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Friday, June 20, 2003
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This week's friday five:

1. Is your hair naturally curly, wavy, or straight? Long or short? I have short, wavy hair.
2. How has your hair changed over your lifetime? I started out with short hair that I grew long until I was 13 (til about 6 inches past my shoulders). The next year, I had it cut to a bob but grew it long pa rin. For the rest of my high school life, my hair was long enough to be tied back like a ponytail. On my freshman year in college, I had it cut again (chin-length I think) but grew it long again for my debut. Sophomore year, I had it cut really short and I kept it really, really short (almost bald) until I graduated from college. I still have short hair now but nowhere near as "almost bald" as before but I have no intentions of growing it long again.
3. How do your normally wear your hair? I wash my hair, dry it, put on combing cream, brush it and I'm set!
4. If you could change your hair this minute, what would it look like? Red.
5. Ever had a hair disaster? What happened? Back when I had long, layered hair. It was so unmanageable and I was too lazy to fix it so I always had it tied at the back of my hair.

For the past 2 nights, I've been sleeping at the New World Renaissance Hotel at Makati, beside Greenbelt 3. I was able to catch an early show screening of The Hulk yesterday afternoon and I thoroughly enjoyed myself. Ang Lee did a great job. He made me feel like I was reading the comic book while watching the original TV series while watching the 2003 movie. I really liked it. And it is way better than Spiderman.

Anyway, I spent most of my time at Powerbooks at Arnaiz Ave, buying numerous books, and Tower Records GB3, where I spent all my money buying CDs once again. Ack! I have no more money!

I had brunch yesterday with an old college friend, Mel, whom I haven't seen in more than a year, since our college graduation. I was supposed to get together with another college friend but we just couldn't match our schedules. Do you know how you'll know that you haven't seen a friend in a really long time? When you can't remember their voice. I talked to my other college friend briefly on the mobile to hopefully plan a "reunion" and, while I was talking to her, I was thinking, "This is how her voice sounds like. I've forgotten already." Geez.

I had a body massage (shiatsu) yesterday at the Fix Salon at First Aid at GB3. Oh it felt so good! I haven't had a body massage in around five months and my body has been calling out for it. My body's just too sore and needed to be relieved of all that stress, fatigue, and soreness. And the best thing about it: it only cost PhP500! Alright!
posted by Jax @ 3:50:00 AM  
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Name: Jax
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I am a freelance writer, editor and blogger.
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coffee shop I manage. I am also a graduate
student at AAU, studying film.
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