“Keep calm and get your hair done for life is short to have a boring hair.”– One dreary day, I surfed up the net and browsed news feed in my social media accounts, until I saw that quote. It had no impact on me at that time. I ignored it because I do not care much about my looks. Yup, I simply don’t care much especially about my hair. I just ponytailed it up and it was good to go. But then, Read More »
Making memories…it’s a favorite pastime of many. And having a camera greatly helps in making the memories vivid and easier to recall. So, cheers to technology for the invention of the camera. Memories can be created in a snap of a moment.Read More »
Staring at the blank screen for almost half an hour, expecting some ideas to flash in my mind, I was frustrated. I shut it off with a plan to work on this the following day, then on the day after the following, then on the next day, and so on…Boom! Oh my… Procrastination or simply laziness hit me. Oh well, I gotta work or else I’ll regret this forever. Procrastination should not happen again because I hate it when I fail. I have missed my December entry. Since it’s 2015, here is my resolution: to have two or more entries per month as I embark on the new year with endless possibilities.
So here’s my first entry in 2015, starting from the TOPS…
A lighthouse is a tower containing a beacon light to guide the directions of boats/sea vessels. It helps mariners in case of misnavigation and leads them back to safety. Lighthouses or the locally called parolas are not new to Filipinos. The Philippines being an archipelago consisting of 7107 islands and islets has a number of lighthouses erected on some of these islands. People living along the shores are familiar with these lighthouses. Every lighthouse has a story to tell. This makes me interested to visit a lighthouse in Liloan, Cebu. It is called Bagacay Point Lighthouse.Read More »
At 8 pm of October 21,1990, from the sweat, blood and pain that could hardly be endured, my mother gave birth to the person whose life story will now unfold. I am none other than this person. I am very blessed to have loving parents who made possible of my existence in this world and to be able to experience and witness what life has to offer. It’s 24 years now and still riding on the wheels of life. WOHOOOO!
So, if you are really curious about my life , here are 24 snippets and glimpses about me 🙂
FYI : This will be my last photos with fats. HAHAHAHAHA. I really have to lose weight. DAMN!
As what I have stated before, for almost a month, I have done nothing with my life. It seems that I have not existed in this planet. My weekend companions were the bed, the pillow and the blanket and FOOD! Bahaha! And then I gained pounds and I caught sickness due to unpredictable weather. 😦 😥Read More »
Due to the intense heat we have experienced, my friends and I hit off the road and went to Balamban to escape part of the reality of the city. The first day of our adventure was mostly fun, laughter and leisure as stated in “BALAMBAN : Living it Up” (Part 1) in my blog. This is now part 2 of my memorabilia in Balamban and have to jot down my experiences as best as I could so I could reminisce them as clearly as possible in my golden years.Read More »
The scorching heat of the sun right now makes one think the Earth is aging. And so am I. I’ve got to do something with my life before I get too old. This may sound crazy, but seriously speaking, the heat drives me crazy. So, Read More »
I fondly remember that during my high school days, my mother told me to keep a diary/journal and to write entries every day. Then she would give me money for my efforts. She did this so that I would be motivated to write. It was fun for I often had this entry: “My day was happy and that’s all.” Mother never complained. She just read my diary and gave me money at the end of the month. Then I graduated from high school and went to college. I stopped writing my journal because I was busy with my studies. Read More »