Thursday, September 30, 2010

GT # 7 - PINKY PINK PINK (with the late comer black and green)

Posted by LIMBERELLA at 9/30/2010 03:59:00 PM 10 comments Links to this post

I felt bad for missing two entries in the girls talk. And much bad to miss to telecast (hehe!) my two colors, BLACK and GREEN. But as the cliche goes, better late than never. =)


(my green polo, green phones and green book)
Green became my color accidentally. It was my friends who notice that most of
my things are green. And then, I was like "how come I didn't notice that". From then
on, I'm fond of buying green color stuff and begun to have fetish for green.


Now if black is a color, it is my favorite. It is my comfort color, like when I don't have the
luxury of time finding something to wear, black is the best option. I mean I feel so
comfortable and confident when I wear black (maybe because it can cover up for my figure. heheh). There was a time when my mum dislike my black fashion, because it's gloomy to look at.


I'm not such a pink person but this is my favorite loose pink polo. My hair covered the huge crocodile logo on my left chest.

(oh my blog template is pink pala, i forgot. hehe)

Monday, September 13, 2010


Posted by LIMBERELLA at 9/13/2010 03:00:00 PM 2 comments Links to this post

Wedding bells is in the air. What seems to be the famous "Christmas Rush" has another non-synonymous version, "wedding rush". Wedding rush it is. Everyone seems to get hitched every year, specifically the non-random people called friends. I am indeed getting older (who isn't?!), from the birthday party blast and the d├ębutante and cotillion, now comes the "I DO's" matrimony invitation. Everyone seems to get married except "yours truly". And now I'm part of the semi-pressure, a no exempt for the questions " when will you tie the knot?"

To be honest, I have no plans as of the moment. The getting-married plan would come 3-4 years from now. I just want everything to be ready, financially and emotionally. I want to march that aisle with a peace of mind that I still have a life and a bank account after I say I do.

And If I have to get married, I want it to be memorable. I mean I only get married once, not unless ...(knocks on the wood) I want that wedding to be worth it. From the couture, the reception, guests, motif and photographs.

As for my motif, I want a royal blue or green, vintage would also do. And of course, I want to look like a princess, even it's just self-proclaimed, hehe. I also have this wild imagination that I would march(?) the aisle riding in a horse(now that's so fairy tale). I wonder if any church would allow this. *laughs*

Now these are my choices of wedding gowns. I have every picture numbered according to my most pick and the least. 


# 4

# 6

# 3 (vintage and princess like)

# 1 ( now this would make me a princess. i also like the color)

# 5

#2 ( i like the beads and the design would emphasize one's figure)

# 6


I would like to have a smoky eyes or dark eyeshadow.
Not too heavy make-up. 
Smoky eyes give whiter complexion ( base on my make-up)

Friday, September 10, 2010


Posted by LIMBERELLA at 9/10/2010 10:31:00 AM 4 comments Links to this post

Friday Photo Flashback

         Now I cannot remember the story behind this, (maybe I was young enough when it was taken) but I what I am certain of is I was with my cousin in crime, KYONG2x (we all have unique nicknames, like me being called Limbing, my sister Tangsoy, brothers Angki and Fangki, cousins Chiko and Jaja). So to name digits, I think this picture is 21 years old. Anyway, have I told you how much I miss her? I guess I did said that a lot of times in my entries. She was just, like  I had in my title, my cousin in crime. We do things together, went to the same school, had the same friends, went to the same movies together, covers for each others lies, etc. She left 4 years ago and I never stop missing her since, wondering what would it be like if she never left. But people come and go. Now I'm getting too sappy..=)

(me and kyong)


Thursday, September 9, 2010


Posted by LIMBERELLA at 9/09/2010 07:48:00 PM 13 comments Links to this post


I can very well remember the sentiment of this picture; my first steps at my dad's hometown: CAMIGUIN! This was 20 years ago, I think. Twenty years and so much has changed. I can remember how anxious I was for this trip that I was not able to sleep the night before. =)

2o years after, this is us. The same women you spot above.

(me and my sister on the right)

(me and my mum)


Posted by LIMBERELLA at 9/09/2010 06:26:00 PM 14 comments Links to this post

I wasn't able to join the girl's corner last week since my laptop got busted and most of my "red" photos are there. (hhmmm). Anyway, today is about purple and unfortunately I am not the "purply" type. But I want to show a funny thing I did with my 2x2 picture 2 years ago. Two years with "amateur" editing skill and 100 pounds beauty. But, well, oh yeah, vibrant purple hair it is. I don't know what crap has gotten into me and I thought of doing something crazy and creepy with this picture. I turned myself into a killer psycho. Hehe.  


Wednesday, September 8, 2010


Posted by LIMBERELLA at 9/08/2010 12:43:00 AM 1 comments Links to this post
This is a Sponsored Post written by me on behalf of NMEDA. All opinions are 100% mine.

My cousin from Virginia  was troubled with his dad's immobility years ago. He suffered a cerebrovascular accident stroke that paralyzed almost half of his body. His life moves in a wheel chair. Every time they take them to the church or in the city, they have the hassle process of carrying him in and out the car. They did this for years and she finally decided to look for a program that offers services, which can help her father's stressful situation.

Thankfully, she came across with a non-profit trade association, the NMEDA dealers. She hit the dealer locator provided in their website, typed her city on a specific box, and was glad to find many listings of Mobility Equipment Dealers in their area. 

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            She was informed against adapted wheelchair vehicles sold over the Internet or through catalogs. So without further delay, she visited an NMEDA dealer herself. The services, products and trainings were clearly discussed to her. 

Now, she is enjoying with NMEDA dealers. They helped his father get back onto the road of independence and gave him a trouble free transportation.

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Tuesday, September 7, 2010


Posted by LIMBERELLA at 9/07/2010 06:28:00 PM 4 comments Links to this post

I am not a Brad Pitt fan but I do appreciate his movies. And if I have to pick a Pitt movie, it would be MEET JOE BLACK. 

Bill Parrish (ANTHONY HOPKINS) has it all - success, wealth, and power. Days before his 65th birthday he receives a visit from a mysterious stranger, Joe Black (BRAD PITT), who soon reveals himself as Death. In exchange for extra time, Bill agrees to serve as Joe's earthly guide. But will he regret his choice when Joe unexpectedly falls in love with Bill's beautiful daughter Susan (CLAIRE FORLANI).

A synopsis over the net, written by a Robert Lynch, says:

Joe Black and Bill Parrish enter into a most unusual gentleman's agreement. Wealthy media tycoon William Parrish leads a charmed existence until Death comes calling with an extraordinary proposition - he'll delay Bill's imminent demise in exchange for a tour of life. Innocent, enigmatic and often hilarious, Joe disrupts Bill's world of privilege and corporate intrigue. But when he falls for Bill's beautiful daughter, Joe threatens to change the rules. Now Bill must fight not for his future, but for those he loves in this bittersweet tale of life and death

My two memorable lines in the movie:


Joe Black: I don't care Bill. I love her. 

William Parrish: How perfect for you - to take whatever you want because it pleases you. That's not love. 

Joe Black: Then what is it? 

William Parrish: Some aimless infatuation which, for the moment, you feel like indulging - it's missing everything that matters. 

Joe Black: Which is what? 

William Parrish: Trust, responsibility, taking the weight for your choices and feelings, and spending the rest of your life living up to them. And above all, not hurting the object of your love. 

Joe Black: So that's what love is according to William Parrish? 

William Parrish: Multiply it by infinity, and take it to the depth of forever, and you will still have barely a glimpse of what I'm talking about. 

Joe Black: Those were my words. 
William Parrish: They're mine now.


Love is passion, obsession, someone you can't live without. If you don't start with that, what are you going to end up with? Fall head over heels. I say find someone you can love like crazy and who'll love you the same way back. And how do you find him? Forget your head and listen to your heart. I'm not hearing any heart. Run the risk, if you get hurt, you'll come back. Because, the truth is there is no sense living your life without this. To make the journey and not fall deeply in love - well, you haven't lived a life at all. You have to try. Because if you haven't tried, you haven't lived.


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