Work for an international publishing agency (and receive at least a 6-digit salary ;) )
Travel the world, write a book about my journey. (And said book becomes a bestseller.)
Open up a bookshop slash cafe
Meet my one and only, fall in love in the most romantic way, get married and have twins :)) [[Like my Lola and Mom with their first, only and last boyfriend (my Lolo and my Dad of course!)… well,they didn’t have twins but anyway.]]
Be a big help in saving the world and humanity. (Like end world hunger, poverty or stop global warming.)
Go to heaven :)
Doesn’t have to be in order but I would prefer the last one to be… well, last.
But what I really want right now is to pass my Archaeo and Math 11 exam and become a better good(I would say better but that implies that I’m already good) player in Duck Pin Bowling!
Technically what I’ve done is not exactly 8 people but 8 “bullets” :))
Mom - is my heroine.
Dad - is my hero.
Lolo - As my shirt and my brother’s say “MY LOLO ROCKS!” From solving math problems to cracking corny jokes, my Lolo can do it all.
My Friends - I admire them for sticking with a deranged person like me! Joke. :)) But I really do admire my friends. My “AWESOME” friends for so many reasons :)
My Teachers - I’m going to be honest: Not all of my teachers. (My batchmates know not all were great teachers. Memorable, I suppose. But in a “I-haven’t-really-learned-much-from-you-from-either-the-academic-sense-or-in-morals” kind of way.) ANYWAY. I admire my teachers because I can truly say I’ve learned a lot from them (and not just academically.)
These modern people of the arts: J.K. Rowling, Diana Wynne Jones, Meg Cabot, Neil Gaiman, Tim Burton, Johnny Depp and many more writers, actors and artists.
People who are strong. Not in the literal sense, but those who never give up. Who smile even though there are more reasons to cry.
People who love unconditionally. Especially those who offer this kind of love to God.
I think I admire everyone. Everyone who is real and is true to themselves. :)
When you wake up at 8:52 am (luckily) because someone texted you asking WHERE ARE YOU? then you suddenly find out that you need (though it is really optional) to go to school at 9 am and it usually takes you at least an hour to get there.
Scientists call it the Naked Photo Test, and it works like this: say a photo turns up of you nakedly doing something that would shame you and your family for generations. Bestiality, perhaps. Ask yourself how many people in your life you would trust with that photo. If you’re like the rest of us, you probably have at most two.
Even more depressing, studies show that about one out of four people have no one they can confide in. Why?
#1 We don’t have enough annoying strangers in our lives. #2 We don’t have enough annoying friends, either. #3 Texting is a shitty way to communicate. #4 Online company only makes us lonelier. #5 We don’t get criticized enough. #6 We’re victims of the Outrage Machine. #7 We feel worthless, because we actually are worth less.
This has gotta be one of the best ones from Cracked. Compelling.
Artemis is my favorite Greek Goddess. (And I love how she and her twin brother, Apollo are depicted in Percy Jackson :D)
I was baptized a Catholic on October 31.
My mom says I liked chandeliers as a kid, I guess I still do.
Saudi Arabia is the first country I visited.
If I was born a boy, my name would have been Allan.
I don’t sing in the shower.
The first movie I watched in a movie house was about fairies.
My Chuck Taylors: 1.) The plain navy blue (like maong) 2. Olive Green with sky blue outline bought at the Converse Factory Outlet and 3. A plain white one- waiting to be designed @ Analogue Soul. // I donated #1 and #2 is retired after four long years and #3 is still in the box :))
I didn’t have Chicken Pox. Yet. But I hope to skip it.