Tuesday, July 1, 2008

Toxic Day

A very toxic day, not sure what made the day severely tiring, is it my irritation towards rude students or something I felt deep inside?

Sometimes I would go home to my boarding house very exhausted with no reason at all, just a very heavy feeling.

Thursday, February 7, 2008

Valentine's Day

It's seven days before Valentine's day. Just when I thought I will be having a new story for this Valentine's day, everything is still the same hahay!

I and some of my colleagues in the university (Helen Montero, Elvie Baring, Jerry Tuston and Grace Rosello) agreed to spend Valentine's at Jacksridge dining, what else.

Lord kelan ba ako magkakaroon ng different Valentine Story? I am so impatient na. haha!

Wednesday, January 30, 2008

Slighty Irritated

Grrrrrr!

Undergoing another upheaval. But I know this self-defeating thoughts would soon vanish, I will just try to look on the brighter side of life. Each day brings a new hope, a new beginning and all I have to do is always hope for the best.

My friend, Bechay Galindo, went to the office yesterday and we dined outside. I confided to her my anxieties over something and she laughed with it, we ended up laughing anyway. We just unloaded all our fears, worries and concerns then finished it off with a hearty meal and a little window shopping.

There's nothing permanent in this world, even frustrations and disappointments. Tomorrow will be another day and a different story.

Wednesday, January 9, 2008

Happy New Year!!

It's 2008! Happy New Year to all the readers of my blog.

I am hoping this year I can accomplish some of the things I desire ^___^ still thinking of going back to school to take up masteral but not sure if it is the best option to wind off my mind from this anxiety I am feeling now.

Anyway, I am looking forward for our relaxing retreat in Baguio City this April. It will be my first time to board a plane and it will happen on my birthday! Wheew...

I'll be visiting my sister too in Caloocan City.

So what my holiday looked like? I just stayed in the boarding house with three of my boardmates. I attended Christmas eve mass at the Cathedral and slightly pissed off with the long homily of Fr. Paul Cunanan. Hehehe!

I always love celebrating Christmas and New Year in Davao City because there are no blasting of firecrackers, very peaceful and quiet.