Showing posts from April, 2007

Inspired or Expired?!

Haha, I'm laughing at myself right now because I just published that post entitled "I'm Freezing" and then I remembered that my online diary really needs to know this! Ooohh, I'm so excited!

Okay, here goes...

Wahaha! I feel stupid. I'm more than 20 years old and now I feel as if I went back to high school years because of this cranky feeling when you see someone that you enjoy looking at, even if he doesn't look back at you nor see you. I think it's commonly termed a "crush". Anyway, since I'm now appropriately labeled as "single", I can have a crush on anyone I like right now, ayt? Hehehe!

Okay, I won't mention his name or even describe him in detail or even in general terms because we can't really tell, there may come a time when he might track this blog down (either I tell him or he gets the info from someone else, I don't know, I'll just be careful because this may really be embarrassing!). What I can say wit…

I'm Freezing!

I was born and raised in a tropical country and now, it's summer here. Outside, it's kinda scorching hot, perfect weather for a vacation in some of the best beaches in town. Unfortunately (or fortunately), I'm working today and I'm actually having my butt frozen here inside my office because the darn airconditioning system is set to really really very cool. Grrrhhh!

What annoys me most is that I cannot adjust the setting in any way because it's centralized and it kinda makes me feel whoozy and sleepy and freakishly slothful. Hmm, bad day, huh?

Anyway, I managed to bring a cute little blanket the other day and a jacket also which I'm wearing right now while I'm typing away on my keyboard. It helped alleviate the cold a little, but I can still feel it in my bones. It's a little annoying actually because when I'm outside I always wished hard for a cool breeze that will ward of the heat of the sun, and when I'm actually somewhere cold, then I wish it…

Amazing Cakes

If someone gave you a cake that somewhat looks like these, will eat it? :)

It's a Nice Day Today

Hello to every one who gets lost wandering around blogger and gets to view my blog! Haha! I hope you do enjoy reading some of my entries here. I got the hang of blogging just recently and I've used this to air out some pent up emotions and thoughts and one reason is because I can somehow manage to be a little anonymous by blogging...

Well, let me update you on some things. So far, I've been a little busy updating myself on some friends that I haven't seen and been with in ages. Some have interesting stories of their own also, and it's a little amusing how I thought I was in a very bad situation. Goodness me! I still felt God had shielded me from nuances because I'm still whole, alive and kicking!

Aside from a daily update with my friends, well, I try to be busy at work. But somehow I'm now getting a little bored. I don't understand myself either, so I just write it down... Hehe!I love how it feels to be important again and be told how they value my worth

To t…

Why Men Cheat

Of course, we all know that while men and women are both capable of cheating, it's often the guys who have the biggest problem keeping their belts firmly buckled. And we all know that no matter who it's with, why it's done, or where the after-hours canoodling takes place, cheating is-most of the time-the ultimate relationship death sentence. But instead of dwelling on what happens after the cheating takes place, one of the ways to perhaps prevent infidelity is by knowing a little bit about why men stray. I'm not offering them as excuses, merely explanations as to what happens in that brain (and other body parts) of his-in hopes that you might be able to prevent it. Here, the top reasons why men cheat:

* To Fulfill His Biology: You know the old anthropological tale. A man's main job, besides killing the saber-tooth, is to spread his seed in order to ensure the survival of his genetic legacy. It's a man's biology to want to wander. Does that mean he should…

Who Handles Break-Ups Better?

Some relationships end with fighting. Some end with crying. Some end with sex. Some end with verbal insults (or dishes) being thrown at sound-barrier-breaking speeds. Whatever the case, break-ups can be uglier than some Dancing with the Stars performances. Let's face it: some relationships aren't meant to be, so a break-up averts a bigger disaster. So when the Love Boat hits the iceberg, who handles it better? My answer: Women. Several studies show that men experience more depression, distress, and anxiety after break-ups than women do. Men might like to come across as being tougher than overcooked steak after a breakup, but the truth is that they're actually more the consistency of jelly. Believe me-I see the letters of hundreds of men desperate for advice on how to win their ex back. Here's why some men come undone during a breakup:

Men Mask Their Pain

When a guy is dumped, his first reaction is: I'll show her. How he sometimes does it: With a couple pitchers and a…

Life Anew....

I'm now ready to start anew. Not because I have erased something or someone from my life, but it just so happened that there was a change in category. I just transfered him from one spot in my heart to another.

We had lunch together, because we both wanted to see if we're ok. We both wanted to reassure ourselves that we can both continue with our lives, but in a newfound respect and a new kind of love for each other, as friends. I'm really very happy because we both wanted that we remain friends, I'm very happy because we met halfway.

We cleared out some things also, amid teasings and laughter, and in the end, all is good. The slates were clean, the new relationship spotless. He thanked me, I thanked him. We shared a big chunk of our lives together, and that can't be easily forgotten. All is well, and will be better - in due time.

I'm happy also because I can see that he's happy right now. We don't have regrets, I didn't regret anything that happen…

SMILE (a poem)

Smile, even if your tears are falling
Even in the midst of trials and adversities

Smile, even if your heart is breaking
Even in the midst of the pain of loss and grief

Smile, even if you’re feeling lonely
Even if one is lost, more will be found

Smile, there are people
Waiting for you to just talk
To say how you feel
Waiting for you to cry on their shoulders
And just let out the tears.

Smile, there are people
Waiting for you to tell them
That you need them
That you miss them
That you’re broken

Smile, there are people
Who, even if they stay away
Will always be near you
Always watching even if not seen
Always listening, hearing, but not talking

Smile, there will always be more
Tears, Laughter
Feelings, thoughts
People, experiences
Friends, foes

Smile, even if your tears are falling
Even if one is lost
There will be a time
The lost will be found
The covered uncovered
The left come back to

Smile, even if your heart is breaking
Broken pieces will be replaced
Wounds will be hea…

Rejoice in the Lord: He makes NO Mistake

It's good to be back after almost more than two weeks of absence. I highly appreciate the people who continue to visit my blog and take a look around. Thank you.

The past weeks have been a very nasty storm for me, physically and emotionally. For one, I had chicken pox and on top of that, something happened that has changed my life - really a very nasty storm to be in.

To protect the privacy of the matter and the identity of the other person involved, I will not be citing specifics here, just to air out my emotions as usual. This blog will be one of my outlets from here on (aside from work and my family and friends).

As I have posted before, Love is a choice. And as the title of this post says, The Lord makes no mistake. We do make some, or even plenty, but He doesn't. I made the wrong decisions, said the wrong words, did the wrong actions. And yet, in the midst of it all, I get comforted by this line from a song - Rejoice in the Lord, He makes no mistake. I am not putting the bla…