Showing posts from April, 2011

It's a Happy Birthday!

Earlier today in the classroom as I was sitting and listening to some random music, a big surprise from my friends hit me. It was my birthday last Friday and I didn't get the chance to celebrate that day with them (it was Good Friday, considered as a holiday), so to my surprise they have prepared some presents. A sort of a witch doll and a lame Superman action figure from Spencer, a diskette and a message written in a scratch paper from Topher and a Popeye Cassette Tape with a Policeman toy from Romeo.

And yes, you may think it's just a bunch of trash (they do trip a lot, they/we do ridiculous and hilarious things most of the time) but it's life's treasure. As I was receiving those gifts, they kept on singing "Happy Birthday To You" and they actually don't want to stop. Intense! :-P

It was very funny and memorable birthday surprise that I will and I shall treasure forever. Awesome gifts, awesome day, awesome friends. Yeah, just Awesome!

Felicity on a Silent Mode

I do believe that happiness is an effective vitamin. Some of us seek for it, others already have it and for the majority it's part of the so called life. In everything that we do, we find happiness even without noticing and labeling it. No one can buy happiness, no one can steal it nor fake it, happiness is built-in and happiness is a choice.

A tribute to the one that made people happy even without uttering words and spilling punchlines or jokes. The one in a silent mode that made everyone laugh in a loud tone. None other than, Charlie Chaplin.

Charles Spencer "Charlie" Chaplin was born on April 16, 1889 in Walworth London, United Kingdom. He was an English comic actor, film director and composer best-known for his work during the silent-film era. Chaplin was one of the most creative and influential personalities of the silent film-era. In 1999, the American Film Institute ranked him the 10th Greatest Male Screen Legend of All Time.

In the late 1960's, Chaplin's r…

Tagaytay Fun

April 2, 2011

My friends and I decided to give Tagaytay a blast since that we were not able to see and be in touched with one another for so long due to works and different activities. So we left Manila at around 3:30pm and went straight to Tagaytay, we arrived there at around 4:45pm; the best part of the road trip was the flashbacks of what had happened before and updates about our lives now. We laughed and made fun of ourselves and we kept on reminiscing about the moments we had, very nostalgic.

Here's a photo of Taal Lake featuring some fogs, very beautiful and all you could say is wow (I love lomo shots so it happened that the photo is on a lomo state). By the way, Tagaytay is one place that I can recommend to everyone, you can enjoy the whole view and have at least a break from all the pollutions from Manila plus the weather is really good and cold (hehe) so don't forget to bring your sweaters or jackets.

The Yabhies (Emil and Hanna - boyfriend & girlfriend) tried the…