embracing the discomforts of life
hi Kayni! i love your place. my husband's sister in law always keeps on asking if do i really like where we live now. you see, she envies our unit but not our location, it's quite far from the basics: convenience/discount shops, marts, pharmacy, hospital, traditional markets, shopping boutiques...yeah, very rural.. but i have the peace of mind i've been longing for. it's definitely a good place for me and my baby in the future. awan ngalawlaw a kasla kenyana umay agbisita anytime a kayat na, di kami pay makainana, hehehe....
No need to say more Kayni, the place where you live is exactly the sameplace where I will choose to live, had I been living there. My dad's small farm, albeit, not entirely his, is a good respite for a long week's tiring day!
you need not say more kayni...i'd prefer that scene over buildings or houses! ganda!
you can live here and still just a commute away from your capitol hill job? what else could a girl want?
Beautiful photos. I love, love, love living in the country!
you are lucky you know what you want and you go for it..you are in the right place Kayni...
what a beautiful place! i love it.
Enough said! I believe that location doesn't really matter as long as you call it home =)
wow breathtaking! Ces and I would choose to live at a place exactly like yours...fresh air, lotsa greenery, fresh farm produce..it's our dreamplace
ang ganda! would love to take walks there. so lovely :)
Ah, this is the kind of a place I wish I could live in. I'd be content with that view, books and hot choco. :p
wow... you live there...that is an awesome place. I prefered living :)
Niceeeeee! Ang sarap umuwi pag araw araw ganyan ang makikita. :)
I like the topmost pic. I like the layering, perfect! Though all are very nice.