Day 6: What is the hardest thing you have ever experienced?

Hello friends,

Not a very nice topic to talk about.  As much as possible I like to put all the hardships that I experienced in the past.  But I can’t just bury them right?

I guess the hardest part that I have experienced was when I resigned in my previous job.  It was hard for me to leave since most of my friends are also there and we kind of made an unwritten pact to always be together and to always help each other.  It also hurt my pride that I actually failed in that part of my life.  But I have to do it for myself.  

To rise, you need to be put on the ground first.  To become a beautiful butterfly , you first need to be a cocoon.  

 

Lovelots,

Bibz 🙂

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Day 4: List 5 things you would tell your 16 year-old self if you could

Hello friends,

I will be making this post short.  Today was my first day in driving school and I did terrible so I tried practicing at home.  So pretty tired today.

So here goes. 

16 years old. I was fourth year in highschool then I guess.  If I could go back in time, I would tell myself these five things:

1. Start saving money at this point.
2. Be a member of the Marian Choir formally.  Not just a interim member because you’re a voice student.
3. Enroll in a language school.
4. Engage more in outreach programs and extra-cullicular activities.
5.  Be a more assertive as Corps Commander of the CDSP unit.

That’s all.  Crappy post I know.  Too tired to type.  Sorry to disappoint you.   😦

I’l make it up too you tomorrow.

Lovelots,
Bibz 🙂

Day3: What is the greatest amount of physical pain you have ever endured?

Hello friends,

Day 3 of the 30-day Blog Challenge and I’m doing good so far. I think.

Alright!  Let’s do this!

I think the greatest amount of physical pain I’ve endured was when I was hospitalized last year.  I was diagnosed with Folliculitis. According to the PubMed Health website, Folliculitis (also known as “Hot Tub Rash”) is inflammation of one or more hair follicles. It can occur anywhere on the skin. Common symptoms include a rash, itching, and pimples or pustules near a hair follicle in the neck,groin, or genital area. To give you a clue, where I got infected, I got an Obgynecologist as a doctor. The doctor told me that I might’ve hit a gland that caused the infection. I won’t be too descriptive because it’s kind of embarassing to share if I don’t’t edit the nitty gritty stuff.

It was really painful. I can’t sit upright. I have to sleep in one position only. I can’t even walk properly. But I guess the worst part was to actually have to do number 1 in the bathroom. I have no problem doing it but of course I have to wash it after my business is a done deal. And I tell you it was not easy washing up while you have a dextrose attached. It was so painful that I wished I don’t have to go. I was able to hold it on th first day but I can’t hide how painful it was on the second day. I cried a lot.

Since there was no point of extraction, I was given pain relievers and antibiotic to stop the inflammation. Once a day, I was treated with a ‘Peri-light’ so that healing will be much faster. Well, after five days, my condition was bearable already so I was ordered to go home. FINALLY!

I guess what made me endure longer when I went through that experience is the support and love of those who took care of me. Of course to my family and friends who went all the way to visit me in the hospital and those who sent their well-wishes virtually. Knowing a lot of people actually cared about you made me think that I have to recover quickly and show the world that I’m better and stronger.

Ha! Take that pain! You can’t bring me down!

Lovelots,
Bibz 🙂

Day 2: Describe 3 legitimate fears you have and describe how they became fears.

Hello friends,

So it’s Day 2 of the 30-day Blog Challenge and it’s really a challenge because I have to type this post using a detachable keypad of my tablet.  The keys are so small! Or I just have big fingers.  LOL! ;p

Alright! So let’s start!

Fears. All of us have fears.  I believe that it comes in different intensities.  I also believe that some fears are brought upon different situations that we encounter.

I will  describe my top three fears to be situational, personal, and spiritual.

SITUATIONAL.
When I was in highschool, there was a subject wherein we have to dissect frogs.  Unfortunately, seeing the anatomy of the poor amphibian was  too much for me plus it moved while my classmates were poking it.  Also, the appearance of frogs really creeps me out.  I feel like when a frog stare at someone, it will suck the consciousness out of its victim and will stick out its rubberband tongue when it has succeeded.  So, yes, I am afraid of frogs.  There was one time, a bullfrog was inside our bathroom while I was showering (There is a swamp cabbage farm teeming with snakes, frogs, and God knows what else, at the back of our house.).  I was literally shaking and screaming for my life while the frog stares non-chalant.  My father have to slam the door just to get me out.  Even my dog was trying to chase down the unwanted visitor when he caught sight of what was frightening me (or he just wants to play with it.). Attaboy Budoy!

PERSONAL
I don’t know if it’s rooted in my zodiac but one of my fears is to be unloved and unappreciated.  Of course with the awareness I gained as I mature makes it more manageable for me so I can survive in this cruel and unfair world.  I consider it as my fear because I don’t know what will be my courses of action whenever I feel that I am ignored or forgotten. I’m afraid that I might nnot handle some situations very wll and end up having negative results. 

SPIRITUAL.
This I have learned from my senior manager.  We should always be God-fearing.  We may think that we are so smart, so skilled, so high and mighty, etcetera but we should always remember that there is a higher power amongst us all.  This thought also helps me to be grounded.

So, that’s it! I am surprised that I wrote a lot.  Well, not a lot but longer than I expected it to be.

Alright!  Tomorrow is another day. Gotta catch up on ‘Rooftop Prince.’

Lovelots,
Bibz 🙂

Day 1: List 10 Random Facts About Yourself.

Hello friends,

Here are 10 facts about me.  If you have known me for a long time now, you know some of the items listed below. 

Enjoy! 🙂

  1. My favorite food is hotdog.
  2. Depending on the alcohol consumed, I sulk when I get drunk.
  3. I like K-Pop and K-Dramas.
  4. I daydream that I am part of an alternative fantasy/romantic world.
  5. I am pro-RH bill.
  6. My zodiac sign is Cancer and I was born in the year of the Earth Dragon.
  7. I studied in an exclusive school for girls from elementary to high school.
  8. I eat yogurt whenever I am depressed or stressed.
  9. My emotions get easily attached on a movie that I watch. Therefore, I don’t watch horror flicks.
  10. I have a Lhasa Apso, named Budoy. Because the fur of Budoy is white, I originally wanted to name him ‘Onew’, a korean term that means “Tofu.”

So there, that’s it! That was fun!

Be blogging again tomorrow.

 

Lovelots,

Bibz 🙂

30-Day Blog Challenge

Hello guys,

HAPPY NEW YEAR!

It’s been a long time since I last blogged.  I haven’t paid attention to my writing for a long time.  Don’t get me wrong, there are times that I wanted to fill this blog with posts but I always find myself with nothing to talk about.  I’m just poor being a conversationalist plus writer’s block and procrastination is getting the best of me.  I even have to write this post as warm-up before I come up with an article at work.

So while I was digging up inspiration in the internet, I came along with the 30-Day Blog Challenge from this site .  I guess I’m taking this challenge to stimulate my brain everyday.  I think the meat between my ears needs a little squeeze first before it goes into the blender. 

Alright! Wish me luck that I can keep up!

Lovelots,

Bibz 🙂