4 Things I’ve Learned from Amo Gani

Amo Gani. The person I remember whenever I hear South Border singing to Rainbow. He's a good friend, a big brother who loves arts, music, his family and his friends.  He was amazing and unforgettable. He was too young but that was God's plan- I guess. I am still haunted by his death in 2003... Continue Reading →

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Bookworm: Always Guilty. Sometimes Annoyed

I read a lot. And some people often mistakenly take me as a highly intellect biatch because I read various kinds of reading materials. While in reality,  my brain cells malfunction from time to time; I look at numbers like Chinese characters; I say stupid things; my English and even my Tagalog aren't perfect. I... Continue Reading →

Laundry Thoughts

My brain either wanders far away or in a total silence when I do my chores. It helps me make better decisions, contemplate the life I have and want. It helps clear out negative thoughts but sometimes invite some as well (well, I guess this is the downside of it). Nonetheless, I like it when my thoughts are overflowing like a waterfall ready to be written down. It may neither look peaceful and relaxing but trust me, it is.  Specially when I see my clothes being dried by the sun outside or when I see my stuff tucked in the places where they belong. 

New Year’s Resolution: Be gone

This note always brings me tears. In 2015 I've got everything planned. I was willing to give up my high paying job and earn lesser in a different industry doing a totally different thing. I was taking risks- little by little and it felt good. Really good that I thought I was ready to take... Continue Reading →

11-04-17

I am terrible in keeping challenges. I hardly finish anything in 30 days. New habits are always easier to forget. Early this year, I’ve started a project that was supposed to run the entire year and lo and behold, I didn’t even let the first quarter end before I gave it up. If you’re a regular visitor, you’ll notice that the extra link I’ve added in February is already gone without a trace.

I could have held your hand

He touched the back of my hand lightly as I sit next to him. I didn’t know and still don’t know what the gesture was for. All I could recall was the panic I felt when I felt his hand, the pumping of blood through my veins, the thumping beat of my heart and perhaps,... Continue Reading →

Things I exaggeratedly cannot live without

Addiction is defined as "a brain disorder characterized by compulsive engagement in rewarding stimuli despite adverse consequences."* Every individual human being suffers from this so-called common disorder. And I am not exaggerating if I say we will die without them because just like oxygen, we live and breathe with them. In my case, I have a... Continue Reading →

Katacheme’s Rare Gems: P-Pop

It's very rare of me to appreciate local  music, artists and even books. For one reason: the originality is no longer there- at least that's what I feel about the Filipino Pop Culture. But these gems are worth sharing because they are simply good. Yeng Constantino This reality show winner has amazing talents. She writes... Continue Reading →

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