Monday, September 27, 2010

to be continued...

"the children are the future."
a cliche. never gave it much thought. 

i know how education is like in this country, but i've never come face to face with it.
holed roofs. rotten ceilings. empty bookshelves. decaying chairs. lifeless classroom. empty-handed students. the face of education in this country.

i understand that education is a necessity in this world, but never had i  realized that sometimes it can be a luxury. and i was / am fortunate.
i strongly think that we are all blessed to be in a position to do our part in this society. all it takes is just a little step joined by many to make it into a big leap
i have no idea how it will turn out, but i'm terribly excited...

Thursday, September 16, 2010


I saw her pass away,
I was at her deathbed.
I didn't cry, 
I was prepared. 

I thought I was prepared.
Now, I can't seem to stop the tears. 
They're all falling
as the memories are flooding.

The afternoon chats.
The highways drives.
The endless talks of the past.
The lessons for the future.

The most amazing person.
The most amazing gift.
The most amazing life.
Will forever be missed. 


As I turn 24 I'll celebrate the life of the one most dear.
Hope to God Lola will celebrate it with me.

Monday, September 6, 2010


i don't know if you feel same way as i do, but there are just certain songs that makes you feel like you're in a whole different world, when the truth is you're just at home sitting in front of the computer. it must be melody, or  musical arrangement or the language. but whatever it is, it just feels gooooooood...... 

la vie en rose by pomplamoose 

sometimes those songs can get teeny-winnie-tiny-bit-romantic till' you learn what it really means....

Elis Regina & Tom Jobim- Waters of March

and i have nooooooo idea what it means STILL. but what the heck i looooove it...

ignorance is probably a bliss... 
but music is definitely a universal language....