Friday, March 29, 2013

40 Random Things (Part II)


Continuation ....

21.  I believe that if you can’t say anything nice, it’s always best to keep quiet.
22.  A little kindness goes a long way.  Never underestimate the power of a kind gesture or a smile.
23.  I’m always fascinated with nature. I love watching the sunrise and the sunset. I love seeing flowers bloom, butterflies fluttering, and birds singing. The full moon never fails to catch my attention.
24.  I love capturing special moments. Taking pictures make me happy.
25.  I regret many things in life. I learned that in order to attain peace within, the first step is letting go. Once you do, moving on is easier.
26.  The people you love can sometimes break your heart too. Open your heart to forgiveness.
27.  Driving still remains a dream. May be one day, I can find the courage to go behind the wheel.
28.  I’m not a perfect mom but I’m trying my best to be a good one.
29.  I’m thankful for my writing job. I learn something new from every topic I write.
30.  Kare-kare will always be my favorite Filipino dish.
31.  I don’t want to think of myself as a middle-aged woman. I always want to feel young.
32.  I love bags. I wish I could buy as many bags as I want.
33.  I have a small closet. I wish I can have a walk-in closet in the future.  
34.  When the Internet is down, I feel down.
35.  I enjoy watching horror films even though my fear always gets the best of me. The Walking Dead is currently my favorite TV program.
36.  I’m thankful to modern gadgets.  I can easily connect with my loved ones in the States.
37.  I’m happy that Bruno, my Labrador is still going strong at the age of 13.
38.  I have my own share of flaws. I’m impatient, impulsive and I tend to worry about small things.
39.  Life is full of opportunities. Never be afraid to try something new.
40.  I don’t know what the future has in store for me. I only pray that God will continue to bless me and the people I love. 




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7 comments:

Alice Teh said...

Yay to Bruno!

I've learned not to regret the things I did (or didn't do) in the past. :)

Photo Cache said...

thumbs up to #26.

grechie said...

nice one girl... I too don't know how to drive... may be one day I too will be able to learn. or whoever learns first, should bring the other one where ever we want to go. hahaha!!!

Poetic Soul said...

I love the 1st one

bursky said...

i just found myself saying "uhuh" over and over again in agreement with almost everything. lol!

hooray for #34! haha!

raqgold said...

bruno is 13 years old, am sure he's loving it with your family. and i love kare-kare, too!

Tin K. said...

I agree with your #25. When I was younger, I thought I was unusual since I had tons of regrets and people (even those self-help books) tell me that one shouldn't regret anything in their life. It used to really get me down pa. But then I read an article in Reader's Digest Asia saying that regrets in life are not such a bad thing, kasi they make us appreciate all that we have even more. So now, I'm proud to say I do have regrets but still I learn to move on. It's just a part of life. =)

As for the driving, I can give you a piece of advice. Sa umpisa lang mahirap. You sometimes think that you won't be able to handle it, but when you're on the road driving, it's a really pleasant experience. I love the freedom. The feel lalo na. I even like driving alone (wag lang talaga traffic. Hehehe!)

Sa umpisa lang yan na you'll feel nervous. I remember my first time driving alone (without my tito-instructor beside me), I was going to pick up the ex-BF (now the Husband) from the airport). I was coming from somewhere in Pasay lang). But when I finally arrived and got out of the car, my legs were really shaking. Hehehe! Pero after that, wala na. GO lang. Just remember to just go for it. Oks lang yan. =)

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