Hello to you! Yes, you. To one of the nicest human being who’s reading this blog now, THANK YOU! Thank you for visiting the blog of a probi. I’d like to let you know in advance that I consider myself as “student” in this blogging journey. I have yet to learn the do’s and don’ts and lots of tips on blogging which I can probably share here(?). Hopefully, I’ll be successful on this blog and in the nearest time let you see how I’ve improved. Hooray! That’s not impossible, isn’t it?Read More »
Are you as excited as me? Perhaps yes, perhaps no.
I AM SO EXCITED! Honestly, part of me is still worried on how my grades will turn out. But, I’d like to focus on the positive things for now and appreciate the breather.
Do I have plans? No concrete plans yet. I didn’t stress myself on planning about the break these past few weeks as I’ve been busy with a lot of stuff. But, don’t get me wrong. I have some things that I’d like to share with you. An experience that provided me a feeling of being “alive”. Well, some of you may or may not understand but it is simply trying out something new out of the very busy or monotonous daily life.
Have you tried visiting Cloud 9 in Antipolo? Read More »
I’ve learned about the 90s Luzon earthquake mostly from recollections by my family and relatives, which they share from time to time in various conversations. Hearing these stories makes me gloomy, yet I feel even worse when I read about the damage and casualties of the tragedy. It is hard to imagine how the people at the ground zero felt during and after the earthquake.Read More »
It is just hard to believe that there are still people who think that taking a trip is an extravagant activity and that it is just a waste of time and energy. Okay. I’m not discounting the fact that travelling can be expensive, it eats up a lot of time and it can be tiring. Yet it is also enriching, refreshing and reviving!
Perhaps, those who have negative views about traveling have mostly witnessed its negative side – how it can drain finances, time and energy that can be spent on something else.
Well, if only those people know how to strike a balance those things, then they are going to be as excited as I am every time I get to go out of town.Read More »
This can be quite difficult… Abstinence is probably the most significant change in a Christian’s lifestyle during Lent. I have my share of struggle in giving up a favorite food and doing sacrifice during this period.
Traditions are barely recognizable in such a modern fast-paced routine that we have, but there are still some that I find significant and extensively-practiced.Read More »