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LIKE GAUCHO (free man)

While listening to The Narrative’s “Eyes Closed”, I dug into my childhood memories.

When I was still on my innocent point of life, I used to own a piteousness of doves.

My Father together with my elder brothers made them some petite yet durable houses made of old pieces of wood atop our mango tree.

I couldn’t quite remember how they came in our backyard. I was too young to reminisce when or how they came.

However, I could still picture out a few details of what they looked like.

The glowing plumage around their wings. The dark hue wrapped around their body.

It was fun watching them.

Before and after school, I used to check them out.

I was entertained by their continuous flocking and their never ending acts of “birdyness”

I can remember how I thought that this flock of magnificent birds would stay with me til I grow up

Years past, the feeling of serenity in the mere sight of these birds are still in my mind.

I realized that; ” All things must come to an end…

that includes GOOD things as well”

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WATERLILY

LOGO for myself 🙂

I could still remember those times… back when I was in elementary ,I was like a floating flower in a river.

Unitl now, I’m always there… you can find anywhere.. just following the wind.

Not sure where am I going.

CONNECTION

Yeah, I really found myself here ,  at Ok Go’s music video.

AS of now, I’m really trying my best to continue… though I’m engaged into a burning situation (lol,)  While watching the video I had some realizations.

At this point in my life, I need to be stronger. It’s too early to give up just because of that ____, never mind his a bitch (hohoho, slight lang)

Yeah, I took it seriously, really, so I should accept my stupidity.

Oh that’s it I’m stupid 🙂

Anyway, Everything is connected. Just for example, If you’re going to wake up late during school days, of course , You’re going to face the consequences. What I’m trying to say is  that every small thing no matter how small it is, for sure it will affect you.

Just like from the video, the ending part will never happen if the first and middle part didn’t happen.

It’s the cycle of life.

Sometimes, were to busy with the larger pictures that we are unconsciously ignoring the simple things.

Now, I think I learned to value everything. And accept that  there’s a reason behind this stupidity and failure that I experienced.

DISTRESS.

by David Wyatt

WELCOME IN THE ISLAND OF DISTRESS.

It took me long to finally made this blog entry. Actually I’m really down and stressed out with my personal issues so this entry might sound nostalgic, sorry.

This picture obviously looks like adventurous and fictitious. How could a sea creature float in the air? did God recreated them or are they product of mutation!?

Anyway, I think its an ending of tremendous tragedy and at the same time a start of a new beginning.

I remembered this line which I heard from the television “hindi importante kung saan ka galing, ang importante ay kung saan ka pupunta.”

This tragedy in my journey really broke me apart. I really took it seriously so,  It’s also my fault 😦

Anyway, looking at the bright side, I still got my life so I need to continue though its tough to start all over again.

There’s this fear that “what if…” what if I failed again?

With that, I really thank my conscious part that keeps on reminding me that I can do this! I can sail again!

Failure is a part of fulfilling my dreams. And making choices is part of growing up.

I think that’s enough for now 😐

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THE PRODUCT

THE PRODUCT

Image

thinking buzz…. buzzz…

       

                                              I  N S P I R A T I O N

 

 

Just to make things CLEAR…

According from the instruction… “Play around”.

       

 

 

Nips – when I was in elementary, I used to think that its to        expensive. And now HOHOHOHO … no comment.  

Nars – doctor’s assistant, what else? hm… they’re in uniform, they   always wear shoes, some are unemployed and just hanging around.

Atis – you know it’s a fruit that looks like grapes oops! let me finish they are hard bounded grapes ok?  how ’bout the taste? well I can’t define it I have never tasted one so I’ll just leave it and forget it.

Sira– now its tricky so read well…

(1st) Sira- you know the specific one … fish.

(2nd) Sira- a general term for a dish or in tagalog “ulam”

(3rd) Sira- destroy

Nora- the TALL actress with dark-round annoying something in her face.  She shouted “Walang himala!”

Ratio– the long-time partner of proportion

Son– a product of  an X and a Y chromosome

Pin- simplified form of  Pinpin

Ant- an irritating, defensive and industrious insect (my idol)

 Rain– happens before the rainbow appears

Ion-  is an atom or molecule in which the total number of electrons is not equal to the total number of protons, giving it a net positive or negative electrical charge. (Don’t mess with the Gerly!) I love Pocari Sweat, a japanese soft drink and sports drink  so I love ions. HOHOHO

Art-  is fun!

YEe… even my niece is having fun with ART! :))))))))))))