I was viewing Google Earth and found some nice pictures of my hometown. It’s downloadable for free so I’m posting it here. It has a sentimental value because it’s the same sight that I use to see everytime I jog on the hills above our village. There’s a breathtaking view of the whole city (it’s not a mega city though- and yes, it still has clean air, at least in my part of the city) and the spot is just less than a mile from my parent’s house. I use to jog early in the morning in time for the sunrise to illuminate my sleepy village and the whole bustling city. I love the place because it has rolling hills and free fruits from fruit trees planted by some kind old grandpas and grandmas. I use to invite my high school friends up the hills. And by the way, it has a cold knee deep spring. Hmmm, I wonder what happened to that spring. I’m not sure if it’s still there. Once, on our Biology class, a few friends went to that spring and gathered snake skin, obviously its owner just molted.
I'm married, I have a beautiful little girl named Danielle Abish. I now live in Bacolod City to be with my husband, Joseph. I like to watch movies, read books, travel, cook and chat. I love the simple things of life. My ultimate goal is to raise a successful family so that my kids will be good contributors to the community. View all posts by homestyleliving2