Friday, June 22, 2012


Finally got my passport! I was really worried something's wrong with it since I was supposed to get it last Monday. I was about to call DFA and ask about it, but! My mom texted me saying they had my passport delivered today. Yipee!

Now my dream to travel around the world shall commence! Can't wait to fill this thing up with stamps from different countries, all around the world!

One step closer to my dream, hurray!
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Monday, June 18, 2012


Stop living your petty little life, hating on me. You're just wasting your time to think that I'd actually give a sht.

On Not Having it All

I've always wondered what my life would be like in the future and it's like this: I'll be the successful Luiza I always knew I'd be. Successful in work, in life and in love. I'd marry whoever I'm with at the moment, live life to the fullest, work my ass off to have ample amount of savings and never depend on my husband's money, have awesome babies, send them off to college, and live happily ever after with my future husband.

Now isn't that always how it is? You'll ALWAYS picture the perfect life, no matter what, no matter how impossible it may seem. Maybe it's the optimistic dreamer in us, but that's just how it is. Who would picture their future lives living like hell, right? 

But maybe there is something good, in not always having it all. 

Too much of a good thing is bad, they say. Life is never perfect, as much as we want it to be. There is and will always be something missing in our life, no matter how perfect we think it is. 

Most of the time, I've always been so 'nega' about almost everything in my life, what with the pessimistic 'tude I got from my Dad. I always ask myself, why I don't have that, why my life's like this etc. But for the first time in a very long time, this past few days made me realize how truly blessed I am, for not having it all.

As to how my life's been at the moment, I couldn't ask for more. I don't know what it is, but I feel, like, really contented on what I have now. 

I may or may not lack a few, but I will always, always be thankful for what I have.