Showing posts from October, 2010

Funny Movie Made Me Cry: “I Do”

Funny it seems but I really cried over a tagalog comedy movie “I Do” of star cinema. I am not really a fan of tagalong movies but I was curious of the story and wanted to know what the ending is. So, I watched it alone after office hours. It was a comedy movie but there a lot of drama moments. I’ve watched it for the reason that maybe I could relate to the story and somehow it could give me answers on how to solve my cancelled engagement. I was not wrong, there are some scenes in the movie that I could relate to, like in the movie the boy protagonists sold his car to be able to pay the wedding expenses which my bf also did to fund our planned wedding which is cancelled. What struck me the most is when Enchong Dee(male protagonist) say these words to his father in-law: “ Sana po mpatawad nyo ako Mang Caloy, pero sana maintindihan nyo n mahirap mamili s dalawang taong mahal ko, ang pamilya ko o si yumi.”. Well, I can so relate and I am still in that situation and couldn’t decide who to c

I am Still Here

Hello fellow blogger. It is nice to be back once again in blogging. I don’t know what happened to me this past few months that I wasn’t been able to have a new post. But I could say that a lot of things came across into my life since the last time I keep in touch with you guys. Too bad I missed to share it with you. This blogging activity could have been a great help to me in releasing the burdens during those times but I haven’t been able to do so. Well for you to have a glimpse with what is happening to me, here are some of the highlights; top of the list is my canceled marriage engagement, second is the conflict I encountered with my co-employees, and I also got to experienced being alone in our house for three weeks that almost drove me to depression. Thank God I am alive and that some things had been settled in a nice way. On the bright side I was already promoted and I had been able to attend a very unique and helpful leadership seminar. This leadership (FLEX) seminar had been a