I took a trip down memory lane to see the highlights of my 2019– who was I kidding? It was more of browsing through my 2019 journal to see what I actually did because yes, I have trust issues with my memory. After a long and hard argument with myself, I-we?- came to a conclusion that my future self would probably appreciate a digital record of accomplishments more than its combustible counterpart.
Bataan ride on the 26th that I wasn’t able to blog about but what’s new about that?
2018 Reading Challenge- Results
… because you realized, even when society considers you as an adult, you don’t see anything wrong in being attracted to a 2D character.
It was my second visit to Taiwan, but the first one I actually planned so it was a big highlight for me. Where was the blog entry? In the drafts just like the first.
The Mysterious Key and What It Opened ,
Lost for Words and
Ready Player One (Ready Player One, #1)
The month that made billions of people around the world realize their love for them. I cried 3000.
Pet Sematary and Who Could That Be at This Hour? (All the Wrong Questions, #1)
Starting with Succulents was the article I wrote when my interest in succulents was reignited and I thought I could save the world one succulent at a time. Now, I only have one living succulent.
Rikki-Tikki-Tavi, Utopia , and Crito
Though going to Tagaytay has become an annual activity for me for some years now, it’s the first time I visited it with my brother so it’s definitely worth noting.
BOHOL trip! Interested in the article? Read on.
Finished two books:
Good Omens: The Nice and Accurate Prophecies of Agnes Nutter, Witch and
Daddy-Long-Legs (Daddy-Long-Legs, #1)
By now, you’re not wondering why the article was posted in August anymore.
By the way, I also met a special woman from Indonesia this month and we spent a great time together visiting our national museums.
Things to do in Bohol for Chill-Out Retreaters
MIBF was still as popular as ever–if not more popular. There’s one thing different this year though–I didn’t buy any book. lol
Teacher of the Week: Syme, The Infinite
Book feature: Vibal Filipiniana Classics, Jose Victor Torres’ El Periodismo Filipino and Dr. Jose Rizal’s Noli me Tangere
Teacher of the week, Upon, and her answers to 20 Unusual Teaching Interview Questions
MIBF 2019: Experience Learning with Vibal Group
Participating in this seminar surely was one of the highlights of the year for me.
We went to…surprise! Tagaytay and finally got to visit The Puzzle Mansion Museum.
What better to spend time with friends than learning something new? We attended a Calligraphy Session hosted by Tina from ArtsyFancy, yes, the same lady in this post. Of course, the conversation kept flowing all thanks to Syme‘s thought provoking questions, Mariah’s quirky responses, and Von‘s occasional quips. You’d understand where I’m coming from when you’re surrounded by introverted friends.
It wasn’t as if November and December were uneventful for me. On the contrary, I got caught in a number of activities and this site unfortunately suffered the consequences.
Ergo the idea behind one of my key Projects for 2020.
To my future self, in case you’re reading this, you cursed probably the most number of times in your thirty years of existence, got your patience ultimately tested, annoyed a number of people -but what’s new?- and achieved a couple of things you never planned out for yourself, but you did well in 2019.
And, you probably didn’t need me to tell you that.