I don’t even drink wine but it seems like the only way to respect this moment. I’m thankful for the new job that allows me to enjoy simple joys like this — the ones from which I draw the most pleasure.
On the other hand, I can hear the foghorn from here.
Thank God for the simple pleasure of being able to witness the sunset over the city and the bay more often.
Well how could I not take a picture of this show-stopping smoked Old Fashioned. (at Niner Ichi Nana)
For a while, I had been working inside a building in global city that also housed one of the cooler offices in the metro. My other favorite office space would be that of Leo Burnett, but I digress.
I’ve always wanted to take a look inside the office of Migo which is a few floors down from where I used to work, but they had really effective security. As luck would have it, I got to know Jake — the guy who set up the office in Manila (Migo is headquartered in Taiwan), and he gave us a tour — on a Sunday!
Migo is another cool startup working to eradicate piracy by offering licensed TV shows for download to the CDE market. They license your favorite telenovelas for download at prices cheaper than pirating them, in convenient retail outlets.
You can take a look at my dimly lit phone shots below, or take a look at the professional stock photos as featured on designmilk here.
Because these beloved albums aren’t available on my premium account:
1. Ed Sheeran’s “+”
2. Ra Ra Riot’s “Beta Love”
3. Foy Vance’s “Hope”
4. Oren Lavie’s “The Opposite Side of the Sea”
Here’s a favorite Saturday brunch at Salcedo Market — keto wagyu beef shawarma salad. Super sulit at 250 bucks
|Me (on the phone):||"Dad! The elevator isn't working. I'm stuck here!"|
|Dad:||"What floor are you on?"|
|Dad:||"Can you see clearly down?"|
|Dad:||"On the 25th floor you have a 100% chance, but on the 5th floor let's say 50/50".|