Sunday, November 30, 2008


Sunday, November 16, 2008

Strawberry Parfait

The title is tempting, isn't it? My favorite dessert. Makes me smile too.
I've always tried to avoid saying something at a certain point that will have me regret and experience the opposite sooner.
I've never been that expressive with feelings or anything that relates to being all sentimental and acting too sweet.
Then came this person who is my exact opposite (except for the gender).
Too sweet, too sensitive and too much great of a friend. Never in my entire 20 years have I met or even had a friend like her.
She's a gem.
This is my only way of letting the world know of how appreciative I am for knowing someone like her.
Even though people at work kind of talks about us being too close, I don't care because there is definitely nothing beyond that closeness.
I've found someone whom I can confide in and talk about things I've never managed to tell other people.
Although trusting her with everything about me will be a little difficult since I have trust issues.
You break it and it will never be fixed.

Things have been pretty hectic at work.
I'm still caught up with our badminton and volleyball tournament as well as our dance production for the Christmas Party.
Tomorrow (Monday), we'll start working on Step Up 2 production. Getting a bit excited about it because our choreographer seems to know his stuff.
Our Step Up 1 production's not that bad so hopefully the  Step Up 2 part will be better :)

Til next update.

Sunday, November 9, 2008

Wednesday, November 5, 2008

A good thing or a bad thing

A decision has been made making Obama the new president of the United States of America. This would definitely be a history in the making. To think that an African-American senator had been elected to be the head chief of a powerful country. Now as I've mentioned way back before, I'm not really into politics, not that I'm not interested but because it just gets me all hyper and stuff just talking about it.

The only thing that caught my attention was the fact that part of Obama's platform was to discontinue outsourcing from different countries. Making sure that an american family is assured of a job anywhere in the US. Of course it's not a bad thing, this is his way of getting through the people of America, but see the thing is this kind of business has been growing and expanding all over, specially here in the Philippines. The thing is, if he's going to stop outsourcing what'll happen to us here in the Philippines who mostly rely on getting a job as a call center agent because the pay's much better than regular day job in the government (if you're not corrupt, of course). What will happen to the people who had hopes of getting promoted to a better position, who had worked hard *cough cough* to get to where they are now. What a sad thing.

Tomorrow's my birthday. I'm going to be 21. Happy birthday to me.