Happy to be caffeine-powered.

A year ago Marcus got his first cup of Starbucks coffee. He is still able to stand and walk back then.


Parenting Rest Days

This must be the longest time I will be away from both wifey and kiddo. Yesterday, after just staying overnight coming from a quick holiday vacation in Bacolod, I sent Marcus to Batangas to meet his mom. For five straight days they will be there while I get to stay home alone due to work. It’s my parenting rest day and I’m quite excited (at the same time anxious that Sunday comes soon).

I actually have plans in mind how to stay occupied and productive while at home — like cleaning up the mess that have been left behind due to the hectic schedule during the past few days before 2011 ended and doing things that I’ve been wanting to do and get over with. Well today I think I made a pretty good progress with the video editing which I’m doing for a colleague. Once I get to finalize this one, I’ll proceed with compiling videos of Marcus which have been left untouched ever since we started recording them since he arrived. Writing more sound blog post is of course on queue.

Sounds like a plan, right?


Speaking of plans, I have yet to make my first entry on my first ever Starbucks planner but I’m already eyeing something to write on its December 1, 2012 space: “Do not patronize Starbucks planner again.” Ti abi.


Mood: 3/10 Honks! (Called wifey and Marcus awhile ago. Kiddo, does sound good over the phone already. He does talk better than before.)