He asked me why. My answer was simple. I don't want to enter into something unsure, unstable, something beyond my control. I don't think I can stand being lied to, being taken for granted. I don't think I can handle another heartbreak. I don't want to be in a relationship where I spend every minute … Continue reading Why
Marriage. Big word, right? I'm not an expert on this for obvious reasons that I am not/never married. But let me tell you a bit about it, at least from what I've learned from other people. They say you only get married once, so you better make the best damn choice. Yes, it's a choice. … Continue reading When to not get married
Timing is a bitch, they say. We got the right love at the wrong time, they say. But I say, if it's the right one, there wouldn't be a "wrong time".
I often wonder what happened. Then it hit me. I got tired. Too damn tired I started to get numb. Nada.
Just after the Holy Week, my family went to Anguib, Sta. Ana to unwind. I hate crowded places, hence, the Monday after the long weekend is the best time to go. The last time I went to Anguib was 2 years ago. Back them, entrance fee was merely 100php/pax, no corkage fee and the cottages … Continue reading Ripped-off at Anguib Beach
Ever since I got a car, I never, for once, brought it to the casa or any service center. For almost a year, I had a driver who checked its maintenance. After he left, I relied on my part time driver, my boss’ driver or relatives for its maintenance. I just didn’t had the patience … Continue reading (Lame Version of) Adulting 101
“Why are you afraid?, they asked, I looked at you, tried to remember the old you, Then I looked at them with the most bittersweet smile.
Four years ago, our office went on a 4-day Northern Luzon tour. I knew I have pictures saved somewhere. But since I was nourishing a second heartbreak, I didn’t post any picture in facebook. Instead, I shared some of my realizations which in summary is about selflove. Posting this in my blog now as a … Continue reading Self-love
The best revenge is to not see them miserable. It is when they see us at our happiest without them. It is when it hit them that they have let go of the greatest thing that could have happened in their lifetime.
Sometimes, if we're lucky, we do get our second chance. But sometimes, it is for us to realize that we can't have a third chance, or that there should not have been a second chance in the first place.