I know you
I’ve known you all my life
I’ve seen you fall and heard you cry
So many times
And I’ve always known what to say
On all your woes..
Seems like Morgan Freeman and I share the same passion for omelettes—and food, in general. (I guess I could say the same thing goes for Jack Nicholson)
Now everyone dreams of a love lasting and true
But you and I know what this world can do
So let’s make our steps clear that the other may see
And I’ll wait for you
If I should fall behind
Wait for me
And the day started with a fall down the stairs
—And a GINORMOUS bruise running down the side of her right thigh. *Ouch
Happy birthday, crazy :)
Eversince my mom died about three years ago, I’ve only dreamt of her 3, maybe 4 times at the most. In all those dreams not once did she talk to me, let alone see me. But last night, I dreamed of her again. In my dream, she was alive. The weird thing was I KNEW that she came back from the afterlife (for the lack of a less creepy word—sorry). The dream wasn’t creepy at all, though. It was as if I knew that THAT was my second chance to make things right, to make bawi. I don’t remember talking to her, all I remember was… After work I wanted so badly to buy pasalubong for her before I head home (worth P1,500 pa nga e). Then I vowed to myself never to take her for granted ever again.
Then I woke up. And that was that.
I think I’ll be living the rest of my life like this—regretting all the things I could have done for my mom, but never did. Wishing I could take back all the hurtful words I said in the past. All those times wasted arguing and fighting, and not talking for months at a time.
Bottomline is, while you still have your parents, forgive them for their shortcomings. Life is too short to live it with mutual and eternal dislike among family members. Even if you already have husbands and wives make sure you spend time with them. Call them, text them, remind them that they’re loved and never forgotten. Don’t wait for someone to die before you realize their value. Like I have.
Something to think about during the holy week :)
“Breakfast at Tiffany’s is a feast for the eyes, but it’s also a feast for the heart and soul. It’s got a real heartbeat to it, it’s got a tragic love story, I think that’s what makes the style of it resonate even more. It’s very accurate and very beautiful, what we say and how gorgeous we look.” — Emilia Clarke as Holly Golightly
Kit Harington, Maisie Williams, Rose Leslie and Natalie Dormer go to see Emilia Clarke in Breakfast at Tiffany’s on Broadway together, March 26th
Now, where you sit in the cafeteria is crucial because, you got everybody there. You got your freshmen, ROTC guys, preps, JV jocks, Asian nerds…
How brave of Coca Cola to release an ad like this. I am in AWE right now.
This isn’t sometimes
yeah, its for always
if I’m gonna love you wit all of my heart
and if there is no more time,
this always remains.
even as the world spins itself apart…
cuz i remember them days i waited so patiently
for god to bring someone who’s gonna be good to me
and then he blessed my soul
well, i traveled a long way
and it took a long time to find you…
but i finally found you…
i remember all them lonely days
i traveled out on my own
then you brought me everything
ya made my house a home
if its not the real deal then i dont know it
cuz it show does feel, and i think it sho does show
i remember all them days i waited so patiently
until god brought someone who’s gonna be good to me
and he blessed my soul…
But, I traveled a long way
And it took a long time…
to find you…but, i did find you…
and he blessed my soul….
There’s more to Aklan than Boracay :)