Showing posts from October, 2012


It is so hard to feel okay, to look okay and to tell yourself everything's fine and cool when it really is not. But I guess that's how life is, and that's how life goes... we can't run from it nor hide.
People tend to misinterpret stuff and jumble every single thing, but that's how interpretations could be. We can be strong and grateful after the storm, 'cause we realize that there's a reason for every mishaps in life. It sucks at first though, yet those things that we can't find the reasons for existence are later on define as checked and understood as we get by with the phase.

There's always goodness behind shizz. Those people who hurt you before will soon realize the stuff they did, well lucky you if they surely will but if not, then it's up to them. As long as you know you don't have anything to be guilty for, well, you can survive the day and the whole of life. We thank the Lord for giving us good people around who can cheer us up and c…

Walang Nagbago

Tell yourself, "I can do it!" get a grip, grasp for air and tell the world "so, what?!"

Life's hard, yes.. FUN? Indeed.

Walang Nagbago by Eraserheads
Forget the pride, ego and everything associated to that, keep the vibes positive and up. Let go of the hate and live the life. Life is awesome, we just need to look at the bright side.

Give chances and see what its like. We're not perfect, remember? Alright. :)


We were all happy and excited the last time we went to Laguna... We are back today and we feel totally ironic.

Life is too short, as they say. It's true, indeed. We all made our choices, still making ones and battling to whatever the universe is offering now.

Morrie Schwartz (Tuesdays with Morrie by Mitch Albom) said that "Death ends a life not a relationship."

My aunt passed away. She has gone through a lot of medications due to stroke and apparently her body has given up. She experienced the attack of it three (3) times at the very least, and I think it's time for her to join the Almighty God, rest and live anew in His Kingdom. Death ended her life but definitely not her relationship with us nor our relationship with her.

This is going to be a sad Christmas for my family. We aren't complete anymore and it would never feel the same again, but what we are thankful right now is that we have learned to value life more -- we have to live it everyday like it's ou…