Mango, grape, lemon Can taste sweet or even sour Just like tamarind. Sampalok is the Filipino term for tamarind. It's often made into candies of different variants: sweet, sour, spicy and sometimes rolled as a candy ball wrapped in cellophane materials or arranged in a box. (Photo sources: tamarind balls / in cellophane wrappers) For … Continue reading Tamarind
The colors that captivated me Are fuchsia, white and green; Under the mid-day sun I thought that's all I have seen. But wait, there's one more! Inside the petals are three or four, Tiny yellow parts prettily laid Visible because of light and shade. For citysonnet's colors and letters.
Pretty Sally isn't shy to show us she still has that Christmas feeling. Well, same here! 🙂 colors and letters photo a day challenge
YOU PROBABLY notice that the tiny video clip in this blog's sidebar is gone. But, that is no reason for me to stop sharing some of the interesting music I like. Today, I am excited to feature one rare performance of Richard Marx, the pop/rock singer known for his soothing raspy voice (of course, Rod … Continue reading Now and Forever