You told me I’m the love of your life. That you wanted to spend the rest of your life with me. That you were going to leave everything behind and move to the other side of the world for me. That you were going to try your hardest for us. Because I’m the love of your life. The definition of that to you is quite funny, don’t you think? One week of going long-distance, and you cheat on the love of your life? HA HA.
Revising for my upcoming theory exam for my driving. I am absolutely petrified about this since I haven’t thoroughly prepared myself for it. I have been, let’s just say, unenthusiastic about it. I mean, I definitely do want to pass and get myself a driving license. But it is just that the whole process is tedious. Why can’t we have it all easy-peasy, like in the Philippines?
Anyway, I have not been behind the steering wheels for weeks and I am terribly missing it! (I do hope I still remember what to do.) There is that different kind of feeling when I am the one driving a car — I feel more safe! Haha! And I don’t feel as sick as much as I do when I travel by bus.
Man, I miss driving. I wish I will pass this exam so I can go and focus for the BIG FISH! The practical. God, please give me strength!
…one of those rare moments you’ll see my face in this blog.
Jenny (jsevilla) and I (the one in the blue coat), goofing around the Harry Potter Studios.
I am quite annoyed that the lady pressed the shutter before my hand could even “touch” the car’s ceiling. It ruined the whole GPOY “don’t let go of the manibela omfg we are gonna dieee” photo edition of me and Kat. Pff! But, nevertheless, t’was one of the most amazing part of our tour. Ha ha!
On internet relationship
Thing is, I don’t believe that there’s any such thing as an internet relationship. You cannot fall in love with someone over the internet.
The reason I say this is because one day, you’ll have to actually see each other and start a true relationship. Yes, sometimes you can meet and the transition is very natural and easy, but oftentimes, the transition isn’t easy and you can’t blame the other person for that. You cannot blame anyone if they can love you online but they can’t do the same in real life and because of that distinction, there is no such thing as love found online. There is an online love, but it’s not the same as real love. It only becomes real if you can make the transition.
And even if you do make the transition to loving each other once you’ve physically met, you’ll see that it’s not the same thing as what you share online. So for me, an online relationship is no more than a shadow of what could possibly happen. No matter how you swear you love each other over the internet, the end goal is not to just know each other over the internet, the end goal is to be with each other in reality. So any internet relationship is merely passing time until you get the chance to actually meet.
But by all means, you should meet this person and see if you can make the transition. If you don’t, you’ll never be able to get the notion out of your head that you should be with that person and that will make it impossible to be with anyone else.
— Mark J. Macapagal | The Manila Times
Maybe people are right. Maybe it is impractical, stupid and tragic to fall in love with a person you never knew that long and lives a thousand miles away from you. Maybe it will end up bad. Maybe I will get my heart crush in the long run. Maybe I’ll cry a lot. But it’s my life. These are my choices. These are my feelings! If everything fails? At least I fail trying!
“I believe that a strong marriage, is worth working for.”
One of the things I love about the underground tube is the ad and poster you’d see on the walls. They are nothing special really. But they are sometimes those kind of advert that lets you ponder when you’re too preoccupied to catch your train.
Not So Special
I think I held onto you because of some vague idea that unattainable love was unique and romantic. Watching everyone share their stories has taught me something important - you’re not so special.
Say hello to my new desktop wallpaper! Haha. I was greatly astonish when I knew that Alessandro Lindblad, or commonly known as Alesso, is just around my age. I’m older than him by 6 months, but this guy is already making it big. (Not that I have mad skills like him, but y’know.) He is one of the most renowned DJ and EDM producer around the globe, and he was pioneered by Sebastian Ingrosso of the Swedish House Mafia.
He is basically one talented 21 (turning 22 this July, hehe) year old DJ that I laid my eyes on. And I now posses a strong affection towards this gorgeous human being. Thus making him my current desktop wallpaper. Andami ko pang sinatsat. Haha!