I only have two kinds of days. Staying at home all day juggling household chores, structural design and tending the baby
or running errands all day, doing site inspections, meeting architects, paying bills, buying groceries and tending the baby.
On this post, I’ll share to you the day we went to Ayala-Alabang, for a scheduled site inspection before concrete pouring.
Narrow, wooden and stiff.
This is an improvised ladder to the second floor.
Our playhouse, err, site to inspect.
Steel frames as skeleton.
Spiky stirrups every where ready to prick any not-so-careful foot on landing.
A cement mixer and a concrete-pourer truck.
Blue boys waiting for our cue to start.
#Worldbalance shoes as a temporary replacement for my not-yet-bought steel-toe.
The party goat. Get it? Got it.
The truck, the baby and the noise. Enjoying his first ever concrete pouring experience. hahaha
Baby loves the action going on around here.
Big trucks aren’t toys for big boys only, they could be for big girls too. lol
I think I’m now embracing my profession more. I only need a bit of action here and there to appreciate my father’s passion to build and design.
I had more time to read than compute…
Applying foundation on my face not planting it on the ground…
Tapping away glittery dust off a kabuki brush not cement dust on my muddy shoes…
Most of all, I wish my sites and your sites are of the same lateral coordinates.
Miss you. Take extra care and don’t forget to apply sunblock!
Yup, hubby’s far away in the mountains of Cebu doing what he loves to do, like what I’ve been doing here too. Hey, it rhymes!I think I’m now embracing my profession more. Although, I would still prefer enjoying myself putting foundation on the face anytime of the day over sweating myself off digging it on the ground.