Yup, Iâ€™m still aliveâ€”alive and kicking cement and dust off my feet. My family and I just moved in to our new home here in Antipolo. Thereâ€™s still some major construction going on here, but itâ€™s livable. Dirty, but livable.
Waking up to the sound of hammers and grinders is not pleasant, I can tell you that. Iâ€™m already stressed with the move itself (not to mention issues that needed to be polished, my web host problems, and an awfully slow DSL connectionâ€”why they even call it â€œDSLâ€ is beyond me, dial-up is even faster), and all the noise and dust are just not helping. For once in my life, I was actually glad to attend a client meetingâ€”an out-of-town one at that.
Marc and I took the opportunity to relax (even just for the night) in Tagaytay after our meeting. When I really think about it, itâ€™s a bit weird that we had to have a client meeting in the morning just to get a chance to have a â€œsecond honeymoonâ€ (thank you, dear client, if it wasnâ€™t for you we probably wouldnâ€™t have the chance to â€œenjoyâ€ ourselves). But hey, beggars canâ€™t be choosers. And Iâ€™m honestly a beggar for rest and relaxationâ€”anything will do. Read more