I can still remember the day I found out your mom was pregnant with you and Chewy… it was APEC week and I only found out that she was pregnant a day before you were born. Sounds pretty strange for someone who sees her dog every day to not know this weeks before, right? Well […]Read more "To my angel"
The promise of tomorrow comforts her as she looked out the window; It’s raining and it’s a beautiful sight so she tried not to recall the events that occurred earlier today. She’s always loved the idea of change, but not today. Her room still looks the same; her books lay on the small wooden chair […]Read more "Lihim"
Two years back Maybe out of luck I’ve known it for a little while But still I’m here, I’m stuck I know what it feels like But why is it so That after two years I have never known There must be something Something I’m longing to hear So my lips refuse to say For […]Read more "In a Bind"
Although 2014 was the best year of my life (and favorite among all), 2015 has been nothing but amazing to me. 2014 was the year I started to break out of my shell but 2015 was the year I really stepped out of my comfort zone. There are a lot of things that happened to […]Read more "#2015"
So recently, Davao City’s Mayor Rodrigo Duterte announced that he will be running for President in the coming elections even when he mentioned before that he had no desire whatsoever to do so. He filed his COC for mayor in mid-October, which I and most other people believed was his final decision. But then again, surprise […]Read more "A Couple of Reasons Why I’m Not So Ecstatic About #Duterte2016"
Never in my life have I felt this kind of #sepanx (separation anxiety). Forgive me as this is going to be a lengthy post. July 10, 2015: the day I received my acceptance letter for the Harvard Project for Asian and International Relations – Asia Conference 2015. Just reading that acceptance letter felt so surreal […]Read more "HPAIRxManila"
I don’t normally post entries on my blog regarding issues like this because I always found my opinions irrelevant… but not today. I opened my Facebook this morning and the first post I saw on my News Feed was a news article written in Italian. One of my friends from Italy, Sara, shared the article […]Read more "Mediterranean Sea Tragedy"