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Monday, August 30, 2004


I seriously thought I could and would go through this without the tears.


It's a good thing that the marketing team has their own room.

It's an even better thing that there are only 2 of us in marketing.

And that my boss is out.

And that I decided against wearing eyeshadow and mascara this morning.

So I can cry here. By my lonesome. Without anyone noticing. Without anyone asking me what's wrong. The last thing I want the other people in the office to think of the new employee is that she's a drama queen. An emotional wreck. Which I am so not.

Breathe. Deeply.

Be strong.

Now, go back to work.

Bunny @ Monday, August 30, 2004

Sunday, August 29, 2004


My sister, Aina and I found ourselves watching "Raising Helen" (cute movie, by the way) this morning. When it ended, I suggested that we go for a ala-Sex and the City brunch. It's been awhile since I've been out with the girls without any boyfriends in tow. We went to a Veneto and had spicy baked mussels and baked ziti with chicken. For 100 bucks each, we were stuffed and lunch was very much well worth it.

No girls lunch out is complete without dessert so we headed to Jack's Loft (the only place nearby that had decent dessert and an airconditioned smoking area. Ang init eh!) and shared the I Declair. It's a really, really huge eclair filled with custard cream and vanilla ice cream and topped with lotsa lotsa whipped cream.

We talked about their relationships and our past relationships. The ones that got away, and the one that we should have gotten away of waaaay before they ended. We also talked about the relationships that turned us into martyrs and made us lose ourselves. And how I'm glad that both of them are in relationships with such better guys. I love how our mistakes, especially our favorite ones, have made us so much smarter.

Our dream weddings were also discussed. And of course, I had to expound on the island/beach wedding that I am dying to have. I will not discuss details. Baka maudlot o may mang-agaw. Har har.

And they were both excited for me. They can't wait for my next love story.

I love the girls. They keep me very hopeful and optimistic.

O sha, I have to go. My 17-year-old sister is coming over because she needs to have her hair and make-up fixed for a debut she's attending tonight at The Hyatt.

Yeah, our apartment is also a salon on the side. My sister does the hair, Aina and I do the make-up.

Enjoy the rest of the weekend!

Bunny @ Sunday, August 29, 2004

Friday, August 27, 2004


I live in Unit G (for Gorgeous! wahahaha!). Which is why I had to scratch my head when I found our electric bill addressed to Unit H. Asked our very courteous guard why that is and he said that from what he knows, Meralco has the units mixed up. But he's not sure so maybe I should ask the landlord.

So I texted my conyotic-but-nice-naman landlord/ neighbor (he lives in Unit H) this afternoon:

"Hey [landlord's name]! I got a Meralco bill addressed to Unit H. Mang Edgar said that Meralco has the units mixed up and I just want to clarify if this is yours or our electric bill."

His reply:

"Yup! I get the one with Unit G. It's always been that way eversince the building was erected."

Any normal person would have used the word, "built" but not hiiimmmmm. Funny guy!

Bunny @ Friday, August 27, 2004

Thursday, August 26, 2004


"You were all the things I thought I knew
And I thought we could be

You were everything, everything that I wanted
We were meant to be, supposed to be, but we lost it
All of the memories, so close to me, just fade away
All this time you were pretending
So much for my happy ending

It's nice to know that you were there
Thanks for acting like you cared
And making me feel like I was the only one
It's nice to know we had it all
Thanks for watching as I fall
And letting me know we were done" ---Avril Lavigne's, "Happy Ending"

Bunny @ Thursday, August 26, 2004

Big thanks to friend, S, for taking me to 70's bistro last night (haven't been there in yeaaarrss) and for making a Noel Cabangon fan out of me. I've never heard a better rendition of "Black Bird" till last night. And "Dalampasigan ng Puso" is one of the most nakakakilig tagalog songs, ever. The lyrics are just so.....haaaayyy. Noel Cabangon's soothing voice is the perfect companion on a contemplative, rainy, mid-week night.

By the way, if anyone has the lyrics to "Dalampasigan ng Puso", please email them to me. Been searching the net the whole morning for the lyrics but I can't find it.

Had fun talaga.

Bunny @ Thursday, August 26, 2004

Wednesday, August 25, 2004

I woke up late today. I went home early from the birthday party naman last night. Maybe it was the cold. Sarap to curl under my comforter.

Left the house at 830.

I did not have an umbrella. Buti nalang a nice middle-aged lady stood beside me and said, "halika papayungan kita. wag ka magpapaulan." We also rode the same jeep.

So I super rushed to the office and got here just in the nick of time. I timed-in at 8:59am. Photo finish.

Aina, my roomie who studies in UST texts me, "bwahaha! wala kaming pasok! Ü"


Logged on, checked my mail. Chatted with Jovan for a bit and then he drops me this:

jovan: work is suspended!
bunny: youre not kidding!?!?!?!?!?!
bunny: potaaahhhhhhhh
bunny: why am i still hereeeeeeeeeee


Spoke to our HR person. She said the company rarely suspends work due to typhoons. Unless absolutely necessary.

Double Hmph.

Boss and I are currently sucking up to our Operations Manager. Kahit half day lang. Puhhlleeaaaseee?!?!?!

Bunny @ Wednesday, August 25, 2004

Tuesday, August 24, 2004


This entry goes out to my dear friend, Bea, who owns one of the prettiest smiles I have ever seen.

When I was a kid, Mama told me to always smile. She says that smiling will pay off when I get older because I won't have to worry about wrinkles and looking old.

In 5th grade, I read Pollyanna and kept to heart what she said about looking at the brighter side of life.

Last week, I was going through my friendster testimonials and noticed that almost all my testimonials had one thing in common: they all mentioned how I'm always smiling and how I'm happy all the time.

I've been described as Sunny Bunny with the infectious laugh, a happy camper, the girl with the perennial smile on her face, always happy, forever bubbly, etc. L even said he liked me because of my smile and that it will always be my smile.

In this month's Cosmo, I read an article on how smiling can make you feel and look more beautiful. It works wonders, I tell you.

But I have my bad days. Like today.

It's the day after someone you care about tells you that things will really not work out, no matter how many times you try.

It's a day after you've realized that at one point, you've got to give up on the battle that you've been fighting, that is the love you have for this person.

It's a day after you've heard him say, "We're growing apart".

It's a day after you've realized that there will be no kilig proposals and wedding plans looming in the horizon.

And that you won't be wearing your company's dainty maternity clothes in the next couple of years. Hehehehe!

It's the day after you are once again, officially and undeniably, S-I-N-G-L-E.

But the past hour has left me smiling because I have great friends who I think are perfect. Who I think belong to the bright side of my life. Friends who drank with me last night, ate super duper kunat chicharon and laughed so hard with me till 2am. Friends who gave me the best hand massage, ever. Friends who sang Avril Lavigne's, "Happy Ending" with me (with feelings). Friends who told me that I should be happy because someone new is bound to love me and isn't that something to look forward to?

And that's why I'm Sunny Bunny (the infectious laugh ain't my fault. tee-hee!). It's why I'm a happy camper. It's really why I have such a happy disposition. Because even when one person tells me that "we are not going to work because we are growing apart and we have different interests", I have a million other people who I can rely on to tell me otherwise.

Bunny @ Tuesday, August 24, 2004

Monday, August 23, 2004

Was watching the much talked about Lasalle-Ateneo game yesterday with L.

Thing is, I don't really care much about UAAP. Maybe because I came from an all-girl's college who I don't think has one won anything except for the 100-meter dash to the nearby mall and the most number of taglish sentences spoken in 5 minutes.

But while watching the game yesterday, I jumped from my seat and yelled, "Olochops!!!"

L was taken aback and asked me what the hell I just said. I said, "That's Olochops! My childhood friend, Olochops. His real name is Pocholo but we call him Olochops. (his name read backwards).

"Your childhood friend is still in college?", L asked.

To which I replied, "Well, he was our baby!"

But he really was our baby. So, all those afternoons we spent hanging out at the park while you and our other friends played basketball actually paid off. Good for you!

Bunny @ Monday, August 23, 2004


I've been invited to my first super major climb which is happening in either October or December. There are 2 schedules ata. Which one I'll be joining depends on when my body will be in a condition good enough to climb the second highest mountain in the Philippines. Mountaineering friends said that they will train me for the climb. Happy happy joy joy!!!

some pics from my mountaineering friends' climb in Mt. Pulag last year. Its soooo beautiful! I can't wait!

(click to enlarge)

Bunny @ Monday, August 23, 2004


It was my sister's birthday last Friday and we stayed over at Astoria with my other sisters and my roomie, Aina. They have really nice rooms but the breakfast buffet sucked balls. It was my first time to find a hotel that served tofu for breakfast and salpicao that didn't taste like salpicao. The adobo was yummy, though. I'll give them that. And the service was not good, either. Buti na lang it was free. My sister, the birthday celebrant, had their discount card that came with a free overnight stay in a 2-bedroom suite during your birthday.

Anyhoo, right beside Astoria is a Cosmetic surgery clinic and my sister, Francine, who's taking up a pre-med course in UP Manila, goes, "When I graduate, magtatayo din ako ng [insert our family name] cosmetic surgery!" With which my youngest sister Sunshine, replies, "So, pwede na ako magpa-botox sayo? Si Achi, butt-tucks ang kailangan!!! hahaha!"

I miss those girls.

Had dinner in Tempura in Greenhills. My friends and my sister have been raving about the place and well, I'm raving about it too! I love the Ebi Prawn Salad (tastes like california maki but...still a lot different) and the tempura is yummy. We also had this asparagus thingy wrapped in bacon. Kinda reminded me of another favorite Japanese resto, Nanbantei. Food ain't expensive. 8 pcs of Tempura costs about 400 (if I'm correct) and the prawns are not small, ha.

Was in Powerbooks Saturday afternoon and I got really depressed. I'm in dire need of a new read and all the books were on sale! But I refused to spend kasi my money is super budgeted. Probably next payday. Saturday night was spent with some friends in Eastwood for the San Mig Light Enduro party (free beer!). Nothing exciting, really. Badtrip pa, kasi it rained. It would have been nice to dance to the reggae music the band was playing.

Went to greenhills yesterday and got depressed again. Kasi naman, there are so many nice things that I want to buy but I don't have the moolah naman. Ahuhuhuhu! All I ended up going home with were cds of Avril Lavigne (i really like her music) and Black Eyed Peas, which I now play every morning while getting ready for work. Really gets me groovin' while dressing up. Hehehehe!

The week looks promising and exciting. It really does.

Before I forget, my sister, Sunshine told me this absolutely corny joke that sent me laughing. It's really corny but I found it funny. Mababaw lang siguro talaga kaligayan ko.

What did the eyebrow say to the other eyebrow?

ANSWER: ey, bro!


Be happy, everyone! :D

Bunny @ Monday, August 23, 2004

Thursday, August 19, 2004


I love her (if you can read this, please write again. i loved all your entries) and her and her and her.

Bunny @ Thursday, August 19, 2004

Tuesday, August 17, 2004


Can someone please, please, puhhlleeeaaasee get me these dvds?!?!

I will give you a full body massage everyday for a week! aehehehehe!

Conan and Triumph the insult comic dog super cracks me up!

Some of my fave triumph quotes:

to pink
"Pink! Oh, my god, look at you. Good luck against hulk hogan."

to busta rhymes
"Everyone, I'm told this is busta rhymes. Either that or whoopi goldberg got a sex change."

while talking to david lee roth
" David lee roth! I am happy to have you here, man. My fleas have been wanting to travel. Look at you! Look at you! How exciting, david lee roth. I've been looking for the valet parking attendant all night."

to puff daddy
"P diddy! Let me go to your crappy party! Come on, don't you remember that time in the limo? You stuck the gun up my ass to hide it from the police!"

on eminem
"Quite beautiful. Eminem, really, honestly, the guy should lighten up a little. Seriously, I mean, my mom was a bitch, too, but I don't go writing songs about it, you know what I'm saying?"

"I don't know what he's talking about. Everyone, please. Let's all try to be easy on eminem. At the end of the day, he's just another white guy trying to make an honest living stealing black people's music."


Bunny @ Tuesday, August 17, 2004

Monday, August 16, 2004

I miss blogging.

I log on everyday but I don't blog because I have nothing to blog about. I wouldn't say that life has been boring eversince I started working again. That really isn't it. I've been quite busy and well, its just that nothing worth telling has happened. And even if there was, it would be just way too personal to blog about.

I conquered my 4th mountain this weekend. Pictures might follow (if my friend emails them to me in time). I would definitely want to go back to Mt. Manabo sans the super icky mud and the strong rain. It's a fairly easy 2-hour climb with a stunning 360-degree view of Mt.Makiling, Mt.Banahaw, Mt.Cristobal, Mt.Maculot, Taal, Mindoro, San Pablo City and Lipa City.

Hhhhmmm....see? I've been staring at the monitor for how many minutes now and what have I come up with? Nada. Zilch.

Maybe some other day.

Have a good week, everyone!

Bunny @ Monday, August 16, 2004

Thursday, August 05, 2004


I need pictures of your baby's 1st christmas and a short write-up of what you did to make your little one's 1st christmas extra special. Please email them to

Thanks so much for the help!!!

Bunny @ Thursday, August 05, 2004

Wednesday, August 04, 2004

Work has been really great!

My boss and I super jive (she's also my smoking buddy).

What's soooo great about my job is aside from doing the usual marketing, pr and advertising, I also get to write for the in-store magazine of the Mommy and kids line and for the catalog/magazine of the teen line. Yun nga lang, I'm not a parent yet, so for the past 2 days, I've been reading and reading parenting magazines (both local and foreign). I've also started coming up with articles for the holiday issue. So for you cool parents out there, I'll be needing a lot of your help very soon (yeah, we'll feature your kids)!

It's funny, yesterday, I looked at a lot of kids' photos that were sent by modeling agencies and 95% of these kids were half something and half pinoy. In fairness, some of them were cute naman but most of them were like, nyaaaaahhh!!!So okay, maybe "funny" isn't really the right word pero do they actually think na just because they're half and half, pwede na sila pang-commercial and stuff? I swear, mas madami pang cute authentic Pinoy kids.

[out of topic] I just realized the other day that Monique Leviste looks sooo much like Jasmine Trias. I swear, if she puts a flower behind her ear, she's Jasmine Trias in about 5 or 7 years.

Back to work. Have a great week, people!!!

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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