As I am about to write this, I suddenly reminisced my high school days and the people who helped me survive those years. I know we all have our group of friends and I am really thankful for these girls. … Continue reading #OngTheWingsOfLove – Clang’s From Ms. to Mrs.
So even though I have about 11GB worth of photos and videos from last weekend, I think words are still not enough to tell you guys how awesome this year’s camp was. Let me contemplate more about what happened at … Continue reading SYNC Camp Video
Five years ago I wrote a blog entry entitled, “Three Years From Now”. Basically, it was a dreamy piece of writing about how I wanted my life to be like at the age of 26. Now, I’m 28 years old … Continue reading Five Years Ago
Death is real. Pain is real. Losing a loved one hurts, but nothing is more painful than not knowing where we’ll go when we die. We all think that we’ll all eventually go to heaven, but the question is, how … Continue reading Keeping Memories
The video shown on the last night of Tatay’s wake. A big thanks to everyone who have extended their condolences to the whole family. Last Sunday, we bid our final goodbyes to Tatay (my dad’s father). It’s comforting to see … Continue reading We Love You Tatay
I suddenly felt my energy drop to almost zero level. So I decided to just go to bed and sleep it off. When I woke up, it felt worse. It’s one of those mornings when you don’t know what’s wrong but it feels like something’s wrong. The feeling started to get worse as I prepare for another day of interacting with people. These are the thoughts of every introvert person who just reached their threshold of socializing. Haha. I know it sounds weird, but when we say we had too much interaction for today, trust us. It is mentally exhausting. … Continue reading The Real Deal When Introverts Go To Their Default Mode