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AdMU, FEU work together for social entrepreneurship by Ginny Villa-Real
oh look, we're on the newspaper! >:D
that's from this day's (as of writing that's November 27, 2011) issue of Manila Bulletin. >XD
i'm 3rd from left! >XD



every time i'm faced with this huge empty white block, i suddenly don't know what to write about. so many things has happened! and i always miss to blog about it. hahaha

haynaaako i want my good 'ol stressed body back! for one thing, it's thinner.
i also want my good 'ol healthy immune system back. my allergy is driving me crazy.

7 consecutive wheezes, an OJT homework that's of 0% progress, and well.. me eating junk every day!!! stuff i'm addicted with as of this period:

- breaded chicken neck (street food from outside FCM)
- kuya's lumpiang sariwa
- crepe galore's mango crepe because it's cheap and they have the best whipped cream
- el bonito's pepperoni pizza
- lugaw atbp's plain lugaw with egg. 20 pesos lang grabe the best lugaw i've ever tried! weekends and holidays on qc memorial circle >:D

whew. i am sooo freakin hungry right now.


weird. i dunno. i can't stop thinking. can't quit with the drama! >:\ e naman eh, i know it's wrong but that's how my mind works! i'm a mental masochist. pseudo realist. deviant conformist. weh.

hindi ko na rin trip magkwento dito tinatamad na ko. but i still want to write. i pretty much became more conscious nga lang cos uhm, not that anyone's actually reading, pero yun nga. in relation to one of my previous entries (or was that a draft?), i missed blogging candidly. HAHAHA

november 19 was probably the greatest part of last week. i enjoyed it more than my birthday srsly, and i didn't mean to sound so ungrateful at that but yeah. the birthday anticipation fades every year hahaha i know, it's part of the ageing process. ugh.

so 19 was Youth Hours 2011 day. it was an event organized by The Outstanding Students of the Philippines NCR Chapter (TOSP NCR). it was freakin cool, intimidating and inspiring at the same time. i thank the school so much for giving me opportunities like this. for the 2nd time (first was the 12th IYD) i was in a hall of noteworthy people. student leaders, honor students and highly philanthropic youth. how the hell am i gonna fare at that? so far, it was the best seminar workshop i've attended. all the speakers were effective. the TOSP alumni were in all ways outstanding. grabe lang. and people around me are all friggin impressive. whew.

akshadakdsad

Congrats UP AChES!!! bolded are my brods and sisses (that i know, i may have missed some people out)! >:)
Grabe jomuel, congrats! >XO
Ah wala lang, mga ka-batch ko to eh.. hahaha though i'm partly posting this just for hits. proud ex-sis. hahaha assuming my being a non-resident member still counts. hahaha

TOP NOCHERS

1 ALEXANDER RAQUEÑO SELIRIO
MAPUA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY MANILA
84.60

2 JOMUEL ADIQUE VELANDRES
UNIVERSITY OF THE PHILIPPINES LOS BAÑOS
82.20

3 JOE VAL PINTOR ALIPIN
UNIVERSITY OF SAINT LA SALLE
81.30

MARIA CHRISTINE TANKEH ASUNCION
UNIVERSITY OF THE PHILIPPINES DILIMAN
81.30

4 RICHARD CATINDIG DE GUZMAN
UNIVERSITY OF THE PHILIPPINES DILIMAN
81.10

ANDREY ACOSTA TIMOL
UNIVERSITY OF SAN CARLOS
81.10

5 DANIELSON NERIZON CULANIBAN
TECHNOLOGICAL INSTITUTE OF THE PHILIPPINES-MANILA
81.00

6 MARLON JESSPHER BENITO DE VERA
UNIVERSITY OF THE PHILIPPINES DILIMAN
80.90

7 JOHN LESTER LORION MORILLO
ADAMSON UNIVERSITY
80.70

8 NICOLE ANDREA SAN AGUSTIN YAZON
UNIVERSITY OF THE PHILIPPINES DILIMAN
80.40

9 MARIO PEREZ NISTAL JR
UNIVERSITY OF THE PHILIPPINES DILIMAN
80.10

10 GLENMON CANDIDO LIBO-ON
UNIVERSITY OF SAINT LA SALLE
80.00

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1 ABENOJA, BONAPARTE ARTHUR QUIAPOS
2 ABERILLA, JHUD MIKHAIL ORTILLO
3 ABI-ABI, MA ANGELIE ARTAZO
4 ABING, ALIMPOLOS CASINILLO
5 AGUILA, JONAS JANE MARFIL
6 ALAMIS, JUVILINO JR SANTILLAN
7 ALBA, CYMA EDEL SASOTA
8 ALFECHE, LALAINE JOAN VILLAR
9 ALIPAR, JOHN RAY LINDA
10 ALIPIN, JOE VAL PINTOR
11 ALMIRAÑEZ, KRISTAN GENOLAGA
12 ALO-AD, KAYCEE LAS HERAS
13 ALVE, MERYL JAN RESTOR
14 AMBITO, DENISE ANGELA CALUCIN
15 AMORES, RODNEY DADOLE
16 ANDAL, MARIE GRACE YVONNE CLET
17 ANQUILLANO, LEE ANN FARAH GUITTAP
18 ANTIPUESTO, WINSTON KAYE JAVIER
19 AQUINO, MICHAEL SULIT
20 ARAGONCILLO, JOSE PAOLO HERNANDEZ
21 ARAJA, RACHELL CORONADO
22 ARE, KRISTIAN RAY ANGELO GONZALES
23 ASUNCION, MARIA CHRISTINE TANKEH
24 AYSON, ROWENA AMANO
25 AZUR, FRITZIE MONGE
26 BAGONOC, JEI ROLLICER MORENO
27 BALAGTAS, CHRISTYLENE SANTUA
28 BALANE, LLORENTE MARASIGAN
29 BALOD, MARIE PAZ DULIN
30 BALUCATING, CASSEY SISON
31 BARRIGA, FRED VIRGIL ACBAYAN
32 BAYHON, ELVIE BALAYO
33 BAÑARES, MARIA NIÑA CALAM
34 BEJARIN, CHARLENE CHRISTINE BATOON
35 BEJASA, ANALYN CUPLA
36 BEJASA, OSCAR ALEX MANONGSONG
37 BELLEN, JAYSON TOGORES
38 BELMONTE, SHERYL OLEA
39 BEN, ARNEL NIERVES
40 BERIÑA, ROBERT LLOYD NARVARTE
41 BERNARDO, AARON PAULO CAMACHO
42 BERNARDO, ROBERTO HERMOSO
43 BERTULFO, JOSEPH MICHAEL TAPALES
44 BESENIO, ALDRIN DY
45 BHOGAL, PARMINDERJIT KAUR MIGUEL
46 BIBAT, CARL CESAR HERMANO
47 BILO, FRANCIS JOHN VILLAR
48 BIONGCOG, FAITH ALLENA
49 BIÑAS, RHOBERT JR GEVERO
50 BOHOLANO, SHERWIN MONTAÑEZ
51 BRANZUELA, JOHN CESAR ESPORLAS
52 BRILATA, GENEVIEVE MAY DAMPIOS
53 BRIOL, MARK RYAN BABIA
54 BUDUAN, BERNARD KARLO BRAZAS
55 BUENAVENTURA, CHARMAINE QUIRANTE
56 CABUG, ROBERT FRANCIS LABALAN
57 CADABUNA, MARK ANTHONY BUAN
58 CAINILA, JEAN CRISTE TUNGUL
59 CALDERON, CAMILLE DECANO
60 CALUBAQUIB, CESAR III MAGAT
61 CANTONG, JEANNE MARIE GALANG
62 CARILLO, RENZ ROE SANTIAGO
63 CARPO, MARK LOUIE MARATAS
64 CASABUENA, RENZ GAHOL
65 CASTILLO, ADRIANNE ROSE GATDULA
66 CASTILLO, JAMIE JOSEPH QUIZON
67 CASTILLO, KRISTIN ANNE CRUZ
68 CASTRO, LILY AMOR SALANGA
69 CENTENO, JOHN MICHAEL SANCHEZ
70 CHAVEZ, JIRELLE ANN TALUSIG
71 CHIN, JAKE LAWRIE TAN
72 CHIONG, PINKY AGUILLON
73 CHUA, CARLO ANTON ALCOSEBA
74 CLARIDAD, NOLI JR FRIAS
75 CLIMACO, MARIA IVONA FULLERO
76 CO, JAN MICHAEL LAO
77 COJA, MERVIN EUGENIO
78 COLLERA, ALVIN KIM MONTEAGUDO
79 COLUMNA, JOHN CARLO BANGAYAN
80 COMIA, ANDREW ORNIDO
81 CONCON, PAUL JEROME ALKUINO
82 CORNISTA, AARON SASUMAN
83 CRUJIDO, AILYN DOGOY
84 CRUZ, ROLAND ANDREW TARROZA
85 CULANIBAN, DANIELSON NERIZON
86 CUÑADO, HAZEL YPIL
87 DANETARAS, APRIL VISSIA CRUZ
88 DE GUZMAN, DEXBY PENASO
89 DE GUZMAN, KRISTINE JOY VALENTIN
90 DE GUZMAN, RICHARD CATINDIG
91 DE JESUS, ERWIN APULI
92 DE VERA, MARLON JESSPHER BENITO
93 DE VILLA, ANGELICA ARNUCO
94 DE VILLA, YOSHIKO ZOE DE VILLA
95 DEMALUAN, MAY CAROLINE QUIMNO
96 DIONISIO, EMERSON RIÑA
97 DIPUTADO, VEN JORDAN BUARON
98 DIVINAGRACIA, LUIGI PAOLO TAÑEZA
99 DOLLOLASA, SEIGMUND JACOB CORDERO
100 DOPEÑO, KRISTINE DENUYO
101 DUMAGAT, ALFREXZON MOJICA
102 DUQUILLA, RUSSIL JOHN CANTIGA
103 DY, CLAUDINE ROMI CHUA
104 ELUMBA, JULIE ANN CABA
105 ERMAC, KARL PATRICK JUNSAY
106 ESCABARTE, BEN ISAC ARNADO
107 ESPANTO, IREX ROMANO
108 ESPELITA, AARON AGUILAR
109 ESTORQUE, MARY JANE PEDRO
110 FAJARDO, HAZEL ANN RACIMO
111 FARONILO, JOANNA MIRZI ORPRECIO
112 FELICIANO, ALETH FUNA
113 FELIZCO, EILEEN JOSEF ESCUBIO
114 FERNANDEZ, MA ARCIE DIG
115 FERNANDEZ, XAVIER BAUTISTA
116 FIGUEROA, JOHN MARK CABARABAN
117 FLORANO, REYNALDO JR BALETA
118 FLORES, CHRISTIAN DELA CRUZ
119 FLORES, DIANA JANE BUCOG
120 FLORES, ENRILITO ELNAR
121 FLORES, GERALD REGAN DELA CRUZ
122 FORMILLEZA, MA KATHERINE LABORIANTE
123 FRIAS, JEAN RECHELL MANILA
124 GADOR, LAVINA PAGARA
125 GALANG, DUANE LEMUEL QUIÑONES
126 GARCIA, RYAN BORAZON
127 GASPE, MARK HAYDEN ANGELO MACABUHAY
128 GAYAPA, JOSEPH KENT SANGILAN
129 GELDORE, ISRAEL PESCADERO
130 GEMAOL, CHRISTIAN CAYANONG
131 GERADO, JOHANNA ROSE ODON
132 GIRON, ABRAM BAUTISTA
133 GORRE, REGINO JR CARNABLE
134 GUIA, KENNETH MARAVILLA
135 GUINTO, JULIUS CARLO TABALBAG
136 GUNABE, HANNAH MARIE MAALA
137 GURTIZA, LUNISA AQUINO
138 GUTEZA, CHRISTIAN REY ROSAL
139 HANGOD, KRISTINE-MAE SILVA
140 HERRERA, LEOZAR DESAMERO
141 HERRERA, MA KATHRINA ARAGON
142 HIPOLITO, VICTORIA MARIE PACIFICO
143 HIZON, DONN ANGELO MACALINO
144 HOURANI, KLARENZ ABALON
145 IGNACIO, JANEPIUSE EVE ESQUILA
146 INOT, LYSA BOHOL
147 JACINTO, CZARRA PAMELA TABIN
148 JARA, MARIOUS ROWEL FUROG
149 JARANTILLA, ARCHIE CALAM
150 JAVIER, ENA JANE TABERNA
151 JURADO, ORENCIO III MAGBANUA
152 JUSTIMBASTE, RALPH CABIDOG
153 KUBING, MARY MAY URMAZA
154 KWAN, EVENEVER STA MARIA
155 LABRADOR, EVAN TITUS PAUL LLENARESAS
156 LACSINA, BERNADETTE CARREON
157 LAGAT, CATHERINE CADUNGOG
158 LAGGUI, RODEL BURAGA
159 LAGUNA, LEE ANN MARIE MATARONG
160 LASTIERRE, NEIL VIRGIL TAMBASEN
161 LATAGAN, MARY JOY DECADA
162 LEE, MATTHEW VINCENT SACDALAN
163 LEGASPI, PAUL ORILLOS
164 LEGO, ALBERT BACHO
165 LIBO-ON, GLENMON CANDIDO
166 LIMBAGO, JADE CABANLIT
167 LIMCHIU, KARA THERESE SAAB
168 LLAGUNO, YEDDA LOSANDE
169 LLANES, CAMILLE HYACINTH SHAYE CABUGON
170 LUNA, CHESTER PAULO FREDELUCES
171 LUZADAS, RALPH REINIEL GONZALES
172 MAALIHAN, REYMARK DE MESA
173 MABBORANG, JAYFERSON DANGANI
174 MACATO, NADYGNE DUPRA
175 MADRES, MARK LISTER CALAR
176 MAGALE, JUPEY LAPIÑA
177 MAGCANTA, SHEILA MAE PACULBA
178 MAGTOTO, QUINTER VIAÑA
179 MALAPO, ANALYN AMADOR
180 MALASABAS, MARIECOR INDINA
181 MALIJAN, FREDERICK MANUBAY
182 MALLARI, PAULINE JOY TAYAG
183 MANANSALA, ROSE ANN JOY MARTIN
184 MAQUIRANG, SHEIG PARPA
185 MARANAN, CARLO TALLADA
186 MARANAN, MARIE CHRISTELLE DE VILLA
187 MARIANO, JANICE CRUZ
188 MASCARIÑA, NICCOLO ANDRE VASQUEZ
189 MATIONG, HANSEL PAUL ERMAC
190 MAÑALAC, ARISTOTLE JAO
191 MEDIANA, DYNA ROSE BOJOS
192 MENDOZA, MIA JOY TUGUINAYO
193 MIÑANO, GIZZAN LOURDES DE LOS SANTOS
194 MONTEALEGRE, CHARLIMAGNE MONZON
195 MORAN, SARAH JANE BORABORA
196 MORILLO, JOHN LESTER LORION
197 MOSOT, RUBY MAE SALAPI
198 NATIBO-OC, DANILO PANISA
199 NISTAL, MARIO JR PEREZ
200 NOVILLAS, GAYLE CALLANGAN
201 OMAPAS, GRELOU MEA ALMEREZ
202 ORIAS, IARA TATIANA BALAZON
203 ORTIZ, LIAN CECILIA CHUA
204 OTANI, JEHAN KAY ATANACIO
205 OZYAZGAN, ALI DELA CRUZ
206 PABLO, JOSEPHINE ALMA TURINGAN
207 PADUA, JEFF PELONIO
208 PAGTANANAN, JOSEPH ARQUIZA
209 PALLEGA, PRINCESS CLAIRE ZAMORA
210 PANSOY, CLARINE DELA MAR
211 PANTOJA, AIRA MAE ESPEDIDO
212 PARACALE, WILAME NEUDA
213 PARAMI, JUAN MIGUEL KINILITAN
214 PARDUCHO, ETHEL VALENCIA
215 PARREÑAS, MA ALITA VILLARENTE
216 PASTOR, BRENT OWEN GARCIA
217 PEDRO, NICO PAULO MIGUEL
218 PERALTA, HENRY ADVINCULA
219 PERCIL, JAYSON BAJARO
220 PEREZ, JOSE FERNANDO OCAMPO
221 PESTIO, MANUEL JR REONDANGA
222 PEÑAMANTE, DONNA ANGELES
223 PILAPIL, KAY SALVADOR
224 PINEDA, LISAER CARLO ILAGAN
225 PONCE, JOHN JULIUS RATAC
226 PRIETO, ILKA VANIA CAMBA
227 PROCIANOS, MOZER ENOCH LEGO
228 QUIAMBAO, NATALIE HIZON
229 QUILANG, CHRIS BRYAN BAUTISTA
230 QUINTOS, MARIA TERESA BACCAY
231 QUIOCSON, SANTINI LICAS
232 QUIÑONES, EILEEN ROSS AMORIN
233 RACHO, CYHDAR GASING
234 RADOC, RAIZA ALEXIS DY
235 RAPANUT, PETER JOHN PALOLAN
236 RAYPAN, MIKE LESTER TANSIONGCO
237 RAZ, ALYSSA LEIGH ALQUIROS
238 RAZON, JERICA MARISE MANDOLADO
239 RESOL, JESSA ESTANDARTE
240 REYES, ATHALIE NATALYA MARQUEZ
241 RINGOR, MARDAVE CLEMENS LEAL
242 RINGOR, RONALD FANA-ANG
243 RIVERA, ARIES VIZCARRA
244 RIVERO, CAMILLE ALVAREZ
245 RIVERO, NER VILLEGAS
246 ROA, MA CORAZON SANCOVER
247 ROBLES, NIÑA KAREN MENESES
248 RODRIGUEZ, ROLAND MADRIAGA
249 ROMERO, BENJAMIN JEREMIAH CAJUCOM
250 RONQUILLO, ELRIA MENDOZA
251 ROSALES, HERLY JHUN LIRAZAN
252 ROSAS, LEO ANGELO GONZALES
253 SALAZAR, MA LOURDES STEFFANY SAEZ
254 SALEN, VINSON JEFF ANTHONY OFRANCIA
255 SALVAMANTE, CHRISTOPHER TURINGAN
256 SAMSON, NICO ANGELO VALLADOLID
257 SAN DIEGO, JERALDINE BAUTISTA
258 SANTILLANA, MICHAEL ALLEN DORMIDO
259 SATURNINO, MARK FLORENCE PILAR
260 SELIRIO, ALEXANDER RAQUEÑO
261 SHIEH, LOUIE CHUA
262 SISON, RACHEL-ANN BEA
263 SUMERA, LAWRENCE VENERACION
264 SZKORNIK, RAYMOND JOHN MISAJON
265 TABAO, ARBIN LAGARTO
266 TABARANGAO, JERSON NANTES
267 TABOCO, KENNETH JIREH GARGANTA
268 TAGAMOLILA, MA ROWENA TALIDANO
269 TAGAROMA, JAYSON GAUIRAN
270 TAMESIS, KATHERINE MAE BUYCO
271 TAN, WILSON YAO
272 TANJUATCO, JAHRA PRESTOZA
273 TATON, FAITH ESTREMADORA
274 TAYCO, ANN MARGARETTE MARASIGAN
275 TELADO, JOHN PAOLO PASAPORTE
276 TEODOSIO, JOHN PAUL RICO
277 TIMOL, ANDREY ACOSTA
278 TOLEDO, ARJAY SABANDO
279 TOLEDO, CHRISTINE FAE YASIS
280 TRINIDAD, LEONA GAY SALCEDO
281 TSAI, JEFFERSON ARQUIZA
282 TUAZON, LEASIEL GUIRIBA
283 TUMBAGAHAN, RIZA REPANI
284 TUSCANO, TANYA JILLYN JONTONGCO
285 URBINO, FELIX ADRIAN DEL ROSARIO
286 VALENZUELA, JOSE ADRIAN PAHATE
287 VASQUEZ, MARY CELINE FROILAN
288 VELANDRES, JOMUEL ADIQUE
289 VERANO, ILEA AVILA
290 VILLANUEVA, LOUIE ARELVI GOLE CRUZ
291 VILLARBA, CHARLIE JURAK
292 VILLORA, LIZA MAE CABAYA
293 VILORIA, TRISTAN CANTILLO
294 VIRAY, MICHAEL ANGELO MELO
295 VIVAS, LINDEY GUMISAD
296 YALONG, PEARL LYNNE LIMCO
297 YAO, JOHN SIEGFREED LEE
298 YAP, KENLIN ROBIN KING
299 YAZON, NICOLE ANDREA SAN AGUSTIN
300 YUBAL, LEDANE JOY MACOL


i've finally claimed my snickers chocolates from 7 Eleven's promo! >XD i've never had this much chocolates before! >XD 30 freakin pieces of snickers peanut 35g! thank you 7 Eleven Philippines!

this is in relation to the promo i mentioned here

>XD
it's entertaining to say the least but it lacks reason. what's the point with this shallow tv program aside from entertainment? to prove everyone you can survive months living in a house with strangers? to setup a social experiment that may validate a certain social theory? that you can win millions by being yourself? napaka-noble naman. haha i couldn't think of any reason aside from looking for possible talents and giving them preliminary exposure before they are launched into the real screen... and of course the more obvious, better off un-discussed general objective of earning lots of money. 

ewan. nakakainis kasi. puro kabobohan ang laman ng local channels. even the news.
with the Philippines being run by oligarchs pretending to have humanitarian goals, you can never rely on the media to deliver the truth.
hey blog, i miss you! >XD

such a tiring, tiring, tiring BUT rewarding week! >XD Thank you Looooord! >XD
my midterms were okay! but comparing it to my previous midterms, it's kinda errrr. >:\ i'm usually more serious with midterms so i could slack off during the finals period but right now, what the heck. i may have to double my effort starting today to optimize my grades loool. such a freakin freakin annoying uber grade-conscious girl no? edi sorry! >:P i have dreams. big dreams. >:)

i lost 400 yeah. and i think i mentioned that i'm not worrying about it too much because i was kindof expecting a just payback for it HAHAHAHA lakas mag-expect but oh well! can i just call it faith? since that fretful day,
i've been too expectant that everything that happens onwards must be GOOD because i deserve just retribution for losing my allowance! and i realized that... magandang habit pala yun! hahaha tamang optimism lang. by doing so, i kind of considered everything a blessing! from my exams, to my OJT, to my classes, to ICON, and whew! to this great opportunity that was offered to me just recently.

wow Lord. i can feel your blessings pouring in! November 19 is marked.

i.am.so.blessed.
thank you so much Lord.



draft: november 8, 2011

this day was cool. the ateneo school of government came to us to train youth leaders in becoming social entrepreneurs. it's funny how we were introduced in such a flattering manner, cream of the crop and best of the best? i nearly choked on it. come on.

the topic was great! for a while i actually thought about creating my own social enterprise instead of just being a plain profit oriented business person. the thought of earning lots of money alongside alleviating a pressing social issue sounds like a perfect cause. a great philanthropic move. if i weren't so selfish then sure. but i don't think i'm up to helping that much. yeah right. ang bait ko kasi. >:P

the best part was probably the FOOD. am and pm snacks plus buffet lunch... as in with tables set up cordially at the canteen. wow. i could feel that the admu school gov really believe in investing on the youth. and being someone who's more selfish than charitable, i feel guilty having to be spent on something i may not consider doing in ten years.

BUT WAIT. this isn't to say i didn't learn anything. the lecture was eeeeevery bit inspiring, promise! but when i go out, i realize i had to help myself first. ALOT. LOL. can't do anything without money, srsly. and i think, stuff like these are initiated by upperclass citizens who have so much time and money to spare. but of course, being part of it is sooo easy. it doesn't mean you have to be the capitalist. just getting involved is a good enough move e diba?

err. yeah

draft: november 9, 2011


the seminar-workshop has ended! we were tasked to create our own social enterprise by group and present it in front of the trainees who served as our panelists along with mam sison and mam ruiz. naiinis ako sa sarili ko cos all the while i had very little faith in our group. sa loob loob ko, huhu Lord, tinatamad ako magisip. >:( then after we've put together our drafts in a powerpoint presentation, sa loob loob ko... k bahala na. i could only wish at least one group is worse. lol

we came up with a social enterprise called SOSY, which stands for Striving Out-of-School-Youth. a for profit organization which blah blah blah blah blah. it's too long, but i think it's pretty decent to share naman! i'll get back with the details when i get the slides. hehehe

but waaait, our presentation was okay! and i had to thank the panelists for being so kind. nakakatuwa cos they always find something good to say about every presentation. i admire them so much because they seem to be individuals trained to see through the efforts of people around them and appreciate it with great fervor. they were warm and friendly and accommodating and blaaaaaahh. i was impressed. i suddenly want to become someone who sees everything in a positive light! then i thought maybe only those with highly philanthropic mindsets could be like that tas yun, ewan. feeling ko kasi hindi ako ganon ka-generous and humanitarian. haha
this day i lost 400+ worth of money. for the nth time grabe. i dunno what's up with me, why do i always lose cash? >XO i was a tad too depressed about it cos i couldn't imagine how much money i've lost this year because of carelessness! or maybe the world has just gotten eviler. >:| more to depression is pain, cos early this morning, i realized i'm in yet another of my monthly bloody craps. >XO haha moody mode hitting soon. i guess. >:) i've warned my boyfriend already hahaha >:D

i wonder what good is in store for me from this loss. not that i'm expecting but the thought of a just payback is pretty encouraging. 400 is a lot of money for me. it's what's left of my allowance and now i'm broke for the entire week! sucks to be jobless! >XO

hay Lord!
because of that, here goes my 21'st birthday/2011 christmas WISHLIST! >XD

1. white musk cologne/perfume from The Body Shop

2. red mesh hard case for samsung wave 525

3. microSD reader from CD-R King

4. corpo shoes! black pointed kitten heels for OJT and the occasional job interviews >:)

5. vouchers! gift checks! from useful stores like national bookstore, sm dep't store, sm supermarket. yeah >:D

6. wine and dine lipstick from avon

7. simply pretty face powder refill (natural) from avon

8. CASH CASH CASH CASH!!!!

9. DONATE on my Paypal using the donate button i put above! >:D

10. medium wacom intuos tablet! (or bamboo fun okay lang!) >XD

Orayt. just that, for now. >:D