Flowers

He sent me flowers! So happy! Thank you Lord!:)

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Ouch-y!

“Till I met you, I never knew what love is.”

I am not really sure if I am ready to talk about this or not. I know that I need an outlet of this pain in my heart. I don’t want to write about it. I don’t want to talk about it either. It is just too much to bear for me right now.

Oh dear, it seems like I can still see you, hear you, feel you even when you’re already gone.:-(

Take it or leave it?

Well, I had an extraordinary class today! It just came out of the blue. I didn’t expect to motivate my journalism students “that” way. It’s just that I care so much for them that I don’t want anyone to

Your choice, not mine! I already chose you!

fail. I want all of them to get an A in my class! Is it too much to ask? I’m not sure if my motivation technique worked but I hope that it did. Everyone wants to stay for good in my class. They promised to do better so we’ll see. I will continue to pray for them.:) Thank you dear Lord for the opportunity of teaching. Amen.

Heart Update: It feels like I want to give up however something is telling me to just hang on. I don’t expect anything it’s just that “this” is one of the reasons I smile beautifully each day. I am always excited and happy.

Prayer: Dear God, thank you for stopping the drizzle in my heart. Thank you for making me a teacher. Bless me, my family, friends, colleagues, and students with their families every day. In Jesus name. Amen.

 

Someone from High School

An old friend from one of the schools that is dear to my heart began corresponding with me for few weeks now. Honestly, we are not close friends. It was just in that school where we were before, everyone seemed to be your friend. As long as the person is not your enemy then that person is your friend. East Visayan Adventist Academy is the school I am talking about. Although I spent only two years of study in that school, I felt like it has a special place in my heart. Well, it really has. I certainly admired and appreciated the kind of environment it has. It’s not only beautiful but it is soooo beautiful –like you are so close to heaven. That school is like a big family–a real family. I can still vividly recall all the memories I had there. Sooooobrrraaanggggg dami! One is you have to wear skirts or pants on worships or at the caf. Gentlemen and ladies have to keep their distance–about few meters away from each other–while talking. Ooopppss..social nights? yeah, it was a trend there. It’s the only time that you can only hold hands with the one your heart pit-pats. Oh well, it is always nice to reminisce…

Let’s go back to this old friend I am talking about…Thanks to friendster…If not because of this site I won’t be able to get hold of the significant people in my life. Just imagine, if Friendster did not exist. Do you think we can communicate with our long lost friends? (Naks! Promotion eto!) Oh well, andami ng sidetrack ko. Alright, here we go…we communicated and then he asked me if we can meet. Shocks! Of all the things I am quite scared of is meeting people whom I haven’t seen for decades or more. I am afraid of what will be their first reaction when they see me again. Well, I have changed A LOT. I got bigger, taller and ..uglier. (huhuhu) I got these acne that is disturbing me a lot. Of all faces, why mine? (drama!) “It’s on the veins,” ika nga. It runs in my family and of the three children of my parents, I’m the super blessed to have these. When he asked me if we can meet, my heart pumped harder. “This can’t be,” I told myself. I can’t afford to go and present myself. “What will I say? What will I do? How will I behave,” those were the thoughts that played in my mind. Eventually, I decided to say YES. That day I was so nervous. I was not feeling well. (hehehe) Then, the most fearful text came to my mobile phone. Guess what was it? It was the message telling me that he’s already there in our meeting place. Hhuhuuhuhuhuhuuu! I did not know what to do. I gathered all my courage and decided to see him. I felt weak and clumsy while walking towards him. Then, I just told myself to relax and be myself. Guess what happened? I managed to talk to him, laugh with him and dine with him. It was such a great night! I had a super great time! It was as if we were really that close before. It’s really different when you share some common things in life. Anong common? Sympre studying in that superb academy…EAST VISAYAN ADVENTIST ACADEMY- we stand to honor thee… hehe.

Well, that is all I can share and the rest is already a secret. Bwahahahahahahah!

God bless!

Lesson learned: When unexpected things come your way, trust in the Lord. Just be yourself. Besides, there’s more to oneself than acne. Tama ba?

Posted on on February 5th, 2007

Unexpected

“Life is full of surprises” is one of my favorite lines and I agree to it 101%.  We don’t know what will happen.  We may have planned everything perfectly but still some things happen unexpectedly.  I guess it’s not on how we planned things in our lives that is so significant but I guess it is how we carry on unexpected things that come our ways.  Another thought that is playing on my mind is a text message from a friend…”high school life is different but what matters most is now, right?”  well, that friend is correct…i was just trying to argue that we were not close friends when we were in high school while now we are behaving this way…i must admit that when we get older we get to be more matured in dealing with some things…of course, we can’t just put a bubble gum under a chair or slap one’s face or even pull one’s hair now that we are older…what is really important is that there are some common things that people share that keeps them together as if they were close before…what i am trying to say here is that…we should never close our doors for people who are interested to befriend us..i have said this before and i’m going to say this again…life is all about relationships..degrees, career, fat bank account is nothing if we don’t have someone to share it with…like our family, friends or even special someone…just an advice to workaholic people: MANAGE YOUR TIME WELL..YOUR CAREER WON’T TAKE CARE OF YOU WHEN YOU GET OLDER…THEREFORE, MAINTAIN A GOOD RELATIONSHIP WITH PEOPLE DEAR TO YOUR HEART AND MOST OF ALL KEEP GOD AS YOUR FIRST PRIORITY IN LIFE. Who knows? The person sitting close to you in the office is the one meant for you…Hahaha…Just a thought! The Bible says, “Do good anyway…”

Posted on on February 12th, 2007

You are so special to me

Wow! I can’t believe those words that have been emailed to me by a friend. He says I am special to him and he wants to find a way to stay in my life.  Shocks my hair! How could this be? I mean how could he consider me special to him? How could he ever wanted to stay in my life? My life? Yes, my topsy-turvy life.  Well, I would just accept him and welcome him into my life.  How can I resist someone like him? Tell me? Of course, you cannot because you don’t know him.  This is just a secret and only people who are dear to my heart knew him and the love story I share with him. Hehe.

Anyways, I am just so flattered for what he has said.  I have a high regard on this man.  It is indeed my prayer that he will continue to be a blessing to everyone that he will come in contact with.

His coming into my life is one of the best gifts the Lord gave me last year and I thank Him for continually blessing our friendship.

How about you there? How’s life? How’s love? How’s your heart? Well, take everything to God in prayer.

Posted on on February 17th, 2007