The utterly annoying moment when you’re pumped up in the middle of an awesome run listening to your favorite energy-boosting song when your earphones decides to die.
I keep breaking my earphones way too often, it’s so annoying.
But I guess there’s nothing more annoying than getting ready for a run then realizing you haven’t charged your mp3 player at all and the battery’s drained dead.
Mae-Mae invited me to the baptism of her niece. It was on a Sunday. However, being the forever-naïve-to-the-world kid she always is, she invited me on the wrong date. The baptism was still a week away. Since we haven’t hanged out for so long, we still met and roamed around.
We went to Starrs in Katipunan, went shopping for shoes, and just as we usually do, we just ate.
We went to the baptism reception the following week at their house. the food was so delicious, homemade delish made by her family. But I have no photo of that event. Hehehe.
Tolerate Mae-Mae’s vanity shots, it’ll be her birthday in a few days already, anyway. Cheers to the birthday girl!
No, not when it rains in summertime. It’s easy to love the rain then. I love people who smile when it rains during rainy days. When it’s a hassle, yet they see the rain as a miracle. A magical happening. A gift from nature.
Unfortunately, trees cannot be bought in bouquets or put in vases to stand on windowsills and bedside tables. And even if you plant them in your own garden, trees have a different kind of independence. They belong to one but to earth. You can never really fully own a tree. Humans are just like trees.
But what hideousness the world would be without trees. I love them so much, but I can never own them. But that’s much better than having to lose them. We don’t have to own what we love.
Trees are beautiful. We can never own them. We can only love them and admire them, sometimes from afar.