Thursday, April 30, 2009
Zara top (as dress) + bag, Promod boots, Evita Peron braid band , Trunk show bangle, Guess men's watch
Wednesday, April 29, 2009
Had lunch with Lalaine and Toni and kept goin in different shops to shield ourselves from the rain (sunny-rainy-sunny-rainy again and again). Had dessert right after. Riz arrived and just had to get some cupcakes with her as well.
Fun day with the girliesz! Days like this make me forget about the sucky quarterm system our school's following (meaning: no summer vaca or term breaks).
Lovin the :
Red Velvet cupcake from Sonja's
((Wish California Pizza Kitchen still had their Red Velvet cheesecake))
the Fantasia & [sugar-free, egg-free] chocolate cake from Miss Desserts
Cupcakes by Sonja
(Serendra, Bonifacio High Street)
Tuesday, April 28, 2009
The odd photo used as a wall treatment to a formal study really caught my eye. I'm currently browsing through ART NOW (Artists at the rise of the new millennium)- and the minds of the featured artists are just ridiculously wired and brilliant.
Beyond The Pleasure Principle by Sarah Lucas
"I like my things to be accessible and slightly irreverent at the same time.
Monday, April 27, 2009
I was fine with the funny comments on my cbox til my heart jumped a while ago when someone pretended to be me/used my name and posted a really looney remark.
I intentionally placed it there so commenting would be easy for my friends/relatives, but it turned out to be easy for cowards to bash me as well. I mean to me, that's perfectly fine-- in the real world, you can't please everybody. So I continued to respond to decent questions by visitors and shrugged off those that didn't matter. I felt like I didn't need to explain myself to those comments from meanies, they don't know me and again this is a personal blog made for my family and friends. But, I just realized that I couldn't allow any more of those unfiltered comments since they're just taking up too much space-- such an eyesore. :) It actually annoyed my friends more than me! (Note to self: It is better to feel too much than feel nothing at all. Sigh.)
You can still comment on each of my posts but I now moderate them. :)
OH, the convenience of remaining one's anonymity in the cbox sure does allow some people to mask their cowardice.
"I do believe that where there is a choice only between cowardice and violence, I would advise violence."
NAMASTE, peeps. PEACE :D