Memoirs of an eccentric blogger.
Clueless (Taken with Instagram at LJ Ken.net)
Feasting on Joe Kuan’s Chicken Lugao & Tokwa’t Baboy with Jonap (Taken with instagram)
An unpublished blog from my Friendster account way back Nov, 2007.
”The measure of love is when you love without measure.”
In life, there is a big chance that you’ll meet the person you love and will love you in return. All you can do is be someone who can be loved and the rest is up to the person to realize your worth…
It’s been 5 years, 11 months and 347 days exactly since I broke up with Frank. I can still vividly remember the pain I felt that fateful night of December 2001. So painful, that it took me nearly 6 months before I can smile genuinely, before I can start appreciating life once again.
Before I can finally say, “I’ve moved on..”
Since then, I made a vow that I’ll never give my heart again.
To never fall in love again.
And I can say—somehow—I’ve succeeded.
I was able to keep that promise—for 6 years.
It was the third week of August
And I can still remember how it all began.
How I blushed every time he’s around.
How happy I am whenever I’m with him.
How he gave me butterflies in my stomach.
He’s one of a kind. Heaven sent, actually.
He’s not perfect, but I love him.
He taught me a lot of things about love and life itself.
In his own way, he made me feel special.
In his own way, he made me feel blessed.
In his own way, he made me feel—aarrgghh—twisted.
With him, I felt heaven
But I’ve no regrets. Not a tiny bit.
Because I learned that when two people separate ways.
There’s always a reason why.
We may not understand it now, but in time.
It will all make sense.
When it’s not healthy anymore.
No matter how hard
you want ,
to work things out.
Sometimes you have to give each other space.
Give each other time
There’s a thousand ways to express
how much you love them
how much you care for them
Say it. That’s good.
Make them feel it. That’s nice.
But there’s also a million ways to know
if that person loves you.
But sometimes, some people do it in a very bizarre way.
Lazy Tuesday afternoon (Taken with Instagram at Coastal Road)
The Columns (Taken with Instagram at Ayala ave cor Makati ave)
Bara Alta (Taken with Instagram at Maliksi, Bacoor, Cavite)
Fantasy (Taken with instagram)
tumblr on Flickr.
Phivolcs raise tsunami alert, waves expected Friday afternoon
March 11, 2011 @ 3:32 pm Thea Alberto
Hotel employees gather at the hotel’s entrance in Tokyo, Japan as an earthquake hits Friday, March 11, 2011. Japan was struck by a magnitude-8.8 earthquake off its northeastern coast Friday, triggering a 13-foot (4-meter) tsunami that washed away cars and tore away buildings along the coast near the epicenter. (AP Photo/Itsuo Inouye)
By Thea Alberto Yahoo! Southeast Asia
(UPDATE) The Philippine Institute of Volcanology and Seismology (Phivolcs) has raised the Tsunami alert to Level 2 , hours after an 8.8-magnitude quake hit Northern Japan.
In its Twitter account, National Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council (NDRRMC) said the alert level has been raised to level 2, and has advised the public to be “on alert for unusual waves.”
“The concerned public is advised to BE ON ALERT FOR UNUSUAL WAVES. Based on tsunami wave models and early tide gauge records of the tsunami in the Pacific, coastal areas in the Philippine provinces fronting the Pacific Ocean are expected to experience wave heights of at most one meter,” said NDRMMC in a statement.
NDRMMC said the first tsunami waves are expected to arrive between 5:00PM to 7:00PM Friday. The agency also warned that the “waves may continue for hours.”
“People are advised to stay away from the shoreline during this period. People should not go to the coast to watch the tsunami. People whose houses are very near coastal areas facing the Pacific Ocean are strongly advised to go farther inland,” it added.
Earlier, these provinces were placed under alert following the strong earthquake in Northern Japan.
In a bulletin issued, these provinces are under watch:
• Batanes Group of Islands
• Ilocos Norte
• Camarines Norte
• Camarines Sur
• Northern Samar
• Eastern Samar
• Southern Leyte
• Surigao del Norte
• Surigao del Sur
• Davao Oriental
• Davao del Sur
Japan on Friday afternoon registered an 8.8 magnitude earthquake, which NDRRMC said “has the potential to generate a destructive tsunami that can strike coastlines in the region near the epicenter within minutes to hours.”
“The pacific Tsunami Warning Center in Hawaii will monitor sea level gauges nearest the region and report if any tsunami wave activity is observed,” NDRRMC said.
In an Associated Press report, it said that in Japan’s capital, “large buildings shook violently and workers poured into the street for safety.”
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