Don’t be Afraid

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Don’t be afraid of starting over, of taking your time with someone new. Don’t be afraid of change. Of letting go of the people who keep doing you wrong. Those who keep on giving you stress and who keep on causing depression. Who bring more darkness than light. Who always doubt you. Who always have something bad to say. We don’t need that type of shit in our life.

When truth finally hits you…

When we say that we know someone well, how much do we really know about that person? Knowing someone can be a blessing, but it can also be a curse at times.

Relationships that start without any foretelling signs or motives are always right. However, every person will eventually encounter a “defining” moment and these moments will make them reveal their true colors.

Once in your life, there’s someone who you can just love and love and love, no matter what.

..always be more than one

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It’s a total lie to say there’s only one special person you’re gonna be with for the rest of your life. If you’re lucky and if you try really hard, there will always be more than one.

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Yeah, It Still Hurts!

It only takes a few seconds to hurt the people you love and it can take years to heal. If only the word “sorry” can heal the pain. If only it can erase all the bad memories. If only it can undo everything.

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Cafe Lupe, Antipolo

Café Lupe Restaurant was established in 2003 by Mr. Alvin M. Carranza. The first Café Lupe Restaurant was located along Guadalupe Bridge and within Guadalupe Seminary because the owner is a devotee of Our Lady of Guadalupe. Their menu is a Filipino-Mexican fusion, from tacos, paella, quesadillas to kare-kare.

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La Vie Parisienne

First trip with friends for 2017 – Cebu. This trip was booked last year. Our dear friend Krizia, booked us on different flights based on the availability of seats. So the 1st trip was at 5.55pm, next is at 9:45 then 11:45 pm. We tried our chances at the 9:45 pm flight so we arrived earlier in Cebu, enough time to meet with our friend.

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I Thought You Were The One

“For a moment there, I thought he was the one. I thought he was going to be my knight in shining armor but I was wrong. My false beliefs led me to false hopes and momentarily happiness. We weren’t official, yes. But that title was nothing for me, I didn’t care what label we had because he made me feel assured to the point that he would call me in the middle of the night, drunk and telling me that he loves me while I, was stupid to believe him. Continue reading “I Thought You Were The One”

What would you correct from your past to save the future?

“At times it may seem as though you and your past are one. Sometimes we fail to differentiate between what has happened to us and who we are today. If you have a hard time getting beyond that damaging mindset let me encourage you right now. You are not your past Although you are changed and shaped by past experiences who you were yesterday does not control the person you have the potential to become tomorrow.”
― Sue Augustine, When Your Past Is Hurting Your Present

Past is past, you cannot change it! All you can do is look forward to the future. That’s what they always say BUT how can you look forward when every time you decide for your future, you will always be haunted by memories especially when you are alone and vulnerable? Well, I think that’s the consequences of the spicy, sweet mistakes you’ve done before.

If given a chance to fix half of it, I will always remind myself these things:

1. Consult GOD for everything

2. Listen to your parents

2. Love yourself first

3. Learn how to say NO and;

4. Don’t talk to strangers

By sticking to these rules, I guess, my future is saved!

Hope this helps Ladies and Gents. *wink

Crooked but Colorful

Life is like a colorful zigzag line, sometimes crooked but it is where the fun starts. In some point of that zigzag road, we met people who are either meant to be in our life or we met them to make us realize how lucky we are for having things or someone that we have now. For all the people I’ve met, talked to and I’ve shown interest to but didn’t have the chance to know me well, still, thank you. Thank you for your time and the little joys that we’ve shared a bit.

If you are watching How I Met Your Mother, an American comedy/drama sitcom, probably you know Robin. Everyone has their own Robin, a person that you loved so much but you cannot be with. And whoever you met, whatever you do, it’s nothing compared with life with Robin.

Aztec top and skirt from Bread & Butter. Flats from Parisian.

Accessories from a local shop: TheWearHousePH.

As what my friend says, “We don’t meet people by accident, they are meant to cross our path for a reason.”