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Wednesday, June 30, 2004


The past week has been the most harassing week, ever. I hope it never repeats itself, kungdi maloloka na talaga ako.

It also seems like the weather has been very much in tune with my emotions-- just plain gloomy.

I'm just soooo depressed right now. Which is also why I'm not blogging so much.

Self confidence going down the drain.

Flatmate commented on how great I looked today. My reply was, "Just because you feel like shit, doesn't mean you have to look like one, right?"

Hope things look better in the days to come.

Bunny @ Wednesday, June 30, 2004

Wednesday, June 23, 2004


Sorry guys, I didn't have a cam last weekend so I won't be posting any pictures. Pero shucks, i super regret not having a camera with me coz the place was a cam whore waiting to happen.

To Nasugbu

Met G and J at the bus terminal in Pasay after lunch. We left for Nasugbu, Batangas at around 230pm. Was informed that 6 other mountaineers will follow.

By the time we reached Silang, Cavite, I desperately needed to pee. By the time we got to Tagaytay, one of my worst fears when traveling via public transpo began to unfold.

It was the longest and most unpleasant bus ride of my life. Basta, Imodium became my bestfriend. Hahahaha! I think it was a blessing in disguise that the conductor dropped us off infront of a Baranggay Health Center (the wrong jump-off point) so I was able to relieve myself there. We then took another jeepney to Brgy. Bayabasan (the correct jump-off point).

Some mountains require mountaineers to register and pay a small fee (20 pesos for Talamitam) before proceeding with the climb. We registered with Kuya Nicky (who will inspire me to enjoy my life and to go for what I want, later on). The 3 of us wanted to keep on trekking but our tent's fly sheet (layman's terms: the roof of the tent) was with one of the mountaineers who was following. And because it was drizzling, we decided to just hang out at Kuya Nicky's place because pitching a tent without a roof in the rain, would just be plain stupid.


Kuya Nicky sat down with us during dinner and I had one of the most interesting conversations of my life (I think G and J will agree with me). Here's a guy who's lived his life to the fullest. Here's a guy who can tell me, "I've been there and done that". He used to be a hunter, now he's a conservationist. He used to be an activist during Marcos' time and was given a choice to either leave the country or be put to jail. He left for Hawaii, and it was there that he became a journalist. When he went back to Manila, he became a writer for the Manila Times. In 1999, he became part of the Marlboro Adventure Team and competed with other countries in Moab, Utah. He was also Recreation Manager of Amanpulo for 2-3 years (i died with envy). Today, he's an artist who carves wooden furniture for a living. He lives in a kubo-like house with his pretty wife, Ate Tess and their cute, hyperactive kids, Jessie and Nicole. Kuya Nicky doesn't have to tell you how happy and content he is with his life because it's written all over the wrinkles on his face, in the baldness of his head, the smile of on the lips of his wife and his children and even the perkiness of his dog, Hoodie.

I love Gin!

After dinner (tocino, rice and spicy pancit canton), the other members of the group still hasn't arrived. In our boredom, we decided to start drinking. 1 gin bilog and 1 kwatro kantos later (orange juice as chaser), the others finally arrived. Surprising fact: G and J were drunk, I wasn't. How that was even possible is still a complete mystery to me. We pitched our tent in an empty lot infront of Kuya Nicky's house and helped G and J get some sleep. Our companions wanted to push through with the climb and they didn't want to camp infront of Kuya Nicky's house because there were a lot of mosquitos. So they proceeded with the climb and we agreed to just meet them at their campsite the next morning before the assault to the summit.

Had a hard time getting some eye shut because of a very talkative and kulit, J. Slept at 2am and woke up at 530am to the sound of pigs being fed at a nearby house.

After breakfast,we left Kuya Nicky's to meet with the other mountaineers. Hoodie, kuya Nicky's wonderful dog (he was named after Houdini because when he was a pup, he would always manage to escape from his leash, no matter what they did) came with us during the trek and this dog knows where he's going. We actually got lost for about 20 minutes (coz J refused to follow Hoodie, hehe!). A couple of footbridges, a rocky river and a whole lot of land later, We found our companions camped under this peaceful duhat tree.

We weren't even halfway to the summit and my water bottle was almost empty plus I was already completely exhausted. I'm thinking that it was because I was dehydrated the day before. But the trail to the Mt. Talamitam is so beautiful that instead of being discouraged, the scenery pushed me to just lift my legs and keep on walking. I got scared of the cows that were grazing by the fields coz some of them had horns and I was wearing a red top.

Now, there are 2 things I regret not bringing with me during this trip: a camera and a long sleeved shirt. I hate Cogon grass! Thanks to them, I now have slash-like gashes on my arms and they're itchyyyy! They were everywhere and I had no choice but to hang on to them for dear life! The vertical assault to the summit was ha-ha-haaaarrddd. I had to stop and rest a million times before I was able to reach the breathtaking peak.

I think that the thing I love most about mountain climbing is that it pushes you to the limit. Even if you want to quit, you just can't. Coz if you do, where would that leave you? In the middle of a mountain surrounded by nothing but land? So you're forced to just keep on moving and I think that does a lot for me, especially at this point in my life where more often than not, I just want to give up.

Hhmm....enough of the emotional crap.

When we got to the summit, G said that I looked like her. So everyone started agreeing and singing "Bulaklak" and kenkoy me started dancing to it. Wahahahaha!

On our way down, my legs were already shaking from exhaustion and for the first time, I fell flat on my butt! But it's all good.

From the Batangas highway, 3 of us girls took a jeep to Tagaytay. As soon as we got to Tagaytay, we started walking around to look for a bus bound for Manila. I was approaching a group of vendors when one of them loudly said, "Alokin niyo, alokin niyo! Viva Hot Babe yan, Viva Hot Babe!"

Funny funny!!!

Bunny @ Wednesday, June 23, 2004

Monday, June 21, 2004


I woke up this morning planning on blogging about my experience in Mt. Talamitam.

But while I was having my morning coffee, my 23-year-old sister gets up from the bed, sits beside me, lights a cigarette and says,

"Ate Buns, I need to tell you something. But you have to support me ha? [sister's bf's name] and I are getting married this week or the next. Civil lang."

Choke on morning coffee.

Let's rewind.

Sister and SB (Sister's Bf) have been together for about 6 months. They work for the same company (a call center) and pretty much have the same working schedule. So when I and our 2 other flatmates are at work during the day, she and SB will be in the condo.

SB practically lives with us. He goes home lang to get clothes or food or something. The rest of the time, he's in our condo. He sleeps there na din. We really don't mind coz he's a nice guy and all of us get along with him.

A couple of months ago, sister told me that SB will just move in with us since he practically lives with us, anyway. So we started looking for a 2-bedroom unit na. About 2 weeks ago, sister informs me that she and SB will live together, on their own na lang. I'd be lying if I said that the idea of my sister living-in with her bf didn't seem appauling. All I managed to tell her was, "you better ask Mama's permission first". But at the end of the day, I'll have to support her decisions. That's what sisters do.

So the plan was to find another place to move into because without my sister to chip in for rent, association dues and utilities, there was no way the 3 of us girls would be able to afford living in the condo.

And we need to find a place this month but my bestfriend isn't so keen about staying in Pasig because she works in Makati and I can't decide too coz I still haven't found a new job. I mean, what if we move to Makati and my new office is in Pasig? Gets?

And then my sister drops this civil effin wedding bomb. Thing is, I know my sister. She is hard-headed and she will do whatever she wants. God knows how many times we've fought because she refuses to listen.

Me: Why are you getting married? if you want to get married, do it in church na lang! bakit pa magpapa-civil?

Sis: Eh we want to live together na and Mama said that SB and I can't live together until we're married kasi pangit daw tingnan. Si Mama nga nag-suggest na magpa-civil na lang kami eh! Ate Buns, ikaw witness ha?

Me: (to self: Ok lang si Mama?!?!) What?!?! What did SB's parents say?

Sis: Ok lang sa parents niya as long as pumayag si Mama. Eh si Mama na nga nag-suggest na magpa-civil kami eh!

Me:I hope you realize how life-altering this decision you're making is. And I think it's so babaw na you're doing this just so you can live together.

Sis:Eh I love SB naman talaga eh.

Me:Hay naku, it's your life.

So now, I am not only looking for a new job, I am also looking for a new place. And I have to deal with this civil wedding thing. And will most probably talk to my mom as to why, oh gawd, why in the world she suggested that my sister be wed to her boyfriend of 6 months.

Apart from that, I have a million things to pay for and my finances are sucked out dry. Plus my very kikay 17-year-old sister needs a dress for her friend's debut this weekend because she's part of the 18 candles and the gorgeous pink number I sent her from the store doesn't fit, so I need to find her another one.

Add to that the numerous reports I have to submit to my boss by tomorrow. To top it all off, I am limping in pain because of the climb, the mosquito bites I acquired this weekend are still itchy and I'm coming down with the flu.

I wish there was a way to just sleep off your problems, wake up many days later and find out that they've been resolved.

Inhale. Exhale.

A very wise man once sang, "Don't worry, about a thing, coz every little thing is gonna be alright!"

I hope you're right, Bob.

Inhale. Exhale.

Bunny @ Monday, June 21, 2004

Saturday, June 19, 2004


Saw the line-up of musicians and bands at Fete de la Musique tonight at her blog. And I'm having second thoughts of going to the climb today (I have to be at the bus terminal in Pasay in 2 hours!). So many nice bands are playing!!!!

I'm soooo dying to watch Cynthia Alexander, The Brass Munkeys, Pinkpikan, Tropical Depression, Brownbeat All Stars, Hemp Republic (i love their lead singer, i think she's gorgeous. I'm not butch!), Reggae Mistress, Jeepney Joy Ride and I'm pretty sure the other bands I'm not familiar with are also good. dammit dammit! waaaaahhhh!!!

think, think, think.

Bunny @ Saturday, June 19, 2004

Thursday, June 17, 2004


When I was growing up, I disliked going to the grocery with my mom. I have 2 reasons:

1. My pa-cute and pa-awa face no longer worked when I would ask her to buy something for me. When I was in college, her reasons were, "Hay naku, Banini (yes, she calls me this), graduate na so that when you start working, you can earn money to buy everything you want.". Years later, I will find out that this. Is. So. Not. True.
And when I started working, it became, "You should buy with your own money na. Sumesweldo ka na eh!"

Grrrrr. I just couldn't win.

2. When she was still here in Manila, she would make me drive her around all the time (fyi: my mom knows how to drive). I loathed it so much that there were countless of times where I seriously considered throwing my driver's license out of the window just so I have an excuse to not drive for her. To make things worse, she's a backseat driver. She'd constantly complain about my driving and I remember one time when I got so pissed that I said, "eh di ikaw na lang mag-drive". My mom and I have a love-hate relationship. But that's another story.

Anyhoo, it would happen a lot of times that we would be on our way home and she'd go, "Bunny, can we pass by the supermarket first? I forgot that I need to buy laundry soap (or something else)?"

I'd grumble but unwillingly oblige.

And since she's only going to buy laundry soap, I'd wait in the car.

Half an hour would pass and she still won't be there, so I'd go inside the grocery and when I do find her, she would have a whole cart full of different items. And it would take us another hour before we would really be on our way home. Laundry soap lang daw, ha.

Why I am telling you this story?

One of the favorite past times that I have acquired in the past 2 years (the number of years Mama has been away), is going to the grocery and just looking around for new products and trying them out, if they successfully grab my interest. I'm serious, when I'm alone in a mall and bored, you can only find me in 2 places: the bookstore or the supermarket. I'd go to the supermarket with a basket and just check everything out. 99% of the time, I'd end up buying something.

I had to drop by Megamall yesterday to have something exchanged and since I felt like it was still too early to go home, I decided to stop by the supermarket to kill time.

And time did get killed. When I got in line to pay, I checked my watch. I was inside the grocery for an hour and a half and what did I have in my basket?

1. Dishwashing paste
2. Conditioner
3. a pack of Garbage Bags
4. a bottle of ketchup
5. promo pack of soup (1 crab and corn, 1 pork and mushroom and chicken sopas) for 66 bucks!
6. a box of tissues

It took me an hour and a half to buy 6 mind-boggling (wahahaha!) grocery items. And that's when it hit me, Goodness, I'm worse than my mother. I will annoy the daylights out of my children. Hehehe!

Yun lang.

Bunny @ Thursday, June 17, 2004

If the weather is good on Friday, I'll be here this weekend. Excited na ako!!!

Bunny @ Thursday, June 17, 2004

Wednesday, June 16, 2004


This website will come in very handy in the coming week...or maybe the next (thanks to Jovan for the tip). I can't stand the environment in the office anymore. Everything is falling apart right before my very eyes and it's sooo disheartening and absolutely unmotivating. So unmotivating, that the first thing I think of when I wake up everyday is handing in my resignation letter. But I can't do that naman coz I still haven't found a new job.

Gawd, I really miss the store. I loved that store. I had such a passion for it.

I've been job-hunting for a month now and it's sooo frustrating. I've had offers but had to turn them down for logical reasons. I had an interview with a really, really good company last Monday and it's the job that I really, really want. But I'm so sure a million other people are vying for the position. I'm crossing my fingers that they all suck. Hahaha! Ang sama koooo!

Saw the latest installment of Harry Potter last weekend and was extremely disappointed. The Prisoner of Azkaban is my favorite Harry Potter book and I was looking forward to watching this movie ever since the 1st movie came out.

So many important details were missing. Like, the film neglected to mention that Harry's dad was an animagus and that his dad and his friends were the ones who created the Marauder's Map, which may I just say, was beautifully executed. The story of Mooney, Padfoot, Prongs and Wormtail was my favorite in Book 3 and the film just didn't show that. I also hoped that they would show more of Hogsmeade.

On the bright side, the dementors were scary, Gary Oldman was great, I enjoyed Buckbeak and I loved the whomping willow! And did I mention that I love Gary Oldman?!?!? hehehehe!

Harry Potter in 15 minutes. Ahehehehehe!

Uyyyy, parang Y Tu Mama Tambien! Threesome! Hahaha!

Bunny @ Wednesday, June 16, 2004

Friday, June 11, 2004


I caught Sting and his wonderful wife, Trudie on Oprah a couple of nights ago. I got super kilig when Sting said this about his wife:

"We've known each other for a quarter of a century. I'm still deeply in love with her and deeply in lust with her at the same time. It's a continuing adventure, I learn more and more about her every day and there's so much to learn. I'll never quite get to the bottom of this woman, which intrigues me. My goal is to die with this woman loving me."

Aaaaaahhhh, kinikilig na naman akooo!!!

What can I say, for a guy who's 52, Gordon Summer is looking hotter than ever.

I love Sting (helloooo, who doesn't?). I love the way he writes the lyrics to his songs because they, well--they sting. His voice is soooo distinct that I don't think anyone in this lifetime (or hell, maybe even the next) can ever sound exactly like him. I love his passion for what he does. Basta, every song that he writes and sings is a sure fire hit in my book.

Speaking of books, I want to buy his book. It talks about his mom's affair and his infidelity. I'm seriously going to search far and wide for this book. I'm hoping they have it in Powerbooks.

Here's a really beautiful excerpt:

"Even at this very early moment of our relationship, it is clear that there is something going on, some chemistry, some understanding, some recognition, a rapport and a tension between the amphetamine pulse of his kick drum and the shifting, rolling ground of the bass. It is like two dancers finding a sudden and unexpected harmony in the glide of their steps, or the sexual rhythm of natural lovers, or the synchronized strokes of a rowing team in the flow of a fast river. Such rapport is not common, and I realize very quickly that this guy is the most exciting drummer I’ve ever worked with, almost too exciting. I also realize that tempos will be abandoned as easily as loose baggage on that runaway train, and whatever music I shall manage to make with this whirlwind, it will not be gentle or easy, it will be a wild ride to hell and back."-- Sting on Stewart Copeland

I also loved how he wrote that as a kid, his mother has already been the mistress of his imagination. Huwaaaawww! How wonderful is that?

Another thing that grabbed my curiousity during the show was Tantric Sex (Sting and his wife practice it). The couple talked about how they can make love for 5 to 8 hours. I'm like, how in the world is that even possible!?!? I wanna learn, i wanna learn! Hahahaha! I'll be reading on that as well.

I want a love like yours..



Though I've tried before to tell her
Of the feelings I have for her in my heart
Every time that I come near her
I just lose my nerve
As I've done from the start

Every little thing she does is magic
Everything she do just turns me on
Even though my life before was tragic
Now I know my love for her goes on

Do I have to tell the story
Of a thousand rainy days since we first met
It's a big enough umbrella
But it's always me that ends up getting wet

Every little thing she does is magic
Everything she do just turns me on
Even though my life before was tragic
Now I know my love for her goes on

I resolve to call her up a thousand times a day
And ask her if she'll marry me in some old fashioned way
But my silent fears have gripped me
Long before I reach the phone
Long before my tongue has tripped me
Must I always be alone?

Every little thing she does is magic
Everything she do just turns me on
Even though my life before was tragic
Now I know my love for her goes on

Every little thing she does is magic
Everything she do just turns me on
Even though my life before was tragic
Now I know my love for her goes on

Every little thing
Every little thing

Bunny @ Friday, June 11, 2004

Thursday, June 10, 2004


So embarassing that I'm actually having second thoughts of posting this as I type. But here goes... *breathes deeply*

I was in an interview yesterday with the Business Development Manager of a company that develops mobile applications for telecommunication companies here and abroad. The guy seemed young, probably in his late 20s, so I thought that was cool.

He was going through my resume...

Guy: So you were a flight attendant before for [airline name]?

Me: Yes. But I was there only for a couple of months.

Guy: Why did you leave? Isn't that a fun job?

Me: Depends on how you see it. The training was really challenging. In fact, it's probably one of the most difficult things I've ever gone through. But after being on the job for a couple of weeks, I realized that being a flight attendant isn't for me. I didn't get to apply the things I learned in college and it didn't make me think. I found the job to be boring and monogamous....

Guy: *smirk*

Me: Oh no, i meant monotonous. I'm so sorry, I meant monotonous. This is so embarassing.

Guy: No, that's okay.

Pakshet, I really don't know what came over me. Guy said he'll endorse my resume to the Operations Manager and I should expect a call from them next week, as soon as they get back from Singapore.

But if they never call me back, I soooo understand. Kakahiya talaga.

Bunny @ Thursday, June 10, 2004

Tuesday, June 08, 2004


Our designer has 2 sons. The eldest, Matthew, is my favorite because he's chubby and super duper cute. Yesterday, our designer told me this story that sent me giggling and loving cute and adorable Matthew even more.

She gives Matthew a gigil hug and says, "You're like a pillow!". Matthew looks up at her and says, "Mom, I'm not a pillow. I'm a pig!"


Bunny @ Tuesday, June 08, 2004


Justice and Morality: You believe in doing what is
right for others and maybe even for yourself.
People would consider you one with good morals,
and someone who would not let them down.

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Bunny @ Tuesday, June 08, 2004


I'm a peace-loving person. I don't like having enemies and I try very hard not to make ones. And trust me, I really don't have enemies. So I texted my friend's boyfriend today and told him that I'm letting go of every iota of anger and hurt that I feel for him. And that I'm ok na.

He didn't reply.

I am just hoping he does the same. If he doesn't, that's fine, I'll pray for him na lang. The most essential thing is that I did what was right.

And that I now feel relieved and at peace.
Listening to the reggae version of Melt With You and I'm bopping my head and swaying to the beat. I should go to Xaymaca soon.

Bunny @ Tuesday, June 08, 2004

Monday, June 07, 2004


Last Saturday night, I got into a fight/argument with a good friend's boyfriend. I won't go into details but a lot of people--actually, everyone who was there stood by me and believed I had done nothing wrong. I was also mad at my friend because she allowed her moronic boyfriend to talk to me that way but my friendship with this girl runs soooo deep that it's completely impossible to stay mad at her for more than 15 minutes.

Still, it doesn't mean that I'm willing to forgive the maggot-looking imbecile just because I love his girlfriend to bits. Had a long talk with my friend earlier and a part of the conversation went like this:

me: basta sorry na lang pero ayaw ko talaga kay [insert loser's name here]. And i don't know if that will change.
friend: sorry na. sorry na for him.
me: and I'm sorry for him too.

Bunny @ Monday, June 07, 2004

Sunday, June 06, 2004


*Like always, please click on the images to get a larger view

Despite the really horrible weather, i went climbing again this weekend. I've discovered that mountain climbing makes me forget things that bother me and it diverts my attention to the (as cliche as this may sound), the beauty of nature. Besides, the city has already become too intoxicating for me. And I felt really icky last week because I ate too much. I desperately needed to burn some much needed fat. Needed to do something healthy. Hehe!

Meeting place was at 2pm, in Chowking Baclaran. Got there at 3. Waited and waited for a couple of girls to arrive. Guess what time we left Manila? 530pm! Add to that the traffic in Coastal Road and Cavite...well, Night Trek here we come! Got to the magnetic field at around 9pm. Because it was raining really hard, we decided to just camp at the Base 1 of Pico de Loro. Going through with the climb at that time of the night and in that type of weather was well....just pushing it.

The campsite

The rain never stopped. After lunch the next day, we got ready for our climb to Pico De Loro.

I had to take this picture of Stanley in his raincoat. He was innocently sitting on the ground when this was taken. Of course, we had to have our picture taken with him as well. Haha!

I bumped into someone eating some grass during the trek. Kung may seabiscuit, meron akong mountainbiscuit! Hehe!

Yes, a river!!! Aside from the fact that its beautiful, its also a great place for washing dirty hands and mud-laden shoes.

Lookie, grass as tall as me!!!

I particularly loved this part of the trek. The landscape made me feel like I was in Lord of the Rings. I'm sorry, but this picture doesn't give it justice.

The trek going up took us 2 and a half excruciating hours. I really wanted to give up during the latter part of the climb. The trail was jagged, rocky and thanks to the strong rain, absolutely muddy. We weren't able to go to the summit because the weather didn't permit us to. However,we did stay in a nice piece of land a few short minutes away from the peak of Pico De Loro.

The coldest I've ever, ever felt.

So blow me. The air was uber cold and windy that the air was filling up every available crevice in my body. After seeing this picture, i promised myself that I will never get THAT fat. Hehe!

With my girlfriends and people from Mesau

That's about it!

By the way, I have a creepy story.

On our way to the campsite Saturday night, I saw something/someone. I was walking on a trail which fit 1 person only. My friend was walking a few meters away from me and I just suddenly turned to my right and saw something white. I stared at it for a couple of seconds, got goose bumps, continued walking and told no one about it. I was thinking that it might just be something like a piece of cloth hanging off a tree, or maybe some plant but it was completely pitch black and the only thing I could see was the ground below me and the people I was with.

After dinner, everyone was talking and someone mentioned seeing a white lady. So i told everyone that I didn't see a lady, just something white. A couple of them asked me where I saw it/her and they saw her too, but someone saw her walking/floating fast!

Hmmm...okay, now I'm creeped out na while writing this. Yun lang! Have a good week everyone!

Bunny @ Sunday, June 06, 2004

Saturday, June 05, 2004


Jaboom Twins

Ano ang gagawin para lang mapansin
Dahil sa iba ka pa rin nakatingin
Kaya laging nagtatanong sa harap ng salamin
(Ok naman ah...bakit kaya?)
Ang kailangan pala palitan shampoo ko
Kaya nang nag-rejoice tignan mo na buhok ko
Parang nagsasabing pansinin mo ako
(Oh napatingin ka rin...ang pretty ko na noh?)

Sumusunod sa galaw mo sumusunod sa galaw mo
Pag wala ka ikaw ang hinahanap ko
(Sumusunod sa galaw mo)
Sumusunod sa galaw mo sumusunod sa galaw mo
Pag wala ako ako ang nasa isip mo

At indak at galaw agad mong natanaw
Ni-rejoice kong buhok sa parang sumasayaw
Dati'y deadma mo ko ngayon humahabol ka
(Kinikilig ako...shampoo lang pala eh!)

Admit it, some of you guys are happy to see the lyrics of this song, haha! I have been singing this song for the past 2 days. Kasi naman, everytime their commercial or music video pops up, I let go of the remote and watch. And magpapakatotoo ako, I like the song ha! Hehehe! It's catchy. I never liked the Jaboom Twins but this project with Rejoice Shampoo is redeeming their image and hopefully, it will get them better projects in showbiz.

I like your song but I still won't use rejoice

Bunny @ Saturday, June 05, 2004

Wednesday, June 02, 2004

Rhoda writes so well, she makes me feel insecure.

Bunny @ Wednesday, June 02, 2004

Tuesday, June 01, 2004


Wasted 101 bucks last night watching this movie.

A few comments:

* Maganda talaga si Kristine Hermosa.
* Cute mga polo ni Aga.
* Okay na sana yung story, kaya lang nilagyan ng "Cinderella" and her missing shoe effect.
* The movie is a cross between Love Affair and A Walk to Remember.
* The movie was trying so hard to be funny. Example: Aga who plays Sam, owns a yacht. Guess what the name of the yacht is? hanSAM.
* Why was there a scene during the cruise where Aga and Kristine were having a photo session with the crew of Star Cruises? Clearly, it had nothing to do with the story.
[spoiler]*highlight if you want to read*

It seemed like the Director didn't know what to do with the story or how to end it. Aga has a heart problem in the film and he's had so many attacks that you're just waiting for him to die. He eventually does and I was like, "Finally!"

On the good side, the film did grab my curiousity as to how these actually taste like:

1.pandesal with ketchup, dipped in orange juice
2.rice smothered with sugar and condensed milk

Speaking of movies, Cinemanila is happening again on June 24 to July 5. Exciting!!!

about moi

Loves the beach, wishes she had more time and money to travel, recently got hooked to climbing mountains, reads anything she can get her hands on, frustrated writer, adores her 3-year-old Lhasa Apso, Tashi, constantly needs caffeine, wonders when she'll quit smoking, and will most likely die due to liver complications from drinking too much (if the cigarettes doesn't get to her lungs first). Can't live without accessories especially big, dangling earrings, shoe freak (aren't we all?), sucker for discovering hole-in-the-wall restaurants, will ingest anything spicy, enjoys giving and receiving massages, addicted to Friends, Sex and the City and CSI, goes gaga over kids, dreams of being alone with Jim Morrison and smoking a joint with Bob Marley. Would love to party with Gwen Stefani, shop with Patricia Field, write poetry with Maya Angelou and have Sting, Nelson Mandela, Mark Twain and Bono over for dinner.

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Bitch, please
Blue Arden
Born to Ride
Caffeine Rush
Car Driver
Reaching for Chocolate Stars and Sapphire Dreams
Click mo mukha mo!
Closet Introvert
Color in a Gray Cube
Confessions of a Coke Addict
Confessions of an OJT Killer
Creating Space 101
Din's World
Emerald Pastures
Hungry Alien
I came, I saw, I blogged
Intelektwal Interkors
Lavander Kitten
Lone Star Psychedelia
Mighty Girl
Modified Memories
Nocturnal Angel
Not Square
Of Life and Peanuts
One Seater Plane
Pile o'smeg
*Photo Seko
Pinay Hekmi
Purple Beanie
Purple Toes
Renaissance Girl
Rock the Boat
Sabitski Point
Stories Under the Sun
Sunny Side Up
Table for One
Ten Years Later
The Blurb
The Digital Pinoy
The Dork Side
The Ultimate BlogHopper
Tinggay Forever
Undiscussable Realms
Unica Hija
Warcar: no bumper
What a Pansy Fancies
White Sky Project
Wytch's Brew
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Platform Wedge Sandals by Michael Kors
Semiprecious chain earrings by Cynthia Dugan

Semiprecious chain earrings by Cynthia Dugan
Thump by Oakley (mp3 player and shades in one!)
Thump by Oakley (mp3 player and shades in 1!)

quotable quote

"Love is not love, which alters when it alteration finds."
~William Shakespeare, Sonnet cxvi

in my book bag

I Know Why the Caged 

Bird Sings by Maya Angelou


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