To visit this place has been something I’ve always wanted to do. I would’ve done it sooner, if not for the enormous pile of work I had to finish over the past couple of months. I still have a lot to finish though with two weeks of school left (ugh can time please speed up!!) but I’ve been putting this trip off from my mom for so long.
It was all so sudden— you walking into my life. I didn’t know how it happened; it just did.
The first night was about movies; you told me how you anticipated every episode of HIMYM and I told you how I grew up watching FRIENDS. A little while later, I found myself talking to you about books, the way other girls talked about boys. I’ve never met anyone who read John Grisham, not until you.
The second night was about my past. It didn’t make much sense to me, that I always thought I’d been in love before, and realizing I actually never was. But you understood. And it didn’t make me feel so irrational. “We’re both weird.”
The third night was about my dad, and how much I loathed him. I’ve never told anyone the entire story before; partly because I was ashamed, and partly because it was too painful. But talking to you was so easy; so light, and the next thing I knew I was sharing things I never dared tell anyone. “No judging.”, as you’d put it.
The fourth night was about my dreams. Me lusting after the world of media, and wanting to become a writer. You told me how much you loved my writing and I felt deeply flattered. All people appreciate about my writing are all the serious stuff; essays, articles and reports. But you, you looked into something deeper. Something more. Something emotional. A side of me in between words; a side no one has ever seen before.
Last night was about music, and the future, and how I wanted to be in love. To be honest, I didn’t feel special. I feel like any other person who has dreams and hopes; but you make me feel like I’m more. Like, I want to be more. Like I could completely be myself, at the same time, being this whole other person I could only hope to become.
"I’ve been this way
With so many before
But this feels like the first time.”
We’re both weird.
We got the chance to see Michael V, Nova Villa, Jake Vargas and I even got the chance to take a (VERY) blurred photo with mama berrrrr! ✌
I don’t know why people seem so surprised when they see me wearing glasses. I’ve had these since I was in first year high school, but I stopped wearing them when I regained my 20/20 vision. These are actually corrective lenses and the grades are only 20/25. Recently though I’ve been more nauseous than ever and I figured it must be my eyes again. Yay or nay?
Mom and I kinda abused SM’s 3 Day Sale and Forever 21 Fairview’s Double Markdown + 21% off sale. My feet literally killed me, but I got such good deals on everything!
I honestly can’t believe how fast February flew by. I’ve been so busy at everything, I hardly noticed that it was already the last day of the month. For the past month it’s been paper after paper (MASYADONG MAPAPEL SA AB!!!), and reports after reports, presentations after presentations and quizzes after quizzes. I’ve been on auto mode: wake up -> go to school -> get through the day -> go home -> do homework -> study for a quiz -> write papers -> sleep. Anyway I’m getting waaaay off the subject. I haven’t tried out that much products in February, but I love each and every one of these so much!
You know what to do. :)
My block has this habit that whenever a prof is not around, we connect the podium speaker jack to someone’s phone so we could listen to some music. There was a time before my group and I reported that I hooked my phone and got a few questions regarding some of the songs. A friend even asked me to send her the screenshot of my entire playlist! And since I haven’t been able to blog as frequent as I’d like
(too busy!! huhu), I decided to blog about it as well. :)
My friend told me about this book a month ago, and I’ve been seeing instragram posts of this book even then, but I didn’t think of getting myself one until my friend told me that it was available at NBS but it was always sold out. Like, always. So when my friend saw this at NBS SM San Lazaro, she got a copy right away.
This book is perfect for those who are in pseudorelationships, in actual relationships, those who are going through a break up, those who want to move on, and those who can’t move on. Tagos na tagos ang librong to, mga dre. Take my word for it.
No guy has ever given me a book for Valentine’s Day, and having someone do that a while ago just makes me smile so much. I’m not a flower person since I feel like flowers are a waste, why not just give something that will last for more than a couple of days right? I’d rather receive a book or a pillow, and receiving this book (which I’ve had my eyes set on for a weeks btw) and knowing that someone paid that much attention to me and the little things about me just melted my heart. ♥
After how many months I finally had my hands on an Olaf stuffed toy! I just got him this afternoon and I can’t get over how adorable he is. With the quality of this plushie, you won’t even believe that it’s handmade! Ahhhh Olaf you are so gonna be loved. ❤
There’s no question to it, John Green is my absolute favorite author (next to Mitch Albom of course) It’s just, I feel like every time I read one of his books something inside me twitches and his style is the perfect mix of funny, romantic, classic and timeless. He has the rare talent of making you itch until you finish reading his book and afterwards, something in you will change.
What I’ll be doing is rating his books from 1-5, (1 being the one I liked most), and will be writing a review on each. I promise to try my best and to not write spoilers or anything! :)
Last Saturday, we finally had our NSTP fieldwork held at Villas, Pangasinan, which was about 4 hrs away from UST. I didn’t know what to expect, but we were warned of the intense heat of the place and that we were going to be building a playground. Thankfully, Chin, my college bestfriend was in the same class as mine and was my group mate so I wasn’t alone.