Today marks our second full month of being in one of the more unique relationships around. Instead of calling what Tobie, Prince and I share a "threesome" or a "ménage à trois", it seems the term family best suits us. In fact, we've started to refer to ourselves as the ASA Family, given ASA is an acronym of our last names Abad-Sunico-Angeles. This sort of replaces the old Pamilya Egg term, especially since Nico is now coming to terms with the fact that he now has an additional "dad" to deal with, hehe.
So what have we been up to over the past 30 days? Let's breeze through the photo memories, shall we?
|02.25 Planet Zips 1st SpinDependence|
|02.26 Ice Box Cake!|
Plus Prince cooked some great adobo using pork chops! Nom nom nom...
|03.02 Ninja Poi!|
|03.03-03.04 Puerto Galera|
|03.06 New Furniture|
|03.10 Meet Poy-Poy!|
By the weekend Tobie had a business trip to Hong Kong and Prince and I used this time as a chance to finally bring his dog Poy-Poy home. He's now an official resident at the Sietch and seems a lot happier than when he was before. Of course it helps that he's back together with Prince a lot more and he has the bonus of me and Tobie as extra companions.
|03.11 Movie date!|
|03.17-03.18 2nd Puerto Galera Trip|
|03.17 Goodbye Pendant|
Puerto Galera has sort of become our "province", which is a nice thought. Everyone always talks about having a home province where their family came from and where they spend some vacations. I've never really had that experience since my family has largely been within Metro Manila for several generations, so to have a province to call home, in a manner of speaking, is kind of fun.
And that's pretty much the month so far. Apart from the big events, naturally there have been a lot of little moments like Tobie learning to train Poy-Poy, me preparing breakfast and packed lunches on Monday mornings while everyone is still groggy and somewhat hungover and of course lots and lots of nights at O Bar Ortigas.
This is our happy little life in our part of the world. It may not seem like much and the potential dynamics of it all may boggle your brains as you try to figure it out, but that's not really the point here. The point is that the three of us love one another dearly, we're faithful to each other and we're devoted to making each other happy. Like any other family we have good times and bad times, but through it all we pull together and do our best to support one another through patience, love and understanding.
And I wouldn't have it any other way. I love you Prince and Tobie!