Monday, November 28, 2011

White Flag


WARNING:  This post is high in sugar content.  
Not suitable for people with diabetes.
(I just had to let it out)

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There are moments in life when your instincts will tell you to do something.  Something that does not conform to what you're used to.  Something that is way beyond the principles of logic.  Something that screws up your immediate plans and may seem crazy to others.  

And when that time happens, you inhale deep and take every ounce of courage you have in you and do it.  Wholeheartedly.  Ignoring logic.  Defying the odds.  And just go for it.



Today, about six months after that historical jump, I am just glad happy ecstatic that I listened to my instincts and ignored everything else.  It was a risk and I was just as scared - good scared - to once again put my heart on the line.  Sure, it was never as perfect as everyone have hoped and prayed for.  God, that would be boring.  But amidst all that lil moments and complications, it's nice to know how we've both managed to always set our egos aside and make things work.


Now, I see no point in trying to hold myself back when letting go will be much, waayy much sweeter.  Especially now that I am made certain, that when I have given this all that I've got - my strength, my hopes and dreams, my loneliness, this smile and my will to pick myself up - you will be there to hold my hand and tell me that everything is just going to be fine.


I can take all the madness the world has to give - basta nanjan ka,




p.s. Olive Juice.

Wednesday, November 23, 2011

Deja Vu

A few weeks ago, over merienda, we were all just talking about how certain pains just simply won't go away.  That no matter how much time, distance and apologies given, there are still some memories that tend to give you that pinch whenever you are being reminded of.




And then I read this, over somebody else's blog.  Somehow, this sums up what we've all been wanting to say.


"And then I felt sad because I realised that once people are broken in certain
ways, they can't ever be fixed and this is something nobody ever tells you when you are young and it never fails to surprise you as you grow older, as you see the people in your life break one by one. You wonder when your turn is going to be, or if it's already happened."

- Douglas Coupland



Gasp,


Tuesday, November 15, 2011

Age Old



This is my all time favorite romantic song.




And after ten years (yes, it's been that long already), kinikilig pa rin ako pag naririnig ko to.




Romance is not DEAD,



Saturday, November 05, 2011

SoS


I am in dire need of a new song, para maka-move on na ako kay Rihanna!!!

oh, Hello November!!!




Somebody save me,