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Monthly Archive for July, 2009

a smile like yours

I wonder how it is to look into the world through the eyes of an 85-year-old. I have a feeling I will never know. Nonetheless, in my life, I’ve had the pleasure of meeting really special kinds of people, be they young or old, and Lolo is one of the most treasured.

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fortunate chance

IT HAS been a memorable year sitting on my symbolic, albeit imaginary, couch. I have gained a lot of knowledge and have gone through so many experiences, most of which are given more meaning out of being shared with readers through this medium. Originally, I was supposed to name my column “Serendipity Thursdays” or “Serendipity […]

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ink blots

Writing is a socially acceptable form of schizophrenia. ~E.L. Doctorow I had this sudden realization while updating my blog site with WordPress over the weekend. Glancing at my side widgets labelled “ARCHIVES”, I noticed that my earliest post dates back to July 2008. That means I have been this babbling couch person for a year […]

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WE ARE probably already saturated with all the Michael Jackson media coverage since the day of his death exactly two weeks ago. But many still probably found the interest and energy to watch the coverage of his memorial service live from the Staples Center in Los Angeles, CA, which started at 1:00 in the morning […]

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adieu, moonwalker

APART from buying that one album “Bad” in cassette tape format way back in my freshman year in high school, I don’t recall ever being a big fan of The Gloved One. I think my fascination with him was more incidental to my huge childhood crush on Aga Muhlach, who used to sport that Michael […]

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