My Morning’s Idiosyncrasy

With a restful sleep last night, I knew I did wake up on the right side of the bed this morning. 

In high spirits, I went through my Tuesday routine until my three sons had been fetched by their school service at 5:50 am. Afterwards, I did some checking but made sure that I’d set the alarm at 7:00 am for me to start preparing for work. I promised myself never would I be caught in a traffic jam or worse, encounter a vehicular mishap on my way again. For me, it’s a mortal sin to be tardy in my first class at 9:00 am. 
But alas! This freakishness struck that almost caused me my second tardiness this first semester. 
I picked an all-black attire for the day and then went to my ethnic tapestry to choose the accessories that would best complement it. 

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It took me awhile to decide which one to wear until i had this short list.


I spent around 8 to 10 minutes choosing from this set only to settle with this necklace in going to San Beda College Alabang. 


Hahahaha… Woman (I am a woman!), you are indeed full of eccentricities!


4 thoughts on “My Morning’s Idiosyncrasy

  1. WJ I see myself in you back in the days! (makes me sound so old) I had a LOT of ethnic accessories that I’ve collected from my travels around PI when I was still with a theater group. I had so many T’boli glass beads necklace and bracelets that had lots of bells. I sure sounded like a walking wind chime when I was in college LOL.
    I stopped collecting them and gave my loot to friends a few years ago. My kids and accessories don’t go well. I just have a few pieces left (my favorites) that I keep safe away from my kiddos. 🙂

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  2. we are kindred spirits in the “theater” aspect, jhanis! i think my love for it has also led me to having this ethnic tapestry. wow! many t’boli accessories? i envy you. 😉 i have not yet owned one. they are expensive. i can relate. i had one necklace from davao with a bell. well, i think i was like a pup everytime i would wear it. hahahaha…

    i refer to my collection as my “unwanted heirloom”. God forbid if one of my sons would have an interest in them. 🙂 🙂


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