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21 June 2010 @ 04:31 pm
What is your favorite weird food combination? Have your friends ever tried it or do you only eat it in private?

I LOVE eating french fries and dipping it in vanilla soft serve ice cream (preferably Mc Donald's).
I feel: draineddrained
02 June 2010 @ 12:14 pm
How do you recover from a bad break-up? The proverbial pint of ice cream? Quality time alone? Going out with friends? What are your personal healing strategies?

Lots of tears, lots of alone time, lots of conversations, and A-L-C-H-O-H-O-L.
I feel: tiredtired
18 May 2010 @ 03:36 am

I have already accepted the fact that I'm a disgusting person.
I feel: awakeawake
15 April 2010 @ 09:55 pm
It's sad how you can tell someone everything, laugh with them about nothing, whine to them about anything, and feel closer to them then anyone in the world.

Then suddenly you're two strangers again, suffering through uncomfortable silences and just trying to get through a conversation.

I hate it when that happens.
I feel: listlesslistless
13 March 2010 @ 12:31 am
I told Chriselle last night:

"I'm telling you. He's going to get hotter by the middle of the movie. Mamamatay pekpek mo."

Namatay nga. Akin rin eh.
I feel: gigglygiggly
18 October 2009 @ 12:17 pm

I miss you and love you everyday, Daddy.

I still can't believe that a year ago, the man in my life, my hero took his last breath and walked on to a better world.

If someone told me early last year that by the end of 2008, I would'nt get to hear my Dad's laugh or get to hug him again, I would have just shook my head and wagged my finger at the possibility.

When we were in the hospital, there was one night when I couldn't sleep so I just settled myself on the couch and read a book. I heard my Dad moving in bed so I shifted up to check on him and there he was, sitting up, glasses on, reading a book as well.

"Hi Daddy."
"Hi Kadick, can't sleep?"
"No, what about you? Go to sleep na, get some rest."
"I've been sleeping the whole day eh. You should get some rest. I know you're tired."

I remember thinking how unfailingly kind he was, how much he put others ahead all the time. Who, despite their pain and suffering would think about the needs of someone else? My Dad, that's who.

It's unbelievable how much he went through in his life and how little I knew about them. Of course, I remember all the stories but I had no idea that there were still more to find out. His achievements, his generosity, his kindness, his honesty can't be compared. And the fact that he never showed them off makes them even more special.

A year ago, I was getting ready to go to the hospital and as I came back from the bathroom, I saw missed calls from the hospital phone. Thinking it was the usual, "Where are you" questions, I didn't call back and resumed to dressing up as fast as I could.

Then, my phone rang again.
"Your Dad is gone. Your Dad is gone." Our helper, Erica repeated hysterically.

I felt the wind knocked out of me as I fell on my chair.
"Just come here. Your Dad is gone. Your Dad is gone."
Then she hung up.

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I feel: sadsad
30 September 2009 @ 11:02 am
What was your least favorite subject in grade school? What was your favorite? Did your love or hatred of those subjects change with time/age?

I hate math. I still hate math.
I love and will always love English.

But yeah. Math. GROAR.
I feel: blankblank
29 September 2009 @ 12:34 am
Are you competitive when you play games like Trivial Pursuit or Monopoly? Have you ever gotten into a serious argument over a game?

No. I remember playing "Guesstures" with a friend and her boyfriend eons ago though and she was screaming her ass off because he kept fucking it up. I got mad at her and told her it's just a game. Which it is.

Now....playing Tekken with sore losers is another story. :P
I feel: contemplativecontemplative
25 September 2009 @ 05:41 pm
Did you ever say anything to someone in anger that you lived to regret? Did you apologize? If so, did it bring you closer?

Of course I have, I don't think anyone is spared in doing this at least once in their lives. And it depends on what was said and done if things got better afterwards.
I feel: exhaustedexhausted