When we first got married, people always asked me how married life was. “It gets better every day” always got met with concerned looks and questions wondering if it was bad. But it wasn’t “good” and it wasn’t “bad”; it just kept getting better.
And that’s kind of the point, that a thing like marriage is constantly moving towards something. Something more, something greater, something better. Because marriage isn’t about the outcome, but about the process; there wasn’t a switch to flip after we said “I do.” And these past two years have been a process, a never-ending journey towards intimacy, through pain, for freedom, and I have loved every day of it.
But what do I know… I’m probably just crazy or something 🤷♂️
Happy 236th Foundation Day, #batanes . Oh missing this happy place already. Valugan Beach, a spot there I'll never get tired taking photos of. From my last sunrise there late last year. Hope to be back again this year. 🤞
Touchdown Villa Escudero! ❤️🚍
Who’s excited? MEEEE! This place is on my bucket list and I was the happiest when our company announced we will be having our company outing here! Woot! Woot!
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When hiking, stop often. Smell things. Touch leaves and ferns and trees. Spot mushrooms. Back-step and take photos of those little crack and crevices that lead to forest mysteries.
You will find these natural ice spikes over fresh water stream when hiked around Memencho Lake. Understanding this naturally occurring phenomenon is highly complex it seems.