Yesterday, I heard Sunday mass with my family.
We later had Chinese brunch as my dad wanted comfort food.
Then, I packed all these stuff for my crafternoon at Makers Cafe.
I went there to buy my minimalist stainless steel Catriona earrings.
But I also went there to hang and knit!
I had carbonara and a long black to energize me as I craft.
Then, I took out my copy of Always Be Creating by Abbey Sy and my journal to answer some journaling prompts from the book.
I realized that I wanted a daily reminder of my late friend Diane, so I bought this side moon gold-filled necklace from Pulseras by Kim.
Feeling inspired, I continued journaling using Abbey’s book. I also finished reading it in the cafe, and I no longer felt overwhelmed with my life. I realized that there is a process to pursuing my purpose and achieving my goals. And it pays to be creative in order to find beauty and meaning as I go along.
I finished knitting my scarf. As I began crocheting a new one, I was privileged to witness the procession of the Black Nazarene.
I packed my art bag and proceeded to Cinema Centenario to watch Rainbow’s Sunset. It was touching and heartwarming.
I later had dinner at Get Greens.
It was my first time there. Their green pesto pasta did not disappoint!
Then, I stitched my scarf together to turn it I tom an infinity one.
I enjoyed my day at Maginhawa, and I got to do a lot!
Here’s to more crafternoons and warm memories.