It’s nice to know that you’re always right beside me. <3
Ever since I was in grade school, I have always been addicted to colored pens. I use it on my notes, journals, school portfolios and planner (not until I have learned to use this when I was in fourth year high school). I just don’t want to see plain black ink on the pages of my notebooks.
Colors make me happy. Being the obsessive-compulsive (OC) person that I am, I want everything to look good always and I know that the colors of the rainbow will make it work.
So here, I just had three sets of my favorite brands of colored pens to make my 2012 memories as colorful as possible. Writing stuffs on my planner can be as blithe as the ink of my pens.
I just had my first ever baby on the second day of 2012. He’s sixteen (16) days old and he’s so adorable I can hug him all the time. :)
Here, meet my baby boy, Bubuy:
Someone gave me Bubuy, the cutest cuddly pillow on Earth, as a New Year’s gift for me. I first saw this stuffed pillow at SM North Edsa during our family Christmas shopping. I was “adored-at-first-sight” with how cute this little bee is but I was in doubt to buy it, therefore I dint.
I saw the same pillow (with that someone who gave me this) at SM San Lazaro when we were buying my exchange gift for our Christmas party. I told him I wanted to have one and I did not expect he will surprised me with this on New Year.
Bubuy is so cute I can hug him all night and spend every dreams with him.
Did I say that I love bees? Because my friends call me Jollibee and he calls me Bee. <3
I remember I first planned on doing our first year album August of last year. I was too busy with school and org works that I was not able to find time to produce an album that would supposedly be an anniversary gift for him. I spent days editing pictures and took me less than a day in placing all our pictures together in one photo album.
And yes, after four months since I first thought of making this I have finally done the thing I always wanted to do for him. He still haven’t seen the fruit of my hardwork during the Christmas break but I bet he’ll be happy to see how far we’ve come.
Too much for being such a spoiled girlfriend. But at least I have come to learn how to balance being spoiled and sweet :)
I just received a gift from my forever seatmate/good friend Krishia for our Nay & Kapatids Annual Exchange Gift. I was really surprised that she was the one who picked my name. We’re so close to each other I did not have any clue. It was funny though because last year I was the one who gave her a gift.
I did not open her gift right after she gave it to me because like what I always say, I am not fond of opening gifts in front of the person who gave it to me neither do I like people opening my gift in front of me. (I just hate the feeling!).
Anyhoo, I was so happy with her gift. She just gave me what I wrote on our Barkada Wishlist. ( Yah! We had one even though we’re just 8 in our group. :P)
Here ya go! Say hello to my two new watches! :)
This red Hello Kitty watch & a Doodle Swatch-inspired watch made my day! I specifically asked for the color and she just knows my taste! I love these two watches so much I’ll wear it in school so she’ll be able to see how happy I am with her gift. It’s worth the wait. Oh! And did I say I also gave her a watch last year? :)
Hooray for the two additional on my Watch collection! :”>
Heroes are just ordinary people doing extraordinary things.
|—||Atty. Bong Lopez|
Remember the time before Friendster’s testimonials, Facebook’s Wall Posts and Formspring’s Q&A when what you have is just a pen and a notebook?
I still remember how I used to have a slumbook/autograph when I was in elementary. I will ask all my friends to fill it up for me and I get too excited to read what they wrote. Sadly, I was not able to keep those.
Kids those days are fond of answering the usual questions such as "Describe yourself"; "What is your motto?"; "Most Embarassing Moment?" and other stuffs written in the slumbook we are all familiar with, I guess. I even remember how I used to ask my classmate if I can bring her slumbook home so I can fill it up: "Pa-overnight ah. Bigay ko sayo bukas." Those were the days when life was not that stressful and everything seems as simple as the questions on a slumbook.
Last October 2011, I was asked by a friend to write on her slumbook. I even laughed at her and told her that she was having a late childhood. But still, I got too excited to write and answer questions written on the pages of her modern & for young at heart slumbook. That feeling when your childhood memories start to invade your peaceful mind yet make you laugh so much.
And just last New Year, I was able to once again have my own slumbook. 90’s babies can still be able to have that same fun, or even better, with this modernized slumbook I beg (not too much though!) someone to give to me as a New Year gift. This is a great stuff for a graduating student like me because you’ll get to have an instant remembrance from your college friends and colleagues placed on one hilarious and naughty slumbook.
You’ll think it’s just the usual slumbook until you see it’s pages. So here are some pages for you to know why I am so excited to have this slumbook which you can purchase at Witty Will Save the World, Co:
I do admire the person/s behind this slumbook and even the planners they made such as the "Relaks, puso lang yan, malayo sa bituka 2011 Planner" I used to have. He truly deserves the title Witty because it takes a witty person to come up with very good and creative ideas.
Just when you thought slumbooks are already outdated, you’re wrong. It’s still alive and will descend upon your not-so-innocent mind.
We are inviting everyone to a party organized by the big 4 universities in the Philippines (Ateneo, DLSU, UP-Manila, and UST) taking up Psychology/Behavioral Science. This event is for the benefit of each university’s chosen mental institutions. It will be at AMBER ULTRA LOUNGE, THE FORT on JANUARY 13, 2012. Party with us!
We hope to see you there! :)
2011 may not be a great year for some of us but let us not indulge ourselves with the bad memories this year has caused us. Instead, let us look forward to what the coming year has in store for us. New year means new hope. Learn from our mistakes, let go, move on.
After 16 years, I will soon say goodbye to the life of a student.
No more sleepless nights because of paper works, assignments, quizzes, major examinations.
No more “no weekends and rest days” because of Saturday classes and practices for extra-curricular activities.
Goodbye to being a Student Leader. Hello Corporate Leadership.
Real life is just about to begin.
See you soon, GRADUATION. Goodbye, school.