Monthly Archives: March 2011

Corregidor

I consider it a windfall when I visit a place and it exceeds my expectations. That happened last weekend when I visited Corregidor and I was totally enamored with the beauty of the place. I was told that Corregidor is … Continue reading

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The Adjustment Bureau

At the prodding of my good friend Kat who insisted that the movie will speak to me, I watched The Adjustment Bureau the other night. I don’t really enjoy watching movies of that genre, but I figured that anything that … Continue reading

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TRAGEDY AND A BAD CASE OF SURVIVOR’S GUILT

I have this weird feeling every time a tragedy strikes: I can’t bring myself to do anything that’s not related to that tragedy. When Ondoy happened, for example, I loathed the fact that work was not even suspended. I was … Continue reading

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YOSTIN BIVER AND THE THINGS THAT MADE MY DAY

Yostin Biver is trending on Twitter. Yup, you read it right. That’s Yostin Biver. I don’t know where it started but it totally cracked me up reading other tweets in reaction to it. While most are simply bewildered, others tweets … Continue reading

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To The Prettiest Girl In Grade 7 (Part 2)

It’s my good friend Rosa’s birthday today. I’m writing this not because she also blogged about me on my birthday but because Rosa is the kind of friend you want to affirm over and over and that still wouldn’t be … Continue reading

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I Wanna Be a Photographer So Freakin’ Bad

Contrary to popular belief that I pursued photography as a means to get closer to the boy I like (I can almost hear my friends accusing me of being defensive. Haha), my interest in this hobby actually started decades ago— … Continue reading

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