The Shape of Circle

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I like the shape of circle now.I like it for many reasons, but most importantly I like it because it reminds me of you.I like how round your eyes are. Those brown eyes lead me to you even before you introduced yourself. I like it even better because I can see your emotions from those, and I like it when they shimmer when we talk.I like your nostrils that are shaped like small circles. When you sniff and smell my hair, my face, not to mention my underarms. It tickles me and it makes me comfortable with…

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College was a big change for me, maybe also for others. Many students came from different places, and using different languages. For example, in my dormitory, we came from all over the Philippines. From Leyte, Samar, Bacolod, Masbate, Zamboanga and Palawan. It was a chaos for me as a province girl, now living in a big old city.First day of class in college, and everyone needs to introduce themselves. Name, from what school, and where you came from. Of course I got my turn, I introduced myself and told the whole class I’m from Tandag, Surigao del Sur…

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I’ve been living in Cebu since I was college. Almost all those years I was just in the City, trying to survive in the university. I started to know the place even more the moment I got out of school. Since then, exploring the whole province has been one heck of an adventure. Until now, Cebu never fails to surprise me, in every destination, it offers a different perspective and a different fun. One of the places I was surprised with is this little group of islands called Camotes.The name itself is intriguing. It sounds like Kamote, which…

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Growing up as a Catholic, I always hear the phrase “Spread the word of God”. Back then, it was just a phrase for me that I usually use in making my reflection for the Sunday Mass in High school. An assignment I need to pass and to conclude everything in my writing, I shamefully addressed it as a simple action. And here I am embarrassed of what I did in my teenage phase. With this in mind, I come to think how the apostles did it. It’s amazing how they lack transportation, yet they were able to give catechism…

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Liebster Award!

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Follow my blog with BloglovinHey guys! I want to share something with you… I have an award! *happy dance* Thank you very much to Sarah from 31 and over for the nomination! Similarly, I’m going to nominate new blogs for this award.What is Liebster Award?Liebster Award is a recognition given to bloggers by other bloggers. Upon acceptance, you must then pass it on to other bloggers to continue sharing the love and discovering new blogs.The rules:1. Thank and link to the blogger who nominated you2. Create a post on your blog, displaying the…

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Christmas is a festive celebration here in the Philippines. We celebrate it for months, the decorations are all over since September. We can hear Christmas carols even before Halloween. Indeed, as a Catholic Country this is a special season. But do we all know what this celebration really means? I wish you answered the question with a YES.I would like to share with you about Christian Life Movement (CLM) campaign every December. But first you might want to ask “What is Christian Life Movement?”. CLM is an ecclesial movement approved by His Holiness St. John Paul II in 1994…

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Last year, I was part of an adventure where we went island hopping for four days. It was epic. And since then I’ve tried to join these adventures organized by Outdoorsman’s hub, but it seems the universe is not on my side, or should I say my schedule was a mess. I keep on skipping those activities, until the day we went on a 2-Day trip to Guintarcan Island.Does the island ring a bell? No. I thought so. Because this is not a common destination. In fact, I never heard of it until the Facebook group…

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Two months ago I visited Siargao and until now I still can’t move on. No days have passed without thinking when will I go back. I’m not sure why, but what I know is there’s something on the island that made me fall in love with it. Maybe it’s the waves, the people, the vibe. I can’t specifically point out what it is. Maybe the whole package the island can give.  I don’t know. What I know for sure is that there’s a lot of things going on in this simple yet amazing…

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I want to try something new for my next trip. I said that to myself. It could be simple, as long as it will be memorable. Then couchsurfing came to my mind. I tried to get a free accommodation and contacted people from couchsurfing who are located in Iloilo City. What happened was I wasn’t able to get a host, but I have met new people through this. This is my first time to meet couchsurfers and it was great. I met Juno, who’s from Ilo-ilo. He was nice and bubbly and a bit crazy actually. Hello…

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Sabang Daguitan Surf Camp

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Can’t deny it, but I’ve been into surfing lately. It was all started in Lanuza, then I got stoked in Mati, and tried it here in Sabang Daguitan Surf Camp in Dulag, Leyte. I don’t know what’s with this activity, and why it is so addicting so don’t ask me. Just try it and don’t ever blame me if you’ll be the next addict. Haha.I must say that Sabang Daguitan Surf Camp is a good place for beginners. And as a beginner who tried to surf bigger waves more than I can…

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