Drop me a line

It’s too bad WP Site stats can only give you too much information, metrics mainly. But I don’t care about numbers (maybe I will if my busiest day  goes past 23 visitors), I care about people who take their time, even for a quick second to peek into my blog.

So please say “hi”, leave a comment, suggestions, rants (hopefully none). I would love to meet each and everyone of you. :)

13 thoughts on “Drop me a line

  1. Hi Janis! Thank you for dropping by my rarely visited blog and leaving a heart warming comment. I really appreciate it. You made me happy.

    I was browsing your blog and I find your food posts very interesting. Honestly, I am envious of your talent and skill. I never gained the interest to cook. So frustrating for a member of the female populace. I hope we could get to know each other better by following each others blogs. That would make me happier.

    Have a great day!

    • wonderful! following you already! Don’t fret for not being inclined to working the kitchen. I am a little bit of a progressive person so, gender specific roles are really never my thing. You’re a very good writer and that’s always good. Thanks for dropping a line. I really appreciate it. :)

    • Yay! Thanks for the follow back even though my blog isn’t as interesting as yours. Your photos are captivating and your writing, impeccable. Both qualities I hope I naturally possess. But I must say that I was lured by your elevated taste in food and vast knowledge in wine. I will always look forward to where your next blissful adventure takes you. :)

  2. Hey, Janis, wahahaha….
    Pinakita ko sa friends ko pics. Hanga sila. They said you should put together your own cookbook and send it to a publisher. Naks!

  3. I am jealous of your great photography skills! What kind of camera do you use? Do you have any tips for a newbie like myself?

    • Hi! That’s one of the kindest comments I have received and I am truly flattered. I couldn’t say much about my photography skills. There’s a lot of hits and misses trying to figure out composition, lighting, etc. etc. etc. My camera is Nikon d80 and I use 18mm-105mm and 50mm f 1.8 lenses. But I started out with a nikon point and shoot camera, too. I guess, most of it is just trying to figure out the strengths of your camera and trying to maximize that when taking pictures (of food) There are lots of tutorials on youtube and google and that helped me out a lot too. And if you miss, just keep trying again until you achieve the result you want. We’re at the digital age where you don’t ahve to fret about wasting film
      count.

      Thanks for dropping by and taking the time to look around. I hope I was able to answer your question and feel free to visit and ask any time! :)

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