Waiting In Line

Waiting in line
Is like wading in sunshine
At first it’s fine
Then it is like drinking brine!


Boredom’s “divine”
Doing nothing in the line
Standing like pine
Till coming of time to dine!


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Gah I was so bored waiting in line inside a local bank and made this for pure entertainment (and not for fancy). Hahahahahaha!

So am I going back to writing here?

#cars of the day 🚗🚕

#Ferrari #360 #Testarossa (at President’s Avenue BF Homes, Paranaque City)

ervinrants (@ervinthevid) tagged me so…

1. I love coffee

2. I drink coffee without sugar and cream

3. I love brewing my own coffee (it’s a culture, fyi)

4. Coffee shops > parties and clubs

5. In-denial coffee addict

6. I’m not a fan of sweet coffee and frappes (I’m not choosy though)

7. I love music

8. Hiphop is not music (but I won’t stop you, kanya kanya yan hehehe)

9. Dubstep too is not music (kanya-kanya lang yan (- -,)v )

10. Has a 4-year old iPhone (money worth really)

11. I read books

12. I read books in a slow fashion

13. I love reading books in coffee shops especially when I am alone

14. I keep a planner

15. I keep a journal

16. Used to write about stuff here but the glow faded away huhuhu

17. Struggling to get a grip between work and fulfilling my dream job

18. Loving my work but not loving the company (hah! being grateful is a different thing though)

19. Creativity block is not an excuse in delivering work (salary!)

20. Ayaw ko ng bopis. Kadiri.

(- -,)v

Traveling During the Ebola Crisis: All Your Questions Answered

lifehackable:

With the Ebola virus now spreading in the United States, it’s important to know the symptoms. Reblog and pass it on. 

(via mother-kaguya)

Astrological Asks

  • Aurora: What is the most beautiful thing that you can think of?
  • Stars: Who do you think of most?
  • Bolide: What makes you want to give up?
  • Comet: Who do you like to be with?
  • Constellation: Is your family blood related?
  • Eclipse: Is there someone who you think outshines you?
  • Equinox: What makes you calm?
  • Galaxy: Who do you want to be?
  • Meteor: What makes you feel alive?
  • Nova: When were you happiest?
  • Orbit: Is there someone you can't stop thinking about?
  • Solstice: Do you prefer time with friends or time alone?
  • Sun Spots: What makes you feel bad about yourself?
  • Zenith: What makes you feel good about yourself?
  • Black Hole: Has there ever been a point where you thought nothing would get better?

Saying a big thanks to whimsandramblings (miel) for this! First contest to join and win (- -,)v

You can never get enough books for your lineup reads! haha!

Yes!!! This is true! Kids, do not proclaim what you did not experience!

indiohistorian:

A constant reality: How hard it is to do a historian’s work. We make enemies out of people not because we want to, but because we have to. Not that history or historians have not been manipulated. History has been manipulated oftentimes through revisionist means. There is a grain of truth in saying that history has been written by the victors. And since history is in the very gore and grime of things, telling the unfolding revealed drama of human nature, there are things that people often forget, or choose to forget. There are even some historians who choose not to reveal things, blinded by either conviction or political agenda. But then again, show me a historian who doesn’t have any tinge of bias. So then, it is my conviction that history is dangerous. For good or for ill, it is a tool for truth or for deception. It remains so especially when the actors in the history being told are still alive, through dynastic families that live on in our political life. It was Leon Ma. Guerrero who pointed out that indeed, an educated native is a dangerous native.

And so it is quite disturbing to find stuff on the Marcoses on the net. Stuff that are more or less positive and to the core, revisionist. I also noticed that most of these people who say that Marcos was the best president the country ever had never lived at the time of Martial Law. Whether driven by desperation and hopelessness for the country’s present problems, these young people now have a positive look at Marcos and his regime. It is also that dichotomy of discipline vs. freedom that most of these people argue on. We need to be disciplined, they say. Democracy doesn’t really work for us, because Filipinos do not know how to use and dispense their freedom. The Philippines needed Marcos. And Marcos put the Philippines on the map.

Really? 

But then, is it really worth it, to sacrifice our basic freedoms—freedom of the press, of the speech, of assembly—for order, for progress? Or for that matter, is it right to call a muted vox populi, a pervading fear to be taken in and never be seen again, as progress?

While I can also say I never lived at the time like these young people, I would like to reiterate that the same freedom that make them say something FOR the Marcoses was the same freedom that was never present when the Marcoses were in power.

Books are written to prove this. Scholars have published peer reviewed journals agreeing that the Philippines plummeted to economic debt under the Marcos regime. Victims that were never seen again remain missing. The corruption ran deep in the military during Marcos’s regime that it is hard to think how deep the rabbithole went. The materials are out there. The proof is staring us in the face.

So please. Enough with opinions. Show me some cold hard facts to support your view, and let us derive from those facts. For if what you say is truth, your stand would survive the scrutiny of academic inquiry, an exercise of freedom that Marcos himself discouraged.

My advise…. guys, read.

Video above, released by ABS CBN.

Blog posts on Martial Law HERE.

Confess something you’ve thought about me on anon, and all I can do is post it

(Source: drabbles-and-ideas, via dearestdaryl)

#hyperlapse 1 minute timelapse of me #blinking lol

kekekeke~~~

#gpoy

7 September 2013. My sister left for London. It brought me to tears but I held it back for my mum surely will burst if she saw me forming waters under my eyes.

6 September 2014. The half of my heart will leave for another country for good. It will bring me to tears definitely. Shall I show the forming waters during that time? Or shall I hold back again?

Oh God this is so painful. Almost a year apart.

Just when you thought you are tough life slams you hard…

…and you get tougher, like the callouses on the fingers of a string musician. The thicker the lesser the pain the more time to create and play beautiful music…

…the tougher you get the more you have the strength to face life’s seemingly impossible situations.


I will not cry. Thank you Lord.

Some #cutlery handles at #Mesa

#green lamp post stand 👽👽👽👽👽👽👽👽 (at concepcion, tarlac)