[Note: I'm trying not to cry while typing this, okay? Sorry if it's too long but I just need to let my heart out.] I know some of you will agree that Sir Roberto Mata was one of the best history teachers I had, especially because of his puns and jokes. I thought he was … Continue reading Sir Mata
GAGO. NAPAKAGAGO. PAASA. TANGA. ISANG HALIMBAWA NG TAONG HINDI DAPAT MAHALIN. PERO MINAHAL KO. AT MAHAL KO PA RIN. TANGINA. *flies away
"she always looked so happy, maybe that's why I didn't see."
It took God a score and six years of waiting. It took me three quarters of a year of mixed feelings. It took a miracle for a new life to begin. You were born - that's when. One cry, one smile, one hello to this world. All fears, all pains, All efforts paid off. That's … Continue reading Happy 18th! Love, Mama
Being too neutral has so many disadvantages. Even though it makes me look like I'm open to new ideas and beliefs, it makes me look too indecisive. It makes others think that I am not mentally prepared for a certain issue or struggle. But it isn't anything like that. As a person who always keeps her … Continue reading Neutral Me
August 7, 2015 Dear Diary, Pasensya ka na at wala pa akong matinong ipapangalan sa 'yo. Masyado kasi akong overwhelmed sa mga pangyayari ngayon. Maganda ang araw ko ngayon. First day ko nga pala bilang isang opisyal na college student. Grabe. Nakakapagod din pala kahit puro class policies at university rules ang itinalakay ng ilang … Continue reading August 7, 2015
It was never in my plans. It was not in my dreams. My childhood goal was to become an architect to build a home where my family and I could live in happily. However, God gave me opportunities that made me realize who I am and what will I be. I then knew that I … Continue reading About the Development Journalist: