A few hours ago, I wanted to start a new blog. Just a simple one. Something like Tumblr. Where you can just drown in your own thoughts and not worry about how others would think about you. I needed to write and vent out certain feelings. I needed to rant a little bit and cry a little bit. I thought that maybe it’d be easier if I write those types of entries in a separate blog. And then maybe keep the entries private. Or that only a few, carefully chosen people would know where and how to find them.
I changed my mind.
Mindanaoan.com plays a big part in my life. It’s still my “main” blog so unless something utterly weird happens or if things already start becoming a little too uncomfortable, I’ll still treat this as my main online space. I hope you guys are cool with that.
Right after that All 4 One and Color Me Badd episode, I flew to Manila, attended the Malaysian National Day celebration, met Malaysian superstar singer Ning Baizura – Dalton, met up with close gal pals, spent nights in a huge mansion with a beautiful garden and a pool (breakfasts will never be the same), met up with some political PR clients and then met up again with All 4 One and Color Me Badd.
I know, I know. My All 4 One and Color Me Badd article should be up by now but please give me a few hours more to sort the photos and videos out. There’s just so much to share and believe me, I’m so excited to let you all know what went down those fateful 2 days (one in CDO and another in Manila).
I can probably say that after that episode of my life, I will never be the same again.
No, I’m not kidding.
ANYWAYSSS…so who else has been listening to Adele’s songs as of late? I know I have.
I virtually played this “Someone Like You” song by Adele roughly 50 times before I began writing this blog entry. It’s a song so fitting for what I’m currently undergoing these days. Needless to say, I have cried buckets of tears because this song just simply spoke to me. It was so…so…MISMO.
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