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Monthly Archive: March 2014

tuesday tunes ~ Silent All These Years by Tori Amos

Years go by, will I still be waiting for somebody else to understand?
Years go by, if I’m stripped of my beauty and the orange clouds raining in my head.
Years go by, will I choke on my tears ’til, finally there is nothing left?
One more casualty, you know we’re too easy, easy, easy.

– Silent All These Years by Tori Amos

Album : Little Earthquakes



Another fantastic female artist, Tori Amos. Passionate and fiery. This song is beautifully made for equally beautiful people…


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monday musing ~ a museum visited.

Last weekend, I had the opportunity to bond with my nephew and visit this cool museum. A perfect hang-out for kids where they can learn so much, Mind Museum provides a vast space for play and fun while stirring the young minds’ natural curiosity. It offers loads of stuffs that fascinate children and eventually will stimulate them to know more. Here are some of Mind Museum’s features that really got my nephew’s attention. And mine, too. 🙂


wednesday’s who ~ daughters…

Daughter, you are loved for the little girl you were…

the special woman you are now…

and the wonderful daughter you will always be.

                                              – Anonymous

Before she even learned to appreciate music, it was her mother’s lullabies that sent her to sleep.

Before she ever dreamt of some cute boy, it was her father’s butterfly kisses that lulled her to dreamland.

Before she uttered any other word, Mama and Papa are her two favorites.

Before she ever became a sister, a wife, a mother or a grandmother, she was first and foremost a daughter.

A daughter who was cuddled and adored by her parents…


tuesday tunes ~ Do What You Have To Do by Sarah McLachlan

a glowing ember
burning hot
burning slow
deep within I’m shaken by the violence
of existing for only you

I know I can’t be with you
I do what I have to do
I know I can’t be with you
I do what I have to do
and I have the sense to recognize but
I don’t know how to let you go

Do What You Have To Do by Sarah McLachlan

Album : Surfacing and Mirrorball




monday musing ~ a glimpse of sunrise…

I am never an early riser. I love staying in bed even after I’m awake, tangled in the sheets, clutching my favorite pillow, tightly, reveling in its welcoming warmth and comforting softness. Too many dreams to weave, some vivid others too vague… Too much scenes to be imagined, of distant past and more distant future, but never of now… And sunrise never waits… or maybe it does. But I take my time. And I’m taking too long until it can wait no more. So it leaves without me noticing it. It creeps away hiding its beauty without me realizing what I missed out.


thursday thought ~ scars…

No I am not ashamed of my scars. They are simple reminders of risks I took, of failures I survived, of some lessons learned and several battles won. They are short chapters carrying brief stories that when put together will create a book of history. They are little proofs of my where-have-been’s, of what-have-done’s, of choices I made and decisions I stood by. They tell of tales about courage and stubbornness, about love and craziness, about strength and weakness. They speak of moments of living, of trying, of striving. Be proud of your scars. You become the better version of who you used to be because of them.

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wednesday’s who ~ sisters…

“Girls will be your friends – they’ll act like it anyway. But just remember, some come, some go. The ones that stay with you through everything – they’re your true best friends. Don’t let go of them. Also remember, sisters make the best friends in the world.”                                                                                                                                                                                                                                – Marilyn Monroe

She knows me like no one else does. Maybe it’s because we shared so many things together. From our set of parents, who gave us the same genetic make-up and childhood memories, to our values and beliefs that guide us in choosing battles we have to fight. From hand-me-down toys, clothes and books to read, to dreams we weaved during those midnight conversations. From tears we shed and laughters we shared while enjoying our movie times to those deepest, darkest secrets we confided to each other. From arguments and disagreements that rob us some scrabble matches to pets we learned to adore so much. She is a sister.


tuesday tunes ~ Everything by Alanis Morissette

I’m the funniest woman that you’ve ever known
I’m the dullest woman that you’ve ever known
I’m the most gorgeous woman that you’ve ever known
And you’ve never met anyone
Who is as everything as I am sometimes…

You see everything, you see every part
You see all my light and you love my dark
You dig everything of which I’m ashamed
There’s not anything to which you can’t relate
And you’re still here

– Everything by Alanis Morissette

Album : So-Called Chaos


Another outstanding female musician, Alanis Morissette never fails to make thought-provoking and emotion-driven songs. Her unprecedented talent and beautiful mind are reflected in her musical feats. Hands down to this one-of-a-kind woman. This song is just one of the many product of her creative and intellectual audacity that garnered her millions of adoring fans and supporters.

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