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I always wanted receiving “pasalubongs”. I mean, somehow, for me, it’s a symbol that the person who’s miles away is thinking about you that’s why he/she decided to give you some goodies from where he/she stayed. Besides, there are just some goodies that are only available at certain places just like what my bestfriend had with her.
It’s been a while sinced I actually blogged something because I went on a nature trip vacation to Club Noah Isabelle in Palawan. I’m thankful I had that vacation. I really needed some place quiet and more in touch with nature, rather than my usual routine at home. Once I wake up, the first thing I touch and check is my cellphone, then, after eating breakfast, my nose gets glued to the monitor. But when I was there at Club Noah, the first thing I do is take a shower, dress up, eat breakfast and by 9am, I’m snorkeling!
And because I really enjoyed my vacation, I would love to share the photos I took during my stay there.
Look at the sight. Reload. Kasa. Putok.
This is a very late post, but better late than never. Me and my dad went firing last April 3, 2008. First time kong maka-experience ng firing nun, and I cannot deny the fact that I was indeed very jumpy. It was my first to actually pull a trigger and eventually fire a gun. On our way to the firing area, my Dad kept on telling me that I should never ever ever let the gun fall out of my hand. Once it hits the floor, it might get damaged, or worse, it would back fire. Instead of making me nervous, those words encouraged me to do better with my first encounter in firing.
Farewell. Farewell my second abode.
I went to school awhile ago to get my report card and return my toga. I had a strange feeling after looking at the surroundings of my school. Perhaps it’s the unusual silence that I wasn’t used to. I grew up in that place facing it with noise due to yells, music and laughter from my schoolmates, but awhile ago, none of these noises were present. Just the sweeping of leaves from the tree.
You are the only one who could float your boat. No one else will.
Movie. Coffee. Tsismis. That’s what girl friend bonding is.
“Alis na ako after ko kuha ng report card“. These words stunned me and made me blank for a little while. Me and my friends are planning to have a slumber party here at my house, but I guess it won’t be happening at all. My friend will soon be leaving for General Santos for her vacation and we only have a day to be together, so, i hurriedly thought of things we could do to savor our moments together. Being with my close girl friends is important and crucial, especially now that they are planning to take up college outside Davao. Basically, I will be the only one who will get left behind here.