Friday, December 11, 2009

the brain stirrer


my sister kept on talking about a movie trailer she saw in ultra. the movie she was talking about was SHUTTER ISLAND. it makes no sense to me but she seems to be excited about it so my interest was piqued. she kept blabbing about it but i dismissed it for a time. but one day, i was surprised when i saw her holding a copy of SHUTTER ISLAND (yes, the movie was based on a book). she became very quiet and wouldn't stop reading. when she finished it she wouldn't tell me the story so i decided to read it too.

the book is super shocking. the ending was super mind-boggling. until now i don't know what to believe.

READ IT PLEASE AND TELL ME WHAT YOU THINK.
I HAVE THE COPY. SO IF YOU WANT TO BORROW JUST SEE ME

shopaholic






i've been reading Sophie Kinsella's shopaholic books for a month now and i'm on my third book. i have been super amazed at the contents. all i can say is that it's so refreshing to read novels that converses with the reader. the shopaholic collection portraits Rebecca Bloomwood, the protagonist, as a super shopping addict. Rebecca loves to justify all her purchases not realizing that she already has a roomful of it. the story revolves around her addiction and how it affects her life, her parents life, her love life, and her bestfriends life. its such an interesting read because it shows the characters weakness which turns out to be one of her strengths.

being with Rebecca for a bit long has really transformed me, her confidence is really infectious.

Tuesday, November 3, 2009


ang cute nga si Yatch...






the white cat named Snow White

Happy Hallow's E'en

Monday, October 26, 2009

from a young student named Jonas Alcoriza (that name sounds familiar, "i wonder..."

To achieve Patience is to have all the conveniences of life. So i can't afford to be patient.

Friday, October 23, 2009

Thursday, October 22, 2009


a nice view from a window


my lovable doggie

Tuesday, October 20, 2009

Thursday, October 8, 2009

The White Transparent Raincoat

it was raining heavily yesterday so i decided to wear a rain coat.

i walked out of the house, walked towards the highway.

waited for public transportation.

found one.

i called it.

it stopped.

someone was already inside.

she looked at me like i came straight from a science lab.

there was something with that look, it made me feel like i came from outer space.

then i realized that i was wearing "The White Transparent Raincoat".

yeah i guess it's a bit off for a big guy like me to wear something so elemenatry-ish.

but what the f*ck.

"I'd Rather be elementary-ish than fever-ish!"

hatin' all these rainin'

i hate the rain

it makes me remember certain things that should have been stucked in the corners of my LTM

it all comes back

i don't know what to make of it

i'm happy that time turned it to a bearable degree

i'm thankful that schoolwork drowns everything

at least i'm happy now

"alone in a crowd"

Hmph! i may sound overly dramatic but CAN YOU BLAME FOR HATIN' ALL THE RAININ!!!

Remembering "Remembrance"

this book from my Favourite Author Jude Deveraux is definitely a tear-jerker.

love withstanding time.

a love that can make them closer and closer and a curse that threatens it.

sooooooo nice.......

gone wild with "Wild Orchids"

are you a fan of Jude Deveraux?

well i am, thats none debatable. hehe

among the first e-books i downloaded was Wild Orchids by Deveraux.

it was unlike all the stories i've read.

it was new for me but i liked it. hehe again

its style is different as well. all chapters in the book are narrations from the two main characters.
its like reading into their thoughts for every situation that they face.

everything intertwined in the end. great ending too.

they pretend not to love each other and tried their best to be civil due to their status and age gap but they got together in the end. (padugay-dugay pero mubigay diay to effect) haha now

please try to read Jude Deveraux. all her books are definitely a must-read.

my dog likes sweet potatoes!!!

due to the cold weather my mother decided against going out to buy snacks and boiled sweet potatoes and peanut instead.

when i arrived at our house, i found that there was nothing else to eat other than the aforementioned.

so i tried the peanuts. Hmm! yum!
then i tried the potatoes. it was to bland for my taste so i tried it with mayonnaise.

it was so nice. (try it, so nice Promise)

i finished two of it but i got bored so mashed one more. then i added two spoonfuls of mayo then i mixed again.

it was nice just like the first but i couldn't finish it so i called in heavy artillery.

i gave some of the sweet potatoe-mayo mixture to Yatch(he's my pet dog)

to my great astonishment, he gobbled everything i laid in front of him!

i was so shocked that i tried giving my cat Snow White some.

it was my second shock in that day because the ever so choosy cat and dog tandem devoured my mixture.

they ended up eating all of whats left in my platter.

hows that for an experiment.

now i have something to share to fellow pet lovers. hehe

Friday, September 25, 2009

Death of a Friend

They say that anticipating death is worse than death itself.

my friend is dying, and i know it. she doesn't know about it but i think she can feel it. you may say that i can still do something but i can't stop it from happening.

i am forced to believe that animals are food for humans according to the bible.
but it's so hard to accept this.

the event is fast approaching, that as well as her death.

i heard how she was to die, stabbed in the neck.

she did nothing wrong, but she ends up in the our table just like everyone of her kind.

she is my friend. a very goo9d friend. she is gullible, kind, friendly and gay. she made my days happy.

she is jolly. and she is a goat.

Thursday, September 17, 2009

Death of a Free Elf named Dobby (I LOVE YOUAND GOODBYE DOBBY)

(photo from:http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Dobby_Cos.jpg)

...and then with a little shudder the elf became quite still, and his eyes were nothing more than glass orbs, sprinkled with light from the stars they could not see...

*taken from the book "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows" by J.K. Rowling

This is the most tear-jerking part in the novel.
Dobby, you are the reason why i read the novels over and over again. Because by doing so, i get to "see" you one more time.