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Friday, January 30, 2004
Yahoo! Photos
Ok. Loyrces told me that she couldn't view the pictures from A Long Expected Party using the link I gave. So I did some tweaking again and here they are. The pictures, I mean. You can view them here. Enjoy!
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Zodiacal Zephyr: Acrophonology
There's this site called Acrophonology which analyzes your name and tries to find the meaning hidden within the letters of your name.

This is what I got:

My first name:

You have a love of travel and adventure, and you enjoy sports. You also have a very strong sense of fair play and want justice. You have much enthusiasm with a driving attitude toward achievement in life. You are clever, inventive, imaginative and youthful. You enjoy socializing. You have a diplomatic flair to your nature. Equality and fairness are important to you. Your independence and freedom are important to you. You can handle details well. You have a methodical mind. You have a need to be up front. You must learn to give 'wise' service and not be a martyr.

My middle name:

You are an overly sensitive person, often falling into a savior-martyr role. You are very skeptical and have more than your share of bad luck. You have a need to be up front. You are a constructive thinker. You have a need for monetary security. You have a great deal of loyalty to those you love. You have much inner strength. You enjoy a challenge. You can take thought-directed actions. You have a need to be up front.

My last name:

You have much enthusiasm with a driving attitude toward achievement in life. There is a need to learn flexibility; a need to find your own identity. You can be quite inventive and quite curious. You have a lack of confidence in your mental abilities and do not like being forced into giving your opinion. You are a hard worker when you make up your mind to do a job. You have a need to be up front. You try to be prudent. You have good business acumen.

I have to say a lot of them are right on track. To check out yours, go here.
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I'm not a fan of poetry. There are a few poets I like but I don't go out of my way to look for them. They seem to have a way of finding me. Like this one, for example. My friend recommended I check out Rumi. And let me tell you, Rumi is an amazing poet. Why don't you check out

I leave you with one of his poems.

You who have invited me to your house! lead the way!
I am so bewildered, I do not know the way home.
You who have enchanted the city and the village alike!
Where is the house? show it to me! I do not know the way home.
How do you expect knowledge, of the one who is not even alive? Come forward! do not hurt me anymore! I do not know the way home.
O glorious musician! play your drum with your hands
Play this tune to my heart's content:

I do not know the way home.

(Divan 1465:1-3, 6)

--Translated by Fatemeh Keshavarz,
'Reading Mystical Lyric: The Case of Jalal al-Din Rumi',
University of South Carolina Press, 1998.--
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Thursday, January 29, 2004
To all the guys out there, particularly from the 20-35 range: What are the websites you frequent? Let me know!
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There are two movies that I am dying to watch right now: Lost in Translation and Thirteen.

And there is one DVD that I want to get a copy of soon: The Pianist.

Have you watched these movies yet?
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Tuesday, January 27, 2004
The list of Oscar nominees for this year are out!

Lord of the Rings: Return of the King leads the pack with 11 nominations including Best Picture and Best Director.

Master and Commander: Far Side of the World follows with 10 nominations including Achievement in Cinematography, Costume, Directing, Editing and Sound Editing.

Cold Mountain follows with six nominations including Best Actor in a Leading Role for Jude Law (!) and Best Actress in a Supporting Role for Renee Zellweger.

Lost in Translation follows with 4 nominations including Best Director and Best Writing (Original Screenplay) for Sofia Coppola.

Best Picture

Nominated are ROTK, Mystic River, Lost in Translation, Master and Commander and Seabiscuit. Personally, I've only watched ROTK and Seabiscuit and between the two of them, I like ROTK more. Of the 5, Lost in Translation is the only movie that has yet to be shown in local cinemas. Master and Commander and Mystic River were shown here last November and December, respectively, but I wasn't able to catch both. Some people say they're both good but I really can't say for sure because I haven't seen them. Does anyone know when they're going to be released on DVD?

Best Directing

Nominated are Katia Lund & Fernando Meirelles for City of God, Peter Jackson for Lord of the Rings: Return of the King, Sofia Coppola for Lost in Translation, Peter Weir for Master and Commander: The Far Side of the World and Clint Eastwood for Mystic River. Two favorite (for me): Peter Jackson and Sofia Coppola. Although I would prefer if Peter Jackson won this one.

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I think, once and for all, someone (I don't really know who) should define what freedom really is all about. I think so many people use it so loose to the point of abuse.

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Sunday, January 25, 2004
Tagaytay with TBC
I had the most amazing time in Tagaytay this weekend with my friends! Despite all the coughing and sneezing, we, in our usual form, wreaked havoc amongst our neighbors once again. There were only five of us (out of 15!) but it's okay.

It's just amazing to know that no matter how long you've been apart, when you meet up with your true friends, it's almost like a day just passed by. I don't have to talk yet they know exactly what I'm thinking. I just love my high school friends! They are the greatest people in the world and I wouldn't change them for anyone or anything.

Of course I brought my digicam with me and I have pictures of myself with my friends, Tin, Macis, Con, Ida and Ida's baby, Alex. Check out the pictures here and just click Next to see the other pictures.
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Thursday, January 22, 2004
I am so sick right now. I have sore throat, dry cough and a runny nose. Last night, my head was aching so much and it hurt more whenever I coughed, which was almost all the time.

I think this is a direct way of my body telling me I need to stop. I haven't taken a breather since the holidays and my body can't handle it anymore. So now, I've been at home for two days, trying to rest and recharge my body. I have to! I'm going up to Tagaytay with my friends this weekend and I have to be well enough to have a good time with them!

I haven't been with my friends for so long and I really miss them. Hay. Kaya I have to get better!
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Pippin's Song:

Steward of Gondor

"Home is behind,
The world ahead
And there are many paths to tread
Through shadow
To the edge of night
Until the stars are all alight

Mist and shadow
Cloud and shape
Hope shall fail
All shall fade"

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A Long Expected Party
A Long Expected Party

Last January 17, 2004, the 2nd Science Fiction & Fantasy Convention, A Long Expected Party, was held at the Powerplant Mall. Booths featuring Harry Potter, Lord of the Rings, The Matrix and Star Trek were present.

Volunteers in costumes were walking around, making the convention seem like another world. There were wizards and witches from Hogwarts, Arwen, Frodo, the Witch King, Trekkies.

Check out some of the pictures I took. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5.
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Wednesday, January 21, 2004
Ever since I watched Lord of the Rings: Fellowship of the Ring in January of 2002, I have wanted it to win Best Picture, Best Director for Peter Jackson or both at the major film awards. Sadly, the movie, along with the 2nd part of the trilogy, The Two Towers, were snubbed both times. This time though, with Return of the King, it has a very good chance of winning
Best Picture AND Best Director.

That is, until now.

I was able to catch the 3:30p screening of The Last Samurai starring Tom Cruise and Ken Watanabe at the Powerplant Mall and, without any expectations, I was deeply moved. Watch out, Peter Jackson! You've got some major competition right here.

What an amazing movie. It almost left me speechless at the end (almost because I just kept saying what an amazing movie it was). Although Tom Cruise got a Best Actor nomination for this, I think the true star of the movie was none other than Ken Watanabe, who plays the lord of the Samurais, Katsumoto. If you don't know, The Last Samurai is about the transition of Imperial Japan to the modern world. I have so much praise for this movie that it's hard for me to go on because I still want Peter Jackson to win. Oh well. We'll find out on January 26 (Manila time) for the Golden Globe results and March 1 (Manila time) for the Oscars results.

Since our dad followed us at the Powerplant Mall today, I was able to drag him to buy some books at Fully Booked and we bought a copy of Dan Brown's Da Vinci Code. So many people have been recommending this and well, in short, I was intrigued. Once again, my list of books to read has grown longer, with the addition of Charles Frazier's Cold Mountain and Jeffrey Eugenides's Middlesex.

My sister also bought the Return of the King OST and I'm listening to it right now while recalling all the memorable scenes from the movie, including the part where Pippin sings a song for Lord Denethor and Faramir goes back to Osgiliath. That is one of the most touching scenes in the movie. It was so heartfelt and full of emotion.

By the way, did I mention here that I have a new crush? It's BILLY BOYD! Yes, he is crush now, after seeing him in ROTK. He's just so cute! And his smile is so endearing! Ahahay!

Oh! I ran into my friend whom I haven't seen in 7 months earlier today and wow. Wala lang, it was just so good to see her again!

Grabe, it' still early but my eyelids are so heavy already I think I'm going to sleep in awhile. Hard to do since I have so much stuff to do pa. Oh well. Those can wait til tomorrow.
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Tuesday, January 20, 2004
80s Movies
Having only lived the first nine years of my life during the 80s, there aren't too many things I really remember.

However, there are three things that I will always equate the 80s with: fashion, movies and music. I'm really really glad that I was still a kid during the 80s. I never really went through that "big hair" phase, the headband, the off-shoulder loose shirt paired with leggings in contrasting and bright colors. I think the only evidence fashion-wise that I lived in the 80s were my hi-top rubber shoes. I can't say the same for my older girl cousins though. Because during the 80s, they were teenagers and they went through that phase. I have pictures of them with big hair, big blouses with shouler pads paired with too-long-to-be-shorts-but-too-short-to-be-pants bottoms. I shudder at the thought.

The music of the 80s is the one that I always go back to. Music from Madonna, Michael Jackson, Culture Club, Bananarama, Bangles, Cyndi Lauper, Spandau Ballet, etc. are some of the music that I still look for every now and then. These are the songs I sing with my friends and dance to (privately) at videoke bars. Songs like Love in the First Degree, True Blue, Bad, Karma Chameleon are just some of the few tunes we sing over and over again.

80s movies are a different issue, though. Movies like The Breakfast Club, Sixteen Candles, Pretty in Pink, Some Kind of Wonderful and St. Elmo's Fire were the movies that spoke of the generation that was the 80s. Few movies now do the same to reflect today's generation.

Sometimes, I think I was born into the wrong generation. And then I remember the fashion of the 80s and I'm glad I wasn't. ;)

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Sunday, January 18, 2004
Blogger Idol Week 1
The 80s

I love to watch movies. I live for the movies!

And if there's one movie that I love to watch over and over again, it has got to be The Breakfast Club. Starring the original Brat Pack and directed by the true 80s cult movies director, The Breakfast Club talks about friendship and the limits it has to go through. The five of them present issues that encompass all time and is encountered by every person I know. I am lucky that my friends also love this movie (We even named our group The Breakfast Club, in honor of this movie). All the actors from that movie have "retired" now or not as active in the movie industry anymore. But I'm really glad they were still able to make a movie like this. In fact, I think they started this trend of making movies about friendship.

Hmmm. I think I'll go watch it again.

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Saturday, January 17, 2004
I think I am trying to stress myself out. Right now I have four short stories to write, 3 workshops to write for, a new script to write for the short film I want to make, 2 classes I have to attend and several contests to join.

Ack! No wonder I'm so tired all the time.
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Wednesday, January 14, 2004
Mikhail Bahktin
“I am conscious of myself and become myself only while revealing myself for another, through another, and with the help of another. The most important acts constituting self-consciousness are determined by a relationship toward another consciousness (toward a “thou”)… The very being of man (both external and internal) is the deepest communion. To be means to communicate… To be means to be for another, and through the other, for oneself. A person has no internal sovereign territory, he is wholly and always on the boundary: looking inside himself, he looks into the eyes of another or with the eyes of another… I cannot manage without another, I cannot become myself without another; I must find myself in another by finding another in myself (in mutual reflection and mutual acceptance)”

--- Mikhail Bahktin ---


What are your thoughts?
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Wedding Plans
Goodness! I'm so excited for Cha! Wedding plans are now starting. And she's currently looking at, together with her fiancee, different places for the wedding ceremony and reception. The pamamanhikan is now set! And there are already dates to choose from.

Cha! I'm so excited for you!
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Tuesday, January 13, 2004
In spirit of Orlando Bloom's birthda
Okay. Since Orange started it, I'm going to continue it.

I had a dream once and it involved Orlando Bloom and Dom Monaghan. They were talking about placing a bet on omething. And I was so angry at them that I didn't want speak to them. And, in this dream, Orli was my husband. O di ba? Only in my dreams. Hehe.

He's with Kate Bosworth na daw. I can't imagine them together, actually. I guess mainly because I don't think I've ever seen Kate Bosworth in anything and I don't remember what she looks like. I only know that she's blonde. I want to see pictures of them together!

I can't believe I just said that. More than that, I'm acting like some spoiled brat. Hehe. Oh well.

He's in Spain right now (stalker alert!), filming for Ridley Scott's Kingdom of Heaven, as a blacksmith.

I want to go to Spain (not because Orli's there) because a lot of people have been saying it's so beautiful. A high school friend of mine is there right now, studying. A college friend lives there now, in Madrid.

This is hard. I want to live in Spain, the UK, Nice, Venice and Singapore. Not permanently though. Just for awhile. And write a travel memoir while I'm there. But in the end, I'm coming back here to Manila. Because Manila needs me more than these places need me.
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Monday, January 12, 2004
Wedding Date
I got these results from Emode


YOU ARE CLOSE to finding "the one!" We have carefully calculated your responses according to our scientific formula and harmonized the results to the Venutian lunar calendar. But don't get your hopes up to hear those wedding bells soon, because your bridesmaid days aren't over just yet.

YOU WILL BE MARRIED BY: Saturday, September 9, 2006


I'll real close to finding the "one"! I wonder how close. And I'll be married in 2 1/2 years! Hmmm. That's interesting.

Do you want to have your wedding date predicted? Go here!
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Sunday, January 11, 2004
Travel Writers
I met up with a college friend around a week ago and we talked about our lives since we last saw each other. (FYI: The last time we saw each other was Oct 2002)

Anyway, we talked about each other's reading lists and he told me that he's been reading a lot of Philippine history and politics as of late. I told him I've been reading a lot of travel memoirs and that I was currently hooked on Peter Mayle, after reading his first book, A Year in Provence. I asked my friend if he has ever read Peter Mayle's books. He said no but one of his favorite travel writers was Pico Iyer, author of Video Nights in Kathmandu. I told him I wasn't a very big fan of Pico Iyer, especially after reading his piece on the Philippines. Well my friend loved Iyer and it has now become his mission to change my mind about him and make me love Pico Iyer's works. He sent me a copy of Iyer's essay, Why We Travel. I read it and, while it was not enough to change my mind, it opened my mind to reading more of his works. So my friend did. Just a few minutes ago, I opened my e-mail and there was another e-mail from him, with another Iyer essay. Oh, he was determined to change my mind!

Don't worry, dude, I'm reading all of it and I'm opening my mind about Iyer. I'll let you know if I change my mind. ;)
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Friday, January 09, 2004
And on my first try! Hehe.


You are going to Marry orlando Bloom. He will
always treat you right and is very romantic. He
will do anything for you. He is very polite and
has deep brown eyes and is very good looking
(which is another plus!). He can make anythind
cheesy look really good (like sliding down
stairs on a shield shooting arrows or wearing
pointy ears for example). Congrats!!

Which male celebrity are you going to marry? (10 results that have pics!)
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If only this were true.
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Michel Foucault
I've been taking online classes at the AAC and right now, I'm taking a class called Modern Art and Popular Culture.

Today we are discussing Michel Foucault.

As I was reading the discussion about him, I came across two lines that were very interesting.

1. We are who we are in relationship with those around us.

2. Personal identity is determined through social discourse.

What do you think? I'd like to hear your thoughts.
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Thursday, January 08, 2004
Ogie and Elijah
I don't know really how true this story is but my cousin told me this and I only hope that this never happens to me.


A Filipino celebrity ran into Elijah Wood when he was in the US. He was amazed but found the courage to talk to him. "Hey, I know you," said the Filipino celebrity. Elijah Wood smiles. "You're the star from Harry Potter, right?" the Filipino celebrity asked. "Uh, no," said Elijah Wood, his smile now gone. "I'm from the Lord of the Rings."

The Filipino celebrity, now mortified, kept apologizing.


I swear, I really hope that doesn't happen to me. I do know the different between Elijah Wood and Daniel Radcliffe.
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Wednesday, January 07, 2004
Fourth Annual Weblog Awards
The Fourth Annual Weblog Awards are now accepting nominations.

Awards include:

Best Asian Blog
Best Meme
Best Article or Essay about Weblogs
Best Tagline of a Weblog
Best Topical Weblog
Best New Weblog
Lifetime Achievement

Go and nominate your favorite blogs!
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1st reading
An amazing 1st reading that I think everyone should live by.


1 Jn 4:7-10
Beloved, let us love one another,
because love is of God;
everyone who loves is begotten by God and knows God.
Whoever is without love does not know God, for God is love.
In this way the love of God was revealed to us:
God sent his only-begotten Son into the world
so that we might have life through him.
In this is love:
not that we have loved God, but that he loved us
and sent his Son as expiation for our sins.

Reflection on the 1st Reading by
Howard Kalb, S.J.
Jesuit Community
If you stop to count the number of times the word "love" is used, as either a noun or verb in these three versus of John's letter, one would get the idea that he was convinced it was the essence of the Christian life. He also shares some insight on the theology of this virtue. John proclaims: "God is Love!" As creator, if this is his very nature, then God is the source and origin of all love. Anyone or any thing that is lovable or that is capable of loving has that quality or activity from God. "Everyone who loves is begotten of God and knows God." If God would cease to exist love would vanish from the face of the earth

The next important fact tells us that God loved us first. Most of us in our dealing with others are hesitant of giving our love to another lest it be rejected. No problem with trusting God, since he takes the initiative. "In this way the love of God was revealed to us: God sent his only-begotten Son into the world so that we might have life through him."

One essential way we express our love for God is by loving our neighbor. "Let us love one another, because love is of God." A person can deceive himself thinking he is keeping the Ten Commandments perfectly. Yet if he has neighbors he rejects or hates, it would follow that he has a false god. Because "Whoever is without love does not know God."

It would seem the best way to fulfill God's commandments is by loving everyone. We might not end up liking everyone, but we can always love each person by treating them kindly and wanting them to know God and have life through him. "He who loves his neighbor has fulfilled the law."

So for these many reasons, it would be especially good to reach out in love each day to some person we have never met before.

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I. Am. An. Addict.


And no, I don't mean drugs.

I am an addict to spending money. It doesn't matter what, as long as I get to spend it. My tito once spend I must have a grudge against money because it seems I can't wait to get rid of it.

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Sunday, January 04, 2004
the pic
I entered the pic (from the January 2 entry) in an international photography contest. And well, wala lang. I'm not expecting to win or be recognized but I am so proud of that picture. It's very rare that I get to capture amazing sights like that.


Damn. I swear I am so tired. But I can't rest. Got so many things to do. Things that I forgot to do during the holidays. Hehe. Didn't we all?

So now I'm trying to catch up on all the things I have to do.


It's hard work but somebody's got to do it.
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Friday, January 02, 2004
Okay. It turns out the other link doesn't work, too.

I've moved the pic again and I hope this works this time.

Click here to, hopefully, view the pic.
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The Year-Ender Survey
The Year-Ender Survey from Loryces

Year-ender Survey
1. What did you do in 2003 that you'd never done before?
I went scuba diving!

2. Did you keep your new years' resolutions, and will you make more for next year?
I don't make resolutions. I just try to remind myself to be good and nice and happy all the time. And so far, it's working alright.

3. Did anyone close to you give birth?
Yup. Two of my best friends, last August 4 and December 21.

4. Did anyone close to you die?
My maternal grandmother's sister died last July but we're not really close.

5. What countries did you visit?
I didn't go out of the country but I went to different places in the Philippines this year. I went to Bohol, Cebu, Dumaguete, Boracay, Baguio, and Cavite. This year, I'm hoping to go to Hongkong, Singapore, Spain and the US.

6. What would you like to have in 2004 that you lacked in 2003?
perseverance. I have the dedication but I lack the perseverance to act on this dedication.

7. What date from 2003 will remain etched upon your memory, and why?
June 30, 2003. I'd rather not say.

8. What was your biggest achievement of the year?
Finding myself not through soul-searching, but through God.

9. What was your biggest failure?
Giving in to temptation

10. Did you suffer illness or injury?
Does dysmenorrhea count? Hehe.

11. What was the best thing you bought?
My books and bags, of course. Oh and my Yonex Muscle Power 99 badminton racket.

12. Whose behavior merited celebration?
My sister, for striving to fulfill her Catholic obligations.

13. Whose behavior made you appalled and depressed?
President GMA.

14. Where did most of your money go?
Books. Without a doubt.

15. What did you get really, really, really excited about?
Nothing else but Lord of the Rings: Return of the King!

16. What song will always remind you of 2003?
Maksim's whole CD

17. Compared to this time last year, are you:
i. happier or sadder? Yes.
ii. thinner or fatter? thinner ata
iii. richer or poorer? Poorer

18. What do you wish you'd done more of?
Be more charitable.

19. What do you wish you'd done less of?

20. How will you be spending Christmas?
Spent it with my family at Tagaytay.

22. Did you fall in love in 2003?
I fell in love with God all over again.

23. How many one-night stands?

24. What was your favorite TV program?

25. Do you hate anyone now that you didn't hate this time last year?

26. What was the best book you read?
LOTR, yes. And Leadership by Rudy Giuliani.

27. What was your greatest musical discovery?
Not what, who. Maksim!

28. What did you want and got?
My very own Todo Sobre Mi Madre DVD

30. What was your favorite film of this year?
Lord of the Rings: Return of the King.

31. What did you do on your birthday, and how old were you?
I spent my 23rd birthday with my sister, watching movies at the Powerplant Mall.

32. What one thing would have made your year immeasurably more satisfying?
If I was more charitable. But otherwise, it was already good.

33. How would you describe your personal fashion concept in 2003?
Better. And same. I'm experimenting still. And I'm still not afraid to try something new.

34. What/Who kept you sane?

35. Which celebrity/public figure did you fancy the most?
Orlando Bloom!

36. What political issue stirred you the most?
GMA and Jose Pidal. FPJ running for President.

37. Who did you miss?
A lot of my friends.

38. Who was the best new person you met?
Lots! Do I dare list all of them?

Sinta for her amazing thoughts.
Loryces with whom I share one of my passions with.
Aura for being a soul sister.
Orange for the confidence I needed.
Fran for being my chika sister!

39. Tell us a valuable life lesson you learned in 2003:
Always trust in God.

40. Quote a song lyric that sums up your year:
Where is the love?


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Thursday, January 01, 2004
the clouds
Wanna see something magnificent?

Click here.

It's one of the most amazing things I've ever seen. This was taken at Tagaytay on the afternoon of December 24.

EDIT: Christy informed that the picture couldn't be viewed with the link I gave so I changed the link. Let me know if you guys still can't see the pic, okay? Coz it's really a magnificent picture.
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