
She showed me her phone and scribbled what the idea was. It was a business, a brand, a process that she churned the whole night through.
And I’m nearly as excited for her as well. Knowing her—that kind of excitement fuels her dreams to reality more than anything else.
Jaycelle helped me produce a portrait for my updated website. What I wanted was a blurred imagery so we set the camera to a low shutter speed.
Today, we’re about to look into a new home. It’s a beginning of a new adventure!
This particular steak is called “Steak Heist” because “rubbery”.
In this meal that I had with Jaycelle and Bryce, I came to the conclusion about one of the many meanings of love.
Love is when your wife and child share with your overdone steak till it’s gone.~ BS
Recently, we’ve introduced carrots, calamansi, and ginger into our juicing routine.
The whole mix is composed of:
- Carrot (1, medium)
- Calamansi (4 pieces)
- Ginger (1 inch)
- Banana (2, medium)
- Cold Water (1 cup)
- Ice Cubes (5 pieces)
- Coco Sugar (1 tablespoon)
- Maca Powder (1/4 teaspoon)
Tastes yummy as long as there are two bananas in the mix!
Looking at this picture, I couldn’t help but remember my own several pictures of dancing when I was three years old. My dad and kuya were the ones who always reminded me that when the White Horse song came up, I would dance.
Bryce, on the other hand, makes me look like a kid in front of the teevee only aspiring to be a dancer – he, the one busting the moves in a dance show audition.
Saturdays are errand days. We went to Pasig Palengke to get some veggies for our daily juicing routine. The bulk of food we buy are enough for three days – with twice-a-day produce – one in the morning and one in the evening.