Monday, January 07, 2008

Second post

Yayyyy, a new blog entry! I promised myself to update this (recently renamed) blog at least 2 times a week. So, here's the second post! :D

I'm glad to know that there are at least 3 blog visitors everyday (excluding myself :D). The website counter recorded 1300+ visitors since November 2006. I know it's nowhere near Saab Magalona's minimum of 300+ blog readers per day, but it's a start. When I was still on (my first ever blog), I have only one reader--ME! Haha, I pity myself. :P

Actually, I don't expect a gazillion people to be interested in whatever's happening to me, let alone care for whatever I say. I made this blog for the sole purpose of letting out the thoughts and feelings crammed in my mind and soul. It's not that I don't care about the visitors (I LOVE YOU BLOG READERS! >:D< ). It's just that I blog for fun--and knowing that I am able to share what I think and feel makes it more enjoyable.

I have a LOT of things I want to blog about, but I'm not sure if I can type everything before the soft cloud of sleep surrounds me.

I'll start off with the Homily this morning. YES, I listen to the Homily. I don't get up at 8am on Sundays for nothin'! Anyway--today is the Feast of the Epiphany, and what I love most about the Homily was the message: "We are all like the Magis who were looking for the Star, which eventually leads us to Jesus. The question is not where we might find that Star, but if we would follow it."

I have set a weekly task to visit PostSecret every Sunday. As I was browsing the site a while ago, I saw this:

It brings a different kind of feeling to know that someone shares the same secret as I do (although I would not classify this as a secret, now that I have posted this in here :D).

I just failed on my second diet. I tried to do what Roussel did on our 4th year HS Christmas vacation where she did not eat/drink anything except water. I succeeded for 1 day, and that's it. Sheesh. Plan C: The after-six diet. I am SO desperate to lose weight. What I lack is the strength to overcome the temptation. Would you believe that I actually CRIED when I decided to miss supper? Haha. My parents were not very helpful too. Mom kept on insisting that I eat. She even cooked SINIGANG when she knew all along that it's my weakness. I also curse the chocolate bars and soda in our fridge. :(

I miss Blake. And Blake, if you're reading this, it means that you're my stalker (HAHAHAHHAHAHAHA) because all of my online accounts where I posted this blog address are all set to private--so unless you've sneaked into one of them, you won't have any idea that this site exists. :D Haha, here we go again.

I just bought THE album of Colbie Caillat *insert a HUGE smiley face here*!!! It's a really really good album. I love ALL of her songs. They're all well-written and the best part of it is that there's no er.. "lust-y" words in any of her songs. I love love love it! My favorite is still "Midnight Bottle". I don't know why, but it does remind me of RJ.

I made a list of books I wish to finish until January 16.

1. The Voyage of the Dawn Treader - currently reading

2. The Silver Chair

3. The Last Battle

4. The Brethren

5. The Guardian

6. Evening

7. Five People You Meet In Heaven

8. The Alchemist

9. Tuesdays With Morrie

10. By the River Piedra I Sat Down and Wept

11. Eleven Minutes

12. To Kill a Mockingbird

13. Perfect Storm

If EVER I finish that on or before January 16, Daniel Radcliffe would knock on my door and BEG me to marry him. Haha!

I am currently addicted to the Riza Santos-Will Devaughn love team. I love the two of them! I even purchased a PBB weekly pass just to watch them on their last week inside the house. I love the last 5 housemates (Gaby, Jon, Ruben, Will, and Riza) but I like Riza the best. She's so smart, nice, and pretty! And she loves God. That's what matters most. No offense to Atheists, but between Bill and Melinda Gates, if I am asked to point out who's better, I would choose Melinda--because she believes in God AND she's Catholic. Call me dogmatic, and I'll call you judgmental. Don't get me wrong. Bill and Melinda are BOTH notable Philanthropists, and I look up to the BOTH of them. Besides, if I am asked to choose between Riza (who's a non-Catholic) and Ethel (a Catholic), I would still choose Riza. Deeds outweigh the kind of Church a person belongs to, or whether he or she believes or doesn't believe in God. I still believe that an Atheist who helps others is a LOT better than a person who believes in God, but CONTINUES to do evil (notice the emphasis on "continues").

Anyway, back to the Will-Riza tandem. I am so hooked into them! I even downloaded "Bakit Ngayon Ka Lang?" and listened to it over and over and over and over again. I went nuts while watching the two of them singing it together. They're only the third celebrity couple who made me feel kilig (first would be Paula Peralejo and Patrick Garcia; second would be Roxanne Guinoo and Joross Gamboa-back in SCQ days)--and they're the ones who made me feel most kilig.. If there's such thing. :D Oh mehn. I hope I could be like Riza, and find someone like Will (minus the scandals :P) and we'll sing Bakit NAYON Ka Lang too. LOL. I also LOOOVE Jon for Riza! I was kilig too when he escorted her down the stairs during the Big Night. If ABS would work on the Will-Riza-Jon love triangle, I WILL subscribe to TFC and watch ALL the movies and TV Shows they're going to make, even if it might mean using the dreaded credit card. Leave shiteous Mariel alone. I don't want her for Jon. I would choose Peggy over her anytime.

Oh boy. Romantic Love.

When will I find mine?