Found this photo in one of the photos I downloaded from my old Friendster account. I am very thankful that they allow their users to download their photos before they erase them since our laptop hard drive crashed last year and we no longer have copies our old photos. Well, now we have some of them.
The photo above was taken in 2008 along Marikina Riverbanks. This was also the time when DK bought me my first ever DSLR, a Nikon D40.
A walk along the riverbanks is something I would like to do regularly. Even if the other side of the path is a highway, the occasional growing trees served as an air filter and despite the not so clean Marikina River the air along the pathway feels fresh to me. The joggers definitely love this part of the riverbanks.
It was a nice afternoon when we head out to the park (it is considered as a park right?). We haven’t cross the highway yet but I can feel Una’s enthusiasm when we told her that we would go out for a walk. My daughter received my outgoing gene.
Una saw a set of numbers printed on the concrete. We are introducing numbers to Una and we are so proud that she recognized them as numbers and she started counting 1, 2, 5, 8, 7… Though her numbers are not in the right order and doesn’t match on what is printed there we are still proud of her development.
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