Monday, November 16

Bugtong Plates, Meditation Retreat, and 10a Alabama Fair

I spent the latter part of last week with monks and with a lovely bunch of people. I learned so much just by observing them and listening to their stories. I got to try new things like meditating, not eating meat for days, and staying so calm (haha!). So different, but it's nothing compared to the challenge of applying the little nuggets of wisdom and practices to my city life.

Bugtong Plates

Bugtong Plates

Bugtong Plates

Bugtong Plates

The day after I got back, I was at the 10a Alabama Fair. Thank you to everyone who dropped by our booth, bought washi tapes, Dandy Ona pieces, and Bugtong Plates - a new personal project which I hope would bring bugtong back to everyday conversations. If you weren’t able to drop by the fair, the plates and Dandy Ona are also available at the Hey Kessy shop in Katipunan.

10a Alabama

10a Alabama

10a Alabama
Diklap's stickers

Some photos from the meditation retreat:

Meditation Retreat

Meditation Retreat

Meditation Retreat

Meditation Retreat

Meditation Retreat

Meditation Retreat

Btw, I’ll have a Slab Pottery Workshop on December 12, so if you want to make your own plates, bowls, and cups, and paint on them too, go to workshops.heykessy.com. And yes, the projects are not just for decorative purposes but can be used for food, too!:)

IMG_Bugtong Plates

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PS Thank you to Inquirer for featuring the second Craft Camp!
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