Monday, May 28, 2012
A good friend is a connection to life- a tie to the past, a road to the future, the key to sanity in a totally insane world. -Lois Wyse
High school barkada
The most beautiful discovery true friends make is that they can grow separately without growing apart. -Elisabeth Foley
Things will be much different now that I will be starting a new chapter in life....*sigh*
Tuesday, May 15, 2012
*Me, Zary and Melvin eating at Robinson's food court...
Zary: Hahaha! Ang pangit mo Melvin! Parang Jeffrey lang!
Melvin: Sinong Jeffrey? JEPOY?! Grabe ka naman!!! Pwede ang Marx muna?
Me and Zary: BWAHAHAHAHAHA!!!! SAMAAAAAAA MOOOOOOOO!!!!
It was unintentional for the three of us to meet. But then I was glad that we did! I had a great time chatting with them, updating each other with our lives and sharing our ideas, ambitions and disappointments. The whole experience was like a breath of fresh air to my almost stale life.
Monday, May 14, 2012
Sunday, May 13, 2012
I don't really like greeting other moms a happy mother's day. No, I don't have anything against mother's day or against all mothers for that matter. It's just that because of certain circumstances, I don't/can't greet my own mom a happy mother's day. Somehow I feel guilty about it. How can I wish for other moms to have a happy one when I know that my own mother wouldn't?
Tuesday, May 8, 2012
Me: Coco, gusto mo mangga?
Coco: Bakit? Namunga ka na?
Me: Hahahaha! :\
* Kinwento ko kay Alej
I was called for an interview in the company where Alej and Coco are having their internship. As soon as I finished my exam and interview, I texted Coco and forced them to meetup with me. Hehehe.
It's been a long time since I was able to bond with them like that. No worries. No hesitations. No guilt. Just us and our genuine happiness. I realized how much I miss how they laugh their lungs out at every joke. Too bad we were only able to bond within their thirty minute break. But still, it was a time well spent.
Posted by Diana at 8:29 AM
Monday, May 7, 2012
Who says that someone who has already crossed the line of being a teenager to a young adult can’t have a surprise party?
Well actually, that was what I thought.
I had no idea that my friends were cooking something up for my birthday.
It all started with a simple text from my friend Ira inviting me to a dinner. Of course, I said yes without any questions.
Fast forward. I don’t how, but we ended up riding a cab to Shakey’s Delta.
*This would be a photo heavy blog because I'm too lazy to blog at the moment (I believe that a picture is worth a thousand words, hehe)
|Showing off my moves! Hehe|
|The Happy Birthday Song with the Shakey's staff|
|Blowing of the candle|
|My cake, yumm! :))|
|Their gift for me :">|
|The pretty ladies|
|Two of my bestEST buds :))|
|How I looked when my crush greeted me :">|
|Waiting for their last surprise for me|
|Tadahhh! Their last surprise for me. They also invited my brother :))|
|Me pretending to slice the cake|
|Awwww, again...... :')|
|The master mind. Thanks!|
|Even Mona Lisa's smile would be incomparable to my smile!|
I really am so blessed to have them as my