April 10, 2014.
It’s my birthdaaaaay!<3
- 12 am surprise, with the cake and all.
- 5am jog/lakad/kapok exposure
- Red velvet cupcakes
- Color pens
- Miranda Sings impressions. Huhuhuhu. Sobrang natuwa ako!
- Greeting videos
- LAHAT NG GREETINGS!<333
- Burger from Josiah Lim
- Chubbeh the cactus! <333
- WARMHAGGEDON! »»>:))))««<
- Sobrang daming pumuntaaaa. <3
Kahit pinapataba ako at puro dairy yung pagkain. huhuhuhu. Thank youuuu at I love youuuuuu!
SUPER BEST BIRTHDAY SO FAR! <33333
And it hurts when you realized that you give more and more and more and receive less and less and less.
Using FutureMe.Org, I wrote a letter to Zamei of ’17.
One boring afternoon at work, gumawa ako ng cover photo ng fb group naming housemates and mainstays. <3 Excuse the colorful letters, may sinisymbolize yan. Lololols <3
Task #20. Artist Impersonation.
I decided to impersonate Miranda Sings since I adore her sooo much! Super funny niya! Hahaha
I posted pictures lang muna, I will upload the videos once I collected the right amount of strength. HAHAHA
The First Call from Heaven. I chose this book because like the characters in the book, I am also longing to speak with my Mom again. As soon as I get a copy, babasahin ko na.:)
Below is the review of the book.:)
One morning in the small town of Coldwater, Michigan, the phones start ringing. The voices say they are calling from heaven. Is it the greatest miracle ever? Or some cruel hoax? As news of these strange calls spreads, outsiders flock to Coldwater to be a part of it.
At the same time, a disgraced pilot named Sully Harding returns to Coldwater from prison to discover his hometown gripped by “miracle fever.” Even his young son carries a toy phone, hoping to hear from his mother in heaven.
As the calls increase, and proof of an afterlife begins to surface, the town—and the world—transform. Only Sully, convinced there is nothing beyond this sad life, digs into the phenomenon, determined to disprove it for his child and his own broken heart.
Moving seamlessly between the invention of the telephone in 1876 and a world obsessed with the next level of communication, Mitch Albom takes readers on a breathtaking ride of frenzied hope.
The First Phone Call from Heaven is a virtuosic story of love, history, and belief.
Review Retrieved from: http://mitchalbom.com/d/books/15802/first-phone-call-heaven
Task #18. Go somewhere Artsy!
Last March 13, 2014, my friends and I went to the Philippine High School for the Arts (PHSA) to watch this amazing kid do his violin recital. Muntik pa ngang hindi matuloy kasi walang bus.hahaha
Art appreciation day! <3
Masakit lang isipin na ramdam namin na every kid there was way talented than us. HAHAHA
PS: Super ganda ng view ng city lights from up there.:)
March 30, 2014. Tinanong ko si RM ng dalawang random words for this task, and she said nature and destiny.
From that, I wrote this love story…
Nature and Destiny’s Love Story
Nature and destiny loves each other very much. Nature knew it right from the start that she will end up with Destiny, that no matter what happens, her gutfeel said that Destiny will always be the one for her.
Destiny knew it from the very beginning that Nature, being the woman that she is, will definitely plan her future with him. The way she talks and moves showed that Nature believes in him, Nature trusts him, and Nature knew that he is the one.
Along the road, Nature met Change. He was very spontaneous, very unpredictable, yet very appealing. It didn’t take too long when Nature submitted to Change. She let Change enter her life, she let him affect her, she let him consume her.
Destiny loves Nature so much that he accepted Change. He let him enter his life, he let him affect him, and he did let him consume him. Destiny knew that no matter what happens, Nature will end up with him.
Change became very visible for quite some time, but then, Change left. “Everything’s back to normal”, Nature said. Meanwhile, Destiny believed that Change became part of him and her, and it won’t take too long, Change will re-enter their lives.
Then, along came Luck. Luck was very charming. He came with the good and the bad, yet Luck was very exciting. Luck’s views were different from that of Destiny. Luck doesn’t belive in plans and in fate. Luck doesn’t believe in Destiny.
Nature became confused. Unlike Change, Luck was very possesive, very inviting. Nature needed to choose. Destiny and Luck were very different, it’s hard to weigh their pros and cons, it’s hard to analyze the risks.
And then, Nature realized, Luck came in too soon, too quickly, too shortly. He cannot promise the future, he cannot stay for the long run. He can only promise today, the now. Today is good, now is great, but we are living the todays for the tomorrows, and we are enjoying the nows for the laters. Nature saw her future with Destiny. Nature planned her future with Destiny.
Destiny may be a little too hopelessly romantic, a little too futuristic, but Nature believed that Destiny is worth the wait. And no matter what happens, no matter how many times Change re-appears, and no matter how long the wait is, Destiny will always be the one for her.:)
Task #16. Mystery Chef.
Made this pancake mixed with banana, mallows, and chocochips, topped with again banana, mallows, and chocochips. <3
Paggawa palang stressful na given nga na dapat wala kang idea habang namimili kung anong gagawin mo. At wala rin akong idea kung pano iluluto sa. HAHAHA! Kinain pa rin naman ng friends.<3
Task #15. Watch a documentary.
Life in a Day. It is a crowd sourced drama/documentary film comprising an arranged series of video clips selected from 4,500 hours of footage in 80,000 submissions from 192 nations submitted to YouTube. The clips showed occurrences from around the world on a single day, July 24, 2010.
The first thing that came to my mind while watching was, “What was I doing during this time?.” The concept of the documentary was in fact brilliant. You get to compare and contrast the lives of the people from different parts of the world, how every one of them chose to spend a day in their lives. It’s nice that even though the documentary was very light, it never failed to make me laugh, giggle, cuss, and even cry at some parts.
Every waking hour of our lives, we hope for something awesome, something spectacular to happen, and then after a long day at work or school, we go home, eat dinner, go to bed, realizing that nothing great really happened. But, upon watching the documentary, you’ll see how other people strived to get through one day, how other people wanted to live one more day.
All in all, the documentary was for me, inspiring. It inspired me to go on and live my life, to go on and hope for great-great things ahead, and to go on and not get tired of waking up every day.