I remember coming here almost every Sunday when grandmy was still alive. She, Dada and Mita always looked forward to a relaxing and peaceful Sunday in the farm. Fresh air, no electronics, good food, fried bananas and fried kamote, what more could you ask for. I miss you so much grandmy, wish you can see the kids enjoying the farm…it’s their first time here.
Papi Ros and Grandy Joe meeting us as we enter the main house.
Preparing for lunch
The extension house, mita bo’s lair. haha.
Inside the extension house
Outside the extension house
The gate to the broilers is right across the farm
We’re missing one pair, somebody a.k.a Ann Marie didn’t bring her blue brogues.
First time we’re visiting the family farm as Mr. and Mrs.
Here is today’s #OOTD:
(TOP: crop top,Metro Ayala Cebu, P99/ SHORTS: high waist, thrifted/ SUNGLASSES: round frames, Jatujak Bangkok/ SHOES: perforated brogues, 579)
We were heading out real early to the family farm and you could say I was running a bit late so I had to grab the most comfortable outfit I could find…you can never go wrong with a croptop and washed out denim shorts, this outfit was literally a grab-wear and go.
I originally bought these 90’s inspired croptop to use for working out. I usually like them loose and comfortable when I’m jogging so I bought two of these (of course in different designs) for P90/each at a local mall here in the Philippines, that’s roughly US$2/each , but you can practically get them anywhere.
I might have showed too much skin but I didn’t care too much because I was amongst family plus I needed the ‘ventilation’…hot hot day today.
And I usualy dislike it when my outfit is drab and dull so I opted to wear my red brogues to add some color. Besides it’s always best to wear closed shoes in the farm…you never know what you’re going to step on (mud and manure).