Meatless meatballs, vegan butter, vegan cheese
Conversation topic : how my braces are literally killing me and OBG’s Sassy! I was telling Yangkyu how I see a little Bartles in her 😊 (she’s looking for her forever home in the DC area! You can read more about her in the link on my profile!)
"Nung ako'y bata pa"
Naaalala ko nung ako'y bata pa,
Kasa-kasama ang mga kaibigang kay saya
Sa bawat laro na ang lahat ay nagsasaya
Patintero, piko, habulan, taga- tagaan, tagu-taguan, tumbang preso at iba pang mga laro na aking naranasan,
Ay gusto ko ulit maranasan at balik balikan.
Sa bawat pawis na lumalagpak,
Mga paa na pumapadyak
Dito at doon
Baho at amoy araw buong maghapon
Pero kahit anong pagod at amoy
Kay sarap maging bata.
Tila nga isang napakasaya ang maging bata. Naranasan nyo rin ba ang masayang pagkabata?
Ako, oo dahil ang sarap maging bata at magisip bata
Kasi dito mo mararanasan ang kasiyahan ng iyong buhay.
Kung naranasan mo yung naranasan ko masasabi ko na ang swerte naten kasi binigyan tayo ng ganong kasaya.
Ang saya na may kasamang sarap
Dahil ang sarap maging bata at ang saya ng aking naranasan nung akoy bata pa. ~JEFFREY GONZALES
DINING WITH THE STARS (KINDA) • So where do the rich and famous dine when they're in Tagaytay? They go to @breakfastatantonios, part of a swanky chain of restaurants by well-known Filipino chef Antonio "Tony-Boy" Escalante. The menu is more Western-inspired and Filipino boujee fare, open only for breakfast and lunch. Ryan was happy with his Croque Madame, but I decided to get their corned beef, with 2 eggs and garlic fried rice. Sadly, their version was more the traditional Jewish deli-style, served with sauerkraut, so it didn't go well all together. Wasn't quite the "silog" I was craving for, but still good. The creamy spinach side was pretty good too. Also my grandma said we were dining with some Filipino actors and politicians. Whatevs, no big deal. #nomnomnoms#2018fooddiary#Tagaytay#breakfast#foodieapp#manilaimcominghome#latergram