Friday, June 25, 2004


- Name: Rons
- Birth date: 27th of February
- Birthplace: Iloilo City
- Current Local: Iloilo
- Eye Color: Black
- Hair Color: black
- Height: 5’1
- Righty/Lefty: Righty
- Zodiac Sign: Pisces

Shoes you wore today: Tennis shoes
- Weakness: Book Sales
- Fears: Heights
- Perfect Pizza: Great Toppings

- Most overused phrase: Hay!
- First thoughts waking up: Can I sleep some more?
- Best physical feature: Nonexistent
- Bedtime: After 12
- Most missed memory: Love life

Love Interest: Kawayan De Guia!!!!!!

- Smoke: Nope
- Take a shower: Everyday
- Do you think you've been in love: Yeah! With Kawayan
- Want to go to college: Finished!
- Like(d) HS: Fave
- Want to get married: Basta si Kawayan, kahit ngayon na!!!
- Believe in yourself: Sure
- Play an instrument: Organ

In the past month...
- Drank alcohol: Nope
- Smoked: Nah
- Done a drug: Nope
- Gone to the mall?: At least 3x a week
- Eaten an entire box of oreos?: Not yet
- Eaten sushi: No
- Been on stage: No
- Gone skating: No
- Thought of Kawayan: As sure as the sun rises and sets!!!!


- Played a game that required removal of clothing:No
- Been trashed or extremely intoxicated: No
- Been caught "doing something": stupid? sure
- Been called a tease: Never

- Do you hope to be married: someday
- Describe your Dream Wedding: Basta ang groom si Kawayan
- How do you want to die: Having the man who loves me tell me that life has been sweet with me around in his life…haaaay

- Drugs taken illegally: None
- CDs that I own: alin dun?!
- Tattoos: No
- Things in my past that I regret: Too many to be remembered

Thursday, June 17, 2004

Make Me Smile, Pretty Please?!

One of the simple things that can make me giddy with excitement is when I receive e-mails from people I don't know. From fans of Kawayan, bloggers I randomly leave a comment on and from strangers that refuse to be identified. I don't know if some of them are just fooling around but nevertheless I'm thrilled. May nagbabasa nga ng blog ko! Yippeee!

Here's a Buddhist wisdom I came across with:

Fleeting is this world
Growth and decay its very nature
Things spring to being and again they cease
Happy the marvel of them and the peace.

My take on this? Find joy in the simplest of things.

My parents find joy everytime one of their orchids in our little garden would bloom...they love and openly admire the subtle look/beauty of a potted plant.

A friend of mine finds a reason to smile the whole day just by getting a glimpse of her crush. For some, finding a bargain like a t-shirt for 50 pesos.

In the grand scheme of things, the cheapest and the simplest things in life means the most. Have you ever heard of the expression, "Less is More?"

Mine is simply creating memories with family, friends and most especially with my doggies. He he he he

Saturday, June 12, 2004

01 | if you had more time alone, you would..
take photos

02 | if you could change anything about the world..
get rid of poverty

03 | if you had a plane ticket to anywhere in the world,
you would visit..

04 | if you could live anywhere in the world, you would live in..

05 | if you could ask God one question, it would be..
can I go to heaven?

06 | if you could, you would spend time with this famous person..
Elizabeth Taylor

07 | if you could be famous, you would like to be famous for..
my wits

08 | if you could magically change one thing in you it would be..
my near-sighted eyes

09 | if you were stranded on a desert island, you would want these three people with you..
Gabriel Garcia Marquez, a cook and Oprah

10 | the first thing you would do on a deserted island..
make an SOS sign

11 | if you were in prison, you would spend time..

12 | if you could erase one memory..
bad people in my life

13 | if you could choose your age of death..
doesn’t matter how old I am---as long as I’ve had a full life

14 | if you could bring back a person from the dead..
Ninoy Aquino

15 | if you were a beverage, you would be..
iced tea

School starts monday...another semester of reading and reading and eating out with life is one big circle of predictable woes and angst...ahahay!

Thursday, June 10, 2004


I find it interesting that I seem to be living in such interesting, momentous and historical times. It’s not that I have any role in any of it happening (or not)—but as a spectator and a speck that belongs in what we call humanity….well, it’s interesting.

Take for instance this transit of Venus that apparently happens once every hundred years or so---I wanted to watch it but my Mother warned me not to look directly at sunlight---which I would have to do if I wanted to see the darn thing! But considering that I could barely look straight with my nearsighted pair of barely-there-eyes---well, this I got to see on TV! Ahahay.

Well anyway, I was on a shopping mall the other day because I wanted a different set of frames for my eyeglasses and you know what I came across with? (Don’t hold your breath---it wasn’t that momentous. Or for that matter historical) There was a sale! And legions of Ilonggos were there to burn some calories, spend their fortune and haggle.

But take this into perspective: when you’re surrounded by so many people of different ages, sexual orientation and sizes---you’re bound to be people-watching; from Moms that speak English with their kids trying to keep up (or should I say—understand at all?!?) to boyfriends taking deep breaths in frustration and God-knows what from waiting for their girlfriends to get out of the fitting room. Whew! Some expressions are priceless, I tell you!


This election was the first time I ever voted. (I missed my first chance to do so a few years ago) and naturally, I wanted to see who won the not-exactly-envied position of the
President and the Vice President. Well now, it seems that I can do a lot of things before I know or by then, care to know—who won that is.

Take a deep breath…take a swim…view the beauty of the sea world…..etc….etc….etc...apparently, I can do a lot of things before I would know who won.

Something tells me that by the time Kingdom Come and Doomsday arrives…I would have done a lot more than debate this S&*! For Hours on end. Ahahay!


I have to this to say of our newly-eleected Senator Miriam Defensor Santiago ----------YIPPEEE!!!! Even if I don’t always agree with her, I just find her fascinating.

If only half of the personalities in Philippine politics could be just like her...we would have something to actually think about and watch on end! Haay.