This guy is one of the few people who have witnessed the weird side of me.
I was so talkative during the hike, asking if we're already at the peak when I am the one who planned to go up the mountain on that. very. day.
I was complaining because my head felt like it was palpitating and my legs hurt so much! 😫
And oh, YES! I decided for like... 3 seconds that we should go climbing and I never had second thoughts. Hahahahahaha
It was worth it. Especially when we went to a fast-food restaurant with our own sachets of coffee—so we won't bother to order a drink with our food—and took sips in front of the CCTV camera!
Oh, it was so memorable!
I'm looking forward for more adventures with him and my other friends. ❤
It was January 6, 2018 when my new circle and I went to this place in Antipolo. It was so fun! Especially when we all watched the sunset and waited for the stars to come out while eating potato fries by the parking lot. ❤
"In that moment, I swear, we were infinite."
Been doing a lot of contemplating and soul searching this year. What keeps coming up are little reminders, like how I’ve been blessed with knowing some truly remarkable and wonderful human beings. Also that deep down I’m still a hopeless romantic (contrary to popular belief), who plays out life events in her head like scenes from a musical—though know that coffee is still my #1
bae. Thanks to all who’ve been patient with my negative whims and who’ve encouraged me at the very moments when I needed to hear it the most. ⠀
You’re wonderful and made out of stardust and that’s pretty magical. ⚡️ ⠀
It comes and goes in waves--it always does🌅
📷 and 🎨 by his stormy wave
P.S. Ah, this picture makes me really emotional. I should've been more grateful than I've ever been for having him here with me. I remember how I sucked at being me (still do, actually, hehe) and give lack of appreciation of what I was doing. I hated my songs that I created, my quotes that I wrote, and, especially, my work of photography, especially my editing. I was yelling uselessly announcing that maybe it's my gear and my screen problem, because the work didn't seem to pop up like when I was editing them. Well, no one seems to believe. All they said is it has nothing to do with my gear and I just suck at it, telling me, "No one that's actually good in it will ever blame their gears". Maybe, I still suck until now. But, what makes me really sick of trying is when they started to compare, choose, criticize--in such an unhealthy way. Even I had deleted my old instagram account because I can't stand all those influences. I was quitting the things that I love. But, he saw me differently. He understood what I was trying to pursue, he helped me see further, lending me his laptop (with better screen) to start editing on different gadget, and even lending me his camera (that's actually way much better than my old camera, because of 10 years difference of sensor, haha, really does significant difference in color range and noise handling--I did 80% of my work using his camera, actually, hehe). I started to play with those colors I want at ease. Besides, he keeps appreciating and encouraging me until now, that all is well and everytime I'll do better. He takes me to several places here, spending time with me just to make me believe that I can actually do it. He has those ability to calm the deadliest storm I've ever been, even though I truly hurt him. He helps me feel like a child again. He says that I'm just too unique as a person and he likes me the way I am. He believes in me, and that's what matters. He's just more than my best friend, and I don't know how I can pay him for that. All I can say is "thank you" and "screw you", sometimes😛 Hehe.. Yeah, he's that "Z"..😊