200th post! It’s like it was just yesterday when I’ve reached 100 posts and now I’m up to 200! I apologize for all the delays I’ve caused though, school has been getting the best of me and that’s the reason why I haven’t been postin’ lately. Anyway, I’ve got to thank all my 154 followers! Thank you so much for supporting me in my endeavours of inspiring a part of the world in chasing their dreams, holding on to hope and drifting away from society’s endless demands! You’ve all been awesome and as promised, I’ll share you a very personal part of my life, a short background of “How I Met My First Love”. And since, I’ve entitled this blog article something completely not relevant to what I’m gonna post it, well, just bare with me! :) (Just so y’all know, the supposed title of this blog is 3 Times The Charm Part 1, but now I’m thinking of changing it to “How I Met My First Love) Well here goes…
How I Met My First Love
My love life has been one of the most influential and saddest things that have ever happened in my life and to tell you honestly, I’ve never had a girlfriend but I have fallen in love. Thrice. All of ‘em were failures but in each one of them I’ve learned a lot starting from patience, maturity, space and appreciation. In the first part of this chapter in my life, I’m gonna tell you my love story with Number 1 which we’ll hide by the name Maia. (Seriously, that ain’t her true name)
Maia was a very happy girl. She smiled a lot and often did stuff that made people happy without her probably knowing it. She liked horoscopes and it usually dictated most of her actions until even I believed in horoscope. At first, we didn’t actually talk but we did have eye contact. This eye contact we did was something we did to acknowledge each other and in all fairness, it made me really happy! It came to a point that I started to talk with her and I remember that the first phrase she told me was “Bungal ako eh!” (something like “My Teeth are not arranged properly”). I laughed and encouraged her to talk more until of course she left me ‘cause she told me she had this ride with somebody (which now I think was a lie ‘cause she’s a close friend of mine now).
Anyway, we had a bit of cliché talks everyday after that and it came to the point that I fell in-love with her. I don’t know how! I don’t know if it was because of her smile or because she was rather unique than anyone else, I dunno, maybe she just had the X-factor in her. Y’know that different feeling you have with somebody? That awesome feeling you have when you’re with him or her? Yeap, that’s the one. Moving on, I tried to ask if I could court her one time and it ended up in a bit of running spree. I chased her for like 3 minutes around the room and the corridors and I tell you, I’d like relive that moment all over again! It was definitely a different experience worth remembering. Sadly, things didn’t go well after that and after a year and a half, my heart suddenly stopped beating for her. I don’t exactly recall why but probably because we started developing into much better friends and if I’ve ever learned one thing with my relationship with her today, I might say that “Love doesn’t always end in a rejection, sometimes it may even begin because of it. Maybe not the love that you’re looking for, but a love that will also last forever.” As you’ve guessed, she’s currently my best friend and I doubt that’ll change any time soon!
And so that ends my 200th post! I hope to seeing y’all in my future posts! Also, as a bonus, I’ll be changing my theme and posting my new official mascot, the ”Rieikku” until the second version appears! Once again, I thank you for all your support! God bless and much love!
That you can fall in love with someone regardless of how they look
To be true to your heart.
That love can happen between any two people.
That those we have lost will always be with us.
That even our wildest dreams can come true.
That we must learn to accept differences and love each other for them
That some of the most beautiful people we will ever know, are beautiful for who they are and not what they look like.
That we are all meant for something great.
That you may find the one you are meant for in the strangest places.
So I recently tweeted in my twitter account that I’ll be posting a blog with regards to my 100th tweet which is about me “Wanting to Marry a BS Accountancy Graduate.”
For starters, I don’t really know how this came about but let’s just say that a part of me wants to marry an accountancy graduate. Listed below is a few reasons why:
Anyway, those reasons are rather simple right? You probably are shruggin’ your shoulders right now saying… “No dude, you should’ve totally went to Accountancy!” but here I am, still studying BS Psychology in my crappy school. I can’t do anything to make a move as of late ‘cause I made a pact with my mom that I would graduate with my current course but hey, it would be totally nice to have a girl that would fulfill at least the dream of my mom :)
The striking heat of the summer sun shone round me,
As I lay my head, above that green laden grass
Whilst I’m looking at the clouds above me, I realize…
“Oh what a clear summer day!”
Such a pleasant sight I see
With trees that stood beneath the sunlight,
Rustling grass that dance under my feet
And birds that sing me a beautiful melody.
The silent wind moved and whispered
And even filled me up with energy.
It whispered what sounded like a song to me:
“Take notice the moment that is yours…”
“All good things vanish” it might have said,
Which gave me an idea to go to garden and tear,
I just hope the heavens forgive me!
For removing a piece that makes the Earth worth saving.
I ran towards the place that I freely go to during summer,
In hopes that it is still as emerald as it can be.
And now as I reminisce along with the breezy pastures I see,
I saw the girl of my dreams smiling along with me…