Thursday, December 29, 2011


Spicy beef maki from Tokyo Tokyo and Ferrero Rocher.  I told you guys I have weird taste in food combinations. ;-)  But this is actually the secret to my awesomeness. Hahahaha. Try eating Dulcissima's chocolate eclairs (and/or cream puffs) with PureFoods Chinese style luncheon meat. It is ze bezt! (Yeah, yeah. I broke my semi vegan streak! Waaah. Will try to go back to it this 2012). 

Ferrero Rocher goes with everything, though. You can eat it with tortang talong and it will still rock your gustatory world. =P  It's one of my most loved treats---Ferrero, of course, not the talong. :))))  But Twix bars and Chocnut are indispensable in my chocolate love list.

Bon appetit to moi! =D

Wednesday, December 28, 2011


My brother pointed out that my photos of late have not been at par with their usual quality----and I realized that my camera was at its "lowest quality" setting. Some of our Christmas photos were blurred even when stabilized with a tripod. Hahahaha. But but but! The above photo was one I took with the "lowest quality" at play. Still very nice, methinks.  :)  Beautiful subject = beautiful photo, regardless of the setting.

Photo taken at Bluroze Farms a day after Christmas. =)

Eunice---you owe me a plate of salmon sushi at Toki. Thanks. :)

Monday, December 26, 2011

Thank You, LTO.

Thank you for licensing my need for speed. 

And thank you to my dad for accompanying me and being patient throughout the drug test because it took how many bottles of mineral water before I could pee. Hahahahaha!  And thank you, contact lenses, for not failing me.  Don't judge me but I used to memorize the Snellen Chart to make sure I got all the letters right. I was afraid that the medical report would reflect that I would need this and that before my license could be issued. =P Hehehehe! This year, though, my vision was.... 20/20.  Hellz to the yiz!

In other news, my sister Iris was right----nobody ever gets a really good driver's license photo! Why are we not allowed to smile??? This is why drivers suffer from road rage! Haha. May konek.  Anyhoo, I told her I was gonna smile no matter what, and I was gonna make sure I got a byutipul picture.  When my name was called and I was made to look at the camera, they took a photo so fast I didn't even have time to look up properly, fix my hair, or smile.

The result? I look like a drunken mamon (Pinoy bread) in my license. This inspires me to become a really good driver. Ayokong mahuli ng pulis tapos papakita ko yung picture ko, ang panget. Hahahahahaha.  Although----shout out to Candy, for saying I make a drunken mamon look good. =))))))

So, cheers to my reunion with the road! =)  I recorded a driving-video-blog, but I'm not sure if/when I'll upload it. Happy holidays for now!

Saturday, December 24, 2011

Merry Christmas!

May we never forget the true spirit of Christmas. Here's to the best gifts of our lives that can never be wrapped nor stowed under the tree: family.

Thank you, Papa Jesus, for my most meaningful Christmas yet.  This has been a checkpoint of sorts, and the first real step after passing an important crossroad. Happy birthday and I love You.

Merry Christmas, everyone--- may your holidays be filled with warmth, love, joy, and peace.

Thursday, December 22, 2011

Mission Accomplished!

Jeremy Renner a.k.a. My Hunnybunnycookie

You guys saw this coming, didn't you?

You knew that after I watched MI4, I was gonna make Agent Brandt the object of my onscreen affection.

It was tough, though. I struggled to be faithful to Ethan Hunt. Darnit, Tom Cruise. Practically all your other recent roles are lame but when it comes to Agent Hunt, you never disappoint. I liked the storyline---it was a welcome surprise. I was kinda just looking forward to the car chase and the action scenes but I liked the simple side humor and well, basically, the plot. Or maybe I was just swayed by irresistible charms of the golden boy. =P

Despite Tom Cruise's classic portrayal of Agent Hunt, I had to favor Jeremy Renner in the end. Prolly because he's always been a crush of mine? Haha. I loved him in The Town. And up to now, I still haven't gotten over his death in S.W.A.T.! Every time someone brings it up, I have to ask why did he have to die in S.W.A.T.???

Anyhoo, it's late. I just wanted to post a quick update because I'm kinda high with MI4 energy! Haha. I really enjoyed the movie! I'd see it again if I ever find the time. I have so much backlog to post! =( Outfit shots and blog entries, legit blog entries. =P  Oh wells, maybe after the holidays I'll resume regular programming here.  Until then, good night, loves! =)

Wednesday, December 21, 2011

PHOTOGRAPHY: The Bridesmaids

Congratulations to Carla and Rainier! Cheers to ever after! =)

Yesterday, December 19th, I tagged along with my sister and friends master Janice and Armie a.k.a. Georgina Wilson to Carla's church wedding in Fernbrook Gardens.  The four of them have been best friends since high school so it only makes sense that these three are Carla's bridesmaids. =P  Okay, so if we're gonna follow this logic, I think I'm gonna have like, eight bridesmaids or something. Hahahaha.

Naturally, I was their P.A. slash photographer slash navigator slash creative director slash dictator slash makeup artist slash goddess of wisdom. Can you say ultimate hyphenate?? Hellz yiz! =P

Here are some of the photos I took of them.  There's about 290 shots in my camera but I've only uploaded around 60 on my timeline. Hah! Kinda cray cray calling it my timeline now instead of my Facebook wall. *cue in* I've haaaad the ta-hahaaymlaaayn, though I've never felt this way befoooore /end corniness.

Okay, on to the photos! =P

Now, here's Carla, the lovely bride. :)

Carla and Rainier

Their kids. Sam...

and Sophie :)

Of course, the photographer. Haha. (There was a mirror! I couldn't help it!)

And yes, I got a haircut. I was starting to look like Rapunzel, so I finally decided it was time for a trim. It was supposed to be a bang (full bangs), but after walking around the hotel in high heels, taking photos of everyone, na-stress na yung bang ko so nagpunta sila sa side instead of sa front. Hahahahaha.

Until my next update! ;-)

Tuesday, December 20, 2011

How To Help The Sendong Victims

Blog entry written by the Amazing Aurora a.k.a. my lovely student, Glerren.

I understand that you all might be busy in wrapping your gifts and planning your meals for Christmas Eve, and you had just stopped to browse through some blogs as a breather, but would it be too much to ask for your help? It IS the season of giving, and right now, there are a lot of families -- a lot of children -- who need your help. Please. Be one of their Santas.

Click here to send in donations to the Philippine Red Cross.
 They also accept online donations through GreenPeso -- Paypal, BancNet and GCash oor through PayDollar.

If you are interested in giving donations in-kind, you can know more about it
on their website.

And if you are a resident of the Philippines,
here is a much more extensive list on how you can help and where you can donate.

May it be a dollar or a hundred, please remember that no amount is insignificant. We all can help in some way.

Thank you and God bless you all.

To read the entire post, please click here.

7-11 Philippines is also donating Php 10 for every new page like (up to 1M pesos). There are so many ways for us to help. Although this is a very difficult time for the Philippines, I hope we can still find it in our hearts to be thankful. Give thanks to God that we are still a united country despite all the dirty politics going on lately, and our efforts to help the Sendong victims shows just that. And, of course, I hope that in addition to whatever relief efforts or donations we come up with, we also find the time to say a prayer for the victims and their families.

Friday, December 16, 2011

Get To Know Tebow

photo stolen from his Facebook timeline
Ok, so raise your hand if you didn't know that Tim Tebow was born in Makati and that he comes back every year for missionary work!

I'm raising my hands and feet! And my heart too. Haha. I think I'm in love! =P

How did it happen that he was born in the Philippines, you ask? Well, I'd like to give you a simple answer... and that is: God has destined for me to meet and marry this man someday so He made sure that Tim Tebow was born in Makati (where I would find myself working after 26 years of living in Lipa City).  Everything was written in the stars.  But there's a more complicated answer: his parents were Baptist missionaries back then and my future mom-in-law gave birth in Makati Med.

The above photo is my future. My husband and my two boys attending my book launch. Hahaha. Just kidding. This photo was also from Tim's Facebook Timeline. ;-)

This Denver Broncos Quarterback is quickly becoming the most talked about athlete in the USA.  My favorite travel blogger tells me that she thinks Tim Tebow isn't the greatest NFL player today but he has improved greatly.   He's getting famous... fast! And none of us in the Philippines even knew about his roots! But more important than his roots, this Greek god American football player has been well known for his missionary work. Since he was 15 years old, he's been coming back to the Philippines every year for charity missions.

Tim on one of his missionary trips to PI
The Tim Tebow Foundation exists to bring faith, hope and love to those needing a brighter day in their darkest hour of need.Our Site: http://TimTebowFoundation.orgFollow/ Us:

A man after my own heart. I don't care if he's four years younger than me. Age is nothing but a number---and everyone knows I hate math.

For more information on Tim (yes, first name basis na), visit his website =)

Thursday, December 15, 2011

Putting the Hay in Mabuhay

Hay, Pilipinas.

I try not to post any "serious" topics here on my blog (unless, of course, you consider relationships serious). I want this blog to be a source of insight, enlightenment, epiphanies, rainbows, and cotton candy. Politics is a bad, Michael Jackson bad, topic. I'll usually leave it to the news blogs, conspiracy theory websites, or anywhere else as long as the URL does not end in

But this is a topic I can't not react on.

I've never been a fan of Noynoy. This man has not done enough (actually, I don't think he has done anything) to merit respect from yours truly. I'm a huge fan of his father---but Noynoy Aquino? Hindi talaga. If not for Kris Aquino, this man wouldn't have won the presidency anyway.  I really wish Gibo Teodoro won instead, maybe the Philippines won't be in this situation now.

I don't know why some people fail to recognize the obvious: PNoy wants to control everything. If you're not on his team, if you're against him, then you gotta go. THIS ARTICLE is probably one of the best, most concise, most insightful that's ever been written on the topic. I suggest you guys take some time to read it.

I'm not a fan of GMA either.  But I am a lover of truth, justice, and democracy.  This democracy is threatened with the impeachment case against CJ Corona. I applaud him for his stand, his words, and his very demeanor. What he said is the absolute truth---if he gets impeached, PNoy controls all the three branches of the government.  There's a reason why we have a system of checks and balances for these three branches, why there's a separation of power.  Has PNoy forgotten that?

A real leader must be able to deal with the opposition, to work for and put the country's best interests first before his personal biases. A real leader pays attention to his country's more pressing problems rather than waste time on personal vendetta.  The Philippines is facing too many problems today---poverty, healthcare, education--- must we really shift the focus to an impeachment case just to satisfy the president's whims? 

The Supreme Court, our very judiciary, is being insulted by this travesty of governance. CJ Corona is firm with his conviction that he will not give in to Aquino's dictatorship. Neither should the Filipino people.

I rest my case.

PHOTOGRAPHY: Cherubs' Choir

I shall sing forever of my love for You.

One of the things I'm beginning to miss---visiting downtown Chicago just to hear mass at the Holy Name Cathedral. :) 

Happy birthday, Dea! :)


Happy happy happy birthday, sis! From all of us here in PI. Hope you have a blast. =)

Tuesday, December 13, 2011

(Insert Curse Word Here)

I have to admit that when I was younger, I wanted to have Tom Cruise's babies because Maverick in Top Gun was the shiznit. He's the yardstick for all things gwapo. If you're not at par with how handsome Maverick is, then you're on an Andrew E. level.  But I pretty much lost all respect for him when he married Katie Holmes and jumped on Oprah's sofa (forgot which happened first).  His stints as Ethan Hunt, however, do bring back the childhood crush and this little car chase just made the little girl in me swoon.

Can't wait for MI4!!!!

Monday, December 12, 2011

Oh, Baby, Baby!

KUDOS to the parents who named their children:

AKUMA (a.k.a. Devil)

JK. You guys suck. You should never have been allowed to reproduce. Hahaha. Seriously? The @ sign? And what if the baby had a twin? It's gonna be &?  Tsk tsk.

This is moi when I was a baby. Yeah, yeah, I know. I kinda have big eyes and a double chin. What? What? What about my cheeks? What are you talking about?

All these names are so lame.

 My brother once said that he was gonna name his daughter "Lucy Fernandina".  Nickname? Lucifer. X_X  Thankfully, his daughters were all named by the moms.

I'm gonna give my baby such an awesome name, she will write on my epitaph "Most Awesome Name-Giver / Parent".  My kid is gonna know everything. All the kids in school will have to turn to her for homework. All the teachers will have to consult her, too! She's gonna be like Hermione Granger---a hot know-it-all. A walking encyclopedia. My kid is gonna have such an incredible name that it's gonna be part of history---her name can be found in her name.
I'm gonna name my baby Wikipedia.

Oh My!

OMGOT!!! As in Oh My Game Of Thrones!!!

Sunday, December 11, 2011

Good Vibes.

I figured the best way to counter whatever "negativity" this blog entry has,
was to use a positive title. #GoFigure

I really debated with myself and my alter egos (shoutout to Dana Scully, Haley James, Elle Woods, Joey Potter, and Ally McBeal) on whether I should post this blog entry or not. The problem about having a blog and exposing your thoughts & emotions is that because readers don't really know who you are and what you are going through, everything that you write is susceptible to the most erroneous of interpretations. But I guess, in my efforts to share my sentiments with an end goal of helping others cope, this is one huge risk that I have to take.

Always question where your loyalties lie. The people you trust will expect it, your greatest enemies will desire it, and those you treasure the most will, without fail, abuse it.” - Emily Thorne/Amanda Clarke (Revenge, S01E10)

Normal human beings always trust their loved ones and believe the best of them. You don't wake up in the morning thinking, this person is a criminal.  Or, this person is out to kill me. You also don't get mad at them for no reason.  But when that person does something to deliberately hurt you, to betray your trust, and/or mess with your head, then that's a red flag. In my experience, nothing is more painful than having to realize that someone you valued so much is not really the person you thought they were. This is terribly, terribly cliched... but it's truer than true. Bluer than blue. JK.

It's true though! There's just that breaking point where you drop the rose-colored glasses and stomp on it like you're dancing Tinikling (sorry, Showtime fever!).  And the moment that you see these people for who they really are is the moment that changes it all.  You finally put an end to all the romanticism, nostalgia, and the biggest killer: hope.

We naturally think good things about people---especially if they show us good traits when we first meet them. I would like to believe that this is really how the world is: innocent until proven guilty, naturally good until proven bad.  But there are once in a lifetime moments when people will only put their best food forward to get your trust and loyalty.  Eventually, they are stripped off of their pleasant traits---it's hard for them to be consistent with their words and actions because they really are just pretending, living a lie.  Eventually, you come to realize that they're not good people.  They're not the person you thought they were.  Eventually.  There's a chance that they may have just evolved into something monstrous.  But it could also be true that they were just hiding a monster all along. Or I could just be watching Grimm marathons waaay too often.

The Wrath of a Thousand Suns

At first, you get mad. Then you enter disbelief. Then, like any good stage theorized by psychologists out there, there's acceptance.  And then..... gumption!

I know that life is short and that Christmas is usually the season for forgiveness.. but there are people that, although forgiven, can never be a part of your life.  I don't believe in social standings/diversity or exclusivity/whattheshits---I believe that the rich and the poor can be BFFAEA (that's forever and ever amen), that men and women are equals (although women are more awesome), that the young and old can meet on parallel levels of understanding, etc.  But I also believe that there are people who should never become a part of your life.  People you need to chop off from your existence the same way you chop off fat from pork chop if you have a heart disease. Hahahaha.

Sometimes, it's not about knowing what you deserve.  It's easier to realize what you DON'T deserve and what you don't need.   There's a Buffy the Vampire Slayer episode (which reminds me, I wonder if Buffy has met Edward Cullens yet? Soooo awesome if they met.) where Cecily Addams tells Spike (whom I have always nursed a crush on) that "I do see you... You're beneath me."

I always thought it was rather cruel. To tell someone they're beneath you. But the sad, ugly truth is that---yes, there are people who disappoint you without fail, hurt you without fail, use and abuse you without fail, and will just simply fail you forever.  Forgive them, yes... but recognize that they are beneath you.  Some people don't deserve to be in our lives. There's no less harsh way to put it.  They're just mean, cruel, and perpetually disappointing. Life is way too short---we should spend it with those who truly deserve our company, our friendship, our very existence.

I can hear my stomach rumbling. It means I have written enough vaguely-sensible sentences for the day.  Maybe I'll write another piece again on Tuesday. Haven't you heard? Tuesday is write-difficult-to-understand-blabber-blog-entries day. ;-)

Saturday, December 10, 2011

My Cherie-Na

Sorry, forced it! Haha.

One of the best movie scenes of all time. One of the best movies ever, actually. :) Perfect rerun for a rainy, Saturday night.  Enjoy the rest of your weekend, loves!

Thursday, December 8, 2011

I love you, Daddy-o!

Not only because he got me a camera for Christmas. HAHAHAHAHA.  

My parents are the most patient, most understanding people I know.  And everyday, I am thankful for the way my father takes care of me.  But far beyond his qualities as a father, my dad is quite the funny man. The thing though, is that he's not aware of how funny he is. Probably because he's not trying to be funny in the first place. :)))

He has a lot of quotable quotes and he makes up his own dictionary. Favorite nya si "Anjolina Jolie". And if you guys are having a hard time pronouncing "Cirque Du Soleil".  He has a suggestion for you, "Simple lang... "cirque-kus"!"

Today, while he was inspecting the construction of my bathroom, he asked what was the silver rod for.  "Rub po," the worker told him. "Anong rub?", he asked. In my head, I thought it was "rug".  But my dad was quicker. "Ahhhh. Robe!"

And then he was telling me that my sister texted him saying that her iPhone was broken. He showed me his phone and told me to look at his reply. He wrote, "Eh di itaPhone mo na." :)))

Shempre tumawa ako noh! Baka hindi nya ko bigyan ng baon bukas. Ang layo pa naman ng pupuntahan ko. =))))))))

See you tomorrow, Makati and law school best buds!  :-)


Dearest friends in Lipa/Batangas area: 

Do you guys know of any small business / residential compounds that are interested in custom security system (CCTV/surveillance systems)? You can PM/text/email me your inputs! Please help me finish my market research so I can activate my Vacation Mode. THANK YOU! ^_^

Wednesday, December 7, 2011

Dork Blogging 101

It's the 8th of December, 2011. 
First time I'm doing this. I don't even know why...

JUST KIDDING. I was only alluding to Mo Twister's sick video. Now, we've all forgotten about Piolo and KC. It's all Mo Twister and Rhian Ramos---which can be summarized by one comment posted at Yahoo! that read "dapat sa pari magkumpisal, hindi sa YouTube". VERY true. Props to the lady who posted that. I don't like Rhian Ramos, but I think Mo Twister is a sick, deluded douchebag (Yayyyy. Slight cursing on my blog. I just upped my rating from GP to PG-13.) I agree with my sister, Papatol na ko sa bading (ahem*PapaPiolo*ahem) wag lang sa bitter (Mo Twister). =P

Putting all the showbiz chika aside, I'd like to thank all my blog readers for sticking by me this past quarter. :)  I will even extend my gratitude to those who landed on my blog by searching for the term "cherie del rio ass" and "would you rather be attacked by a big bear or a swarm of". Hahahaha! Move over, JLo! So my ass is getting Googled now? Hahaha. Mygash. Whenever someone Googles a search term and hit a result that lands them on this blog, it shows up on my stat page. No, I don't know where they come from or some other stalker $hit like that, just the keywords.  It's something I've come to look forward to whenever I log into blogger.  "Sooooo, what cray cray stuff have gotten people to land on my blog today?" For some reason, "skinny and I know it" has been Googled! Imagine that. :))) However, my search terms are nothing compared to those gotten by my travel blogger idol. Right, Ana Viajera? ;-)

I love getting feedback from my readers. Although I rarely get around to replying (Hi, Abby! I got your Tweet the other day. Yes, John Lloyd talaga!), please know that I am thankful. Very thankful! So thankful that I am panicking. Hahahahaha. Because I feel like I should go back to writing more sensible things than just piling up photographs and videos here and there. Can we blame time?

A few days ago, I was chatting with one of my good friends and she told me about another friend who was having relationship problems. She told me that she was gonna advise her friend to go read my blog and maybe the said friend would be able to pick something up.

Spell panic talaga.  What was her friend gonna find in my blog? My current obsession with Chris Evans & Chris Hemsworth or my perpetual adoration for John Lloyd Cruz? :))) Seriously, it made me realize that I haven't been writing any real cheriefications.

I have made quite a few notes. I always carry a small notebook and a pen with me. #OldSchool  Whenever I get random ideas, I write them down. Whenever I remember a dialogue, I write it down. Some things are not meant to be published online, though. Trust me, all the letters I've written---and I consider these most special because they contain my very heart & soul (naks. you want a barf bag?)---could very well fit a few hundred pages in a nonfiction book.  But alas, they will never be shared with the public and will remain in the private possession of the reader.

I guess it's a combination of self-restraint and lack of time---the reason why I haven't really been posting my work in progress.  I am hoping that this blog entry changes the current course.

Do I want this blog to be a source of relationship advice? Hell to the no. Hehehehe. Source of insight, yes. Source of laughter, why not. But source of advice, I don't think so. Besides, my advice is rarely ever varied/personalized. It's very simple and applies to all sorts of problems. It's always "Do the exact opposite of what I did."

I don't claim to be an expert. Far from it. Haha! I've only had one relationship, that's how much my expertise is worth! And no, it's not a showbiz count (i.e, "my first serious boyfriend"). No flings, no non-serious drama. I just really had one boyfriend in my entire existence. But that relationship has taught me a lot and has shaped me into the person I am now. :)  And much of what I know and consequently write has been backed up by those experiences.

So, you can tell me what your relationship situation is, and I'll give you the same advice. "Well, that happened to me and I did this but it didn't work, so do the opposite." =)))))))) I always give the exact, same advice that I should come up with a pamphlet or something by now! Containing the same things. And when all else fails, I give the ultimate suggestion: PRAY!!!!!!!!

Seriously. That's my answer to every relationship problem. Pray. =P

Whatever your friends tell you (which you probably will listen to but won't follow anyway), there's truth in those words. You should try whatever help your friends and family will offer.. but couple it with prayer and you're good to go. :)

At the end of the day, all relationship problems are the same. It hurts, it's uncomfortable, it's crazy. And you wish you weren't in that situation or that things would get better.  The remedy to those problems will be varied, but let me assure you that it will all fall under the category of "This, too, shall pass."

Yes, it can get worse. But it can also get better. Just do the right thing. As Emma (from my favorite Once Upon A Time) puts it, "Generally speaking, if you think something you want to do is wrong... it is." Add to that my perennial advice of "do what I didn't then pray" and you're on your way to happily ever after! =P

Now, smile.



Do not disturb. Bubbling Sleeping in progress. ^_^

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My editor/life coach/boss recently uploaded photos of the gorgeous Finnegan O’hara and I’m torn between smiling widely and shedding a tear at how grown up he is! There was a time when he can barely sit up on his own (refer to the photo above). Now he’s everywhere! Dangling from chairs, sitting on stone steps, just being awesome, more or less. I’m happy to have been there in his early months and document some of his moments. He’s always going to be my favorite (and cutest) subject. =)

Monday, December 5, 2011

Hi, Irene Gail Mendoza. :)

Yes, I wrote your full name as my title.

This means that when someone Googles you, they're gonna land on this blog post and they won't be seeing your face. Instead, they'll find two of your truest true friends. Hahahahaha. Consider this a punishment for flaking on Ruth and moi. YOU said we were gonna watch the new Gerald-Sarah movie (although, this technically breaks our tradition coz we only watch movies of Sarah and my boyfriend---my local boyfriend, not Chris Evans). 

Now, where are you??? =P

Pardon the picspam! Haha. Notice that the photos were taken as though the camera was moving from our right heading towards the left. Hahahaha. The tripod was lazy... so my sister played substitute. =P

Aaaand here's my very good friend, Ruth! I just found out that our dads were good friends when they were younger. It's sad that they didn't get to hang out. =( 

Isn't she lovelyyyyy?

Anyway, I'm just happy to be in your company again.  Thanks for visiting me! Can't wait to get back on the shopping and food trips with you.

P.S. Irene said you wouldn't get mad if I posted your solo picture.  =))))))

Saturday, December 3, 2011

CHRISmas Wish List

Dear Santa,

I've been a VERY good girl this year. Nice has been my middle name. Here's my "Chris"mas wish list. Shirts are optional. :))

They say seven is the magic number! (In order of yummy-ness).

7.  Chris O'Donnell

6.  Chris Pine

5.  Chris Klein

4.  Chris Daughtry

(malapit ko nang ipa-print itong picture na ito at ilagay sa wallet ko!)
3. Chris Evans

(thank you, Google, for suggesting "thor shirtless")
2.  Chris Hemsworth

1. John Lloyd Chris

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On my flight back to PI, all I did was watch the "new" movies I missed. Thor was one of them.  Am I the only one who actually said "WHOA" out loud when a shirtless Chris Hemsworth appeared on screen?

Now my idealistic standards went up again! Hahahaha. Chris, baby, next time sana magpa-alam ka sakin na lalabas kang ganyan ha. Para maipag-plantsa kita ng crisp white polo shirt. Hahahahaha.

Oh, by the way...

When I grow up, I want to be Natalie Portman.  Hayden Christensen, Chris Hemsworth, Ashton Kutcher? Seriously. Where is justice and equality in this world?

It's Friday, I'm in Love.

At least with this song. :)

I have a weird taste in music----okay, maybe not weird. Maybe just a little flexible. I'm usually an 80's-90's music lover kind of chick. Wednesdays at Wave 89.1 and Fridays at Magic 89.9.  But there are some songs from this year which I like only because of the melody. Hahaha. Don't really care what the lyrics are. It can say "short girls will die tomorrow" and I'd still like it. :)))) "Pumped Up Kicks" is one such song.

Short girls better run better run because we  have baby steps and might not reach our destination in time. But I walk the same way I talk. And drive. FAST. (What's the connection / coherence / sense in all this? Nada. Just letting you guys know I'm still alive. Sleepy and tired, but alive.)

Thursday, December 1, 2011

Guess Who's Back ;-)

Shady's Shorty's back.