Sunday, April 29, 2007

saw this in did's blog...

reading on hours on end seems to have taken their toll on me...i'm starting to feel sick of looking at the same faces and staying in the same room every single day....something tells me I'll be blogging more than I ever did, now that my life is so regimented. haaaay...

wanted to watch a movie, but my roommate is intent on topnotching the bar hehehehe
so i'm left with the feeling of wanting to pull my hair hehehe
hopefully i'll find one of the girls in a better mood for outside entertainment....

been wanting to jog around, considering this is U.P.D. where jogging is an obsession for some...if only i had the drive to have my fat ass running around and sweating like hell...hmmmm, living on the fourth floor of Kalinaw, walking a short distance everyday and staying on the fourth floor for review seems to suffice as my "exercise" around here....

read in a newspaper about a bunch of kids wanting to educate the electorate hmmmm

anyway, sen's having his fun day today, company summer outing
la lang

i'm just hungry

these made me smile:

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Friday, April 27, 2007

After a few crying sessions on the phone and "teary days" shared with the girls, life in Diliman seems bearable. I no longer cry, sniff or blow my nose. hahahaha

If only I had someone to go to movies with on some days or even to Baclaran man lang or some other churches. Hmmmmm (Sino kaya ang lokong pwede? hahahaha)

It's true what they say about bar reviewees, they become more religious than they've ever been in their life when their reviewing.

The routine of the day is this:
Review: starts either at 9am or 12 noon until 4pm or 7:30 or 8:30
Sundays are free!!! Thank God! And some days in any given month.

Stilll thinking about going home on July....might not.
But then again, A.M. may never call me again.

But he'll be here June. So we'll see.

In a few days I\ll change my template. Again, no promises.
After Ben commenting about my red-colored texts against my green background...well, it IS pathetic. hahaha

It's raining outside.
Would have been great to eat ice cream with him.

I can only hope. hehehehe

For now, a smile from a stranger will do,
or an unexpected text or
a call from a friend.

Tuesday, April 10, 2007

going to Mla on the 14th...
the bf is coming along but only for two days huhuhuhu

i guess we have to make do (sniff sniff)

i wonder what mla life would be again...i lived and studied in Diliman before, but God knows it's different this time...hmmmm

anyway, we got a studio-type condo-ish (if that's possible hehehe) in the heart of U.P. campus so everything's a walk-away drama...

i'll miss my dogs...

i'll miss ma and tsin...

i'll miss eating out with my boyfriend...hon, ice cream (wink wink *grin*)

i'll even miss the flower horns...imagine!!!!!


the things you do for a better life...
better pay.....
better shit to face hahahahaha


i'll miss old Iloilo (sniff)

1. "Stop all shame, blame and criticism. Instead ask for what you want in a clear, specific and positive manner, and express appreciation for your partner. To elaborate: Men need to feel competent—that they make a contribution and that it is noticed."
— Harville Hendrix, PhD, author of Getting the Love You Want

2. "Change from a critical habit of mind, in which you're very involved with your partner's mistakes, to a positive one, in which you catch him doing something right."
— John M. Gottman, PhD, author of The Relationship Cure: A 5 Step Guide to Strengthening Your Marriage, Family, and Friendships

3. "When your relationship starts to break down, you need AAA: an Apology, Affection, and a promise of Action. You say you're sorry for what you've said or done to hurt or disappoint your partner. You immediately offer a hug, a kiss—some meaningful gesture of warmth. You pledge to do something that matters to your partner."
— Mira Kirshenbaum, psychotherapist and author of The Weekend Marriage

4. "With books on the market like How to Make Love Like a Porn Star, one of the greatest services you can do for a guy is to reassure him that he doesn't have to make love like a porn star. You can show him how to have sex like a woman: creative, sensual, non-genital-based, and more pleasure- than orgasm-focused."
— Ian Kerner, PhD, author of She Comes First

"All relationships grow a bit stale as time goes by, and the longer-lasting they are, the staler they can get. The best thing you can do is pump in some fresh air. A long weekend in a romantic hideaway would be ideal, but even a few hours in a motel helps. Don't tell anyone where you are, turn off your cell phones, and unplug the TV. When you get home, you'll find your relationship has acquired ruddy cheeks."
— Dr. Ruth Westheimer, psychosexual therapist and author of 52 Lessons on Communicating Love