Friday, May 12, 2006

Snippets

I need to churn out a couple of articles before lunch, so I will jumpstart my brain by blogging (yes, Ree, tell yourself that). Since half my brain is processing the articles, the blogging part is a bit disjointed, hence a hodgepodge of whatever comes to mind.

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Oh happy happy joy joy. Finally found my phone case, the one I've been looking for since March. It was buried under a pile of bills that I've been meaning to file. Ehehe.

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When The Hubby and I got home a few days ago, only Chloe came to greet us. Almost flew into a Boo-induced panic again. Looked for him in the service area, in the front garden--only to find him inside the house. Apparently, he didn't go out when The Hubby was locking up, and The Hubby didn't see him (Boo sort of blends with the marble floor). Whew!

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It's bed weather today. Wish The Hubby didn't have to go to the office. Yesterday, it was so hot and there was a brief downpour in the afternoon that only served to agitate the heat molecules, making it even hotter and muggy. But I'd take the scorching heat over rain or drizzle when I have to commute. Commuting in the rain sucks. I totally hate getting my feet wet.

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I don't think I'm going to watch American Idol anymore. They kicked out Chris. Hmph.

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The highlight of my week: Muay Thai! I am ecstatic that there are Muay Thai classes right here in the village, and so reasonably priced too. The Hubby is joining me (to make sure he can defend himself when we get into a fight mwahahaha); so far we've logged in three of the twenty sessions we've signed up for. Oh yeah. Kick-ass days are here again!

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My best friend from Baguio (we've been friends since we were in diapers and I couldn't say her name properly--"Wehgie" instead of "Reggie") is getting married! To her on-off boyfriend of six years. I'm so happy for them. Rej is practically my sister. And I like Pol. They had a major breakup in 2005, and now they're getting married. Sounds so familiar. I think that really happens. Take me and The Hubby. We were on-off, and then we had a major breakup. Then we decided to get married. I know a lot of couples with that pattern too. I think after the major breakup, you either move on to other people, or you realize that you can't see yourself growing old with anyone else.

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I really ought to be working.

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Fine, fine. Back to work.

2 comments:

janet said...

Together, minor on-offs, major breakup: yup, sounds familiar. Our story, too. =) And, lookie now, 12 years married to the day today, may 14. =)

Sekki said...

That EEEees familiar. :p