Tuesday, February 22, 2011

After a Hurricane Comes a Rainbow

I've received an e-mail from a relative abroad telling me about her problems with her love. After reading her e-mail I told myself this famous line: "Been there, done that!" It was so ironic that I was once in her shoes. Having the feeling like your not alive anymore, because the better half of your life is no longer a part of it. It was like the world stopped spinning and you don't know how to make it go again. I told her my story, what happened, how I faced the problem and what my significant other did in return. Just when I thought our love story ended, it instead bloomed into something that every girl dreams. Everything changed for the better! I never thought at that down moment of my life things will return to how it used to be. I am hoping that my story inspired her and made her realize that it's not the end of the world...yet. Every one of us face different problems every-freaking-day but we must not forget that everything happens for a reason. A problem may be solved but for sure the next day will come with another problem. What's important is we shouldn't forget to pray and keep in mind that these problems mold us into becoming a better and mature person.

Monday, January 3, 2011

Highlights of 2010

Here's a glimpse of the past year 2010:


My Inay Erlie's 70th Birthday Celebration
 Tagaytay Swimming
Holy Week in Mindoro
Trip to Baguio
2010 National Elections
Island Hopping in Caramoan
La Mesa Ecopark Visit
Boracay Getaway
7th Anniversary
BCS Alumni Homecoming
 All Saint's Day
 Quest Crew Show
Sencor Christmas Party

Wednesday, October 13, 2010

Hail to Batch '03

It's good to look back to where you came from. I spent the weekend with my former high school classmates to celebrate our Alma Mater's 45th foundation anniversary. I was the last minute muse for our batch. I enjoyed the motorcade at the top of our owner but ended up with sunburn. The night party was awesome and the rain didn't stopped us from partying. We danced in the middle of the rain and savored the moment of our batch being together again. Though we missed our batchmates who weren't able to attend the homecoming, we had a blast drinking, laughing, saying stories about what happened after we graduated and taking pictures.

Tuesday, October 12, 2010

Seven Years to Cherish

Last September 19, my boyfriend and I celebrated our 7th year of being together as a couple. It wasn't always that easy for the both of us, we've had our fair share of rough times but the good thing is, at the end of the day, love still prevails. We spent the day together and made it memorable by doing things for the first time like watching Inception in Imax and watching UAAP game live together. Before we ended the day, I received a letter that made me almost cry, it was short but what I needed to know was there. Here are the photos of our special day: