Unconscious Mutterings #335

  1. Guest :: of honor
  2. Impact :: deep blow
  3. Unplanned :: pregnancy
  4. Tactic :: plan
  5. Delayed :: reaction
  6. Bombastic :: big blast
  7. Comfort :: zone
  8. Trumpet :: sound
  9. Joe :: G.I.
  10. Budget :: constraint

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Friday Fill Ins #130

And...here we go!

1. She had a great chance of being happy by cherishing the moments they are together, but chooses to whine instead that she wants more of his time and effort.

2. Humor and wit is by my side, always.

3. I know this: It is not length of life, but depth of life.

4. Life goes on still.

5. These words apply to me: SASSY.

6. After the typhoon Feria, the clouds cleared and the sun was shining.

7. And as for the weekend, tonight I'm looking forward to seeing JV, tomorrow my plans include lazing around with JV and Sunday, I want to go to my sister's house!

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Goodbye, Michael!

The greatest pop singer of all time is finally gone. CNN ( read more here) has confirmed that he died at age 50 yesterday, Thursday. According to reports, he collapsed at his rented home in west LA.

Jackson has sold more than 750 million albums and won 13 Grammys, but has not staged a major tour since 1997 or released an album of new material since 2001. His last live performance in Britain was at the 2006 World Music Awards, when he managed just a few lines of "We Are the World" before leaving the stage.

His albums are among the world's best-selling records: Off the Wall (1979), Thriller (1982), Bad (1987), Dangerous (1991) and HIStory (1995).

He appeared in public infrequently since being acquitted of child molestation in California in 2005, and he has struggled to pay his debts. Last year, he was forced to give up the deed to Neverland, his 2,500-acre ranch and miniature amusement park in California.

I was always amazed how he does the moonwalk, and how his face changed over the years.

There are so many eccentric people on this earth, but Michael's one of the most public. Jackson's skin was a medium-brown color for the entire duration of his youth, but starting in the early 1980s, his skin gradually grew paler. This change gained widespread media coverage, including rumors that Jackson was bleaching his skin.In the mid-1980s, Jackson was diagnosed with vitiligo and lupus; the latter was in remission in Jackson's case, and both illnesses made him sensitive to sunlight. The treatments he uses for his condition further lighten his skin tone, and, with the application of pancake makeup to even out blotches, he could appear very pale. The structure of his face changed as well; several surgeons have speculated that Jackson had undergone multiple nasal surgeries, a forehead lift, thinned lips and a cheekbone surgery.Changes to his face were, in part, due to periods of significant weight loss.Jackson lost weight in the early 1980s because of a change in diet and a desire for "a dancer's body"..Witnesses reported that Jackson was often dizzy and speculated that he was suffering from anorexia nervosa; periods of weight loss would become a recurring problem for the singer later in life. Some medical professionals have publicly stated their belief that the singer had body dysmorphic disorder, a psychological condition whereby the sufferer has no concept of how they are perceived by others.

He wasn't just a part of the pop culture, he was the pop culture.

His famous quotes:

"Everyone who knows me will know the truth which is that my children come first in my life and that I would never harm any child."

~After British TV documentary by Martin Bashir Living With Michael Jackson was shown on February 3, 2003

"Why can't you share your bed? That's the most loving thing to do, to share your bed with someone. You say, 'You can have my bed if you want it. Sleep in it. I'll sleep on the floor. It's yours.' I always give the beds to the company."

~Admitting he shared his bed with children, in British TV documentary by Martin Bashir, February 2003

"I love E. T. 'cos it reminds me of me. Someone from another world coming down and you becoming friends with them and this person is, like, 800 years old and he's filling you with all kinds of wisdom and he can teach you to fly. That whole fantasy thing which I think is great. I mean, who don't wanna fly?"

~Interview in Smash Hits, January 20, 1983 - Jackson collaborated with E. T. director Steven Spielberg on the E. T. Storybook album and also narrated it

My father was a management genius. But what I really wanted was a dad.

~Speech at Oxford Union, on his children's Bill of Rights

"If you enter this world knowing you are loved and you leave this world knowing the same, then everything that happens in between can be dealt with."

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Thursday Thunks

Milk might be on the science test

Welcome to the June 24th version of Thursday Thunks!

(which we always seem to post on Wednesday)
Where we make you think a little bit before you blog!

This week we will answer some crazy questions brought to you by Berleen, the number 1559 and the color calico.

1. Someone knocks at your door. You answer it. It's a kid from the local school selling candy bars for a fundraiser. Do you buy one? ~ Yes, if I have extra change in pocket/purse.

2. The end of the world is tomorrow and you are out of milk - do you go buy some? ~ No. I'd rather buy chocolates.

3. Have you ever picked up the phone and called someone that you hadn't talked to in years? ~No...

4. Whats on your computer desktop background? ~Snoopy

5. What was the very first movie you saw in a movie theater? ~OMG, I can't remember!

6. If you had to take a 10th grade science test, do you think you would pass? If I take it now, maybe not. I don't know.

7. Describe heaven. It's a place, and a state of mind.

8. Has a place that you lived ever been infested with some sort of insect or rodent? No.

9. When you were a youngin', did you hide in the clothes racks at department stores? No.

10. Is there anything in your vehicle that is broken? I don't have a vehicle yet!!

11. What is something in your house that people would be surprise to find? That I have a set of Tom and Jerry DVDs?

12. Do you agree with the death penalty? Maybe for Rape, Genocide, and Treason.

13. Whats your favorite type of bear? My teddybear! LOL!

14. Where was the last place you went? at the Paseo de Cabuyao.

15. What if that person knocking at your door earlier was an adult selling candy bars... would you buy one? Defintely no. Close the door, please. They might just be surveying your entrances and exits for burglary later ( yeah, I know -- paranoia)

Peanuts Gallery ~ Never Give Up

When I cry

When a bitch cries, don't ask why. She wouldn't want your comfort too soon because she'll break. If you touch her, she might lash out in pain. She just want to hide for a while and lick her wounds and gather her strength because she hurts more than anyone else. If you love her, take your distance for a moment for her to find her ground. And when she does, be ready to run the fields with her again.

Ten Things to Bring on a Deserted Island

Ten Things to Bring on a Deserted Island

  1. mp4
  2. Beach Towel
  3. good books
  4. camera (this'll be a good time to learn photography)
  5. straw hat
  6. swiss knife
  7. flashlight and solar rechargeable batteries
  8. solar charger
  9. water jar
  10. match sticks

So what would you bring in a deserted island?? List them here !

Unconscious Mutterings #333

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  1. Nudity :: Skin
  2. Domestic :: Family
  3. Burp :: Baby
  4. Baby :: Bump
  5. Dateline :: History
  6. Retract :: Retreat
  7. Suppose :: If
  8. Surreal :: Dreamlike
  9. Infidelity :: Cheat
  10. Token :: Souveneir

Friday Fill-Inn #128


And...here we go!
1. I grew up thinking I could do anything, if I just put my mind to it.
2. Skywatch was the last website I was at before coming here.
3. Why don't you relax and just loosen yourself??
4. A warm bath and dim lights helps me relax.
5. Thanks for the patience and the way you give space when I most need it.
6. The manner my boss expects me exert extra hours at work without pay very off-putting.
7. And as for the weekend, tonight I'm looking forward to going out with a couple of friends, tomorrow my plans include doing the laundry, clean up my room and Sunday, I want to be a couch potato!

I am a Yellow!


You are very perceptive and smart. You are clear and to the point and have a great sense of humor. You are always learning and searching for understanding.

Find out your color at QuizMeme.com!

10 Favorite Things to do During "Me" Time

  1. Sleep in my birthday suit (of course, with the doors closed ***wink***)
  2. Surf the TV channels
  3. Blog
  4. Eat
  5. Read
  6. Clean out my closet
  7. Sing the videoke
  8. Sleep
  9. Long bath
  10. Cuddle, if I can!

What's your "ME" time? List them here !

Thank You, Celeste!

I'd like to thank my friend csandhollow over at FuelMyBlog for pointing out that she could not post her comments.And I thought that my blogs sucked that's why I haven't been seeing comments lately!

So now, I have already corrected my comment settings so I hope to see everyone sharing and talking about how my blogs suck, or not!!!

Happy enough.

A dear friend called me last night. It's been almost a year since we talked and I was so glad we were able to catch up with what's going on with our lives.

I asked her if she was happy with the life that she chose. I thought I heard a hint of disappointment in her voice or was it just me? Maybe I was trying too hard to hear I wasn't listening. I wish for her to be happy. I'd really like to believe she is happy .
She asked me if I am happy, too. For a moment there, I didn't know how to answer her. I mean, is one ever truly happy?

Everyday we face this battle that we call CHOICE. And choices are never handed to us in a silver platter. We have to fight for it, we can hurt and be hurt and whatever happen to these choices, we have to live with it. I stumble and fall, I cry, I get lost. But I can love, I can laugh, I can do the best with the life that I chose to live.

So I can't say I'm blissfully happy. But I'm happy enough.

Love Strips

Soup To Nutz


week of june7: favorite quotes
I know what things are good: friendship and work and conversation. These I shall have. ~Rupert Brooke
To succeed in life, you need three things: a wishbone, a backbone and a funnybone. ~Reba McEntire
In three words I can sum up everything I've learned about life. It goes on. ~Robert Frost
What's yours?


I am not sorry for the things that I said to you, but i'm sorry that we have to fight like this.
If I wanted to hurt you, I could and you know that. I could take him away from you without remorse and you know in your heart that he will never put up a fight. Maybe you think it's just physical that's going on between us that's why you say I am madly in love with him. I do not "madly" love. I neither scheme to get my way nor lash out blindly in anger. I could, if I put a mind to it but I will not have him lose his respect for me.
There's more to a relationship than love. And he finds that "more" here with me. So please don't push him away with your nagging and whining and your suicidal threats because if you do, I will gladly take him in, flaws and all.

On the Verge of something...

cliff fallin

...wonderful or catastrophic, I still don't know.

The first time I saw him in December last year, I knew right away that we will have something special.

I love him. I could go on and on expounding the why's and the how's of it and I'll never finish, so don't ask me. I just do.

It took me two years to get over my last relationship, another two years' rest from heart entanglements and he's going to be my first serious affair after that.

So now, I don't know if I'm ready to jump the cliff again.

Thursday Thunks

Welcome to the June 4th version of Thursday Thunks!
(which we always seem to post on Wednesday)
Where we make you think a little bit before you blog!

We pick a subject, and your job is to interpret it anyway you want. Write about it on your blog... simple as that. Maybe you can interpret it as a picture - we don't care!

Please only leave a link if you have written a Thursday Thunks post. Please mention us in your post, and link back to the blog here.

Don't forget to go visit the other participants' blogs. Read and comment about all their Thursday Thunks! Thats what all this is about afterall, isn't it? We'll have so much fun and become lifelong friends....

This week we will answer some crazy questions brought to you by Kimber, the color rojo and the number 334.

1. How many golf balls can fit inside a full sized school bus? Thousands?

2. Who decided the alphabet order? I don't know. Does it matter? ;0

3. Why doesn't McDonald's sell hotdogs? Yeah, that's a thought. Why didn't they?

4. You go to a nice restaurant and they are offering free samples of cheese. You take a bite and it's delicious. Then they tell you the cheese is processed with maggots in it which make the great texture and flavor. Do you vomit at the thought of maggots, think "oh well but no more", or just ask for another sample? As long as I can't see the maggots, then it would be fine..hehehe. We have to be adventurous, you know. ***wink***

5. Would you rather ride on a cloud or slide down a rainbow? Rainbows would be fun to slide on....

6. Do you know/care who Heidi & Spencer are? Huh?
7. Have you ever used Butt Paste? Nope.

8. Pie or cake? Pie and cake!

9. Do you remember when MTV used to play music videos? Nope. I think I was in grade school?

Now, these are really mad questions!!!

Happy Thursday, ya all!

Love is...

forgiving even if you are really angry.

never feeling like saying good-bye.

not opening each other’s letters.

not being possessive.
thinking that he believes in you even if you nearly know that it is not true.

losing the game, but making a great match.

letting him be the greedy one.

finding strength in each other when the disaster strikes.

putting up with his occasional stubble.

carefully combining hicarefully combining his hair over thinning patch.
two people sharing one heart.

hurrying to get home - knowing he’ll be there.

bring out the best in each other.

finding he has a high “kissability” factor.

Quote of the Day

"He who would learn to fly one day must first learn to stand and walk and run and climb and dance; one cannot fly into flying."– Friedrich Nietzsche

About Friedrich Nietzsche
Controversial German philosopher Friedrich Nietzsche is best known for his book Thus Spake Zarathustra. Born in 1844 near Leipzig, he renounced Prussian citizenship in 1869, remaining stateless the rest of his life. In his work, he argued against the concept of an omnipotent deity, believing in a "will to power," a drive toward creativity that could explain everything from natural phenomena to human behavior. He suffered from insanity, possibly syphilis-induced, for his last ten years. He died in 1900.