Wednesday, June 30, 2010


So, it's 1:52 in the afternoon and up til now, I've been staying inside my room. Nothing really special happened to me today even if it's a holiday. Well, Noynoy Aquino must be having so much fun now that he's just been inaugurated as the new president of the Philippines. Oh, yeah! something special happened to me today... SNICKERS!! Hahaha

I rescued a black, full-length Christian Ferre dress. My sister found it somewhere and was planning on selling it online. But, I got and and now I'm sewing to to make it shorter. I'll post photos of it when I'm done. Can't wait.

I'm reading Quidditch Through The Ages. Check out the first photo. It's the green book. It's so cool. And I AM

Mike said I've been really mean to my parents lately. Yeah, I guess he's right.

Sunday, June 27, 2010

Movie Night

Last night (more like this morning since it was already 1-something a.m), Noyl, Mike and I watched Amelia and Legion. And guess what? LEGION is the shit. It was so cool! I can't get over it til now. I really want to watch it again. Man, I have to go to Noyl's place and borrow her dvd. I can't wait to show it to my parents since they're all religious and stuff. I especially want to see my mom's reaction to the movie plot. I can't believe I didn't watch this in the movies. So, okay. For those who have no idea about what the movie is all about... It's about God getting tired of all the "bullshit" people has been putting up. There's this baby who's supposed to save mankind but because God couldn't take all the crap anymore, he decides to send Angel/ St. Michael to stop the baby from being born. But then Michael believes so much in mankind that he stayed on our side and defends us. So now, the order was given Angel Gabriel and so action happens. WATCH IT. The effects are so cool. I especially love their wings. And the greatest thing about it is that it wasn't dragging at all. I recommend this to everyone. Except for the kids, maybe too scary for them. I'd give it a score of 5/5.

Thursday, June 24, 2010

Morning Craving

It's 6:01 in the morning. I'm making a paper which talks about culture when I suddenly came across with one of my old doodles. And now, I want to eat it! HAHA Will somebody give me some? Colette's buko pie would be great!

*buko pie = coconut filled pie

Sunday, June 20, 2010

What Was Left Of My Afternoon

I spent my Sunday afternoon or what was left of it in St. Patrick's Square. I stayed inside a kind-of-cozy bakeshop alone. Emphasis on the "alone" part since this state is still novel to me. I hate being alone. Anyway, despite the fact that I was being a loner, I can say that the experience was surprisingly relaxing and fun. I was able to sit alone, listen to music and do my favorite activity-- observing people. It was boring at first but it eventually turned enjoyable. The lady at my right was also alone. It seemed to me like she was waiting for someone. It also seemed to me that she was also observing people since she kept on turning her head and staring at people but her face was all pissed so I guess she wasn't enjoying the "activity" as much as I have been. Then two women walked in. One was about fifty something and the other was seventy something. Mother and daughter? The "daughter" ordered 2 slices of cake bars (this made me really jealous since I just ordered 2 packs of cookies and coffee-- I panicked!). Ube for the "mother" and chocolate for the "daughter". A few minutes later, people started coming in and guess what? The "daughter" had a daughter. On the moment that I realized that, Katy Perry's Thinking of You was playing. Then I started to miss Mike.

You're like and Indian summer in the middle of winter
Like a hard candy with a surprise center

Won't you walk through?
And bust in the door and take me away
No more mistakes
Cause in your eyes I'd like to stay.


I Want The World

I named my blog "I Want The World" simply because I really do want the world. I want the world and all it has to offer. I want anything-- EVERYTHING. Yeah, I know that's impossible. I still have a bit of my reality check checker intact but it would be really great if I really did own the world. Wanting the world equals to wanting to reach every dream, no matter how stupid or crazy or impossible it may be. It equals to being content to what I have. It equals to living every moment-- the here and now. It equals to being genuinely happy with no strings attached or any catch at all. Just. Happy. There are moments when I do feel that way-- just happy, but it lasts just for a time and the thing is, I don't get to realize it until it's over. I want to cherish every moment. I want to pause and breathe every chance I have. I want to experience the world and all that it brings. Not thinking about the what-ifs and the buts. I want life.

Wednesday, June 16, 2010


So, I went online and discovered something intriguing and something I wasn't prepared for. The first thing I did, I squealed. I told my friend who was concerned and our conversation eventually turned depressing. Blah, blah, blah blah, blah... The point is, he described his situation in such a way that affected me real good and I would like to quote him on this. He said "... You have no idea. It's just like (being) trapped in the rooftop of a 100 floor(ed) building-- burning building. It's either you jump or maluto ka (you'll burn)." Damn. His situation must be really hard. I admit, I really din't know what he felt until he used this simile. Man, I wouldn't want to be in his place right now because I really wouldn't know what to do.

Matters of the heart are really difficult. There's no winning or losing. There's just ____________. Fill in the blank please.

Monday, June 14, 2010

So Long Sweet Summer

Today is the unofficial end of summer. This day marks the first week of classes which sucks real bad since I am such a summer bum. I just finished saving and editing photos from my LAST summer outing and really, it's depressing. Moalboal by the way, was such a blast. Despite the long and bumpy bus ride going there, Moalboal is so worth it.

Goodbye to the very late warm nights.
Goodbye to waking up to the afternoon heat.
Goodbye to sleeping the days away.
Goodbye to lazy summer afternoons.
(Though we'll always have lazy afternoons.)

Goodbye sweet, sweet, sweet Summer!