Some Q’s

Pebrero 27, 2008
Been tagged again by Rhapsody. And since I have to pass it on, you gotta answer this, too WitchyBoop, Hitokirihoshi and Foo.
1. Three names you go by:
  • salve
  • avi
  • gumamela 😀

2. Three things you are wearing right now: usual office attire.

  • aqua blouse with some embroidered design
  • pants
  • slip ons

3. Five things you can’t live without:

  • mobile phone
  • books
  • money
  • friends and family
  • eyeglasses/contact lens (I’m bulag forever)

4. What’s your favorite cake?

  • choco cake

You must answer every question TRUTHFULLY!

  1. Are you currently in a relationship? 知らない 😀
  2. Have you ever been given a rose? Oo naman!
  3. What is your all-time favorite romance movie? Breakfast at Tiffany’s! “Two drifters off to see the world. There’s such a lot of world to see…”
  4. Have you ever been in love? kailangan pa bang itanong yan? 😀
  5. Do you believe that everyone has a soul-mate? 若しかしたら 😀
  6. What’s your current problem? the load of work I guess
  7. Have you ever had your heart broken? Ay, nangyayari talaga yun.
  8. Your thoughts of online or long distance relationship? You need to exert a lot of effort to make the relationship work.
  9. Have you ever seen a friend as more than a friend? Hell, no! That would be incest!
  10. Do you believe in the statement “once a cheater always a cheater”? Pag laging cheater, may psychological illness na yan. Time to seek professional help. 😀
  11. How many kids do you want to have? Two.
  12. What is/are your favorite color(s)? Yellow at the moment (Paint Me in Your sunshine!) and lilac sometimes.
  13. Do you believe you only love once? Are we talking about romantic love or love in general? 😀
  14. Are you and your ex friends? I don’t get the question.
  15. Imagine you’re 40, you have kids & your spouse just died, would you get re-married? I don’t think I would. Not for anything. I just don’t think I would ever.
  16. At what age did you start liking the opposite sex? Ay, matagal na! hahaha!
  17. What song do you want to be played at your wedding? I really love Charlotte Church’s “From My First Moment.” But it’s more of a song for parents or a mentor. Oh, well. Maybe it would do. Some violin music is fine also. I love the sound of the violin.
  18. Do you like anyone right now? Susme! Oo syempre!



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I Love Tuesdays

Pebrero 19, 2008

Because on Tuesdays, the traffic is lighter — even in EDSA, commuting is easy, and I get to work early.

Tuesdays give me a chance to have a descent breakfast because I have extra time (usually spent in traffic in other days) to eat my almusal.

On Tuesdays, I usually attend a movie premiere. And I love movies! I don’t mind if I get home a little late and the next day is a working day. 😀

Oh, I just LOVE TUESDAYS!


I’m Back!

Pebrero 17, 2008
I’ve been out of touch for more than a month! I didn’t realize it had been that long. But I’m back. A lot of things occupied my time the past month — at work, in my personal life, the family. So, how’s everybody? I hope your Valentine’s Day was great. Please tell me about it. And speaking of Valentine’s Day, this song was playing over the radio while I was on my way to work last Thursday.
I know it’s a mushy song but it was just perfect for the occasion! The lady sitting next to me was actually sighing, I swear! The one I listened to was a different version, by the way. Much better than Dusty Springfield’s (in my opinion). “Something in Your Eyes” is one of the songs in Claire dela Fuente’s new album. Listen to it. Fall in love.
Belated Happy Valentine’s Day! I’ll be in your blogs soon, people. And Rhapsody, I’ll do the tag really, really soon. I promise, I promise, I promise.

Looking Forward To

Enero 8, 2008
I watched some of the film entries in the recently concluded Metro Manila Film Festival (MMFF). What really caught my attention was the trailer of the full-length animated film Urduja that was being shown before the featured film. Here’s a glimpse to this upcoming movie:
According to legends, “Urduja” is a 14th century warrior-princess who ruled the Kingdom of Tawalisi in Pangasinan. She was famous for leading a group of woman warriors who were skilled fighters and equestrian. Historical reference to Princess Urduja can be found in the travel account of Ibn Battuta, a Muslim traveler from Morocco. He stopped by Tawalisi on his way to China and had known Princess Urduja.
Urduja will be in theaters some time this year. I will definitely see this one.