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The Middle Child Syndrome part 2

Sunday, May 30, 2010

On the brighter side i am sure that i am not the most unfortunate

middle child in the world..

contrary to the belief..

1. No..I was not neglected
maybe because i am really an attention seeker ever since i was
young. I would do crazy things that my mom would get worried
of my actions and that cause her to look after me a lot back then..
This attitude of mine has toned down a lot this days but i know i
still unconsciously do some attention seeking things..

2. I am not anti social..
I am not the most approachable person out there but once a get
use to my environment i become friendly..and i have my own group
of friends...and the people i don't talk to are people i don't like.

3. I love being different...
They say that middle children are mostly the ones that has the most
different attitude among the siblings and i don't care i love being different
I love how i have different likes and passion compared to my siblings and
after all every person is unique and no two person is exactly the same.

4. I show them what i feel..
The thing is i know my parents are not fortune tellers..and they can't 
know everything im feeling..i tell them modestly,show it in my actions
(not the throwing things type though)what i do is i don't talk to them 
and make them feel that i feel mistreated and i do think that every 
parent is sensitive enough to know that something wrong with their child.

If you think that your the most unfortunate middle child out there..think
of people who grew up w/o a FAMILY aren't you tons luckier than them? 
Well I can say I AM, they don't have any parents to complain how they 
are being mistreated and no siblings that they can blame for the lack of
attention from their parents...

Focus on the things you have and get over the things you don't have that 
would be much easier because every one in the family has a role and i'm
sure that in each role there are pros and cons.


The Middle Child Syndrome

Saturday, May 29, 2010

For those who don't know what Middle Child Syndrome
click the link for more info.

Some people may not believe it but it exist I can
testify to it because i am a middle child myself..I am
born with an older sister and a younger brother..

I have wondered why my parents don't realize that i
was being treated unfairly by them. When i was young
i have thought of running away from home for some
reasons i have forgotten..that was stupid and ive realize
i will never do that..

For an instance when i was in a camping i waited for my
mom for a long time that i got desperate and i went home
alone, while during my brother's time they were already
waiting for him 30 minutes before he's the same
with our outbound eventhough i was tired i go home alone
while he got fetch by my mom or dad.. but this experience
made me more independent..i seldom ask my parents for
help if i have problems and sometimes they don't even know
i have one..and i've handled it all alone.

It was also hard for me to get what i want i have to give them
really good reasons or literally beg for it  that's when i realize
that my parents won't be around forever so i better start getting
things i want on my own.

 part 2 tomorrow gonna sleep now!!


Lee Dewyze Won!

Thursday, May 27, 2010

Ive always believe he would win the competition,,This was 
the first time i ever followed the whole american idol season
and I've also seen how he improved in every performance he 
did.... Congratulations Lee you deserve it!! Good Luck to 
your future Career..^_^

Another important happening in the finale was the tribute to
Simon Cowell cause we all know that it's his last season in
 Idol and I'm sure that American Idol will never be the same
without him=(

Lips of an Angel Lee Dewyze Cover..i thought this was really a
good rendition and that this kind of songs are the ones he should sing.

Sorry the video doesn't fit well..but who cares what matters is the music in it..^_^


The 3 stories

Wednesday, May 26, 2010

i opened up the computer then log in my facebook
account and read 3 stories one was a poem, another
a story and the other is simply about 143 reasons
why she loved that person and you know what it have
in common the feeling of love and i was like danggg..
I knew i was missing something and i realize it was this
feeling but eventhough ive figured it out. Im still not yet see there was a time when i was ready..he
broke all my defenses but it did'nt work out and it really
hurt me and getting hurt was the main reason i don't like
relationships. Yah i know it's selfish but i know i'll get
pass through this.


A New School Year..

Tuesday, May 25, 2010

I'm really glad that i passed all the subjects i took this year
including the subject i attended this summer. I have already
enrolled for the new school year..Yes everytime i enroll i
make sure i  do it early as in around 1 am in the morning
cause i know that come late morning it would be near impossible
to enter my school's site cause of a lot of students logging in
and's better early than get pissed because you
cannot access their site..Registered all subjects i will take this
semester and i see more Psychology subjects coming up..
Now all I have to do is sit around and pay my tuition fee.

See it pays to be early..^_^


A Call to Arms--Urbandub

Monday, May 24, 2010

this song was released recently but i have forgotten to
post it here. Urbandub has always been one of my
favorite local band because their really good and they
have really good lyrics..I first fell in love with their song
entitled First of Summer

and up until now im still a fan..So they have a new song
entitled A Call to Arms which i find really good especially
the lyrics.

there's no point to keep your head face down when all we see
and know and feel is temporary. Spread your arms and keep
your head held high. Good things are better taken in the less
you notice.
A really good advice to people who feel really down..^_^


Im Back..

Saturday, May 22, 2010

im back after my final exams..and ive discovered a new
easy way to make money online.


You just read articles and rate it and get payed. Cash Out is
$50 and after just two days of joining i have $ 2.01 in my balance
not bad at all^_^

join now..Readbud

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i'll take a short break

Tuesday, May 18, 2010

Im upset with what happened to my entrecard account and im having my final exam this coming Wednesday. Maybe this was meant to be and with all this happening ive decided take a short break in blogging maybe for about a week..that's it maybe then i'll have fresh new ideas, new ways of getting traffic for my blog or maybe by then the entrecard sign up i made has has been approved!!

Till next week!
wish me luck on my final exam..^_^


Pay per Post

Monday, May 17, 2010

Should his antidote mount a stumbling soup?

for claiming my blog in PayperPost


My entrecard got deleted!

when i opened my mail i was shock to see a message
from entrecard saying my account was deleted!!

original email

"Your account 'Crooked' on has been deleted. The administrator gave the following reason:

Redirecting is not allowed.

Please contact if you have any questions regarding this action.

Please include the following:
User ID: 62566"

They did'nt even give any warning but im not someone who gives up easily..and since im still starting to increase my traffic i need entrecard! and most importantly the good blogs that ive encountered through this site is one of  the things i cannot give up right i'll sign up again and make sure i'll follow all the rules and if it doesnt work i don't think im still the one to blame..

and you know the saddest part? not seeing the blogs you've learned to read after continously dropping
on it.=(


10 things she learned from Gilbert Teodoro

Friday, May 14, 2010

Article written by: Angela Celdran Dela Calzada
"As I write this, I am holding back tears. It is not because I don’t like Noynoy Aquino, nor because I think Erap being allowed to run again and now come second in this race is a joke, but because about 90% of my voting countrymen allowed a good thing slip through their fingers… yet again.
I read a comment someone posted on the GT fan page that said the Philippines will never cease to be a third world country, because the Filipinos keep thinking like one. It’s a tragedy that we repeatedly refuse to acknowledge our islands’ limitless potential. By electing the same kind of people over and over again to lead our nation, we are consciously closing our minds and hearts to a new era in politics; where mudslinging and dirty tactics can become obsolete. It really is a shame
Sour graping is the easiest thing in the world. I could whine, complain and write angry hate notes and messages about how stupid, inane and terrifically idiotic we’ve now made ourselves out to be. I could congratulate the 12 million Filipinos for damning us to 6 years of shame, blame and online games. There are so many delightfully snarky things I could say that would probably make me feel better. But this time, I won’t. Why? Because this time, I’ve learned how to.
Throughout his campaign, Gilbert Teodoro was often praised by many, both in the public and private sectors, for his brilliance, integrity, capability and positivity. It was due to these qualities that he received support from me and over 3 million Filipinos across the country. Though we did not soar as high as we wanted to, it was in the few feet above the ground that I, and I’m sure my fellow “Gibonians” will concur, learned valuable lessons in politics, leadership and more importantly, in life.
Of these lessons, here are 10 that I will always remember… and treasure.
1. Stop the negativity! Take responsibility! One of the things Gibo was most commended for was his commitment to maintain a positive campaign throughout the period. Not once did he stoop down to sling the mud back, he would only wipe it off his shoes. His focus was on bringing his voice and platform to all areas of the country, to give us the chance to discern and make the decision based on that knowledge. No matter how dirty the arena had become, everyone still wanted to shake his hand.
2. The world keeps spinning and so should we. “Society does change.” Gibo said this in one of his sorties, when he talked about addressing the material needs of people today. In an ideal society, people should be content to live within their means and capabilities. But unfortunately, reality begs to differ. The times, they are a changing, Bob Dylan once sang, and it will continue to do so whether we like it or not. The ability to adapt and adjust can no longer be considered an option, for it is fast becoming a necessity.
3. It’s not the what. It’s the how. Another thing Gibo was often praised for was his practical take on traditional and modern day issues. His platform attracted many because his proposed policies and solutions seemed “doable”. In fact, there were no promises made to put an end to the problems that have been haunting our country for decades, if not centuries. After all, an idea is one thing, but its execution is another entirely.
4. Not all bad grass come from the same seed. We civilians have this idea that all government officials are the same: corrupt, self-serving and power hungry. But after listening to Gibo speak in one of his sorties about how corruption can be eased through incentives and rewards for good behavior, I realized that there still are public servants who actually WANT to serve the public.
5. Shit happens. But you can always clean it up. Throughout his stint as Secretary of National Defense happened two tragedies: the Typhoon Ketsana and Maguindanao massacre. His response to these disasters, while not perfect, was still commended by those who actually knew what the heck was going on. Even during the campaign, when many a time was he frowned upon for these unfortunate events, not once did I hear him point the finger at other people. What I admire is that he took responsibility for his actions and did what was best at the time to appease each situation.
6. There are many things we can compromise. Integrity is not one of them. Being a member of one of the most powerful political machineries in the country, it would have been easy to engage in the crossfire that happened between several of the candidates. Everyone wondered why he refused to denounce his ties to PGMA, even though people were saying they would vote for him if he would. Why not compromise, I, like many other Filipinos thought? Then, during one of his sorties, I heard him say that there is nothing on earth that is worth ruining his father’s name, and his son’s future. Right then and there, I understood.
7. Freedom, contrary to its root word, is not always free. So don’t waste it. We are the only fully democratic country in our region, yet, we are one of the least progressive. This is something I’ve heard him stress over in many talks and forums. We actually have the right to say when we want change and when we’ve had enough. Sometimes, we don’t appreciate how lucky we are, that we have the freedom of speech, the freedom to choose our religion and elect our leaders. It’s up to us to make decisions for our future and the betterment of country. And luckily, it will ALWAYS be up to us.
8. Peace, on the other hand, is always free. So please make use of it. One of the main points of Gibo’s platform was, and always will be, peace and unity among our 7,000++ islands. We are a diverse archipelago, rich in culture and heritage, and that is something we should be proud of, not hate. We often hear of the problems in other poor countries when in fact, we have the very same problems right next door. Though it is a very popular answer among aspiring beauty queens, that doesn’t make it any less crucial. Peace should always be a priority in this, and any country.
9. The importance of a legacy. Of all the times I’ve heard him address the people’s fear of him playing a puppet to PGMA, Gibo always says one thing: that he is still young. What he meant by this was that if he had been given the chance to lead, after his 6 years in office, he would still have many years to show face for; which he would not jeopardize for his sake, and more importantly, for his family’s sake. After all, we can think of many ways to gain money and power, but we only have ONE life to live and ONE legacy to leave.
And last…
10. Love our country. This may be the simplest lesson, but nonetheless, it was something I deeply needed to relearn. In this day and age, we are more exposed to the outside world than ever. I’m not scared to admit that there have been a number of times when I felt ashamed of being a Filipino, in a country so afraid of change and innovation. Ashamed of our penchant for favoring people for who they know over who they are. Ashamed of our blatant backwardness, especially when compared to our neighboring countries. But the moment I heard Gibo speak about his vision for the country stirred in me a feeling of patriotism that I never thought I had. In the few months that I displayed my belief in his candidacy; I had also, willingly, displayed my belief in my country.
Despite the grief I feel for the outcome of this year’s elections, strangely, I cannot escape the feeling of hope and pride that continues to swell inside me. Looking through the facebook pages of fellow “Gibonians”, it’s easy to see that there was something new, exciting and inspiring that was born out of all this. And I know that whatever was awakened in all of us is something that cannot be easily abandoned, or forgotten.
Though he’s said before that this is the last time he expects to run for public office, I sincerely hope that for once, he said something he didn’t mean. I hope, no, I insist that he runs again in 2016, because he owes all of us the opportunity to see his platform, ideas and vision become our reality. Throughout his campaign, we were introduced to a new breed of politics and contrary to what the new first lady (sorry, it slipped) has said, the Green Team volunteers were NEVER paid.
So Mr. Teodoro, if you ever get to read this, please consider giving us the chance to vote for you again. That is the only payment I seek."
very well written and speaks the truth..people want change, then vote candidates according to their track record and not by popularity or sympathy. I really believe in Teodoro and i taught the Philippines saw his potentials too but i guess not media have blinded my fellow filipinos from astar studded campaign ad to catchy campaign jingles. Sad but true!


Move on---Bruno Mars

Wednesday, May 12, 2010

with no further a due Bruno Mars with Move On
really really nice song!


Election's almost over..

Tuesday, May 11, 2010

Election's Almost over. The color of my blog might be misleading
but the man in green Gilbert Teodoro was my bet and he already
conceded and i respect that there is a 99.9% Benigno "Noynoy"
Aquino will be the next President of the Republic though he still not
yet proclaimed. Im not gonna lie...Im quite dissappointed but what
can i do Philippines is a Democratic Country!

Hard but ill accept it and look at what he can do for our country..

and another thing..

I just want the people who voted for him to fully support his
efforts and not change their mind after hearing scandalous issues
about him..stand by his side, believe in his efforts and show it
your actions...He cannot do it on his own!  I'll take my part, you
take yours. You'll never know maybe the change that we want
for this country lies in our own hands and not to the people in power.


Philippines Election 2010

Monday, May 10, 2010

Today was the first Automated Election in the Philippines.
As expected there were a lot of glitches and troubles both in the
technical and manual aspects of the Election..but in the end
of the day the votes are now being transmitted and counted
but it doesn't stop there continue being vigilant and report any
inconsistencies happening around you..also  there is a site where you
can see the actual no. of votes each candidate has courtesy of Comelec

Im Hoping that the new Elected President could address to the basic needs of the
Filipino people. I remember this project GMA 7 had entitled
"Biyaheng totoo"-- video compilation where they visited the 10 poorest cities in the Philippines and ask a resident to put all there problems and concerns in a Notebook that will be sent to the next president of the Philippines.....

 Doing something about it could be a good start!


Is she a Psychic?

Sunday, May 9, 2010

Is she a Psychic?

I know a woman who can read my mind..I remember one day a really bad day..I lost my phone so when i  got home i went straight to my room so no one would know cause i know that when they find out i will get scolded..but boom as soon as i lay in my bed she went up and ask me what happened.. I didn't even talk when i got home..i did not look at her eyes so how did she know? Of course i cannot lie anymore so i told the truth..and i ask her? how did you know? and she answered just by your actions..

and She is no Psychic..She is my mom.!
No matter how much we deny it our mom will be the only
person who will know us better than ourselves...

Treasure your Mom and show her how much
you love her!!

Happy Mothers they to my mom and all the moms
in the world


New Look for my blog

Saturday, May 8, 2010

I decided to get a new template because
i observed how cluttered my site was since
i added some new features and i also added
a chatbox for people who would want to
exchange link with me..


She Can't be Tamed

Friday, May 7, 2010

I knew this was coming..I was never a Hannah Montana fan but
i knew that someday she would go to a track that parents would
disagree on how their daughter idolizes's starting.. nothing is
         really permanent in this world except change!   
 Another thing she reminds me of Britney Spears.. don't you think?
Here she is with Can't be Tamed


Youre Still the One

Thursday, May 6, 2010

After Alex Lambert got booted out from AI early on
Lee Dewyze have emerged as my new favorite..check out his 
version of one of my favorite Shania Twain Song



Wednesday, May 5, 2010

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then join Booksneeze

I review for BookSneeze

heres how it works 
first sign up you must have your own blog
then choose a book you want to review or read
then they will send you the book for free and
you will write a review about the book in your blog...


BC Bloggers 3

Tuesday, May 4, 2010


Calling all bloggers who want to gain friends in the blogosphere and build links
at the same time –  BC Bloggers 3 is now open.  To join just visit Mommy Diary

build some link exchange and join now!!


Philippines' Election

Philippines' election is fast approaching..May 10 is the date 
though i can't vote because im still not 18 yrs old till June..
Yes i miss the awaited Philippines' Election by just a month..

and it sucks..But even though I cannot vote this coming election
I still think have my own bets but my bets are not really important.
What's important is being vigilant about the things that will happen
around us and taking part in preventing anything that can ruin this
coming election.

This is the first Automated Election in the Philippines
im praying that it will go smooth and everyone will
have one goal to choose the leader they think will make
a difference not only to their lives but to whole the country


I was Sick

Monday, May 3, 2010

for a while i was sick and unable to think clearly
and not post anything substantial for a while..but
now im back...^_^


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