Archive for January, 2011


Okay kill me. Shotgun me for this. I’ve been stalking an account on fb. Waaaaah. Though, this is my personal page, I’ll just leave the person’s name unknown. Every time that person changes profile pic, I get nervous. That person is not on my friend list, that means I don’t have an access on that person’s wall, albums and other personal stuff. I just rely on that person’s primary photo as to what’s happening in present. I’m scared that I might find something out. The last primary photo he had was in group. I was shaking while looking at it because I saw something there. — It hurts. hahaha! I’m such a loser!


*note: the fb account I’m stalking is not the person that I really wanted to know about, only someone related.


after effect

I don’t like it after I nebulize. Exhausting and I palpitate..

I was out of the office early yesterday, around 3pm. My boss tasked me to bring a letter in a government office, where my parents happens to work. It took me about an hour to get there because of the traffic along Edsa (as usual). After I delivered the letter, I just waited for my parents and we decided to go malling. My sister was at home so I called and told her to follow.

I just had a fun time bonding with the family


I was absent yesterday so that I can go and see a doctor. I’m not feeling well since the new year due to heavy cough and colds. I’m taking medicines but it seems not to change anything at all. I blame it on the weather. It’s really cold these past few days and been hearing news about a lot of people especially in Baguio having broncho-pneumonia.

I’m experiencing difficulty in breathing at night. My nose are clogged and my phlegm are rumbling in my chest. I felt worried because my breathing sounded like a whistle so I consulted a doctor.

I’m taking anti biotic now, and was advised to nebulize every 8 hours. Get well soon for me. =(



Regarding with my health issue, I wrote few months ago, about something on my lungs, well it’s gone, but left scar. I’m done with the medicines, as my doctor said: “graduate ka na”. She said every time I’ll be undergoing a medical exam, I need to ask for her certification that its only a scar that appears on my x-ray.

Graduating from it means, I can have happy hours again! Yey!

This is giving me a headache. Few days before 2010 ended, a dear friend called me and is asking for my resume since there will be a vacancy in their company. She said that she talked to her boss already and somehow positive that I can make it. Her boss is an alumni where I took college. BTW, my friend is working in a known brewery company.

Upon listening to her while we’re talking on the phone, my mind went blank. I don’t know whether I’m in or out with her news for some reasons. One: I thought it was wrong timing. I don’t want to surprise my boss with my “good news” on new year.“Sir, Happy 2011, Im resigning. Goodbye.” . Not sure if he’s going to allow now that there’s an ongoing project. Two: Accessibility. I’m from the North and its kind of near South(?) whatever. Three: Salary. Entry level rate, plus other allowances plus I can reimburse my transportation allowance. Even taxi fares. Four: On the second working day of the year, my friend’s leaving for South, work related. (that reason was unacceptable). Fifth: Quitting on my present job isn’t really easy. Specially my boss is really kind and understanding despite of the fact that I don’t get to receive benefits here. Six: Tardiness has become my addiction. New job means I have to be punctual, as in I need to be in the office on or before 8am, from Monday to Saturday, depending on my work needs.

My friends and family except for my sister likes me to have a new job. My sisters says that,  with other companies, I would have to work really hard for  every single penny the company will pay me. Unlike with my present job, I can go to the office late, no hassles, no questions asked, no salary deduction, no memos. In addition to that, unlimited internet browsing and downloading — facebook, twitter, myspace, friendster, limewire, torrent, etcetera etcetera.

Well, I can’t do anything about it now, yesterday was my deadline on passing my resume, I’m still here in my senseless job, rotting. FTW.

I’m such a freak. Ain’t I?

i envy those who can express themselves very well in writing. Uu.. promise..

hehe la lang


Our barkada’s first bonding activity for 2011 was watching Rosario.

Most of the viewers we saw were older (40s above).

Regarding its craftsmanship, I’ve never seen a filipino movie this perfect pertaining to the setting of the story. It’s amazing that there are places like that in the Philippines, specially the Mansion where Rosario’s family lives, the old neighborhood. The costumes, I just love them. Actually while watching it, we whispered to each other, we could’ve become one of the extras so that we can wear those costumes aside from the fact that some of them don’t have camera friendly faces (joke). As I watched it, it felt like travelling way back, and i thought “so this is how people and places were”.

Based on the trailers I saw on TV, I was expecting daring and sexy scenes on the story. Maybe I was imagining too much, with the rating of PG-13.

The movie is filled with social and moral values, regardless of time, the lessons instill in the movie is still applicable to this present age. In addition to that, it was based on a true story of Manny Pangilinan.

Another year has ended. 2011 is on floor.

Sad. It’s always like this, a year has passed, and there’s really nothing “major major” thing that happened to me. 2010 just passed me by.

On the other hand, our family had the best gift this year– Our baby Pototoy (my nephew) came,and he’s our happiness. ♥

Happy New Year.