Good morning! 🙂
I am wayyyy too early here in the office so I guess I’ll try posting random thoughts here once more.
I would like to tell you my movie date experience with my friends last weekend but that would be too long so maybe I’ll just post our OBLIGATORY AFTER-THE-MOVIE PHOTO. Tenen!
Yes, we cried a lot during and after watching The Fault In Our Stars. It really is a good movie, I think it gave the book justice. Thank you Mr. John Green for the wonderful experience. 🙂
It’s effect on me: That night, I fell in love once more.
YES. I fell in love with a fictional character yet again. ANO BA YAN KC!? HAHAHAHA. Opo, sa kanila na lang muna ako kikiligin dahil hindi ko pa po yata kayang mainlove ulit sa realidad.
I know I keep on saying that I’m okay now, I’ve moved on and I am happier. I really am. And I know that other people think that I’m not telling the truth. That I am the type of girl who longs to love and be loved and that I’m really lonely inside and I’m just hiding it behind fake smiles and forced laughs.
WELL I AM NOT. I don’t really care what you think about me. I’m happy with what I have right now and that’s what matters.
People need love, I know that for a fact. But it doesn’t have to be romantic love all the time. Most of the times, the love from Jehovah, your family and friends is more than enough.
I am not closing my door to anybody. It’s just that I wanted to enjoy my time of being alone. I am alone but happy.
Soon enough, I will find my way back into love once more. (kanta yan ‘te, aminin mo!) I’ll be prepared to give and share my love that I’ve been saving up to now. And next time, it will be forever.
“People say I love you all the time – when they say, ‘take an umbrella, it’s raining,’ or ‘hurry back,’ or even ‘watch out, you’ll break your neck.’ There are hundreds of ways of wording it – you just have to listen for it, my dear.”-John Patrick, The Curious Savage
*plays All of the Stars by Ed Sheeran*