Maybe Next Time

Posted Monday, August 22, 2011 by deehan1914

Maybe Next Time

Two old friends meet again
Wearin’ older faces
And talk about the places they’ve been

Two old sweethearts who fell apart
Somewhere long ago
How are they to know
Someday they’d meet again
And have a need for more than reminiscin’'

-Maybe This Time, Michael Murphy

I never thought I would remain this loyal.

Sometimes I doubt if in my past life I was Hachiko.

You are still the only one that I am dreaming about each night.

You are still the one I remember each time I listen to music. This is too whimsical.

Sometimes I wonder if I will ever meet you again. How will it feel?

I wish to get over from you because I can feel you no longer care for me.

It is really sad to love the one who used to love you so much too.

I am focusing with careers. Hoping that somewhere down the road, our circumstances would amazingly

allow us to be together ..ostensibly just like in my dreams.

Yeah, I know I am still so crazy about you. Is it too bad to feel this way?

If it is not you, even if I deeply wish it would be you, I would hereby conclude that indeed..not everything

I want is given to me.

Perhaps , you are too good to be mine. Perhaps, someone who can cook better is good for you.

I would forever be jealous of her.

Owh.. How old am I? hahaha I wish to get over of these stuffs.Oh Good! :)

Have a Happy Day Everyday Everyone!

Why I love Iligan City

Posted Thursday, August 18, 2011 by deehan1914

I have always known that Iligan is wonderful. The captivating waterfalls, the diversity of traders , the pool of students from different regions in the island, the mosques , the  intriguing reported wars and it is where my best friend lives. I feel lucky I was able to visit this City for 4 years regularly and I hope to continually do my visitation.

After finishing College at MSU Marawi City, I felt happy to be back and be with my herd of church mates.We decided to plunge our selves in one of the most popular waterfall in Iligan and that would be Tinago Waterfall.

From the City proper you would need to ride on a Jeepney ( one of the best part ,HAHA!) then be transported by a motorcycle  and have the joy of walking along the whimsical forest hiding the waterfall at its heart.

The walking caused me thrills because I needed to endure the almost 300 ( oh, I'm not good with counting ) stair steps down. That trudge was deadly! Look at my crocs!

Along the way you will see a lot of coconut trees making the scenery very tropical and you will feel happy you are still young and can enjoy the inconvenience.

There are some areas which I think my friends in Hogwarts would like to roam around (my friends who are in the Forbidden Forrest, been there? ) Just look at this photo which is always making me feel cool.

What do you think? Is it nice or very nice? Hahaa.. One thing I LOVE here was that the entrance fee was just 10.00 pesos.If you have 1 USD then 4 persons can now enter. And to top it all, renting a life jacket will cost you 25.00 pesos only. Now, ring me and let's fly back to Iligan!

I really enjoyed talking with my friends while on that floating bamboo called " Gakit" (uhh I almost forgot the term ). There is a rope there connected to the other end of the waterfall and friends can try pulling together so that together, on the Gakit, they can move closer to the waterfall. That's teamwork, boss!

And yes, I know jaws will be all dropped . My plain words could never amount to something as splendid as this.

I sooo love the slippery  Gakit. Extra challenge Auntie!

If I can transform into a waterfall, I want to be Tinago Falls.

You can't swim there without a life jacket ( I think that's sad ).

A lot of tourist are visiting this waterfall. When I went there , there were like 2 or 3 foreigners.The one in the photo? Ow.. He's mine! Hahah Well, he is a good friend.

The scene will look like that if you are seated at the benches provided for visitors.

Well, just like other bloggers, I will never forget to post some of my best pictures from that trip. You must be green with envy now. Hahaa... Please visit Tinago Waterfall .I can help !


My Joyful Saturday

Posted Tuesday, August 2, 2011 by deehan1914
My Joyful Saturday

"If you compare yourself with others,
you may become vain or bitter,
for always there will be greater
and lesser persons than yourself."
Author - Max Ehrmann (1872 - 1945)

I have been asking others about what they think is going on with my life. It is not that I am the kind of person who listens to everything they say but I think I must hear them so that I can have an idea of how remarkably strange and unique ideas from each persons are.

For the joy of learning many things, I listen even more.

I noticed that many think my Saturday life is so stressfull. Yes, very true. They also think that I am making my body so tired and that I am not having any "Lazy Day". Uh-ow!The verity of that statement is like 80% . Moreover, I also learned that they think my Saturday is a useless day. That part, I am thrilled to know why.Life is really interesting.

So, before I go ahead. Let me tell you what is happening every Saturday.

Every Saturday, I wake up 2 am and take a bath then start my 3-4 hours journey to Davao City to attend graduate school.I am having my MBA . Our lessons last 7:00 am until 7 pm with 1 hour lunch break. At the end of the day, I needed to go home because I have some duties in the church by Sunday dawn.

Last Saturday, My MBA professor encouraged me to quit school and start my own business. He spent almost an hour of discussing why we should quit. Can you imagine that?

I agree, businessman don't go to graduate school and be educated by professors who don't have businesses themselves. That graduate school is another high-scale FACTORY  of employees. That was shaking!

I really wanted to become a University professor. I started my small business alongside with my job and then I am attending graduate school plus I do pray everyday in hopes that I will become eventually a professor. I am so in love with the joy only "learning and teaching" can offer.

Is it too bad if I won't quit? Is it too bad if I will stay?

Having an MBA degree is my good chance to become an instructor and then eventually a Professor.I know I must make my small business gigantic so that I can be a good example of those who practice what they preach. I will not be like those business major instructors who are teaching business solely based on books. I swear I never make my students memorize word meanings verbatim!

After all, I like listening to the opinions of others.but it never means I will follow all of it. I have my heart and mind which has its unique desire. My circumstance, core gifts and "calling" is not on becoming the world's wealthiest bu I am convinced it is on being a real Entrepreneur and an inspiring Professor. Above all of this, I am certain that my primary duty is to serve and glorify God.

A blessed day everyday everyone!