I went to Dipolog City to see the home of an online friend… see the environment that nurtured the person I admire.
I experienced a full Café Romano hospitality.
Meewa’s Papa’s sculpture.
The library. It’s refreshing to visit a friend that has a lot of books to compare with my own and discuss about. It is quite a rarity.
A full Café Romano breakfast with the famous espresso. ♥ This was an excellent breakfast, but I have just arrived that morning so it was full of talk and less of the eating. Truly delightful! 🙂
Demitasses. One set of many from Meewa’s collection.
Dandi and Misha, Meewa’s brothers. My last picture at the house. I think this is very picturesque. The photo is not very good as usual, but it’s the whole scene, the feeling it evokes: it makes me want to go back every time I see it.
Meewa of Les Fleur d’un Livre. 🙂 I’m so glad to finally meet her after years of online friendship. Even through the net we’ve connected quite well to make me (finally) take on a trip south and be with her. I experienced more than I thought I would for an overnight stay. I had a truly wonderful time there. I think I laughed the whole time.
This year, –and I know it’s not over yet but I don’t think both or either can be topped– I have had two wonderful, life-changing periods with people I never thought existed. Both broke my heart. The first one because He took my dreams away, and the second because They are so very far away.