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Think Free

In less than a month from now, I would be a year older.  At my mature age, I swear that I would no longer think of how the others would see me as a person.  As long as I am happy and know that I would enjoy anything or any circumstance that I would come in contact with, I would go for it.  No soul can stop me from doing or achieving whatever I want.  I am empowered.

Think free! These are the two powerful words that I actually saw flashing inside my head in bold psychedelic blinking colored lights while I am writing this article.

Why do we always have to seek everybody else’s approval for almost anything?  Who cares about what the rest of the world thinks?  “Be what you want to be” is a first-rate faculty! Thinking of how others would think of me is so 10,000 seasons ago.

O ‘di ba?! Ang lalim…

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Isadora

I seldomly got the chance to watch Iisa Pa Lamang teleserye.  But when I do, I must admit I enjoy watching it not because of the lead stars acting, not because of the story, not because of anything else but Isadora (Cherry Pie Picache’s role/character).  I am not the type who would watch the show fully stumped on the television for I would do other things when the TV is on.  However, every time its Isadora’s turn to speak, I would stop on whatever I am doing and would superglue my senses to the boobtube to watch and listen to her.

I like Isadora for she is brilliantly scheming.  She could get away with anything.  Isadora chose to be evil and she’s doing a great job being one.  I like Isadora for she is smart.  Every line that would come out of her mouth is full of sting with shrewd manipulations which only shows how stupid the other characters are.  I like Isadora for she is funny.  If you would not take her seriously, she is actually comic and hilarious.  She would always give me a good laugh every time she would shock and scare her nemesis with her witty expressions and counter attacks.

If you combine all Hollywood and Pinoy evil characters, it would come out nothing but a juvenile scare if compared to her.  Isadora does not need to transform her physical features into something petrifying to terrify a person – like grow fangs, raise messy hairs, drool green slimes, cut herself into two, turn her head 360 degrees, etc.  She does not need to use armaments (guns, grenades, bombs, etc) not do “orasyon” (magic spells) or “kulam” (witchcraft) to terrorize those people who would try to get into her wicked ways.  All she needs to do is speak to scare the wits out of you.

I like Isadora.  She is evil.  She is heinous.  She is immoral.

Iboto si Isadora para Presidente!

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Nengkoy is the nickname of my mom during her pre-school years. Her parents and relatives call her ‘Ang Neneng Ko’. With her pretty charm and appeal, she was usually called in a melodic way using this lovely phrase. Until it evolved for easier articulation of the phrase, Ang Neneng Ko was shorten to Nengkoy.

Nengkoy

Nengkoy is the nickname of my mom during her pre-school years. Her parents and relatives call her ‘Ang Neneng Ko’. With her pretty charm and appeal, she was usually called in a melodic way using this lovely phrase. Until it evolved for easier articulation of the phrase, Ang Neneng Ko was shorten to Nengkoy.