Friday, July 10, 2009


I have received compliments from friends, telling me how different my aura is lately because of the positive vibes I exude. Thanks for the nice words, friends! I've been immersing myself in positivity. Quite naturally, you radiate with such refreshing light, and people notice! Cool. :)

I'll let you in on what I've been doing to achieve this effect:

1. Pray more often.
2. Exercise regularly! I go to the gym three to four times a week. And physical activity is the key! Regular exercise means regular release of endorphins which means a happier (and better-looking) you!
3. Never sweat the small stuff! "Don't worry, be happy" goes the song. So true! Why worry? Let go and let God! :)
4. Go out with friends more often. Spend time with positive people. And when with a negative crowd, try to be positive enough for everyone.
5. Have sex more often! ( favorite part! Teehee.)
6. Be less of a critic. It's really not fun being a critic all the time, unless you are a critic by profession. Being less judgmental helps.
7. Be a kid more often! Laugh out loud! Enjoy the simplest things. Have fun!
8. Life is what you make it. So make it wonderful!

Like they say in a shampoo commercial, "Try it, and see the difference."


Friday, July 3, 2009

Lighten up, will ya?

A colleague told me that only brainless gits would enjoy watching Transformers 2: Revenge of the Fallen. Well then, I guess I'm proud to say I'm part of that society of dimwits because I found the flick quite nice. It wasn't Oscar material, true. The plot wasn't very complicated. But hey, it is a movie based on a cartoon. (A cartoon for kids, at that.) Why expect to be intellectually stimulated? You should've seen Schindler's List instead. Or better yet, you should've stayed home and worked on a crossword puzzle. Or played chess.

I was impressed by all the technical stuff of the movie: the sound effects, the graphics, the way the robots transformed. And the story wasn't so bad, too. They just focused too much on Shia and Megan, though. There could've been more "transforming." But overall, it was still pretty cool and entertaining. And yes, I enjoyed it. In fact, my beau and I are going to watch it again later! Yey! To the brainless society out there - let us unite! Hahaha!

And to you who's so wound up it's a wonder you can still breathe, take it easy! Life isn't all about solving complicated things. Sometimes it's fun to sit back, kick your shoes off and laugh out loud like a little kid! (And enjoy the shiny robots, too!)


Thursday, July 2, 2009


I stepped out to buy something to drink. When I got back to the radio booth, he was suddenly there. Hiding, at first, under our console while my two partners tried to act nonchalantly. Then, like a wonderful jack-in-the-box, he stood up with a big grin and said, "Hi, baby!" Or was it "Surprise, baby!" I honestly don't remember. I was too busy being happy.

"I have a meeting in the area. But I wanted to start my day with you."

You, my love, are the most wonderful thing that's ever happened to me.


Preparing the prelim exam for his PDPR class, I asked him curiously what his questions were. Laughing, he let me in on the list in his head:

What is your name and why?
If you're not here, where are you?
Who is the tallest among the seven dwarves?
How many wood can a woodchuck chuck?
Who is Billie Jean? Is she my lover?
How come every time you come around, my London London bridge?
Whatcha gonna do with all that junk inside your trunk?

This is one of the reasons why he is the man for me. He never fails to make me laugh.