California Maki with Fries

KFC-Aliens claim the acronym as Kapag Fried Chicken. In cities where Jollibee, McDonald’s, Chowking, Goldilocks’ or Shakey’s dominate, only few kids will know what KFC stands for.

Kentucky Fried Chiken. Can I live in Kentucky? I’ll probably learn different ways in frying this protein-rich food.

One of the reasons why I like to dine in KFC is due to the variety of their side dishes. Anent the fact that American cuisine is second to my favorites, new dishes are added once in a while.

California Maki with Fries will make you full, really. The maki has mango slices, cucumber, chicken, etc. And the fries, of course, never fails me. It’s my guilty pleaaaasuuuuuurre!

So maybe if you want to try new from Kentucky Fried Chicken, you can munch on westernized Asian foods for your digestion. 😊

It’s me, again. And I am glad to write to you, readers. Let’s keep ourselves posted!



Hours to Spare

This would be the genesis of my blogging via iPhone.

Months back, I used to go to the West Coast to breathe in fresh, salty breeze. Blessed enough, my system calls me to bed, but my being closet-adventurous-kid stands in the way.

My forever soul buddy – my sister and I agreed to take an afternoon stroll in a sports complex. In one way or another, we moved from there to the baywalk. And I had to say, we walked ourselves with the eerie feeling of welcoming dusk and fear of the unknown.

Upon reaching our destination, beach-goers were dispersed in what seemed to be an endless vertical slope. Most of the benches were occupied and only two or less were spared. So what now? We gasped.

The inevitability of dealing with all kinds of people was slowly sinking in. Few rude men alight the way so we had no choice but to take steps faster than usual…

Yes, there…until we reached this almost empty space and took photographs.

Later that night, we arrived at home and brushed the mimicking disappointment with brand new photos in our storage.

I guess, we all deserve hours to spare.



Old Draft: December Wedding

Honestly writing, I was so lost to have gone here. Sitting beside a coffee table at my Mom’s office, I should be digesting cases while waiting for my laptop’s transformation from Windows 7 Ultimate to Mac OS. KeKeKe.

Last December 30, 2015, we had witnessed a wedding full of folk story. My cousin’s wedding, as we all expected, did withstand its toll. So, here it is:

Processed with VSCO with c5 presetThe “Kabogera” Wedding Gown. Bow.

Processed with VSCO with a10 presetNothing but a fancy working night lamp.

Processed with VSCO with a6 presetIf you are wondering, this is, actually, a closet.

Processed with VSCO with a10 presetTurn me loose.

Processed with VSCO with 5 presetSecondary sponsors’ lounge for hair and make-up.

Processed with VSCO with e8 presetThere’s a photo of me posing with some drama here. Unfortunately, I chose not to include it here.

Processed with VSCO with j1 presetI decided the lighting here is perfect to take a shot.

Processed with VSCO with a10 presetHair dress by Ryan.

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Processed with VSCO with a10 presetThese are the bouquets for tossing, later.

DSC_0165Her. Her. Ms. Trinidad Crisostomo-Ynzon. The bride. Isn’t she lovely?

dsc_0230And there I was…the Maid of Honor of this nuptial.

Weddings are always joyous! Families are brought together; both males and females compulsorily wear formal suits (even those who seldom or never wear gowns at all, for females!); Delicacies are new to taste; Eye candies are everywhere; and most of all, two doves united as one by the Priest of all Priests.

And like every wedding, couples have to withstand the test of uncertainties…the battle is not ending, but barely starting. Congratulations, Mr. and Mrs. Magali! Keep the flame burning!

(Let me add that this post was made in different dates until the stability of Internet connection and the availability of time were secured.)

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