Allow me to bid farewell to my favorite pair of Sandugo slippers. It is now visibly run down after being with me in most of my adventures during the past years or so.
A friend of mine gave me an orc last year. It wasn't as repulsive as those in the Peter Jackson movies, as it came in a rather cute package. It is actually a Lego keychain.
I think it was my mother who inadvertently taught me how to tune a guitar. This was a time when my fingers were too small to sustain a chord, so I just watched her gently strum and then re-tune each string.
I somehow managed to gather my composure after how she described our campus and the college where I came from. I sipped my coffee and then just broke into a smile.
My very good friend, Louis Mark Plaza is celebrating his birthday today. Most of his friends usually look forward to this day either for the theme of his dinner party or his interesting wishlist.
A year after that fateful Thursday, I realized that God in his infinite wisdom, has a purpose for all our small troubles, for all our diseases and for all our pains.
We would like to greet Brinee Mae, an obedient daughter and a thoughtful sister, on her birthday today.
But the bottomline that I would like to underscore is just goal setting. It doesn't matter if it is written on a traditional medium or take an electronic form or only exist in your most trusted set of neurons in your head, as long as the discipline is there.
For those who have already fallen in love with Cebu in central Philippines, moving to Metro Manila is quite an unpopular decision.
May I grab this opportunity to thank my first company for looking after me for the last 5 years. I had a lot of firsts here which explains in part why it is quite hard for me to say goodbye.