Monthly Archives: September 2011

This Used to Be My Playground

I rarely go to Cubao these days, unlike several years ago when Gateway was just new and practically all of my meetings for my prayer community were held there. The past week though, I was there twice; first for the … Continue reading

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Excuses, Excuses

I’ve been in my new job for a week now, and if you think this blog is about how my first week went, well, you’re wrong. It’s not that there’s nothing to blog about regarding my new job. On the … Continue reading

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Girl Crush

In my three months as a gym buff (yes, I make such a claim!), I have yet to see a real cutie. Actually, I’ve been forewarned not to consider any one I meet at the gym because chances are he’s … Continue reading

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First Day High

I’ve moved on to a new job. That should have been in all caps except that my appointment papers took so long to be signed that by the time it became official, my excitement had waned a bit. Or so … Continue reading

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Mr. Impossibility

If there was ever any doubt in my mind if I qualify as a drama queen, that has been resolved last weekend. It was supposed to be a fun weekend during which I was supposed to catch up with friends … Continue reading

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Wanna Bet?

I’m not a betting person and I shun all forms of gambling, but every once in a while, I enter into these kinds of weird bets with very little at stake to make my life more interesting. A few years … Continue reading

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Confessions of a Chocoholic

The number one thing everyone knows about me is this: I LOVE CHOCOLATES. It’s the one thing in the world I will never ever give up, not even when I know that there’s a weigh-in coming up with my nutritionist … Continue reading

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