Writing Attempts

You are not required to like me back

Just because my heart beats faster for you doesn't mean yours should do the same. Just because I like you this much doesn't mean you have to think about me being your type. You don't have to be too sweet just to let me know you appreciate the special feelings I have for you. Your… Continue reading You are not required to like me back

Diary

Katacheme’s Sunshine Award

It took me ages to publish this post because of some technical issues.  But I hope everyone will not mind my oily and "pa-bebe" face. hahaha! Check out emzlee here. The Sunshine Rules: Thank the person/people who nominated you. Answer the questions from your nominators. Nominate eleven other bloggers Give them eleven questions. Have fun!… Continue reading Katacheme’s Sunshine Award

Fun & Entertainment

Anong nangyari sa inyo, Poy?: “A Second Chance” release date announced

I want to stop wondering “what if” I want to know “what is”.-Basha The most beloved and missed love team is back for the sequel of the movie: One More Chance which was the highest grossing film in 2007. Bea Alonzo and John Lloyd Cruz are together again as Basha and Popoy: the lovers who showed… Continue reading Anong nangyari sa inyo, Poy?: “A Second Chance” release date announced

Writing Attempts

4 Things I have learned from some unrequited “teenage” loves

Do you feel unlove by someone you love? That's okay, we're on the same boat! It's alright if we are not loved by the person we are hoping to love us. It's part of our journey in finding true love. Hop in! Let's talk for a while and let me share you some things I… Continue reading 4 Things I have learned from some unrequited “teenage” loves

Diary

When do “What if’s” become just another set of “What if’s”?

It's been months since I last thought about you. I've been seeing you quiet a lot lately but I didn't care to click on the bubble. The magic is gone. There's no more sting in my heart whenever I remember you. There's no more rush of the blood or the pumping of my heart whenever… Continue reading When do “What if’s” become just another set of “What if’s”?