If I could just see you tonight

I love to walk.   Walking gives you the validation that you control where you are going. It gives you a sense of pride and accomplishment that you know you are relying on yourself to reach your destination. I have diagnosed myself early on with motion sickness. Honestly I hate travelling because of the constant […]

Long Distance Repeat

In response to the Weekly Writing Challenge: Love in the 21st Century, let me post an excerpt from one of my posts which you can view here. This is one face of a true long distance love story — from Manila to Toronto. Here you go!   This is the story of a boy meets […]

Day 4

It dawned on me that I would never have this moment again at least after a good one calendar year. I realized that I was very close to departing and leaving someone I love so dearly behind, AGAIN. I wished that it were just easy. That I can freeze the moment, stay right there or […]

SOUL SISTAH!

When I was a kid, I thought that the word “soulmate” is meant for romantic purposes only. For instance, the person you are to marry in the future. Little did I know that a soulmate is actually someone you feel a deep connection to, naturally. Maybe you hadn’t foreseen it but definitely you never forced […]

Rules of Separation

Yesterday as I watched the latest episode of Desperate housewives, I was inspired to make a post about the rules of separation. Lynette and Tom my favorite couple in Wysteria Lane was going through a separation. BUT I HAVE BEEN USED TO SEEING THEM TOGETHER SO MUCH. They were supposed to be together forever! But […]

He’s my Carl and she’s my Ellie

    How many times have I cried because of old people? A NUMBER. There is something about them that is so endearing and different. They have all these knowledge that I would never gain access to, be it in books or at school. I would only learn it from them. That is one reason […]