Yes.

24 June 2014


You were given life; it is your duty
(and also your entitlement as a human being)
to find something beautiful within life,
no
matter
how
slight.”

- Eat, Pray, Love by Elizabeth Gilbert

I just love seeing greens juxtaposed with buildings. It's a sight that never fails to make me happy, and that's why I love walking in Ayala Avenue particularly in Ayala Triangle Gardens.

Anyway, no one can stay long in this not-particularly-sad-but-feeling-completely-empty state when listening to Jason Mraz's songs, who incidentally is celebrating his birthday today. Happy birthday, Jason! Thank you for your gift of music. Here's hoping you visit Manila again soon.

And here's more hoping for the best, whatever that may be.

6 comments:

ur li'l miss sunshine said...

Hi Krissy! I've been a follower for a long time and I really love the thoughts and the honest reviews. I actually bought CM Flare when you blogged a review. Haha.. Anyways it's nice to read your posts.. Youre actually one of those bloggers who proves that one dont need a fancy camera to be successful in blogging!

Keep rocking!

- Sunshine

ur li'l miss sunshine said...

Hi Krissy! I've been a follower for a long time and I really love the thoughts and the honest reviews. I actually bought CM Flare when you blogged a review. Haha.. Anyways it's nice to read your posts.. Youre actually one of those bloggers who proves that one dont need a fancy camera to be successful in blogging!

Keep rocking!

- Sunshine

krissy said...

Hi Sunshine! Thanks so much, your words meant a lot. :) And wow, thanks! I am using an iPhone now as my personal phone and to take photos for this blog but I'm still using my Flare for my side-job and it still works perfectly! :)

AC M. said...

lovely picture. my favorite photography subj is the nature.. esp flowers. lots of them. :)

krissy said...

I remember your photos of the tulips! <3

Matromao said...

My friend snapped a photo of BGC and how the greenery has become more sparse. I got really sad looking at it, because I do love seeing stretches of green amidst all that concrete.