Something about US.

 “…Until one morning, I’ll wake up and find I’m thinking about something else, and then I’ll know the worse is over. My heart might be bruised, but it will recover and become capable of seeing the beauty of life once more. It’s happened before, it will happen again, I’m sure. When someone leaves, it’s because someone else... Continue Reading →

The Magic found at Liwa

So, the adventure continues.. this time to Liw-Liwa in Zambales.  AAAAAAAAAH..... The Magical Liwa. The very same spot where I learned how to surf. While most of the Manila crowd went to Sinulog to party, I went back to my "surf" birthplace, Liw-liwa last weekend to watch Indio-I perform live at The Circle Hostel (and... Continue Reading →

Endless Summer, Endless Surf

Happy New Year to the readers of my blog! I'm sorry I have been a delinquent blogger, for I've been busy since my last post. For you out there who's wondering what I have been doing with my life.. well.. I have been doing an Endless Summer, Endless Surf lifestyle. For you see, the Philippines... Continue Reading →

To my future son. :)

This is just a random thought. A thought that has bothering me for the longest time. Maybe because this was in my plan a year ago, when everything was peachy and happy. A plan molded out of love, dreams, future hopes and aspiration: Full of curly haired babies running around, laughing. or maybe this is... Continue Reading →

“Sometimes we ease the p…

"Sometimes we ease the pain by making the most of what we have. Sometimes it's by losing ourselves in the moment. And sometimes, all we need to do to ease the pain... is call a simple TRUCE." -Grey's Anatomy

TRUCE. 

Pay it forward

Last night was a scary night.I am used to driving alone at night. I do not mind it since I do not have to be stressed out with the traffic and the oncoming headlights that usually blind my eyes. So last night, the northbound lanes of East and West service roads were really traffic for... Continue Reading →

“Times like these, Times like those”

Living in a tropical country like the Philippines is very challenging. Extreme weather, just like traffic, is normal to everyone. But what happened for the past 3 days, the monsoon rains, wasn't anywhere near normal. It was crazy, heavy drops of rain fall on the rooftops. It was almost 36 hours non stop rain. It... Continue Reading →

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