Monthly Archives: June 2011

Things To Do When I’m Thin

Notice that I didn’t say thinner. The reason is that I don’t just intend to be thinner. I intend to be thin. You know, like when people refer to me, they’d say, “Oh, the petite one?” Haha. Dream sequence starts … Continue reading

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Stranded

We were sent home earlier than usual last Thursday due to the storm. Since I was planning to go to the gym, Ella and I agreed that we’d meet up at around 5:30 pm so that I can ride with … Continue reading

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My Father’s Day

If someone asks me right now what my biggest blessing in life is, I will say that it’s the   chance to take care of my father several months before he died. Unfortunately, at that time, I didn’t see that as … Continue reading

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Showbiz

The past days, these celebrities were on my mind for totally unrelated reasons: Angelina Jolie is the new model of Louis Vuitton, and where else would she have this picture taken but in Siem Reap, Cambodia? The ad says “A … Continue reading

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Where To Go From Here

A month ago, I started a discernment process with my new spiritual director. I’ve undergone this process many times before, but this one is really crucial as it involves decisions that could alter the course of my life altogether. So … Continue reading

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Sick Leave

First, it was the tooth extraction. Then, I caught a virus from God knows where which made me weak and feverish and suffer from almost non-stop diarrhea for three days (and still counting). Now is actually the first day that … Continue reading

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Half Time 2011

And so it’s June. It’s time for me to once again look back on the first half of the year, see what I’ve done, examine if I’m on track with my goals, and plan the next six months. This year’s … Continue reading

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