"It's been seven years. Three years na akong delayed. Three years na tayong delayed. Lagpas MRR na 'to.", sabi ni Maja Salvador, sabay lakad palayo.
Four-day trip to Baguio CIty with my UPLB classmates. Note to self: A post to remind myself that no matter how cold the weather and how bumpy the road is, you should always keep on walking.
I don't post political and serious issues in this blog, but after reading My Family's Slave two days ago, I found myself thinking about it so much that even when I was doing other things, my head is still filled with thoughts about the article. I have so many things I want to say, and I figure,... Continue Reading →
Do you ever feel like you're too young to know what you really want in life yet old enough not to? That's how I feel at twenty-two.
Ever since it was first shown--and awarded Best Picture--in the recently-concluded Metro Manila Film Festival (MMFF) 2016, I have always wanted to watch Sunday Beauty Queen in cinemas but have not had the chance to do so since I was at home in the province and malls there would rather show better-earning films than better-quality ones. Hay..but that's another... Continue Reading →