I'd like to end this year on a good note,
that through the ups and downs this year, I feel incredibly blessed to have lived another year of this wonderful life. God has graced me with many beautiful opportunities and people, and I look forward to the next year and everything else that God has in store for me. I hope everyone has a wonderful and safe New Years! :D
Don't question someone's intention to better...
I’ll hate writing this post, but I keep seeing these “you shouldn’t wait for the new years to change” and it’s grinding my gears, really. When December reaches, we look back at the past year and take inventory on the recollection of the bads and the good that happened. I often tell myself after going through hardships that it’s a new day, and things can be just...
Fresh Start. →
superduperjustin: I don’t understand why people give others so much shit for wanting to change for the new year. That whole, “You shouldn’t wait ‘til New Years to change who you are. You should do it now.” In the end, what’s the harm? People wanting to better their lives is all that should matter. Maybe it’s on the basis of them reflecting how much they’ve gone through this past year, and that...
I hate being surrounded by negativity.
I just unfollowed some people cause all they post about now is fuck this, fuck that. Just all complaints. I just hate reading that stuff or being around it because it really disrupts my mood. It’s such a turnoff when people can only see and expect the worst of the world.
I personally do believe that the new year is a...
It’s just because every year, my resolutions are meant to better myself one step at a time. Current events change; people change. I have to adapt to that, and I devote this life-long goal to better myself. 2009 was the year I improved my self-confidence. Found a style I liked, got a haircut that worked well, pierced my ears, and got my braces off. I felt good and I felt myself becoming more...
Anonymous asked: would you ever get back with any of your exes? or someone you talked to?
Some people think luxury is the opposite of poverty. It is not. It is the...– Coco Chanel
Anonymous asked: hi i think you are amazing and most definitely the sweetest guy on tumblr
When it comes to spending money on clothes and accessories, I’m on opposite ends of the spectrum. For clothes, I’m really cheap. Like, thrifting cheap. Reason being is because I often get tired of clothes so I try to switch up my wardrobe constantly. Then I don’t feel bad for donating clothes back because I bought them at a cheap price anyways. Then again, I would drop several...
Probably one of my favorite things to do is to sit...
Bask in the ambience. Bask in the ambience. Bask in the ambience.
Anonymous asked: Okay, I'm not meaning to sound judgemental or close-minded in anyway but I consider myself Christian and I used to believe that gays go to hell not matter what even bisexuals but then...You and then I just can't see God send someone as nice and sweet and someone who loves Him so much to Hell.
A Breath of Fresh Air.
I love and live for those moments where the saying “it’s like a breath of fresh air” can clearly describe it. I really have a thing for serene things. Tranquility is beautiful. It might be a song that is simply beautiful (like the one on my page haha), or a scenic view (like my background image). Ever since I took that major religions class and learned about Hinduism, I find...
My New Year's Resolution:
To accept the things that I cannot change, and to be proactive with the things that I want to change that can be changed.
nestorarnel: Marry Me - Train I just think this...
I was playing around with my mom’s new iPad, and I wanted to try and record something. haha so yeah, just me singing Sunday Morning on a Monday evening.
Grandma called me guapo.
:3 I’m on the gwaps level, according to my grams.
New Year's Challenge Day One:
Ten Things You Did This Year: Became friends with people from college who I feel comfortable with. Went to my first Giant’s game. Joined my first charity. Bought a $730 bag. Tried eggs for the first time. Realized my love for thrifting, and realized my hate for calculus. First time dying my hair (with not a lot of luck). Maintained and sustained old friendships. Grew up.
Church tomorrow at 5am.
It's true that exes can still be friends.
Last night, I got to chill and catch up with one of my exes, and it reminded me of how much I love the guy. Not so much in the sense of “I want to date him again” but more so in the sense that I’d do anything for that guy. I love him to death.
Does anyone have any good book suggestions?
Not so much of the well-known classics, but more of the underrated kinds. Suggestions?
Anonymous asked: You don't need to respond to this. I just wanted to let you know that you truly inspire me to stay true to myself. I can still believe that I can end up with a boy who doesn't have to use his body to impress me. I can go on about this for a while but I'll just save you time and tell you thanks. Happy holidays! I'm also looking forward to start going back to church :]
Thing I would like to do before the Christmas...
Trip to the city. Ice Skating in the city. Go to Sibang Gabi at least once. Find a friggen Christmas sweater.
Mom and I were talking, and she told me that her best friend’s sister had just died yesterday from cancer. My mom has a lot of girlfriends, so it isn’t the first time I’ve heard news like this. The first question that always pops up into my head is if the woman had children, so I asked her. She told me that she had two daughters, one thirteen year old and one fifteen year old. ...
Anonymous asked: you're so adorable c:
Anonymous asked: Made any progress in that calc? lol -previous asker