[Image via] A few minutes ago, before I said good night to my siblings and began pounding my fingertips on the keyboard, I nonchalantly exclaimed (as if it had to be heard), “I need to write about my Holy week reflection! Otherwise, Holy week won’t happen!” A complete exaggeration. Now here I am, a little… More Heart on the cross!
How do you know if you have moved on? The blog title was striking. Font size and style was as average as all the other titles in my WordPress feed and yet it seemed like that particular one was laid out in big bold letters just for me. I have been asking myself the same… More What moving on is all about.
I’m here to share with you my top 3 heart-melting songs from musicals I grew to love. Come and revisit the 1900’s with me! 1. He’ll always need your love, and so he’ll get your love. This is Lady Thiang, the Emperor’s first wife, singing Something Wonderful to Ms. Anna Leonowens in the 1956 movie… More 3 of a kind: heart-melting classic musical songs
That looks pretty ugly, no? The saddest thing I have come to notice about some “serious” relationships is when the couple lose almost everything while being in their romantic bubble. I know of such couples, and I cannot deny my being in one (or two) in the past (being young and idealistic, people DO tend… More We can just agree to disagree.
I am open to my dad about a lot of things. The only topic I couldn’t get myself to open up to him were those concerning the matters of the heart. I told him of my shallow crushes, y’know, to peeve him. Lol. Until one night, we found ourselves eating dinner at home, and talking… More Irreplaceable.
I will always remember you, and you will remember me, just as we will remember the evening, the rain on the windows, and all the things we’ll always have because we cannot possess them. [ B R I D A C O E L H O ] I had a dream yesterday. My subconscious playing… More Thoughts and Shadows: Loosening grip.
Almost every year, I’ve had someone else try to make my Valentine’s day “special”. In an effort to do so, I was brought to fancy dinners or to movies, was given flowers or sometimes, when the person didn’t know me at all, milk chocolates — not dark and without nuts. Well those were fun. In… More The gory day of commercialism.
“I hate to be where she is not, when she is not. And yet, I am always going, and she cannot follow.” [Audrey Niffenegger] I am a day ahead and he is a day behind. Our talks happen between my first sip of coffee for the day and his last online check before sleep. I… More Time zones and poetic memories.