Saturday, December 22, 2012

Random Nothings...

Just a thought, both my blog and my twitter account should have come with a warning label that says: "Read at your own risk" or "your head might explode, beware", stuff like that. But sometimes, I want it more specific like "Can you read between the lines?" or "You should get this by now.".

People nowadays are reading things too literally that sometimes, they tend to give what they read different meanings. I don't know if that is really how they read it, or they want it interpreted that way or they are way too guilty they wanna alter the universe..

My last non-parenting post caused quite a stir, which was exactly what I've thought the people concerned would react. Although I didn't expect it to be soooooooo over-rated. Gosh! Like I always say, I take full responsibility of what I wrote, but not of your interpretations. That is your mind making up your own conclusions. 

Well, in my opinion, a write up which causes stir, serves its purpose well. Now I know how irrational some people are... Oh, well, like that would stop me from writing anymore?

Sorry, reading might not be your forte. And for that, I pity you. 

A Wedding To Remember

What : Heno andYas's Mafia Themed Wedding
When: September 7, 2012
Where: Ortigas Center, Pasig City

I don't always get to attend intimate events like this. I do get a few invites every now then but my working schedule does not permit me to (yeah, I know, my work schedule sucks. Like it has never been for the past 5 years???). Well, anyway, this time, since it's my colleague and team mate who is getting married, the wedding was scheduled on a day that was most convenient to all of us.

The bride, the Godfather and the Groom

Meet the bride, Yas and the groom--my friend and team mate, Heno (and the Ninong-Daddy Fred sandwiched). We've been working together for 4 years, if my memory serves me right. For the entire time we spend our working days, he never fail to mention his then-girlfriend. Yas and I met on a few occasions but we've never really known each other that long. But what's amazing about her is that she has this very friendly aura on her that even if she does not talk that much, I get to know her. It wasn't a hard job to be fond of her and I do not wonder how Heno managed to make their relationship work for 13 years before finally deciding to settle down. They are my ultimate example of growing up and loving each other more. It's best to be in a relationship where you can share things together, do activities you like together, act like bestfriends, argue like brother and sister and fight like husband and wife. :)

On their big day, my friends and I decided to go to the event after my shift (5pm) and just skip the wedding ceremony. But, I had an emergency meeting an hour before logging out which caused me 30mins delay on prepping. And because it was a Friday night, hailing a cab and going to the reception venue is a very challenging task. Late and all, we still made it!

The rest of our guy friends opted not to join this photo--booooo! just kidding :D

Congratulations Yas and Heno! Get working on giving Tri a playmate, already! :) hehehehehe 

with the groom--Heno

To bride and groom: A successful marriage requires falling in love many times, always with the same person.  ~Mignon McLaughlin