Advice from a sunflower: Be bright, sunny and positive. Spread seeds of happiness. Rise. Shine. And hold your head high.
Yesterday my yellow heart had its most heart thumping, fast beating experience. We went to a sunflower farm in Candelaria, Quezon. 🌻
Banjo picked us up at Sampaloc Beach Resort around 9am (we had a group outing). It was a gloomy morning but nothing can stop us! Haha. Actually, I didn’t know that we’re about to go there because Banjo won’t tell me but when Ate Tin asked him he had no choice but to spill the beans.
At first I thought we were going to the Sunshine Farm in Tiaong but it happened that there’s a nearer sunflower farm. It’s Angel’s Sunflower Farm in Candelaria.
Can you imagine how happy I was upon seeing this many little suns? The little kid inside me wanted to jump for joy and just scream. Waaaaaah!
To our dismay (pero konti lang naman), the sunflowers are small because they’ve already grown tall during the past days and so the caretakers cut them to make way for the new blooms. Nevertheless, they were still very pretty. 💛
This is me posing really awkwardly for Banjo’s phone because we all know I’m no model material because I’m too shy and lack that confidence. Hahahuhu.
The whole farm also had very cute instagrammable picture taking nooks. And just look at the entrance! Colorful umbrellas serve as roofs and different colorful flowers like cosmos and marigolds line the fences.
On the farm there’s also a place where you can eat merienda. They sell pansit habhab, siomai, refreshments and other types of pasalubongs that you can get. We ate but took no photo. Haha. And of course they sell plants! Banjo gave me a sunflower plant ofcourse. Hahaha. Ano pa ba.
We chose one that has not yet fully bloomed for the flowers only last for two weeks so I wanted something that I can bring back to Laguna and will live longer. I’m so happy. Really happy. Dancing on air happy. 😄😄😄
Thank you for bringing me here. It’s the little things that makes me happy the most. 🐻💛