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Thursday, October 27, 2005


One of the people on my team sent this message to everyone on our intranet:

"Please take note of this number: (415-*******) because the next time she receives a call from our company,she will file a suit againts us. Thank you!"

And one of the gay guys from the sales team sends this reply...TO ALL:

"correction po....SUE not SUIT...."

WAHAHAHAHHAHAHAHA!!! File a sue...wahahahahahaha!!

I wanted to correct him myself and send my reply to everyone but figured it would be better if the girl on my team, the one who was wrongfully corrected, does it herself. So, I asked her to go to and look up the definition of SUE and SUIT and send that to ALL.

She did.

Then the gay guy claims he thought the girl on my team said, "file a SUITE".

Helllooooo!!! Mali pa rin correction niya! Palusot! ahahaha!

Bunny @ Thursday, October 27, 2005


My sister, Francine, takes skin-diving classes with her schoolmates (inggit). The other night, she asked me for help because her stuff would not fit in my brand new backpack (bininyagan niya!!!). So I was packing her stuff when she said,

"Chi, you're a mother packer!"

That sent me, her and our other sister, Sunshine laughing to bits.


Bunny @ Thursday, October 27, 2005

Monday, October 24, 2005


Here's a better picture of him. He looks like my sister!


Bunny @ Monday, October 24, 2005

Saturday, October 22, 2005


Yep yep! That's my nephew, Rafael Gabriel! We're still deciding as to what his nickname will be. I like Rafa but my other sisters like Gabe. Maybe we'll end up calling him Bugoy. Hehehe! He's sooooo cute! We think its also cool that his birthday falls on our parents' wedding anniversary. Sorry I couldn't take a better picture. I only took this with my phone. My digicam is currently touring the United States with Charo and Jovan. My sisters and I are all pretty much sleepless but we're all happy!

I'm at my sister's hospital suite now (yes, the room comes with a PC with internet connection! Coolness!) and we're going to dinner in a little bit. I'll catch up with you guys soon! Ciao!

Have a blessed weekend, everyone :)

Bunny @ Saturday, October 22, 2005

Wednesday, October 19, 2005


I never got to share pictures of the weekend I spent with myself. A couple of days before the weekend, I had a conversation in YM with my cousin, Dino. I told him about my plans and he suggested that I just go to Tagaytay. I thought about it, computed the expenses and turns out, the money I will spend for a hotel in Manila is actually enough for gas and a decent place to stay in Tagaytay. So off to Tagaytay I went.

Brunch in Bag of Beans

I had cinnamon raisin bread with butter and jam, my favorite shepherd's pie and a cup of alamid coffee (aka bearcat/philippine civet poopoo). It was good and stronger than cafe barako and doesn't smell bad!

Saw these flowers hanging from a tree and I thought they were fake. But no, they were not.

I was lucky because the place was practically empty when I got there. Bliss!

After getting settled in my room, I couldn't sleep. I tried watching TV but couldn't find anything nice to watch so I ended up answering crossword puzzles. I fell asleep for like half an hour and woke up just in time to catch the sunset from my room's balcony.

Tagaytay Sunset

My room wasn't facing Taal lake but I had a spectacular view of Mt. Makiling. Gorgeous, isn't it?

Check out the cloud shaped like a thunderbolt.

"And it was called yellow".This is my favorite picture from the trip.

I had an amazing time with myself. I had bulalo for dinner, bought some rhum and coke and drank it in my room's balcony while listening to my ipod. I also wrote a little. I was asleep by midnight. I had my breakfast brought to my room the next day and I had breakfast in the balcony. It was what I really needed-- peace and quiet. I wouldn't mind doing that again. You guys should try it. :)

Bunny @ Wednesday, October 19, 2005


Well, that's according to Daday who was bored and decided to turn an old picture of mine into this.

I like it! Thanks, Daday!

Bunny @ Wednesday, October 19, 2005

Wednesday, October 12, 2005


I was going out of my mind last Monday because of a message my GM sent to me: "Bunny, please see me before you leave for the day."

Unfortunately (although I felt fortunate at that time), I had to leave work early and GM said she would just talk to me the next day.

Tuesday came and I was fretting because she sent me another message. This time, it went, "Please make yourself available after 1pm. I need to speak to you."

It sounded bad. Even when a couple of colleagues assured me I had nothing to worry about, I felt it was going to be bad. And I spent the whole day yesterday racking my brain for anything bad that I might have done at work, that would be justifiable grounds for the company to fire me. And the thing is, I couldn't come up with any. Except for coming in late a few times last week, I had nothing on me. I really had nothing.

At around 2pm, I stepped into her office and she was holding my evaluation papers. And she starts by saying that although my final rating isn't out yet, she would like to let me know what marks she gave me on my evaluation.(This is the 2nd one for the year)

Oh God, maybe I did really bad this time..., I thought to myself.

Apparently not. I actually got pretty good marks. Of course, there's a lot of room for improvement but I'm a tad proud to say that the ratings my GM gave me was not bad at all.

So here was the thing--the reason for the meeting. She and the president of the company have been discussing for the longest time how I would be a big help to the other department. However, they are also worried that the department I am handling now might go haywire if I leave. (For the record, I'm not trying to say I'm indispensable because God knows no one is.)

My self-esteem was given a little boost when I was compared to the girl who previously managed the department and to quote my GM, "I'm really glad you were able to fix things."

The other department works the night shift because they deal with foreign clients. It's new but its growing so fast. Right now, my friend who manages the team has 35 people under her and my GM is worried because thats just too much and she doesn't want my friend to get burned out. The department will grow to 60 very soon and she wants to divide the department into 2. 30 agents for me, 30 for my friend. The downside is that I'm not sure how comfortable I am working the night shift. Once in a while is fine but for good? Uh uh. Plus I only get to enjoy U.S. holidays which we know isn't much compared to Philippine holidays. The nice thing about moving is, its a new challenge and pay will be higher what with night differential and all.

If I move, I need to pick someone from my team who I feel can take over. If I decide to stay, well, I get to keep my job and there's a big possibility I will be sent to Naga for a month to train the new people working at our office there, which is currently being built.

"I'm sure you'll have fun in Naga! Imagine, you can go on roadtrips and since Sorsogon is nearby, you can go diving with the Butandings! Plus, you'll still have internet and VOIP so you'll still get to talk to your boyfriend!", my bubbly GM says.

I have to decide before the long weekend, which is officially on the 28th. I'm more inclined to stick to my current job. I'm happy here. But what do you think?

Bunny @ Wednesday, October 12, 2005

Friday, October 07, 2005


As for me, I'm just plain desperate. Hahaha! Kidding.

A few weeks ago, Charo and Kookie were talking about the show over dinner and because I don't really watch much TV nowadays, I could not relate. I was so interested in the story that I bought dvds of the 1st season. And I am hooked. That show is Unlike Sex and the City, which don't get me wrong, I also love, Desperate housewives is much more intouch with reality. It tackles issues that pretty much anyone can relate to albeit more from a wife's point of view.

I love how it is mysterious, creepy, funny and poignant all at the same time.

This is my favorite quote from the series, so far:

"Yes, each new day in suburbia brings with it a new set of lies. The worst are the ones we tell ourselves right before we fall asleep. We whisper them in the dark, telling ourselves we're happy, or that he's happy. That we can change, or that he will change his mind. We persuade ourselves that we can live with our sins, or that we can live without him. Yes, each night before we fall asleep we lie to ourselves in a desperate, desperate hope that come morning - it will all be true."--Mary Alice Young

So true. Oh well. All I know is that I can't wait to end my day and go to sleep. Because tomorrow, is Bunny day. Actually, it's Bunny weekend. Hahaha!

I hope you guys enjoy your weekends :)

Bunny @ Friday, October 07, 2005

Wednesday, October 05, 2005

Sister Hazel

I miss you
I miss being overwhelmed by you
And I need rescue
I think I'm fading away
But I keep thinking that you'll wake me up with a whisper in my ear
I keep hoping that you'll sneak in my room

So I wait and I wait
And I run old scenes through my tired head
Of the days we laid by the school and said forever
Was that the best I'll ever be

I miss you
I miss talking all night long with you
And I need this to find a way to your home
My love can you hear me
Have I been hoping loud enough, wishing hard enough
Can you see me when I'm asleep all alone - alone

So I wait and I wait
And I run myself in the same old circles
I sit and I stare
And I run old scenes through my tired head
Of the days that we laid by the school and said forever
Was that the best I'll ever be

Can't keep my hands from shaking
Stumbling through the wreckage again
But you're gone

So I wait and I wait
And I run myself in the same old circles
And I sit and I stare
And I run old scenes through my tired head
Of the days that we laid on our backs and said forever
Was that the best I'll ever be
Was that the best I'll ever be
Was that the best I'll ever be

Bunny @ Wednesday, October 05, 2005

Monday, October 03, 2005

There is a traffic jam inside my head.

It's been clouded with so many things for the past weeks.

Both good and bad.

And the worst part is, I refuse to talk about it with anyone. Which is, if you know me well, a little weird. It's also the reason for my sporadic blog entries.

Since I couldn't get any peace and quiet, I resorted to drowning myself in all the noise outside forces can bring so I can be deaf to whatever it was my soul was crying out to me.

But of course, that didn't work. Of course, that didn't take away the nagging voice within me.

I think I just need to be alone. I thought that locking myself in my room during the weekend, getting all the sleep I can get and receiving a really orgasmic massage (Thanks, Louise!) would do the trick but uhmmm...I digress.

I think I will check in a hotel this weekend...and spend the night there with just me. I will sleep to my heart's content. I will luxuriate in goosed-down pillows and comforters. I will watch TV, lotsa lotsa TV. I will catch the sunset because I've forgotten how gorgeous it looks even when I'm looking at it through a smog-filled city. I'll bring that bottle of good white wine a friend gave me. Maybe I'll buy some fresh salmon and swiss chocolate cake from Becky's Kitchen (I've been craving for their cake since last weekend). I will dance. I will sing with my iPod. I will soak my weary body in a bubble bath until I start to prune. I will read. I will write poetry. I will be incommunicado.

For one day, I would like to not have to think about work, things I need to pay for, errands I need to run for the house, for my mom, for my sisters and other way too personal problems that I will not reveal. For just a day or two, I would just like to be...well, be with me.

So yeah, I think I'll do that. MAYBE. If nothing better comes up.

Any suggestions as to where I can stay? :)

I had the most disturbing dream last night.
I dreamt that I was being raped by another woman
and I could not do anything about it. What on earth
is that supposed to mean? *shudder*

Bunny @ Monday, October 03, 2005

Sunday, October 02, 2005

My entire body has been in pain all week so I called for a massage yesterday afternoon. The woman who came was blind and while talking, she mentioned that her husband is also blind. And tactless me, said:

"Hindi ba mahirap yun, hindi mo siya nakikita?"

She says, "Ok lang yun. Hindi mo naman kailangan makita ang isang tao para malaman mo na talagang mahal mo siya..."

And that just made me smile and say, "Alam mo, totoo yan. Sobrang totoo yan..."

And then I closed my eyes and thought of Jay.


Bunny @ Sunday, October 02, 2005


My good college friend, Tarah got married last Wednesday and I was one of the bridesmaids. A week before the wedding, it dawned on me that among my close college friends, I was the only bachelorette remaining. Which totally made me dread going to the wedding because my college friends would all be there--married with kids, plus husbands in tow. And I was honestly worried that they would talk about marital issues, child birth and parenting tips and that I would feel left out because well, what would I know about those things, right?

We all met at the bride's hotel room for pictorials and true enough, as soon as I got there, one of my college friends says, "Bunny, you're the only one who isn't married! Don't you want to settle down?! You're already 26!" And all I could muster was a lame snicker.

The wedding was great, the groom almost made me cry. I was looking at him while my friend was making her way down the aisle and there was just something in his eyes, as he stared at his bride-to-be that seemed to say, "I can't believe I'm spending my life with her. I'm so lucky." The reception was nice and intimate and thankfully, my friends did not talk about marital or baby stuff. Our conversations felt like we were back in college again. We laughed our butts off at the AVP presentation because pictures from our college days were shown and gawd, we just looked so...different then. Yeaaahh, it was fun!

With college friends, Liezel and Clarice, who were secondary sponsors at the wedding

The entourage

The Newlyweds

With Clarice, at the reception

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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