I’m tired of hating my short hair. Short hair, don’t care!! (repeat until true)
If my life was to be depicted using a graph, it wouldn’t look like this
definitely not like this
Rather, it would most probably look something like this:
The most inspiring people are rarely those who have been achievers all their lives. Instead, they are the ones who failed. Not once, but many times. Innumerable times. But unlike the geniuses and the talented ones who barely sweat their brows, these people work hard. They strive to be better. And better. And better. Until they are the best that they can be. They are the ones who experienced not just the ups and downs of life, but its lefts and rights, twists and turns, and its roller coaster rides. And thus, they have stories to share. A lot of them. Stories that inspire people, that help them build dreams, and those that create in them hope that shall never be lost. Point is, someday, I want to be someone able to do that and have that effect on other people. That would really be amazing. :)
I know that you’re…confused about who you are. So, I’m going to tell you. You are a hero, who helped your people. You’re a beautiful woman, who loved an ugly man. Really, really loved me. You find goodness in others. And when it’s not there, you create it. You make me want to go back. Back, to the best version of me. And that never happened before. So, when you look in the mirror and you don’t know who you are, that’s who you are.
Thank you… Belle…
Ever experienced your shirt sticking to your back like scotch tape, sweat dripping all over your body as if you just came out of the shower, or going out of the house feeling you’ve just entered an oven? If you’ve been to the Philippines during summertime, you know exactly what I’m talking about. And during these days, any escape from the sizzling 35 degrees of the metro seems like a good idea. Sad to say, but that wasn’t our idea when we decided to go on a 2-hour drive to Tagaytay. It just so happened that I’ve developed an interest into internet traveling: searching for hotels, restaurants and whatnot, not to mention that agoda.com and tripadvisor.com have become my new best friends. So when my brother and I came across Tagaytay, we just knew it was the perfect place for a quick vacation–just a road trip from Manila, lots of activities, wonderful scenery, and there’s this new amusement park that hosts the country’s highest ferris wheel!