“Real love does not demand perfection but actually embraces imperfection.” Five years and going! ♥ Celebrated at My Mother’s Garden in Pasay City, the beautiful home of Pablo Antonio Sr, National Artist for Architecture (the man behind FEU, Manila Polo Club, Bel-Air Apartments, Ideal Theater’s (and among others) Art Deco Style). My pictures are an understatement of this place’s beauty.
Aside from the new year coming in and my 25th birthday, here are some highlights that I had with my January. I feel guilty that I am still not able to produce a post that I think is blog worthy, let me share these stuff with you first cuz I really miss blogging!
It’s never too late to greet everyone here a HAPPY NEW YEAR! I can’t help but to tell you that I missed blogging! Although it has been months ago since I wrote something here, I must say that a lot has happened already. Christmas and some life changing moments has passed me by. Let me begin the story telling now…
A frantic week has passed and I am about to pack up my lovely weekend (it’s Sundays and Mondays for me). Before facing my corporate battle tomorrow, I would like to share with you one of the projects that I promised to write about once in a while: DIY Bracelets.
For this week, I wanted to share what projects I wanted to work on and will blog about in the next few months (I guess). Clear and direct – no lieu or any idiom. And oh, this is the first post that I have experienced the so-called “writer’s block” (as if I am a writer huh).
It’s my time of the week again here at Some Drama. Honest to goodness, I am very happy on how this blog went, from my initial direction of having it as a food blog to a personal blog down to every likes and follows that I had. Thank you guys! 🙂 Now I am ready to announce the changes that I am currently doing here at Some Drama.
I have been MIA last month but I am working on this project for two weeks now. Finally, here it is! I guess I am enjoying a lot on this new hobby of mine, doing simple crafts over the weekend. I also feel that it is something that I can share online, aside from my food dates and drama stuff (hee).
Each year, ten fresh talents are given a seed grant in order to create the film of their dreams. These films in the New Breed Full Length Category are then featured in festival at the Cultural Center of the Philippines every July and compete for the coveted Balanghai Award.
I have been attending this short film festival since college. At first, it came as a requirement from my professor. Now, it came as an essential, like an annual devotion. It may sound overrated, but for a film buff like me, it serves as a good dose of fresh films; films that reflect reality without any silver lining and films that reflect the society I am in. Plus, it makes me reminisce college. Now I am sounding like a student who’s writing her reflection paper on Cinemalaya 2012.
I feel super happy that I am able to finish this post, my first ever DIY in my entire blogging life, and that I have new arm candies at hand. For this week, I am going to teach you how to do a fancy chain bracelet, inspired by a nice tutorial I found on Pinterest, Studs and Pearls’ DIY: Cord and Chain Double Wrap Bracelet.