1. The Three Musketeers after class (at Luneta, Rizal Park)

    The Three Musketeers after class (at Luneta, Rizal Park)

  2. Unsolicited advice from a cool (and righteous) Manila City Hall aircon. #YouveBeenWarned xD

    Unsolicited advice from a cool (and righteous) Manila City Hall aircon. #YouveBeenWarned xD

  3. Blood’s pumping, heart’s racing, but there’s nowhere to go… but home.

  4. How To Be Cool #472

    Also, Andy Samberg has a “band”?!?!? xD

  5. Untangled: The Story of The Cable Tier Troll Inside Bags and Pockets xD

    Untangled: The Story of The Cable Tier Troll Inside Bags and Pockets xD

  6. Fleeting flashes of life fly by.
    Fast-moving, overwhelming.

    *Cue Airbourne’s “Too Much, Too Young, Too Fast”*

  7. did-you-kno:

"Twinkle Twinkle Little Star," "the Alphabet Song" and "Baa Baa Black Sheep" are all sung to the melody of "Ah! Vous dirai-je, Maman," a French 1761 song most famously arranged by Mozart.
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    did-you-kno:

    "Twinkle Twinkle Little Star," "the Alphabet Song" and "Baa Baa Black Sheep" are all sung to the melody of "Ah! Vous dirai-je, Maman," a French 1761 song most famously arranged by Mozart.

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  8. Even the music cannot drown it out.

    If I could only stand still and watch the rest of the world go by…

  9. Inconsistency beat the hell out of me. Again.

  10. Never had every step been so slow and so heavy.

    Hindi ko na alam.

  11. Sharp pain on the right side of the brain.
    It’s what happens when old habits remain.

    - Plus one.

  12. Tuesday, July 15. Day 2.

    Just a quick one today. (See what I did there? Hahaha!)

    My pacing at home was off yet again today. Planned to go to the office early (even woke up at 8:00 am) but I think our house has this huge “magnet” slowing me down.

    With that said, now I know why I’m finding it hard to set out on my own in a separate house/unit. Joke! xD

    At work, an urgent task put my focus into overdrive. I enjoy that feeling: temporarily setting aside everything else to produce a good, if not worthwhile, output. Forgetting the world, even for a few hours, in the hopes of contributing to its well-being…

    Also, lesson re-learned: good time management always brings good results. :)

    ——-

    A storm’s currently wreaking havoc across south Luzon, and it’s heading towards the populous Metro Manila and central Luzon.

    Stay safe!

  13. Monday, July 14. Day 1.

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    First on today’s agenda: dropping by my alma mater, Makati Science High School. But unlike my previous visits, this would be a whole new experience.

    From the 4-storey building our batch called home at Palma corner Gabaldon street in Bgy. Poblacion, MakSci transferred to a new 10-storey building along Kalayaan Avenue in Bgy. Cembo late last year (the first classes there took place last month; for now, it only occupies the first 7 floors).

    (View MakSci’s new home here)

    It’s fun to see and feel the MakSci culture all over again. Smart, geeky kids roam the hallways and fill the classrooms. They’re very polite, too: every time I rode the elevator, students who are either in it or disembarking from it say “Hi po!” and smile. You don’t see that every day. Haha.

    Caught up, too, with our teachers (and staff) who are still there! Happy to see and chat with them again. Also, selfies! :)

    Facilities are cool, too. The AVR looks like a mini-cinema house, the ground floor where students assemble every morning (just like the old times back at the old building) is deceivingly spacious, there are faculty rooms from the 2nd to the 7th floors for each department… and some classrooms (if not all) have ceiling fans and “stages” for the teachers.

    Can’t wait for our grand reunion at the new building!

    ——-

    What couldn’t wait after that amazing visit though, was the answer to this question: Where do I go next? Come on, it’s a day off from work, I told myself.

    (I could only wish I had Dora’s map. Haha)

    Decisions, decisions, decisions.

    I stood outside MakSci’s gate for a full minute, panicking, my mind racing to determine where the next adventure would be. The National Library in Manila? Somewhere at Bonifacio Global City, which is just one jeepney ride away? Or would I go to the office in Ortigas to “work” on my day-off?

    Undecided, I called it a day.

    Lesson learned: When you’re at a loss on where to go, head on home. There’s no place like it.

    Good thing I did. Money saved and time well-spent on going through tasks (for work/at home) and watching wrestling specials.

  14. I have 24 days to achieve something.

    This would be a day-by-day account of one crazy endeavor, but it would not exactly be a chronicle of a struggle.

    To you, it may just be 24 seemingly random thoughts, photos, and lessons learned. But to me, it would be of great help.

    Would all of these make sense - let alone matter - in the end? Hmmm…

  15. Sunday

    Sunday

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