So, it’s been a year, huh? I didn’t realize how it was possible for that time span to feel long and short at the same time. It still feels like yesterday when we were standing in the ER, watching the nurses try to revive you. Surprisingly, I haven’t cried today. What has happened in the
Closing out the year with one of my favorite things to post: a simple list of things I’m grateful for. I know I don’t do it as often as I used to, but I will do it as much as I can in the coming year. Also wanted to say that I moved around some
Sharing highlights of the last month of the year. Still confused whether this is the end of the decade or the beginning of the end of the decade.
We shot the Signorina signet rings at a used books shop and I brought along some of my favorite books with me.
Currently crushing on these Filipino brands and desperately resisting the urge to shop until the end of the year.
The thing about chronicling your life online is you’ve got timestamps for just about anything. I know when I started listening to a certain band or when I got to see an artist live for the first time—at least since 1997. So when I tell you that on July 22, 2003, I used “If we
My birthday month filled with all of my favorite things: food, travel, get-togethers, and more. Here’s hoping December will be a great end to this doozy of a year.
Throwback to Taipei a year ago because I forgot to write Part 2 of my photo diary.
Celebrating with a beach trip, launching my signet collection, releasing my platitos and jewelry dishes, and lots more to be grateful about lately.
I ate 15 Grilled cheese sandwiches this month. Plus, made about 20 clay platitos and 22 leaf catchalls. I’m ready to just chill this November, tbh.