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WHITE LIGHT: The Search for the Ideal Engineering Personality 2010

I never pictured myself walking on the stage wearing pretty clothes or presenting myself in front of people. Sure, I loved the stage because of my theatre days when I was in high school, but, who would ever thought I would be ramping there. I still smile sheepishly when I remember everything.

This is one of those unexpected blessings I received from God. I met a lot of people. Let’s give emphasis to A LOT, okay? Hahaha. The pageant boosted my confidence and made me realize a lot of things.

I would like to thank Rommel Guevara for being the best Mr. Information Technology/partner. We both placed in the pageant and we have received numerous special awards. I would like to thank people for appreciating our retro look in the formal wear. It was a bit Katy Perry though. Hehe. 😛

From the pre-pageant to the coronation night, thank you, everyone. Thank you, kuya VJ & ate Candice. Thank you, White Lighters. Thank you, Rom. Thank you, Papa. Thank you, God. 🙂


2010 has been, without a doubt, the most exciting year for me. Best one, so far.  From January until this December, God has been showering me with blessings I would never imagine. I have experienced new things and have learned a lot with the people around me. I laughed. I cried. I became stronger. I met a lot of friends. I may have gained few enemies along the way, especially those who misunderstood my actions or who I am, I’m still thankful for them. They made me realize that no matter how good you are to people, you cannot please everybody.

It’s also been a year without my mother and I admit I have not yet recovered. I guess it would take some time.

I lost a very important person to me this year. Around the first quarter of the year. I miss you. I still do. There’s a small hope from inside of me that we’ll fix everything. It’s not our fault IT didn’t work out. I miss you. I miss you as my boy bestfriend.

My bonding time with my high school friends was mostly during the debuts some of our batchmate had. Even though we’re not together everytime (like we were in high school), I know you girls will be the best damn thing I had. See you soon, future bridesmaids!

For my class this college, I cannot thank you enough for the time you have given me and each and everyone of us. You have proved me that college is exciting, fun and of course, memorable. Everyday with you guys is like a plus in my life. Thank you.

I do not want to make this long (for I plan to have another post. Hehe.) because I do not want to spoil my other posts.

2010, you have showered me with blessings.

God, you gave them all to me.

Thank you. Thank you for an awesome year.



When I was in high school, I would spend my money in buying new books or anything good to read. I managed to have my mini collection here in my room. But somehow, as I got too attached with my online accounts, my addictive side in reading suddenly vanished. I tried reading a series after the Twilight Saga and Harry Potter, but I never managed to finish it. I stopped at book three.
I tried to to revive it. I bought four books when I was in first year college. I managed to read two out of four. My special someone back then gave me a book as his sorry gift. He knows I’m addicted to books. He even bought one book of the series I planned to finish.

There’s this person who gave me another book, I saw it in my closet yesterday. It was still wrapped in its original packaging.

I opened it.

Flipped the pages.
The smell of new book.

I miss reading.

I miss spending time with my books.

Here I am, trying to finish this book. I’m in page four as of 2:31PM.

I hope I can finish this.

I miss having those weird moments where in you would just stare blankly at one corner and think of the scenes that are happening in the story. I miss the feeling of being irritated with the main character or villain. I miss thinking about the story’s alternative ending.

Creativity. Addiction. Reading.

Once I finish this, I hope I can read the other book I bought a year ago.

And all the books I left unopened.

I believe she was destined to be my biological sister.

Clarissa was my first best girl friend in college. She was like a sister to me. I would tell her everything—nonsense or not. She knows everything—deepest secrets evenShe would even understand my actions. There was a time when I didn’t speak or say anything, but she knew exactly how I felt. She hugged me. I smiled… I wanted to cry. She was always there to listen and to give some random advice.

She was my sun. She gives me warmth when everything and everyone else was cold.

It’s been nine months since I lost my sun.

She transferred school just this school year. Honestly, it broke my heart. I lost someone I loved and trusted. I know she’ll still be by my side, but it’s not just the same. Sure, she can text and call me whenever she wants, but she won’t be in the classroom, waiting for me to tell stories. She won’t be in front of the Engineering building, waiting, with Erick and the others. She won’t be there to give me warm hugs.

I won’t be able to hug her whenever I want. I won’t be able to cry or laugh with her anytime I want.

She understood me. She knows everything about me.

It’s been nine months since I last saw her in the fourth floor of the Engineering building.

I lost a part of me when she left.

Until now, she’s the only girl I know who can understand me.

Thank you, Clar. Thank you for sparing some of your time to visit me/us this Paskuhan. I sure miss you.





How long has it been since I was a regular bloggger? Regular posting days were 2 years ago, when I was still in high school. I had my “buddies” back then. I remember Shakira, Redg and Tammy. I often stalk read their blogs. They were good writers, especially Shakira. Oh, how I miss you.
I had a short talk with Michael last week. I was surprised when he told me he was one of our “kind”. I felt happy… relieved, somehow. Weird? Maybe because I don’t know anyone who likes to rant or post some random but useful things in a blog. When I entered college, I stopped blogging. I lost inspiration. I became lazy. I hate it.
How moments have I wasted?

I could have posted those memories somewhere.

Somewhere I could read.

Somewhere I could read and remember.
We all know memories don’t ever change when everything does.
So, here I am. Trying to revive my blogger alternate ego. I do hope this post is the start.

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Retro Shot. Jeco Olimpo 2010 (c)

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