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Fresh Start

Posted in Photos by NAN on 2009/01/07
Some lemon grass which my mom used for pinangat--stewed coconut meat and freshwater prawns wrapped in gabi leaves.

Stalks of lemon grass which my mom used for pinangat--stewed coconut meat and freshwater prawns wrapped in gabi leaves.

Chicks

Newly-hatched native chickens which we keep incubated with a light bulb in a box. These three are survivors after a cat attacked the rest of the brood during the night.

Kagata

Kagata--a Bicol imperative meaning "Bite!"--what we named this German Shepherd puppy we're keeping as new pet at home. True enough, she's quite fond of biting even us, but she does it lightly and, I hope, with affection.

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  1. ohmski said, on 2009/01/07 at 10:33 AM

    happy new year nan!

    • nan said, on 2009/01/07 at 10:41 AM

      @ohmski I hope you’re having a fresh start too. 🙂

  2. peachy said, on 2009/01/14 at 10:54 AM

    Haha. I love the name. Get another dog and name him/her Dasmagi! :p

    • nan said, on 2009/01/14 at 10:58 AM

      @Peachy I think my mom’s keen on getting a Yorkshire Terrier at the moment, but that’s highly probable if they decide to get another guard dog instead. 😛

  3. styleanywhere said, on 2009/10/12 at 7:42 PM

    are you from bicol?
    “kagata na”, i ponder, is a better word for”bite!”. “na” is for the “!” 🙂
    or maybe its in other part of bicol. terms/words vary in every place in bicol. 🙂

  4. nan said, on 2009/10/13 at 12:33 AM

    Yes, an oragon here. And you too?!

    • styleanywhere said, on 2009/10/13 at 10:13 AM

      really?sain? iyo man baga, uragon man!haha

      • nan said, on 2009/10/13 at 3:34 PM

        Cool, si Dhonjason din. Cam Sur kid here.

        • styleanywhere said, on 2009/10/13 at 3:48 PM

          ah, harayuon man!hehe..sain ka nageskwela, digdi na sa manila or sa bicol man? 🙂

          • nan said, on 2009/10/13 at 4:10 PM

            College lang digdi. Sa Naga ang high school.


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