Must be fate then. Read on.

Guess who just got a Passion Planner?

| February 12, 2016

My Passion Planner has arrived!! Months ago, I applied to their Pay-it-Forward program, pledging that I will one day sponsor a Passion Planner to someone else when I’m in a better position to do so. I had already forgotten all about my application until a few days ago when they emailed to tell me that [...]

From ‘Pink Slime’ to the Napoleses

| August 14, 2013

  This is old but I got to see it again when the fiancé sent me an article that contained the clip, along with a loving—and also half-joking—reminder for me not to eat McDonald’s burgers. I had been frequenting the fast food chain to chat with him in recent weeks. The Bunny knows I rarely [...]

Remembering Scott

| January 6, 2013

In my almost five years with PSA, I feel incredibly lucky that I have built quite a collection of fond memories with Scott–this I realized over the past weeks. Scott was a very unconventional boss, one moment grumpy, the next funny, and sometimes, even sweet. He was a mentor and a friend, and I join [...]

Moving On

| May 5, 2012

As all things must come to an end, so has my time with PSA. Today is my first day as a bum and I shall mark it by posting my farewell email to my colleagues.   All, It has come time for me to move on. I have nothing but sincere gratefulness for the years [...]

My 2010 Year-Ender, Decade-Ender

| December 31, 2010

For most people, a complete cycle consists of seven years. In my life though, it’s ten. The end of a decade always brings me major changes. Every ten years, an important period in my life ends just as another begins. I have come to expect it. The first decade of my life was not a [...]

Weekly Gratefulness List (July 19-25, 2009)

| July 24, 2009

To be honest, I was tempted not to write a list for this week. It’s difficult to be grateful when you’re hurting so much. But maybe I’d feel better after this. This week, thank you for: – friends who would attempt to comfort and/or distract me. Not always successful but I really appreciate the effort. [...]

Quota Reached. Better Luck Next Lifetime.

| July 23, 2009

Time to accept the fact that there are things I will never be good at, no matter how hard I try. Time to quit. Besides, I have reached my quota of heartbreaks in this lifetime. So that’s it. I am never falling in love again. *accepts defeat *throws towel in There will always be things [...]

Major Life Decisions

| July 17, 2009

Lately I have been thinking of major life decisions. From buying a house to migrating to quitting my job and going back to school full-time. Maybe I have reached that age of finally wanting to know exactly where I’m headed, if I were in fact headed anywhere. Maybe I had too much free time while [...]

Up for Grabs!

| July 6, 2009

Consistent with my theme of decluttering for the past week, I am looking for people who would like to have the following: (For Teachers) Materials/Notes on: 1. Teaching English as a Second/Foreign Language 2. World Lit 3. Shakespeare 4. Oriental Lit 5. Philippine Lit 6. Art Appreciation (For Collectors/Writers) 1. Old Issues of Malate Literary [...]

A Gift of Words and Images

| July 4, 2009

As previously mentioned, I am giving away my used books as presents. I figured the books will have a much better fate with other people than sitting on my shelves gathering dust. Now that college buddy Ronna is moving back to Fiji, I thought of giving her Andew Motion’s collection of poems titled “Salt Water” [...]