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I feel you, Nicole. I really do.

I feel you, Nicole. I really do.

This lady is just like my dad. Oh the shame.

This lady is just like my dad. Oh the shame.

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"When they ask me about my future wife, I always tell them that her eyes are the only Christmas lights that deserve to be seen all year long. I tell them that she has a walk that can make an atheist believe in God just long enough to say, ‘God damn’. I tell them that if my alarm clock sounded like her voice, my snooze button would collect dust. I tell them that if she came in a bottle, I would drink her until my vision is blurry and my friends take away my keys. I tell them that if she was a book, I would memorize her table of contents. I would read her, cover to cover, hoping to find typos, just so we could both have something to work on, because aren’t we all unfinished?"

~ Rudy Francisco, A Lot Like You (via conflictingheart)

sweetest thing I’ve read so far. ❤️

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Preparing for departure from my home for 6 years. 😌😁😳asdfghjkl.I am both nervous and excited.

Preparing for departure from my home for 6 years. 😌😁😳

asdfghjkl.

I am both nervous and excited.

Warning: This is a journal entry. We were entering the St. Peter of Alcantara (please correct me if I am wrong) Parish in Pakil when I told my mom that the priest’s voice is so familiar. Then we saw Fr. Everette (I forgot how to spell his name) leading the mass. I slightly got sad because I thought he got transferred in Laguna. I remember him as the lively priest who always gives the interesting homilies in Sariaya. I enjoyed every Mass he officiated. Before the mass ended, he said that he is just a visitor in the parish.👌 I then shifted to stalker mode when the mass ended since the Laguna people wanted to take lots of photos with him. One even said, “Pa-bless po. Ang pogi nyo po.” Mommy, who is friends with some of Fr. Everett’s companions, introduced us to him. Uhh yeah, small world.☺️ 

Then we went to the pool and after an hour, there he was! And he approached my family! He talked to us! 

I do not know why I felt so kilig but after some processing, I now know that it is not just because he’s kinda cute. (Duh.) So here’s the deal: Many years ago, when I was in Quezon and so exposed to holistic upbringing and education, I put people like Fr. Everette on pedestals. I was a fan of this priest and I realize this morning that I still am. I was proud that the attendees of the mass appreciated him today. I was proud that he talked to me and my family. The child in me got back and I missed that. Oh how happy I am right now. 

If only he knows.

Warning: This is a journal entry. We were entering the St. Peter of Alcantara (please correct me if I am wrong) Parish in Pakil when I told my mom that the priest’s voice is so familiar. Then we saw Fr. Everette (I forgot how to spell his name) leading the mass. I slightly got sad because I thought he got transferred in Laguna. I remember him as the lively priest who always gives the interesting homilies in Sariaya. I enjoyed every Mass he officiated. Before the mass ended, he said that he is just a visitor in the parish.👌 I then shifted to stalker mode when the mass ended since the Laguna people wanted to take lots of photos with him. One even said, “Pa-bless po. Ang pogi nyo po.” Mommy, who is friends with some of Fr. Everett’s companions, introduced us to him. Uhh yeah, small world.☺️

Then we went to the pool and after an hour, there he was! And he approached my family! He talked to us!

I do not know why I felt so kilig but after some processing, I now know that it is not just because he’s kinda cute. (Duh.) So here’s the deal: Many years ago, when I was in Quezon and so exposed to holistic upbringing and education, I put people like Fr. Everette on pedestals. I was a fan of this priest and I realize this morning that I still am. I was proud that the attendees of the mass appreciated him today. I was proud that he talked to me and my family. The child in me got back and I missed that. Oh how happy I am right now.

If only he knows.


You have too many photos in my phone. O ayan, throwback. Ang galing nyo kasi magpamiss. 😪PS: wag choosy, puro girly songs sa phone ko. Walang bumagay. 😁✌️

Things I have learned from the OSEs:

  1. How to manage the 8 hours in the office. They do finish everything they have to do in 8 hours and just move on to the next morning when done. 
  2. How to have lengthy patience
  3. How to be more respectful
  4. How to say NO
  5. How to properly say YES
  6. How to save money
  7. How to eat in 30 minutes or less
  8. Where to find the cheapest but yummiest sisig and liempo in Makati CBD
  9. How to equally allocate 6 or more buckets of alcohol in every visit at Gerry
  10. How to divide inuman expenses
  11. How to track every company device one can think of
  12. How to be honest… to goodness… faithful
  13. When sleepy, drink coffee… or hide in the restroom
  14. When unsure, GMG (Google mo, gago)
  15. How to give myself more time and be more thankful and contented of what I have right now. 

The list just goes on but those are what I can think of and put words into at the moment.

How They Met and Other Stories - David Levithan
Hmmmm. When you really want to know that love is deserved by everyone, read this.
And I mean every single one. 

How They Met and Other Stories - David Levithan

Hmmmm. When you really want to know that love is deserved by everyone, read this.

And I mean every single one. 


#MarNellaOnMMK

My dad really loves Be Careful with My Heart and to annoy me at work, he does his best impression of the two- complete with Nikki’s G-R-R-R’s and Nicolo’s chubby cheeks. The fondness rubbed off and I think I am the bigger fan of the loveteam now. Anyway, he still likes Maya and Ser Chief more.

I loved their MMK episode last night because they did justice to the really nakakakilig story. I think if they did not properly portray the characters, the episode would just be blah. Plus, their chemistry onscreen is undeniable. 

So MarNella FTW indeed. They’re too cute!!! I am a proud fan! 

Jologs na kung jologs. KThanksBye. 

1,000 likes!
i was not even counting!

1,000 likes!

i was not even counting!

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i hardly use the word to describe somebody but recently, my friend and i did. he started it!

i hardly use the word to describe somebody but recently, my friend and i did. he started it!

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Recell Gaila G. Tabernilla

23 | AdMU '12 | Makati | Sariaya, Quezon




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