I thought of an efficient way of acknowledging questions, comments, and suggestions forwarded to my email via my blog. Just you wait! Thank you for hitting the tab up. I might put up a post later.
Thursday, October 29, 2009
I have decided to make this post as a compensation for my unbelievably ridiculous craving for peking duck. I am near the verge of driving over to some cheap, second-grade chinese restaurant for some duck. I am not a duck fan but after tasting what seemed to be a golden duck, I clearly am attuned to the dangerous fact that... I would kill ducks for 2 servings of peking duck.
This was taken last Saturday, October 24th at Gloria Maris, Greenhills. Lim cousins (The Limorellis) gathered together to celebrate Abby's 16th birthday in advanced as he shares the same birth date with Kong-kong. As a "the second", he is obligated to spend his birthday how ever and where ever Kong-kong will celebrate his. He he. BUT a car will be ready for Abby, I can feel it.
This is Gela. She is my favorite.
"Achi Trizia, I want an iPod. The regular one. THE REAL ONE!"
BEFORE AND AFTER PHOTOS:
Why, yes. We love having tea, strolling around the park, riding on our training-wheeled bikes, and...
While my parents are out of town (or back home in Quezon) celebrating my Kong-kong's birthday, which I truly wished I have gone to, I was out. Yes, I was out celebrating with the rest of my college friends to celebrate Dei's 22nd birthday at Mogu, Serendra. The way to end such a wonderful night was to, of course, fill our tummys with our ever so reliable coffee. I was so surprised I did not get a phone call from either of my parents. Thank you, Diane for the ride home and for the shotgun sleepover. It was such an eventful night! Here are some photos: The birthday girl is in orange.
Posted by Trizia Lim at 12:06:00 AM
Wednesday, October 21, 2009
This has got to be the most heartbreaking scene. Yeowch! Excuse me but please bear in mind that I am bored and that I love watching films and taking note of my favorite scenes/lines.
Have you seen the movie yet? I know I have been a late bloomer when it comes to new releases, hence, just seeing this awesome flick now. If it weren't for my cousin, Michelle, I wouldn't have realized how entertaining it is! I think I'd be able to watch this next year, if that weren't the case.
Are you a Prudie?
Posted by Trizia Lim at 1:17:00 AM
Tuesday, October 20, 2009
I have an awesome idea. Since I have about 35 movies lined up for me to watch, I have decided to screen capture them. This is the first one.
"How can you say goodbye to someone you cant imagine living without? I didnt say goodbye. I didnt say anything" - Lizzie, My Blueberry Nights
Posted by Trizia Lim at 2:04:00 AM
Monday, October 19, 2009
If you could ask him one question, what would it be? 'Why do you make me cry all the time? Every song reminds me of you...', ' Why her?', 'Am I ready for your answer?'. The questions could go on and on.
POOR GIRLS, WHO GO THROUGH THIS AGONIZING FEELING:
It's when you're home on a Friday night. You pop Definitely Maybe while eating a bowl of popcorn. Your heart aches because you wish you had that.
It's when you're stuck in Manila traffic. You ran out of gas. And score a flat tire. Your heart aches because you wish someone could hand you a cigarette and take care of the rest.
It's when you're shopping with your girlfriends one afternoon. You pass by a store, not even the expensive ons because he doesn't mind like that, get him a goofy shirt. Your heartaches because you would much rather have an empty wallet, spending every cent, to get him the most expensive shirt than have a handful of cash to go shopping for yourself.
It's when you're in class. Your professor grills you, even more so than the Spitfire Chicken you are cooking in Cafe World. Your heart aches because you go home and tell your dog how badly your day went.
It's when you're spending time apart of each other. Girls' night out, boys' night out. 4 hours apart. Your mobile phone rings, you see his name appear on the screen--constantly checking what you girls are up to. You "accidentally" pressed 1 on speed dial and say, "Sorry... So, um...". Your heart aches because you have no one to ditch your girls' night out with.
All these taken off the top of my head. My inspiration for this entry are the stories that my single friends have been sharing with me. I honestly do not mind being single. Really. Although there are times when I imagine having someone as hot as Dr. Karev by my side, there is always an instant black cloud that tells me that guys are nothing but trouble. Only when I'm ready.
You're heart aches because you wish you hadn't written the previous paragraph because most of it, if not al, is bullshit.
This is my planner. This is the only page I can share with you. The other pages are even more chaotic than this one. How I let it all out. I've been telling my broken-hearted friends to try this habit. perfect stress reliever!
Excuse me for the grammatical errors and/or typos! Wrote this in one blow. It's 4:30 in the AM. Tell me what you think!
Posted by Trizia Lim at 4:11:00 AM
Saturday, October 17, 2009
I have not been in the loop lately. Take it in all senses of the phrase. I know that posting photos is one of my favorite excuses when I am not able to write anything worthy of your time but then again when did I ever write anything sensible enough for you to read? So much for promoting my blog. The other day, I was walking outside, looking for Harley. BAM! Something came into my mind. Something that i would like to share with you. Then POOF. It slipped my mind and now I am back to posting photos. But I swear, it would have been a good read.
Let us cut to the chase.
This was after dinner--Flying Pog, Eastwood Mall with our working girl, Diane, Eleu, and Shai, who just graduated awhile ago. Congratulations. My closest friends in the whole wide world and the rest: Diane, Shai, and Con.
I listen to her, she listens to me. I hope for both! Ha ha!
That was the end of last night and then some. On the way home, my brother Franco, told me that he feels that Eleu is a friend that I can trust. But of course!
Ask my friends and they will tell you that I am one who takes care of my things in accordance to the law? THE LAW? Ha ha ha.
I will show you.
My mom got me a black patent mobile case.
A Golla pouch for my iPod.
And a Samsonite camera pouch for my WD portable hard drive.
Imagine all these stuffed in my bag EVERYDAY.
Posted by Trizia Lim at 7:55:00 PM
Tuesday, October 13, 2009
If you want something and the opportunity is presented before you... Grab it. Questions, doubts, and regrets will be ever so present but not if you trust in Him.
I had a good start this week. I hope it ends well.
Posted by Trizia Lim at 11:58:00 PM
Friday, October 09, 2009
I am pretty sure that most girls can relate to this very peculiar entry that I choose to write at 2 in the AM. TWO REASONS. For one, it happened to me early this morning and the other, happened to me just a few minutes ago. So, here I am laying flat on my not-so-flat stomach, a lot of bakery ("bilbil" my cousin calls it the bakery) hanging fairly loose.
ONE. You know how some girls try on a minimum of 2 outfits before deciding on which one to wear for the day ahead? I am guilty. Before heading to class awhile ago, I had not put too much thought on what to wear. Normally, I would consider the weather and/or base it on the first song on shuffle. I have 6700+ songs stored in my iPod. In light of a better hue, SUNNY and SPICE UP YOUR LIFE--wear something bright, relaxed, probably a simple shirt, sneakers ,and to spice it up, I go heavy on the rings, which, of course I always do. Forgive my punctuation, a lot of commas in the previous sentence but carry on! Now, here is a thought. GLOOMY and GREGORIAN CHANT. Hee haw. This morning, I took out a pile of clothes from my closet, about 5 sets of tops and bottoms. All 5 outfits are worn and taken off in a matter of 15 minutes. I fell short and decided on the first outfit: a grey cashmere, a violet tank, and my trusty jeans. Yaya Lyns took care of the rest. IN SHORT: NAGAKALAT LANG AKO.
TWO. I am hungry. Almost all the time. Even in my sleep I feel hunger, which is very unlikely for any human being. While you normal people are in Dreamland with all the hotties--Brad Pitt, who is passe ever since Angelina Jolie; Chad Michael Murray, and the vampire, I was in Dreamland with all the notties--Lechon, Bacon, Fruit By The Foot, Pudding, Cheerios, and this goes on forever. Here is the scene a few minutes ago. Open fridge. Take out cheese. Open cabinet. Take out canned tuna. Open fridge. Take out macaroni salad. Open lid. Take out rice. See, there is a whole lot to feed 3 people. Due to the impulsive act of wanting to take out and eventually eat everything in sight, forced me to actually eat everything. I mean, these are not clothes that can be taken care of immediately; put them back neatly into the closet. I ATE EVERYTHING. EVERYTHING. IN SHORT: MATAKAW AKO.
Posted by Trizia Lim at 2:10:00 AM
Tuesday, October 06, 2009
Today, Mom and I did a little shopping. Little meaning not only small items but also light on the pocket. I have the best time in the mall, especially with my mom alongside--not only because she pays for my purchases but because she is quite a laugh.
As you may recall, in my previous post, I mentioned that I am now addicted to barrettes. This is what I got awhile ago. It is the perfect fit! And mom was a wee bit excited for me to use it. I have it on as I type.
Played dress up with Harley sporting our matching barrettes. I guess the theme is FLOWER POWER. We may as well be shipped to Hawaii to wear real ones.
Last night, I tweeted something about being creative today. Proud to say, MISSION ACCOMPLISHED. Due to my persistence of wanting to make use of my free time by doing something sensible (i.e. not laying around infront of my Mactop, not eating everything in sight, and not whoring myself out of DVDs) AND my latest addiction to hair accessories, I decided to make one.
This one is made of zippers and a brown and beige fluffy monster which I cut out of my old necklace. What do you think?
Diane and Anj are working already so I decided to get us matching notepads. See, Diane and I are planning on getting a Moleskine notebook just for the heck of it. So, this will do first. Aren't the designs cute? Yes?
Posted by Trizia Lim at 9:22:00 PM
Saturday, October 03, 2009
But I'm really to lazy to watermark my photos and I get a little too obsessive about these things.
Since I have not been up to date with posting due to the past event (Ondoy), I opt to not talk about it because we have suffered enough, the whole country. I will be posting photos for this is the only thing I can come up with now.
This was taken by Clara. I do not laugh like this.
This was taken during one of our family dinners. This is my yougest cousin, Gela.
I am addicted to barrettes and fancy clips at the moment. This was before I met up with my friends last week.
Lame post, I know. Hee hee.
Posted by Trizia Lim at 5:29:00 PM