MyCeviche reminded me of the east coast version of poke restaurants in California. I found this quick-stop restaurant in an article listing Top Places to Eat at in Miami. I’m glad we squeezed in time for some refreshing ceviche. Healthy and delicious in a plate is my favorite thing.
Bloom where you are planted. I love this quote. It reminds me of people who are able and willing to grow in any environment, regardless of the conditions of the environment.
Happy Siblings Day to my favorite crazies, Bridget and Nicholas 💛
It’s our first day at the new office! But before I get situated in my new environment/second home, let’s take a moment to appreciate this beautiful building that so kindly became the place where I propelled my career.
We are the Core Five, the first five grandchildren of Angelina and Diosdado Bulosan. From oldest to youngest, it’s me, my sister Bridget, Hannah, Luke, and Celine. We are grandchildren of dreamers who flew across the Pacific Ocean to live in America. We are grandchildren of small business owners, self-starters, tailors, and hard workers. We are grandchildren lucky enough to have a grandma who (quite literally) fights and has a black belt, and have a grandpa who is currently fighting for his life as we speak.
In the midst of all the wedding planning and happy moments, a very sad thing happened last week. Mark’s grandmother — also known as nanay — passed away. It’s been hard, especially since our upcoming wedding day is on Nanay’s 93rd birthday.
My boyfriend of seven years asked me to marry him, and I said YES!
What is it about Filipinos and immediately having a connection just because they are Filipino? I like to call it an “instant click.” You know… the one where you go to an event with new people everywhere, but you spot that one other Filipino there. Then, you hover towards them and just start talking… and click. You’re practically family.