Stuff of the Future Cafe Menu

Just to orient the readers of the cafe and to prevent any misunderstanding about any stuff I am posting here, I am now entrenched in Quezon City, part of this country’s capital region. For landmark purposes, the area five blocks away from where I live is the only place where the MRT and LRT lines intersect. Another landmark in the area is the place that local celebrities fondly call the “Big Dome.” And as another clue, the area where I live was formerly called — in the Martial Law Era — the fortress of bag snatchers and of lost souls who grope anybody they find vulnerable within darkened movie theaters with sticky floors. Thank goodness these types were also banished by people power!

I also have a new source of livelihood and a new jungle through which I have to negotiate in order to survive. Which also means that I’ve left so much behind and I badly need a way to de-stress and to battle the homesickness that threatens to overwhelm me in my most unaware moment.

With the cafe opening up from a new home base, join me in the following days for the usual insane ride.

It’s up to you to decide if there are fireworks going on.

I, myself, cannot predict what will happen at the start of the day.

More of that in the days to come.

Heads Up!

And to further assist the patrons of the cafe, I’ve summarized, in a list — complete with nifty bullets —Β  the stuff I am currently undergoing:

  • New job
  • New location
  • New acquaintances
  • New peeves
  • New stress levels
  • New lifestyle
  • New jungle
  • New hobbies
  • New places
  • New faces
  • Old hobbies revisited
  • Old peeves revisited
  • Homesickness
  • Homecoming

There ya go.

Thank you for stopping by. Come back soon.


Bear with me for a while because I still need to chalk in another menu.


  1. You can do it, gurl πŸ˜€ How’s it going so far? I hope that you will truly be happy with your new work, life, etc. there. You deserve to be happy after all that you’d been through at the shoe factory πŸ™‚

    1. @joy: thank you. oddly, as far as the job training goes, it is fun. i am not sure if i’d be singing like a lark when it comes to taking in live calls. crossing my fingers on that.

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