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Monday, March 21, 2011

Actively Occupy

lol, I know same meaning. Anyway, I have been chatting to my nieces and nephews, talking to my eldest sister and catching up with everything with them lately. The last time I saw them was 2001, and they were quite young. I have been posting some old pictures and most of them said, "wow, I look very young in those pictures!"

My eldest turned 50 this year. I almost lost her last year from too much stress, now she is trying not to get too much. She also started working out a few times a week as stress reliever.

We are planning to contact all our cousins and maybe set-up some kind of get together. We only seen each other when we are very young. And scattered all over the world. It would be fun if we can still see each other in the near future.

My older sister in CA finally ended up leaving her husband. There is no surprised there, she always and will be the odd one in the family. When everything gets tough with her, she easily gives up and start looking for other things to do instead. I quote, "she wants to be in control of her relationship." Now everything is clear to me, that is the reason why she married a 7 year old her junior. Well, I guessed he grow up and wants to be in control after all these sarcastic.

Yup, the drama. She is suppose to be going home this coming Easter to Phil. Doon naman cguro mag-kalat yun, was the golden rule long gone? Talking about reality to people is just like talking to a blank wall.
Really! I doubt it, are you sure? Well, if you are not sure, then research it...geez wake-up!

Happy first day of SPRING!!!


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