I strongly believe that a person is greatly shaped by the environment she is exposed most to. Her thoughts, in one way or another, mirror her response to what she receives from the people who influence her the most. It might not be true in all situations but I personally believe that a person is an extension of the kind of parents she have. I don't mean to offend but since I was raised by parents who give great importance to the family, I stand firm for the same belief. But hey it's just me. It's only an opinion and at the end of the day, it only comes second to my life's motto: To each his own. Believe in whatever works best for you :) Now, let me segue to where we can all meet at the same level - isn't finding a satellite outside your house just plain cool? Or is it just me and my tendency to appreciate things that are weird? Hahaha. I'm having a proud Filipino moment once again because Manny Pacquiao is scheduled to box against his arch-nemesis (would it be so bad to liken their relationship to Perry the platypus and Doofenshmirtz?) Manuel Marquez on the 8th of December (9th in the Philippines) for the 4th time. My country would have another zero-crime rate day. Awesome, right?
When you step out of our house and look sideways, you'd see a 6-ft satellite dish planted on the vacant lot beside ours. My dad set it up so that I can have a good background for my pictures. Or at least, that's what I made myself think. Harhar. He set it up so that he can monitor how strong the signal is (and also for us to have free live viewing of the fight). Pacqiao fans talaga kasi kami.
with my 4 year old cousin Rayne
Top: from Hong Kong| Bow tie: H&M| Shorts: from Bangkok| Shoes: Parisian| Belt: Topshop