For the past few weeks, my news feeds are all about complaints from the notorious traffic jam, relationship status issue, corrupt government, election propaganda, religion issues and even the infamous end-of-the-world craze. We really do complain a lot, don’t we? But having heard the news from the tragedy on the Syria Crisis, I think it’s about time for us to reflect and offer our sincerest prayers and not just for social network status update.
Chinese Culture tells us that August is regarded as the Ghost Month. Could be true but we had a different experience, though. In fact, Jed is no longer a ghost. Hurray! August was one of the busiest months that we had lately. In fact, most of my posts are scheduled posts where I made them earlier. Well, all my posts are actually scheduled posts <3. I love how technology makes our lives easier!
There are a lot of apps and websites that are fun to try and visit. Especially when it involves something about oneself. The irony of knowing our origin is reflected in knowing who we really are. But that would be a lengthy discussion, so why not just enjoy these apps and websites. Check out our results.
Work at home is the future for some professionals. It was way back in college, around 9 years ago, that my older brother mentioned this unconventional way of earning money at home, but I was not that interested and was skeptical at first because it is not suitable for my profession. Little did I know that my hidden talents have a high market value online.
They say blood is thicker than water. But I say a blood-borne disease is fatal and detrimental than a water-borne disease.
This caught my attention when Jed and I were strolling in town. This cafe used to be a bank that I used to know where I often accompany my dear friend Yeuniz for some bank errands way back in college. Located near the St. John the Baptist Parish Church in Taytay, Rizal.
“What is accidental from our perspective is specifically allowed by God” – Anonymous
“Ma’am, Sir, sure po kayong di kayo nag order ng rice para sa King Bee chicken? Ano po un, take out?” – Mr. Waiter
Jed and I are the self-proclaimed-epitomes of Yin and Yang. We met in an unlikely place and fell in love like we have loved each other for thousands of years ago. A lot of people judge us, but we don’t mind at all and we get even stronger and better. Hair flip!
Just a couple of days ago, I made some general cleaning with my storage boxes and found some old letters. I’m not sure how it got in there as I moved out from our old house years ago. These letters were from my closest friends, school mates and my past relationships. This was very timely as I was meaning to post one day an open letter to my past relationships but I could not figure out how to without sounding negatively as there were no closures for them all. Yup, poor me. 🙂