Once upon a time, there exists “reality” - a time synced to being offline for several hours a day. A time to step outside and feel the wind, smell the flowers, hear the birds chip, taste the delicious eggs made by mom for breakfast and see the green, luscious fields. There were no online social networking, no necessary gadgets to “fit in” to society, and no 24/7 internet connection. It’s purely life disconnected from the addicting virtual atmosphere of the world wide web. That was then. Continue reading
It’s too depressing to innately know that most of us are living a life of comfort and blindly, we don’t really see what’s going on with the world unless we’ll take that little chunk of time to just, for a moment, think of the past, present, and the future. It’s as if we all live in this sphere revolving around the internet – not that it’s a bad thing (it’s actually a great invention, no doubt!). But my point is… have you ever told your Social Networking “virtual partner” to maybe cool things off for a moment? So that you could get out and experience real things rather than sit in front of the computer all day, complain, and say “I wish I was that girl on the photo tagged by (insert name of your mutual friend).” Continue reading
Before the year ended, me and my friends flew to the upper side of the Philippines – yeah, in short, Manila (just for fun, though). A part of flying back and forth from your hometown to a place obviously full of ginormous opportunities was a simple date with the airport – that place where you get to do a lot of crazy stuff while waiting to board, or even while waiting for your plane to arrive at any time of the day! Geez!
The NAIA was
our my perfect playground! Continue reading
I was running down the mall to get a bag of chewy cookies from the local bakery (to pair with my afternoon coffee, of course!) when all of a sudden I was mesmerized by those thick-browed creatures staring at me as if I did something illegal. Oopsies? I did my crazy stare as well but their overpowering red-colored feather of pure anger got on my nerves! Seriously?