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by Esther Elizabeth Suson When I'm in the car with my family, I don't pay too much attention to the outside world. If it is early morning or late at night, I am usually asleep. I know I am as safe as I will ever be ("safe as life!"), and that either Mom or Dad or … Continue reading Snapshots of a Jeepney Commute
This morning, I hopped on an fx to run down to Ortigas for a work-date with R. I managed to grab one taking a U-turn on the road leading to our subd., so it was pretty much empty and we only picked up two other passengers before we got to Floodway. (Not the place in … Continue reading “Just”
by Esther Elizabeth Suson [Snapshot] I love riding the MRT. No matter how crowded it is, how broken the aircons, how rattly the sounds, I love it. Especially when the train swoops over the street, at treetop level and even higher, the sky showing through the skyscrapers when it is normally invisible from the street. … Continue reading Kings of the World
by Esther Elizabeth Suson Tinikling music is one of the most danceable pieces ever written. It has that classic tan-TAN-TAN tan-TAN-TAN beat shared with the waltz, and any Filipino who's ever seen the tinikling danced knows just how compellingly catchy it is. As I was riding the BGC bus, they began to play the tinikling music over … Continue reading Mind the Gap
by Esther Elizabeth Suson You'd think, after same-name blogs 1 and 2, I'd have started to pray for things that I want, or at least talk more to God about them as a Father. But no, like a stubborn child I refuse to ask for things because childishly, I would rather not know the answer if … Continue reading Too Small To Pray For?
by Esther Elizabeth Suson I was challenged by Frankie, and even though I have quite a blog backlog, I did this one first because I thrilled to the idea. My criteria: books that I can read in any mood, at any time, and still enjoy like it's the first time. Okay honestly, I've been drafting … Continue reading 10 Books I Re-read Regularly