That’s why I love talking to Jaymee.

Some year-end thoughts of Jaymee that I too much love. *Money can’t buy class, a diploma doesn’t mean smart, and influential surname doesn’t equate breeding. *Even if it’s your favorite, you can’t have fried chicken everyday because if so, it will no longer be special. Same goes for life. It can’t always be rainbows, butterflies and happy times. Darkness has to be experienced to appreciate … Continue reading That’s why I love talking to Jaymee.

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Ninoy as a President: NO!; Single: YES

I’m thinking of sleeping early tonight, maybe 9pm is a good idea, but I think I’m too pre-occupied of so many things around me and quite a few things that happened to me for the past weeks. My mind’s like a balloon that will explode any moment from now because of too much helium and several circumstances are still making efforts to put more of … Continue reading Ninoy as a President: NO!; Single: YES

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Usapan sa "matatandang" baso.

“Wala man tayong magagawa sa sitwasyon dahil may sarili na siyang desisyon, ang mahalaga malaman nya na may tumututol sa kanyang desisyon.” Siguro nga, ito ang ugaling nakuha ko sa tatay ko. .. …Hangga’t kayang ipaglaban ang pinaniniwalaan kong tama; hangga’t kayang intindihin at ipaintindi ang mga bagay-bagay sa mga taong maaapektuhan ng mga ito; hangga’t kayang lumaban, lalaban. Walang maliit, walang malaki para kay Daddy…lahat … Continue reading Usapan sa "matatandang" baso.

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When suffocated, you just need to give in.

The Bottom Line Trust yourself — you will be able to recognize an opportunity when it comes along. In Detail The romantic rejections you’ve suffered in your life have been painful, but they have taught you valuable lessons. You’re a much stronger person because of what you’ve been through and you have a better idea of what you’re looking for. Now more than ever, you … Continue reading When suffocated, you just need to give in.

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How we should live life.

My godfather sent me these tips. Some of the things in the list sound so used, but they’re honestly the right thing to do.c’mon!Live life to its fullest.1. Take a 10-30 minutes walk every day.2. Sit in silence for at least 30 minutes each day.3. Sleep for 7 hours. (10 to 5)4. Live with the 3 E’s — Energy, Enthusiasm, and Empathy.5. Play more games.6. … Continue reading How we should live life.

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Nasa bahay ang puso ko (super mushy entry!)

Home feels good, always. And Easter Sunday brings HOPE, always. Sabi sa text ni Lloyd Luna, author ng “Is there a job waiting for you?” and “Do you have the life of your own?”…EVERYTHING ends up alright. If it’s not yet alright, then it’s not yet the end.” Maybe that’s why I’m feeling uneasy these days, madami pang hindi “alright.” But I’m glad that I’m … Continue reading Nasa bahay ang puso ko (super mushy entry!)

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Shitting around.

I’ve seen “golden” relationships fail, genuine friendships that were thrown away, expectations that continually made a person down and tragic goodbyes, for two months that were kept and given me some sleepless nights. Having a fulfilled life is never having a perfect life. I’m thankful of having I-could-not-ask-for-more moments but He’s the cleverest to keep the balance always. And in my case, I have to … Continue reading Shitting around.

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So many things have changed.

It’s so amazing how time flies so fast. How the handwritten became typewritten, how Betamax became DVD, how penpals became phonepals and eventually became textmates, how porridge was made available in an “instant” packaging to substitute the used-to-be Lola’s merienda during my childhood, how Daddy gave me freedom to live on my own without hearing his usual loud voice when scolding me, how Mommy stopped … Continue reading So many things have changed.

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