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Wednesday, May 25, 2011

GRAVITY by Sara Bareilles ♥


 I first heard this song from a lesbian movie entitled  Loving Annabelle.


Something always brings me back to you.
It never takes too long.
No matter what I say or do, I still feel you here 'till the moment I'm gone.

You hold me without touch.
You keep me without chains.
I never wanted anything so much than to drown in your love and not feel your rain.

CHORUS
Set me free, leave me be. I don't want to fall another moment into your gravity.
Here I am and I stand so tall, just the way I'm supposed to be.
But you're on to me and all over me.

You loved me 'cause I'm fragile.                                                                              
When I thought that I was strong.
But you touch me for a little while and all my fragile strength is gone.

CHORUS
Set me free, leave me be. I don't want to fall another moment into your gravity.
Here I am and I stand so tall, just the way I'm supposed to be.
But you're on to me and all over me.

I live here on my knees as I
Try to make you see that you're
Everything I think I need here on the ground.
But you're neither friend nor foe though I
Can't seem to let you go.
The one thing that I still know is that you're keeping me down
You're keeping me down, yeah, yeah, yeah
You're onto me, onto me and all over

Something always brings me back to you
It never takes too long


Tuesday, May 17, 2011

Anawangin Adventure ♥

May is my favorite month not just because it's my birth month but it is the perfect month to travel with loved ones and friends.Last week One of my co-teachers invited us to Anawangin Cove, Zambales. I said at last I 'll be able to visit the place I've been hearing about five years ago. We caught the 10:30AM bus at Victory Caloocan and arrived in San Antonio at around 2:30PM. The 20 minute boatride from Pundaquit beach to Anawangin Cove was fast but smooth. Along the way, you'll pass by the islands Capones and Camara and the view was spectacular and breath-taking!♥
The first thing that you'll notice are the pine trees along the shore. The place has its own unique touch. I noticed that there were a lot of campers in the area.But it's okay we didn't mind 'cause the whole cove was big enough to accommodate all of the campers without feeling crowded or too cramped.  The off white sand isn't as powdery and soft compared to Boracay but the quality of it is good. I enjoyed taking pictures of the horizon as the sun begins to set. You can see how beautiful the colors would change every second. I also had fun preparing food and BBQueing.It reminded me of my girls scout years!♥
I love the place so much that an overnight stay was not enough. Anyways, maybe next time we can also do island hopping from Capones to Anawangin then to Nagsasa Cove. Hoping to do all these by next year. ♥

Monday, May 16, 2011

Shamcey's 25th birthday!♥

I enjoyed tonight's birthday party of Bb. Pilipinas Shamcey Supsup! Thanks to ate Nora Castada and Craftopia, the official photo booth of beauty queens!♥
Sa uulitin!♥

Wednesday, May 11, 2011

PALAWAN EducaTour 2011 (Part Two)


One of our itineraries for the second day is going to the Puerto Princesa Subterranean River National Park or also known as The Underground River. We were all excited to see the underground river and the sites and views that we're going to see along the way. To get to the underground river, our van drove us to Sabang and from there a motorboat would transport us to the Subterranean River National Park. In the park going to the underground river, you'll see a lot of monkeys run free. be careful though, especially if you're carrying plastic bags. Those monkeys think all plastic bags have food in it that's why they would just grab it from you without any warning!
The boat ride going inside the underground river was scary especially if there's NO LIGHT! What's keeping us nervous-free and panic-free was not the car battery powered light but the friendly voice of the boatman who also entertained us with his funny jokes and interesting information about the subterranean river.
The Underground River is our country's official entry and is one of the 28 finalist to the Search for the New 7 Wonders of Nature.
I hope that all our fellow Filipinos in the different parts of the globe would have a chance to vote for our very own Underground River.

My 33rd

Thank you Lord for the gift of life. I offer this fruitful and progressive day to You.

Saturday, May 7, 2011

PALAWAN EducaTour 2011 (Part One)





It’s our first EducaTour in Palawan. All of us teachers, school administrators and staff were very excited to see the beauty and hidden treasures of our very own Puerto Princesa, Palawan. Though, majority of us did not get enough sleep the night before the trip, we were still able to fuel ourselves with enough energy to arrive quite early in the airport. We were there at 4AM and our flight’s at 7:30. By 9AM we were already in Puerto Princesa, Palawan. Our first destination was the IWAHIG Prison and Penal Farm. It is one of the most popular prisons in the Philippines. The minimum security inmates are involved in agricultural work and their families can live with them. Family members can also work there by selling handicrafts made by the inmates to earn a living. Next stop, Crocodile Farm! Actually, it's Palawan Wildlife Rescue and Conservation Center. In here they rescue endangered animals and help preserve other species. I hate crocodiles but I definitely love my crocs! I took pictures of sleeping crocodiles (babies and adults) and other animals in that area. It’s kind of like a mini zoo but more crocs. Next stop, Mitra’s Farm! Here we were given time to take pictures and to rest before going to Baker’s Hill for our merienda. After which we went back to our pension to freshen up and prepare for our dinner at the SkyLight Hotel. And that’s just the firs day! Stay tuned for Part Two!