Rain. A car ride. Maybe some fries and a cup of brewed coffee. We find some place to talk about life and it’s casualties. We laugh about how the first thing that pops up on the tube was the first movie we saw together in hiding; the first movie that we didn’t actually watch but was just there on the big screen playing for us, giving us some sort of background music to match with the silly conversations we had. We talk about crazy stuff, fleeting moments of happiness, long drives to wherever, music that make our feet tap and bodies jiggle like jellyfishes. A hug to relieve all the worries and stresses of the world and maybe a nice smile that says ‘everything’s going to be alright’.
I’ll always have that moment, that moment when we first hung-out and actually liked it. The time I kiddingly suggested we go off to far away land and went for it like there was no tomorrow. When we just laughed and screamed and sang our silly hearts out to the cruel world we know of and just didn’t care even if a policeman stopped us in our tracks.
But sadly - and truthfully - these moments will never last in reality; only in memories. And memories never change. Memories will always be the same and that’s how I want to always remember you.
Random morning realization
- I sometimes forget I’m a girl because of my tiny titehs.
An update after 48 years!
My blog has been inactive for quite some time now and I feel kind of bad that this is happening all over again. The random sporadic posting the past month from yours truly, have been lame attempts at keeping this site alive and kicking.
Anyhu, as much as I want to keep you posted with my life and all its awesome awkwardness, I always seem to run out of time nowadays. Either that or I’m just being a lazy arse. I’d say the latter is a more accurate excuse.
In conclusion, I think this blog is going to die soon along with my other blogs that have been floating in blog-purgatory for as long as I can remember. Or not. It all depends, really.
On an unrelated note, I’m so fuckin’ hungry right now. Where’s food when you need some?!?
After a week of exhausting activities, I am greeted at 2 in the morning with this Sally collectible from the most awesome boyfrand in the world. I wish I could’ve been at the Toycon too, tho.
Sorry for the lack of updates on this blog. I have been a very very busy bee lately. I hope everybody has a great weekend nonetheless.
Taking a trip up South today. Nothing really much to say at this point.
Tired, but never uninspired
At the end of the day, all I need is a little ‘Cheetos’ to make everything a-okay.
I have a wedding to attend to this Friday and I have nothing to wear. Praying that my money comes in by later so I can buy me a decent dress to this occasion. Also, sorry for the lack of posts. I’ve been really really busy the past couple of weeks and apologize for the semi hiatus.
Exhausted. Really exhausted
Plus it’s that time of the month again but not quite. My hormones are everywhere, I can feel them messing up with my actions and emotions since yesterday.
Currently at my lola’s celebrating mother’s day with the clan
Been stuffing my face with shrimps, fish, the most delicious kare-kare ever and fruit salad since I arrived. Praying to the food gods that I gain some weight by the end of the night.
Today I am thankful
For amazing friendships, good food and great opportunities in life. Tonight, I rest with a smile on my face knowing that tomorrow will be a better day.
Things I STILL cannot find
- lolo’s photos
- my favorite bra
I seriously STILL cannot find my bra
Why does this keep happening to me???
Please join us in our first group exhibit!
Featuring works by:
Finding the delicate balance between dream and reality has always been a challenge for any artist. Every member of our group has gone through it: we’ve seen our fair share of imbalance in our lives, and because of this, we see the value of stability, especially in these trying times. From juggling the desires to pursue art while maintaining a 9-to-5 to pay the bills; to the different inequities in our physical, emotional, mental and spiritual selves, we’ve witnessed and experienced imbalance – and it is reflected in our art.
Albert Einstein said, “Life is like riding a bicycle. To keep your balance, you must keep moving.” And our first group exhibit, “See, Saw: Various Visions of Balance” is precisely that – an effort of 11 different artists from different fields and challenged by different frustrations, to keep moving and come together to tell the stories of imbalance we’ve seen in ourselves.
Through our paintings, photographs, installation, digital and mixed media works, we hope the viewers are able see not just our imbalances, but their own trials and tribulations as well. We want them to see their own inequities in the ones we saw in ourselves. Through this exhibit, we hope for a catharsis of sorts in both artist and viewer; perhaps a wild realization, or a quiet resolution, that these pulls and tugs, this teeter-tottering of desires, is what keeps us balanced.
So yeah, please drop by on Saturday and see our works. There will be music, food, beer and an actual see-saw so yay for that! Click photo for more info.
Also in case any of you dear followers of my blog come to the exhibit, I’d like to meet you so don’t be shy. Lapitan nyo ako di ako nangangagat.