itchy feet cravings · musings

Had My Father Been Alive…

Had my father been alive, we would have gone to so many out of town trips or abroad, go on a food trip galore and have a blast. That’s wishful thinking, of course. I know he’s in a much better place now. You can say that My Dad was the first one who inspired me to… Continue reading Had My Father Been Alive…

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An advance birthday gift: a trip to Ilocos Norte

I’m soorry to my dear followers, ‘coz I nearly forgot to blog this month! I’m really sorry… I just can’t help but bask in the aftermath of a looong fun birthday celebration. It’s almost always like this when October comes in. I got rained with a lot of blessings. Even if I had been deeply absorbed… Continue reading An advance birthday gift: a trip to Ilocos Norte


30 Things To Stop Doing To Yourself

Normally, I don’t re-blog other blogger’s work but recently I found myself re-reading this piece written by Marc Chernoff at I just finished doing my daily devotion reading Matthew 20:16 and Today’s Word with Joel Osteen where he emphasized how as Christians we should be making room for something greater. Afterwards, I stumbled on… Continue reading 30 Things To Stop Doing To Yourself

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Those beach-y moments…

Whenever I yearn for solitude, I browse for beach photos stored in my laptop during out of town trips. Reminiscing those moments I was near tranquil waters, resigned peacefully to the healing power of God’s nature is enough to bring me back to sanity. Incidentally, one of the images that popped on my computer screen was… Continue reading Those beach-y moments…

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Sweet Seoul Spring

Oh my! Time flies so fast and I neglected to even post a miniscule event in my life this April. Indulge me. I had a few things to do this month. It’s my mom’s birthday and I’ve been agitated as it is, after deciding (since last year) that we will spend her birth anniversary one… Continue reading Sweet Seoul Spring


It’s a new season…

I’m sorry, I didn’t blog that much last month. October is an all-month long birthday celebration for me. I had a hectic schedule. I had to treat almost all of my friends and family to endless buffet dinners and crazy gimmicks. Nonetheless, I had a wonderful  time. For some, celebrating birthdays could be burdensome. Not… Continue reading It’s a new season…

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The Mind Museum

Once, I found myself thinking of ways to spend some good quality time with my  “inaanak” (god daughter) whom I haven’t seen for quite sometime.  I heard from her mother she got high grades and is an achiever in pre-school. I’m so proud of her. Her parents, I’m sure, were ecstatic. That’s when I realized… Continue reading The Mind Museum