salmon & milk tea
In my life I’ve made tons of wrong decisions. For example, taking up a course I completely have no idea about. Thank God I met Paul during our third year in college which prevented me from shifting to Architecture, I’d probably be still stuck in school by now. But what if I just grabbed the opportunity and shifted anyway? Would I have had a different life then?
Some thoughts have been occurring to me lately, and right now when I’m supposed to be sleeping, I’m thinking about the choices I made and the choices that other people made because of me. The what if’s always played around my head like a broken top.
I guess what I’m trying to put out is that this is me. I am a collection of past errors and mistakes and I feel that I can’t make things right. It’s true that our choices make us who we are but there is a great deal of ourselves being made while we are making those decisions.
I think I’m done with thinking about the things that might have been. I need to start focusing on my life right now and where I want to go. Because honestly, I feel that it is going to be a looong journey. Plans are good but in life things are never in accordance with what we think we want so why bother.
Looking at this photo I remember that we were on top of a hill and Paul wanted to take a photo of me. I didn’t want to so I went and tried to grab the camera from him. Unknowingly though, he pressed the shutter and captured me in my true-est form. It’s sometimes unbelievable how he brings out the best in me.
Right now, I told him I want to live in Japan for a year, take up a second degree and not a masters unlike most people with sense would, pursue my insatiable want and happiness in art. He pushes me like I won’t make a fool of myself and I just go on ahead because I know he’ll catch me when I trip over.
With this, I’d like to thank whoever is reading this. This is a ridiculously long piece of nonsense that wasted 312.24 seconds of your life, but still.
Antipolo, Rizal | April 2014
Ricoh 35 efl | Solid Gold 200 | 04.2014

In my life I’ve made tons of wrong decisions. For example, taking up a course I completely have no idea about. Thank God I met Paul during our third year in college which prevented me from shifting to Architecture, I’d probably be still stuck in school by now. But what if I just grabbed the opportunity and shifted anyway? Would I have had a different life then?

Some thoughts have been occurring to me lately, and right now when I’m supposed to be sleeping, I’m thinking about the choices I made and the choices that other people made because of me. The what if’s always played around my head like a broken top.

I guess what I’m trying to put out is that this is me. I am a collection of past errors and mistakes and I feel that I can’t make things right. It’s true that our choices make us who we are but there is a great deal of ourselves being made while we are making those decisions.

I think I’m done with thinking about the things that might have been. I need to start focusing on my life right now and where I want to go. Because honestly, I feel that it is going to be a looong journey. Plans are good but in life things are never in accordance with what we think we want so why bother.

Looking at this photo I remember that we were on top of a hill and Paul wanted to take a photo of me. I didn’t want to so I went and tried to grab the camera from him. Unknowingly though, he pressed the shutter and captured me in my true-est form. It’s sometimes unbelievable how he brings out the best in me.

Right now, I told him I want to live in Japan for a year, take up a second degree and not a masters unlike most people with sense would, pursue my insatiable want and happiness in art. He pushes me like I won’t make a fool of myself and I just go on ahead because I know he’ll catch me when I trip over.

With this, I’d like to thank whoever is reading this. This is a ridiculously long piece of nonsense that wasted 312.24 seconds of your life, but still.

Antipolo, Rizal | April 2014

Ricoh 35 efl | Solid Gold 200 | 04.2014

Kid Cudi  (via psych-facts)
“I just wanna go on more adventures. Be around good energy. Connect with people. Learn new things. Grow.”

Bits and pieces.

My double deck bed turned into a shelf for my mostly unread books. The calendar at the bottom was the one I used to track down the remaining days for review during the board exam season. Somehow I just couldn’t find it in me to throw it away. I think this is the problem with me, I’d rather be with good books than with people most of the time. 

Ricoh 35 efl | Solid Gold 200 & Kodakcolor 200 | 02-04.2014

“Fall has always been my favorite season. The time when everything bursts with its last beauty, as if nature had been saving up all year for the grand finale.” ― Lauren DeStefano
Caleruega, Batangas | December 2012

“Fall has always been my favorite season. The time when everything bursts with its last beauty, as if nature had been saving up all year for the grand finale.” 
― Lauren DeStefano

Caleruega, Batangas | December 2012

Hooked
Ricoh 35 efl | Expired Fujicolor c200 | 02.2014

Hooked

Ricoh 35 efl | Expired Fujicolor c200 | 02.2014

Kodak camera and Mini Spy Cameras from the 1950’s to the 1960’s from one of Paul’s surprise dinners at La Scala.

One of the best nights ever!

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