I'd really love to go out and have coffee with you.
Veni. Vidi. Amavi.

.I thought I was alone and sad. But the more I think about it, the more I’ve come to realize that I have cherished nothing more but my singleness. My freedom to do everything I like without anyone hindering me. That I would trade hours of being with someone, with hours of staying at home, reading books or watching movies I have missed when they were shown in theaters.

I’m no hopeless romantic, I just thought I was.


I can’t sleep. I still have to wake up at 6am tomorrow. I’m not really sure if deactivating my facebook account was a great idea. I basically just cut off my connection with most of my friends. Well, they still have my number but no one even asked why my account was gone. Lol.

I think they haven’t noticed. I still get invited to go out though but having someone asked you the reason for doing such action would be a lot better. I honestly need someone to talk with but i want them to reach out first. I don’t want to send them a message and start whining about stuff. Dafuq. What if they were also going through hell? It’s like “i know you’ve been through a lot these days but listen to what i have to say and actually add it up to what you have in mind right now”…

Oh well. I’ll reactivate it next sunday. That’s like a week and two days without facebook. Hahahaha. Kudos to me. Lol

Honestly, i wasn’t really impressed with the movie. I told myself to never compare film adaptations from the novels they were based on. But this one was clearly butchered. I have waited months for this and it was a downer.

Thomas and the gang were named after brilliant people. They were supposed to be smart but the movie depicted that they were just lucky enough to solve the maze. It never went that way. How can you call them great when all throughout the movie, they were like freakin’ clueless. I don’t know why some of the people who have read the book, actually like it.

I can easily forgive the director for not cutting of Peeta’s leg in the hunger games movie but this. Ughhhh… And why are there only a few of them who survived? Like seriously? After that is the Scorch Trials. There are going to be a lot of deaths there.

The only good thing i’ve seen was Newt. Thank you for being an eye candy and being adorable. You actually made the film tolerable.

Anyway, stunning visual effects though and good work with the grievers. It wasn’t what i had imagined but at least that way, it made them scarier than a bunch of blobs with metallic legs.

I’m looking forward for the The Scorch Trials. Please redeem yourself just like what The Hunger Games did.

At pepper lunch with my friends. Hahahaha.

Every time I look at the sky, I can’t help but think of how big the world is and how great the distance is in between us. But there will always be a part of me that will always believe in us, somewhere, someday.

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Tomorrow will be one very busy day. Have to wake up at 6am and I should be back here at our house by 11am. At 12:30 pm, my sister, our niece, and I will watch the mazerunner, which would approximately end at 2:45 or 2:50. Then I have to hail a cab for a fifteen to twenty minute ride to SM. I’ll have to catch the 3:15 movie schedule of Lupin III since I’m going to watch it with my friends.

I do hope that the Lupin III schedule would be move at around 3:30pm. That would buy me a few minutes to actually catch a breath.

Maybe deactivating my facebook account somehow helped me in moving on.

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Shoujo mangas turn out to be great animes.

Puella Magi Madoka Magica

Great anime indeed. Didn’t watch this before just because all of the protagonists are girls. Gahd. I’m so biased. So now, I’m done with this and I have to go back to reading books. Haven’t really gotten the chance to finish Mr.Penumbra’s 24-hour Bookstore.

Anyway, anime series like this which involves a lot of topics regarding about time travel and fate are hard to grasps. If someone from the future would come and warn you that you would die at the age of twenty seven, can’t you do anything to avoid it? Would misfortune befall you while you’re comfortably seated on your couch?

Well, even if you are able to avoid any mishaps, there is still the possibility of you going to lose it. Seriously. For the whole year, all you have in mind is to keep yourself safe; That would take a lot of willpower in order to go through each passing day.

Hmmm. We can’t really change our fate, huh? And we don’t even know what it is. This world is sure uncertain.

“Do you know what people want more than anything? They want to be missed. They want to be missed the day they don’t show up. They want to be missed when they’re gone.”


In another excellent episode of NPR’s TED Radio Hour, Seth Godin dispenses some of his signature wisdom in discussing what makes a great leader. (David Foster Wallace had similar ideas.)

Pair with Godin on vulnerability, creative courage, and how to dance with the fear.

(via harsherinhindsight)

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I’ve come to realize that no matter how hard I try to be part of your life, I’ll continue to be someone who is of little significance. I maybe able to fill some spaces, but still the fact remains that we are both puzzle pieces coming from different sets. Nothing fits perfectly.

Yes, I am expendable.

You made me that way.