A quick roundup of the really really fun 2014! 🙂 Continue reading
2014 literally punched me in the face before it ended and I look like I’ve been in a fight. I fell off my bike and on my face while I was trying to stop the bike when the boyfie and I were biking in Nuvali. I can’t bite and the side of my chin and below my chin is black and blue. Like if the boyfie was with me walking, they would ask me if I was in an accident or if the burly guy abused me. ganen. Totally my fault because I forgot everything that I was taught to do to stop.
And the self-awareness crap hits you when you’re at the dentist, looking at the ceiling and hoping that you don’t have to have splints, also when you look at your face in the mirror and you’re looking at a nasty bruise that you have to explain to your mom. All good though, no splints needed, the bruise seems to be fading (thank you hot compress) and my mom didn’t freak out.
So what did I realize?
At a certain point between my face hitting pavement, the dentist/hospital and writing this, I’ve: entertained thoughts of stopping learning how to bike; thinking that I have hematoma; freaked out the boyfie with my hypochondriac tendencies; made my staff wonder who hurt me; cooked NYE dinner; lit fireworks with family; and realized that tama ang boyfriend ko : maganda pa rin ako talga kahit may pasa.
The lesson here is to see the beauty in things and places around you, even when they appear sucky. 🙂
Happy New Year! 🙂 May the sucky things of 2014 (like this bruise) fade away and the great and wonderful things of 2014 remain and prosper in our lives! 🙂
Has it ever happened to you that you saw someone posting something or liking something in facebook that YOU know they’ve told you or showed you that they don’t believe in?
Sometimes, i read what people post or like, and in my brain I’m like asking— “but didn’t you do this?” or “didn’t you do that?” or “didn’t you say this?” or “if you believe that, why did you…?” and the list goes on.
I do get tempted to say something about it, but I just kinda think — people change, right? People have the right to change opinions, change what they believe in life. Goodness knows that I did. 🙂