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When everything seems to be in a topsy turvy state and you want to ground yourself... this is cliche but true, you just need to come home. Home to your family, your childhood residence and just do what you considered boring then but can give you the utmost comfort.

I am just lazing here at home with my mama (just had another ESP moment with her), my father, silently brooding in the background (may pinagmanahan akitch) and my bro, snobbishly reading his book. It's been quite awhile and I feel content and happy.

The usual things I do at home that I missed are playing the guitar, just reading non-stop with the stereo playing loudly on the background, hearing my mom and dad argue .. wehehehe... over... sauce? Hayyy... and of course, watching Eat Bulaga.. hahaha :)

When the world doesn't make sense and you feel that you're in a whirlwind of activities, just go home and everything will be fine...



dahon said…
Korak ka dyan sa eat bulaga, bru! hahaha!

For me, it's home when i'm eating three meals a day! :)
Toni said…
hahaha... hay dahon, there's no place like home talaga noh? :)


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