Yup, I’m still alive—alive and kicking cement and dust off my feet. My family and I just moved in to our new home here in Antipolo. There’s still some major construction going on here, but it’s livable. Dirty, but livable.

Waking up to the sound of hammers and grinders is not pleasant, I can tell you that. I’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 connection—why they even call it “DSL” 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 meeting—an out-of-town one at that.

Taal Volcano

Marc and I took the opportunity to relax (even just for the night) in Tagaytay after our meeting. When I really think about it, it’s a bit weird that we had to have a client meeting in the morning just to get a chance to have a “second honeymoon” (thank you, dear client, if it wasn’t for you we probably wouldn’t have the chance to “enjoy” ourselves). But hey, beggars can’t be choosers. And I’m honestly a beggar for rest and relaxation—anything will do. Read more