McDonald's and History Channel's Ancient Aliens to start the day.
Sleep invades our eyes right after finishing breakfast.
We're baboy like that.
At 5 in the afternoon we flag down a cab and head to Darryl's house.
Cab drivers are usually grumpy that they tend to worsen traffic situations and get mixed up with thoughts that can ultimately ruin a day.
This one is different. He likes to sing - kind of annoying at first but his good energy rubs off on you eventually = fat tip.
Everyone needs a lifter.
Oh, and the dancing traffic cops in Cubao are back. (pictured above)
Darryl's wall: I see framed Kiko Escora and Rxandy Capinpin
Darryl wants us to know that there are many ways to wear this material.
We wait. Tick tock, tick tock!
Walang may birthday.
This is what I miss about having friends - spontaneity and time outside parties and work.
Thank you for the effort!
Darryl's mom: Eyes
What does that tell about us?
We take the food outside so the sunset colors can bless us.
French music and Wifey's Johnny-Depp-in-the-movie-The-Tourist-(but blonde)-look.
The chicken wings - lasa at lutong na humihila sa kumot na nakabalot sa aking utak!
Ilang kalamansi ang umiyak para maharana ang lalamunan kong nagngingitngit?
One of Wifey's current obsessions: feather earrings
So they make one
Darryl's toolbox mixed with medical equipment (Darryl has a nursing background)
I don't miss yosi at all.
My, err, kikay kit: Gatsby Powdered Oil Clear Paper, MAC Lip Conditioner, MAC Studio Fix, Shu Uemura Nobara Stick, Alcogel Hand Sanitizer, Clinique Happy and meds for my cough.
Christmas never leaves this house. Christmas attracts joy.
Darryl lives in a family compound where I think dogs outnumber humans.
We pick up Wifey's heel-less before heading home.