This entry was posted November of last year. These are the times where I’m in my deepest solitude and lowest point in life. Times when I had series of suicidal thoughts knowing that I’m useless and do not exist at all.
Here it goes:
A Piece of Me November 16, 2008 24:09 Source: (http://deamonaire.spaces.live.com/blog/cns!D3047489E412F4D!115.entry) “ It has been 4 months since my resignation from work and even up to this time, I am still subdued to rubbish heavens.
In retrospect, I found myself stuck in a passive and non-existent milieu … I still don’t know where I’m at and why I’m there.
Slowly, I am loosing my worth.
This is completely not me. And I hate myself for not even recognizing it, justly. I’ve done things not of my own will and accord, abused and loathe my soul.
Mimicked and pretended I’m superbly well, flouted what I feel inside … peculiarly different from the voices within and the thoughts concealed in to vindicate this burlesque delineation of psychosomatic struggle inside.
Flores de Mayo is a Catholic festival held in the Philippines in the month of May. It lasts for a month, and is held in honor of the Virgin Mary. The Santa Cruzan is a parade held on the last day of Flores de Mayo in honor of Reyna Elena.
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Most people think frogs are cute, some think they are ugly, and others don't care either way. And then there are those who have learned to be phobic of them, and I am one on the list.
I’ve never been scared to frogs since childhood. I remembered playing with the toads in the garden under the rain to dissecting frogs during my biology class. Not until I experienced one shameful incident.
One summer vacation, after skinny dipping (yeah right!) in the pacific beach, I went to a mucky toilet for a shower. Had no choice but to tarry myself for an hour in this makeshift booth, mindfully aware of the existence of sneakers. There are a lot of holes enough to expose your naked glory. Haha … As if any one dares? Anyways, I still revealed myself since I am not comfy bathing in any suit. Mind you, this isn’t a public bath. Now halfway my shower time, the lights went off – brownout! So I had to endure sightless scrubbing and swabing all the way through. Then there’s a rock hard thing I felt …
In the very first round Pacquiao sent the Brit down twice with stinging hooks, first with a left and then with a right.
Manny Pacquiao knocked out Ricky Hatton with a left hook in the second round of their bout to grab the the IBO light welterweight bout at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas, Nevada, on Saturday (Sunday in Manila).
The victory makes Pacquiao a six-time world champ in five weight divisions and kept him as the top pound-for-pound fighter in the world.
Congratulations Pacquiao! We're Proud to be a Filipino!