What a beautiful day!
My mom, Dorlay, Pao, ate pang and her brother Josh took a spontaneous trip to an organic farm here in Davao.
We dropped by at Balolong (best garlic pandesal in town) for breakfast on the road.The trip heading to the highland farm called Bemwa went really well.
In the middle of the farm, there’s a tree where we I gave them all angel & fairy readings. All the messages from them, hits home.
I am particularly excited for Mom’s.
Part of my angel reading earlier this week was to incorporate play and have fun with whatever it is that I am doing.
I have been currently juggling 3 works which can sometimes overwhelm me, but I really wanted to do them anyway.
So, this is my short break from my usual days.
Anyway, we bought organic produces, chocolates from GenSan which they are selling and i find the packaging really quirky and fun.
As soon as we left the place aboard the car, it suddenly started to rain. And we thanked, the angels for making sure we are out of the farm before it rained.
And then, we went to the nearest restaurant called Seagull Mountain Resort. There was a crowd, so we tried securing our table first. When we were about to order we found out only two viands were left. So, we decided to take the risk and went to Il Toscana Italian Restaurant which was believed to be a 10minute drive.
And lo and behold, the rain was falling hard and we made it to the restaurant a lil bit wet but just enjoyed the whole process.
Then we ordered pasta and pizza.
Actually, Toscana is a known Italian restaurant downtown. Very romantic and with an Italian chef. I dont know if the Italian chef was at that branch though.
Nevertheless, the place was just my kind of place. Quirky and quiant. Then, I noticed the numbers on one of their signages 888 sea level.
I took it as an angel sign. And, I believed the angels really wanted us to dine there on that spot.
We had a hearty good meal and we drank our fave coffee of course: Lingzhi!
Then, after the hearty lunch the rain stopped and the sun was already giving out its awesome rays. We went and dropped by at Cicada Hills. And another majestic view greeted us:
We stayed for a few minutes to take photos and enjoy the scenery. When we are about to leave, an old dog approached us and the dog was filled with warmth and affection and was making lambing. It wanted belly rubs and attention. It was just cute.
When we left the place, it again started to rain. We thanked the angels for being gentle with us this time.
We dropped by a few plant shops wher emom bought roses, rosemary and a lemon tree.
Heading home, the angels gave me a wonderful gift.
They know how much I love this splash of love and hope in the sky:
Angelic musings and fairy bits,