In which get to witness the inconsistency in the way I write
You’ve been a swell fellow. Thanks to you, I’ve learned things I would’ve never learned if it weren’t for all the crap you threw at me. But hey, it wasn’t only trouble you brought. Actually, you were a pretty good year. I’ve changed the most this year than I have in any other year in the past, and I thank you for that. You made me meet a lot of wonderful people. You gave me the courage to speak my mind, stand up for what I believe in, and, most importantly, to take risks. You gave me backbone, bro!
I’ve met wonderful people this year, people I would love to see next year and in the years to come. I’ve had the knack for leaving people/disappearing in the past [for self-preservation (it’s hard to explain)], but I’m trying to change that. This year, I met people that I am certain I will not be turning my back on.
To everyone I’ve crossed paths with in 2010, thank you for sharing a part of your year with me. Thanks for showing up in my life when I least expected it and for sticking around. I’ll be seeing all of you next year, yes?
Cheers to you, 2010. I’ll be looking forward to meeting your sibling when the clock strikes 12 tonight.
Zumreed special edition Silver something lol I don’t even know (YOU CAN SEE MY REFLECTIONNNNN DO NOT MIND MY REFLECTIONNNN)
Urbanears Plattan (red)
Bose OE Audio Headphones
I don’t even know what this is. Bluetooth headphones that my dad gave me.
JBL Reference Headphones
I think the Grado headphones have the best sound out of all of them. Its sound quality surpasses that of the Bose ones. Cheaper, too. Too bad it’s kind of a hassle to handle. The cord’s thicker and longer (insert inappropriate joke here) compared to other headphone cords, making it heavier and harder to use when you’re on the go.
My current favorite is the Panasonic RP-HTX7. It might look big, but it’s surprisingly light and it provides you with that around-the-ear comfort that most headphone companies seem to forget to take into consideration.
Anyway. Enough about headphones. Hm. I might post about earphones next.
“For me as a woman, or as a girl, or just as a person even – I wanted to not do what would be the appropriate and expected thing of me. I wanted to be a musician that would make everyone uncomfortable.”—Emily Haines to AltSounds (via fuckyeahemilyhaines)
Happy Christmas babe! thank you for the music haha!
Thank you for keeping me sane in the wee hours of the morning. When there’s no one else to turn to, you’re always there for me. Like, you randomly message me and I feel all happy and loved and alive again. I was planning on replying with a long, cheesy post, but I cannot bring myself to do so. :)) DI KO TALAGA KAYA E. :))
BASTA know that I loff u and FC ako even if we’ve only met in person once. And all we did was say hi. And I asked if I could hug you. Yes.
Brother:I got you a story, got it from the guy over there selling FROYO. I couldn't understand a thing he was saying, though. He was speaking in tagalog. I'm sorry I can't tell you the story he told me. I hope you're fine with yogurt instead of a story.
I love that moment. When you're on a long car ride, or listening to music, or reading. And you completely zone out. You forget your troubles, and everyone around you. You're focused on that one thing, and that one thing only. You're content, and everything seems peaceful.
This. This song. Is a very, very hard song to learn.
I might’ve messed up the key changes and some transitions and the melody and most of the harmonies. I’m not quite sure (loljk I know I screwed up the whole thing). Just kinda went at it and murdered the song. I feel like an assassin. But wait, assassins get paid. All this girl did was ask for this song. Then again, she paid me with love ♥ BAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA oh my.