Baliktanaw: Life Snapshots

Forgive me for not being so active recently, I’ve been caught up in the daily grind of life. What that basically means is that I’ve been living the same routine everyday. Work has been a drag and the only times I feel “alive” has been during the weekends.

So in order to quickly encapsulate the recent happenings in my life, here are some pictures:

During the weekends, I’m still biking around with my office-mates. And whenever we do, we always end up eating at the same place: Rodic’s Diner. They have the best tapsilog in town and we can never get enough of it.

Just look at that beauty. Lots of rice with a generous serving of tapa and topped with a perfectly fried egg. What’s not to love?

I was also finally able to eat at Yabu! It was a treat by a friend on her birthday. It was an amazing experience because aside from the slice of meat itself, everything was eat-all-you-can. I had lots of shredded cabbage and topped with their special sauce as well as lots of watermelon slices. The meal ended when I was physically unable to eat any more cabbage. I wolfed down the remaining slices of meat and left with a smile on my face.

My friends and I went back to Stacker’s Burgers in Eastwood to avail of their  Buy 1 Take 1 promo while it was still active. We ordered almost all of the flavors and had a blast sharing them with each other.

Also, I had my legs waxed! It hurt so much and I was sweating all over, but it was a pretty good experience as well. One item ticked off my bucket list. Thanks to ate Rush and Razel from Lay Bare SM Marikina.

And finally, as to why I decided to wax my legs, it was a mixture of reasons:

  • I want to test if I can handle the pain
  • Less friction between my legs and my pants
  • Aerodynamic in terms of biking and working out

And another reason was I planned to get a tattoo on my really small calves. That way, they’ll look badass despite the fact that my calves are so small even though I work them out. And above is my preliminary design for the said tattoo. It’s a Gyarados rendered in a Nordic style influenced by Peter Madsen‘s God Mask designs. I’m planning to get it done this year, I just need to find the right artist for me.

And so that has been my recent life in pictures. Hoping to get back to blogging regularly once I get back in the groove with work stuff. It’s already the second month of the year! Here’s to better months to come.



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