Throwback Thursday: Us
The main reason why I started a blog way back 2010 is to have a perfect and suitable place to talk with about him and us, where I can re-read everything. I always back-read my blog, and I can’t help myself but smile whenever I see our photos 3 years ago. The childish tantrums I had when we had pretty fights, the thrills he gave to me whenever he looks at me and all the millions words I said to describe us.
Five years and I never get tired of him. He’s not the typical guy who doesn’t even know how to treat a relationship, as well as his girl. ~ I don’t want this to sound so cheesy at all ~
Let me summarize our relationship: It is great and as strong as the Great Wall of China.
Even though I got the thought this afternoon to deactivate my blog due to the lack of something sensible to post and my busyness, laziness could also be a factor, I decided not to because this blog has been an outlet of my thoughts and feels for two years. I regretted so much leaving my other blogs before and to be honest I want to have something to keep now. Since I have always claimed I am a keeper!
A keeper of the secrets, a keeper of my friend’s weird acts and a keeper of our relationship. I should prove this time, that I really am!
Here is a heart-shaped branches of trees I saw for my blog and for people following this blog. Thanks ~ so much love. ♥
A view from the top of the hill: Mt. Makiling, Laguna
The toughest thing to do is to defy the gravity- which almost killed me due to panting and knee-breaking hike going to the top of the hill to visit the Rizalistas, a religion established for Rizal, on our Laguna Trip.
I didn’t look back even a split second, so I didn’t know that the most wonderful sight I have ever seen was just behind me. After of 30 minutes wandering on the Rizalistas’ place, we immediately went outside and started to go down the hill; which was the best thing that time! I just wanted to throw myself and let the gravity does it for me, only if there was a cotton bed down the hill! Busy with my camera, I pointed it straight on this scene. I was all in awe. The fog covered the whole mountain. A majestic, amazing, stunning fog and mountain ranges. This is what being in the city does to me. Wish I can go on hike to it, but according to some myths and urban legend, there is an enchantress wandering on the whole mountain guarding it against the trespassers. Also, some people were reported missing on that mountain. True or not, if you are not going to harm the nature, for sure the enchantress will not do any harm.
What is the most majestic scenery you have ever seen so far? :)
If even the shallowest and smallest things; like hearing your favorite music, or just merely finishing a book makes you happy, then do not restrict yourself with feeling overjoyed. Scientifically, when someone does not show any distinct emotions through laughing or being angry, there is a big probability that he/she has a psychological disorder or a weak heart; which restricts someone to feel overly joyed, sadden or mad.
Why does some people can laugh all day, as if there are no deadlines, and why some always frown as if she failed a board exam? To be happy, sometimes all we need to do is to forget all the things that walled us to pass through the bridge of happiness. Forget the deadlines, forget the heartbreaks, think of positive thoughts and think of happiness!
You can have a wrinkle-free face and a stronger heart to endure more pain that will come.
We were able to visit only four of the historical landmarks in Laguna: Rizal House, Rizal Shrine, Paciano House and Rizalistas Church. Unlike on Bulacan, wherein we went to many places, though I enjoyed it much I was still expecting more of the trip.
I was all sad on the way to Laguna, since my trusted seatmate Elaine was late. My food, my stories were put down and all I did was to appreciate the scenery outside the window. Wow. The fog which covered the whole place, but is enough not to blind us, still showcased the wonderful range of mountains.
Our first stop was the Rizalistas Church located at the top of the hill. Well, I don’t think the tourist guides coordinated with them as we came there prepared but the place wasn’t.
Next was Rizal House which is very much refreshing. I love the backyard!
Then the Shrine and my favorite, Paciano’s House.