“Cowboy and Cars, Badlands”, Annie Griffiths.
(Source: National Geographic)
So you think you don’t have anything in common with Jose Rizal? This is a page from the back of one of his notebooks during college, a haven for students who try to keep themselves entertained during a dull class.
Lecture from my History professor, Sir Lozada.
Just saving it here for reference. If I was born in the age of pinup posters, I would have these women of fine character up on my wall (for diff. reasons): Patricia Evangelista, Nicole Curato, Kiko Mizuhara.
**list to be continued.
Oh Mr. Sun… Sun, Mr. Golden Sun, please shine down on me.
Photo Taken at Mt. Pulag, Kabayan, Benguet.
Now preparing my body and my wallet.
Mens sana in corpore sano (a healthy mind in a healthy body): my mantra this summer.
Jose Rizal’s self-portrait in an art class. This was after he had worked out a bit in high school, years after almost not being admitted into the grade school Ateneo Municipal because of his puny build. Notice how he really had to draw himself topless.
For Papa: Leaving, Waiting, Forgetting
As I have.