My last blog post was September 11, 2016. It’s been a while (exactly four months) that you haven’t heard from me. Yeah, OK. Blame my mom! Kidding aside, she’s been the busiest mom/person on earth ever since we landed the Philippines. Bear with us, if you can!
Nothing to loose in waiting, right?
Here’s something to look at for the weekend!
DON’T YOU JUST LOVE THE PLACE?
I can just go back here everyday.
Samkara Restaurant & Garden Resort
Until next adventure!
All photos courtesy of Vener Cabrera
“You are never too young to be FIERCE!”
I was out of the digital world for some months now.I have been busy lately with my new adventure.
I will tell you soon!
It’s Pitti Bimbo again in Florence. It’s the 83rd edition (June 23-25, 2016). Lucky, i will be part of the fashion shows again. This time for Apartment Couture, Kidzfizz and Il Gufo.
It’s gonna be an awesome fashion-adventure. It’s nice to be with my good friends once again. Will update soon!
With my friends: Britthany, Alessia & Chloe (all filipina)
We had a photo shoot in Verona last Sunday and Monday (May 22/23) and we really had a lot of fun! The dresses that me and my best friend, Britthany is by Dancing in the Grass, a Swedish organic clothing.
You can visit the whole blog here to see wonderful photos by Emily Kornya: Les Enfants a Paris Summer Holiday
Photography by Emily Kornya, children’s fashion photographer who works throughout Europe. She has recently moved back to Europe after completed her undergraduate degree in English Literature, Russian Literature in translation and South Slavic Studies at The University of Toronto.
Represented by Quai des Blondes in Paris
Lots of exciting stories to tell, soon!
LIFE is like a mirror. Smile at it and it smiles back at YOU!
Photo by Annarella Caruso
Did you give a SMILE to someone today?
Photo by 2ClickPhotograhers
Why God Made Little Girls
God made the world with towering trees,
Majestic mountains and restless seas.
Then paused and said , “It needs one more thing…
Someone to laugh and dance and sing.
To walk in the wood and gather flowers…
To commune with nature in quiet hours.”
So God made little girls
With laughing eyes and bouncing curls,
With joyful hearts and infectious smiles,
Enchanting ways and feminine wiles.
And when He’d completed the task He’d begun.
He was pleased and proud of the job He’d done.
For the world, when seen through little girl’s eyes
Greatly resembled Paradise.
I hope you like this poem!