Some things just never change.
Last night, Dolores O’Riordan died. She was the vocalist of The Cranberries, a band that unusually added a different color to my high school life.
Just because something breaks free, doesn’t mean nothing beautiful will ever grow again.
Womenite—a planned informal get-together that turned out as a gathering of bright women from Davao’s local business sector.
Hello! This is a summarized daily review of wearing anti-radiation eyeglasses (ARE) for one week.
Stories about Adulting, handling rejection, etc.
We celebrated my niece’s third birthday through a hearty lunch at Nanay Bebeng’s, an all-you-can-eat buffet restaurant at Garcia Heights, Davao City.
Aaliyah is already three years old. Seriously, she was so small before! Now she’s a happy toddler — always runs in circles and always jumps.
College didn’t teach me everything I should know, but surely I’m not alone in having these significant realizations to share — apart from knowing that Mitochondria is the powerhouse of the cell.
These are “lessons” that I can’t easily discuss out in the open, but instead, probably pass on as a set of guidelines to the new set of youngsters.
So take these with a grain of salt:
5. Friends come and go
Probably the earliest, but the hardest pill to swallow.
Back in high school, I had a clique that I highly favored more than *shudder* a boyfriend. This goes without saying but they gave me happiness, and a sense of adventure — something I believed I lacked as a child.
We had the best of times, yes, but as soon as College happened the inevitable also followed. We grew apart, but it doesn’t mean that the friendship wasn’t real.
The good thing is some friendships were sustained, which made me more appreciative of the word friendship.
I’m not a cheesecake lover–I’m a cheesecake worshiper. There’s just so much to love about this pastry. I think anyone with a picky palate would not resist a slice. If you would let me choose between a cookie or an ordinary party cake–I’d choose cheesecake any day.