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Oct. 11th, 2007 | 11:29 pm

“You gotta watch the play directed by Chris Millado – once more he has outdone himself.  I didn’t know it was kinda x-rated so I brought along my 16 year old daughter T. and her two friends.   But what a revelation!  It was the best thing for them to learn about the facts of life and issues of premarital sex, abuse, rape, etc.  I thought I was in the play myself being so near the characters!  My daughter remarked that she rates it as good as Broadway’s “Lion King”!  Say what?  Coming from a stage enthusiast she might just be right.  The set is fantastic , can’t believe it was a stage – thought I was really there where it was happening!  Wow Wow Wow Wow Wow Wow!!!   - Carmen Prieto

This is your chance to imagine, to feel, to watch, and to ‘live’  with Insiang!  We’ve seen it and we’re in awe! And yes, we’re watching it again!  And you should watch it too! A different kind of experience in the theater world, Insiang will surely make you want for more. It’s light-hearted and heavy at the same time, but it’s not for the faint-hearted!”  - AJ

“There are many things that make this play unique.  The stage design alone is a marvel – a three-dimensional set spanning the whole room with a runway downcenter  . . .   The shanties are two to three levels high and Insiang's home, in particular, had action going on at both floors. . . Sex is often a topic that is censored in public entertainment. The sex scenes in this play were very well executed and artistically done. Be prepared for lots of grunts, groans, and partial nudity.  Not even masturbation is taboo.  Fights with fists, knives, guns, and home appliances, not to mention sexual assault, battery, and domestic violence.  And let us not forget the most prevalent violence of all – verbal abuse.  The amount of cussing in this play made me flinch but I realize that this is a depiction of real life.”  - Slvrdlphn

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Sep. 19th, 2007 | 01:53 pm

Tanghalang Pilipino in cooperation with bright eyed boys events&ideas, inc. present

Mario O'Hara's
Directed by Chris Millado 

October 5 to 15, 2007
Cultural Center of the Philippines
Tanghalang Huseng Batute

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Jan. 4th, 2006 | 03:06 pm

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The Only Permanent Thing in This World is Change

Sep. 30th, 2005 | 03:03 pm
mood: (emotionally tired) (emotionally tired)
music: Anything For You

To some, this quote may mean nothing, but to me, this is one of the saddest… but true: “THE ONLY PERMANENT THING IN THIS WORLD IS CHANGE!” Let me start this from how my year 2005 wonderfully and amazingly began until it came to a point that I felt so low. Now, let us say I’m in my recovery stage (with the help of God of course, my church friends, my family, my “true” friends in the real essence of the word, and my new officemates):


1. “Thesis mode” most of the time, yet still can’t get student activities out of my system! Active-active-an pa rin sa orgs, simply because I love what I was doing as well as the CSB friends I was working with.

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2. Rehearsal days for “Tabi-Tabi Po” (entry to the 2nd Crossroads Theater Festival) everyday from 6-9 PM (with Starbucks coffee and tsismisan sessions afterwards). It was my first time to direct, so it wasn’t easy! But thanks to the support of so many friends and loved ones (both financially and emotionally). It came to a point when the other three productions were against us, but I just don’t wanna elaborate on that further. Rehearsals for theater productions were one of the best and worst moments in my life as an artist.

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1. I consider this as my “UNEXPECTED ACHIEVEMENTS MONTH”! All in one month, these things happened. Hold on to your seats (hehe!):
a. I reached the average of a Cumlaude (3.533)!
b. I was chosen to deliver the graduation speech at the PICC
c. “Tabi-Tabi Po” won as the Best Play for the 2nd Crossroads Theater Festival
d. I won as the Best Director for the same festival
e. I got the "Best Arts Management Thesis" Award!

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2. Life with CSB friends was so remarkable! Sunday adventures with two special friends still continued even after I graduated. Lenni, Cha, and I treated our beloved boy friends to a videoke bar in Malate for our graduation celebration. A special friend even texted me something like, “My life in CSB wasn’t the same without you! I miss you! I realized your importance all the more after you were gone!”

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3. First time to go to Fontana courtesy of Nes. I was with Nes, Stacy (Nes’ sister), Jill and Chester (Nes’ blockmates). Di naman ba ‘ko O.P. niyan? I tell you, hindi po! It was one of my best escapades with new friends!

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1. “ISSUE MONTH” because of supporting Nes for his campaign as the SC President of CSB! Care ko sa kanila? Basta “I believe in my friend!” ang drama ko those days ano man ang sabihin nila against him. I helped him in making the visions of his group, the campaign materials, and even in having their room-to-room campaign! I composed a campaign jingle (to the tune of the Coke jingle) for his group.

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2. Celebrated my 22nd birthday on March 10 in Antel Seaview Towers with 10 chosen CSB friends (limited lang kasi). Halos lahat ng wishes nila was for me to have a good love life, kasi halos lahat daw na sa‘kin na! I don’t think so, pero ‘yun ang sabi nila! One thing to note, medyo na-offend ako sa “kanya” nung birthday ko, dahil wala man lang effort. But then, ‘di ko naman s’ya BF so ano magagawa ko? I didn’t have the right to demand. But naging okay naman kami after.

3. I had my Encounter God Retreat (EGR) in Tagaytay, and it was there that I asked for God’s forgiveness for my act of ignoring him all those days that I was high with happiness and achievements. Adjustment stage sa church, ‘coz I felt I missed so much during those times that I wasn’t always there (kinda felt O.P. sometimes kahit ‘di halata!).

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1. Started looking for a job that I really want and where I can really practice my course. Mind you, it wasn’t easy to look for a job. Considering na I even graduated Cumlaude and I was an active student leader. Maybe because I was choosy! Pero promise, sa dami ng graduates in the Philippines, it was really hard! And honestly, I didn’t expect it since I graduated with flying colors. If I were to ask, I wanted to work in CSB sa OSA, or as a professor para less adjustments na lang, but there wasn’t any job opening at that time.

2. Constant “lakwatsa” and overnight bondings with C.H.A.N. (Cha, Henri, Andre, Nikki)! Ang saya-saya sobra!!!

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3. I was very honored to be invited as one of the speakers/facilitators for CSB’s PLANS (Planning for Leaders and Artists Networking and Synergy) 2005 in Angel’s Hills Tagaytay. “Mother” even bought SUN SIM, so we could talk while they were there, only to find out I’ll be with them in Tagaytay rin pala! Being in Tagaytay with almost all my closest friends (Mother, Nes, Andre, etc.) was one of my best times. Thanks to the OSA peeps (esp. to Ms. Ces and Sir PJ) for believing in me!

4. Nes invited me to join and give a short talk during his meeting with his co-candidates in SC. I felt flattered, kasi training and inspiring future student leaders give me a sense of fulfillment.

5. There was this guy who kinda courted me before, but I didn’t like him, so ‘di ko inintindi. I just felt regretful about it, kasi I suddenly found him okay. But the bad thing is, ‘di na ako gusto n’ya! Haaayyy….


1. I got accepted in FPROS, Int’l in Tomas Morato, QC as a Sales & Marketing Head and Trainor for networking. I tried it for almost two months lang, but I didn’t see myself working there for long, so I resigned. Though I was flattered that they gave me a good position though I was a new graduate, ‘di ko talaga linya ang Sales at Marketing e.

2. I got a sideline – Tito Arnie of JCCM offered me a job to proofread the books they’re selling in ACTS Christian Bookstore. Nakakahilo lang, but at least I got to work even while sitting on my bed and watching T.V.!

3. Dahil sa SUN, medyo nagkaro’n kami ng petty quarrel ng isa sa mga pinakamamahal kong kaibigan! Malungkot sobra! I didn’t mean to hurt him, but I was accused of not being a supportive friend. Ako kasi, I’m more into “what is right” than into “what makes you happy” because I believe that if what you’re doing is right in the eyes of the Lord, He will bless you with happiness (I opted not to discuss into details our problem, dahil tsismis na ‘yon. Ano kayo, hilo? Hehe!).


1. I declare June as Nikki’s “I DON’T DESERVE THESE TRIALS MONTH”! First, one of my best friends became one of my worst enemies (though I wasn’t mad at him, he was the one mad at me for so many reasons that I didn’t mean to do)!

2. Second, the man I love (so, so much) knew my feelings for him. Though I didn’t want him to know it, because he’s one of my best friends, I had to tell him, because he courted someone else and of course, I had to let go. I didn’t cry the moment I knew it, but there was a time that I really burst into tears upon reminiscing on the memories we had. I even had more memories with him than with my ex-boyfriends, so it was really hard for me.

3. On June 5, Sunday at about 3:00 a.m., I had an intimate moment with the Lord (I accepted Him again as my personal Christ and Savior… it’s called the “Born Again” experience), which was triggered by too much depression with my close friends that I was slowly losing at that time. “Painful” says it all… so much!

4. Andre and I declared ourselves to be each other’s Best Friends.

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1. “He” and I were back to normal after almost a month of ignoring each other because of the “courting” issue. Still, we were good friends, and I was so satisfied with how we were. Just like the old days (Sunday), we ate dinner, watched a movie together, and cried out our problems to each other until 4:00 am in Antel. I was so overwhelmed, esp. when he told me that I was the only one who knew all of those feelings that he revealed. I think he cried (I wasn’t sure ‘coz it was dark) and I also cried, because I was so sad seeing him that way. It melted my heart… his love issues, self-confidence issues, political issues, etc… How I wish I was still in CSB to support him.

2. Facilitated Art Link Student Organization’s (ALSO) teambuilding.

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3. The other “he” was still mad at me, and it was a terrible feeling!

4. CCP and the Center for Pop Music called me at the same time and asked me for an interview. I was very excited, because finally, I’ll be having a job that I really like.

5. I passed the Graduate Studies exams in La Salle, Manila (Master of Arts in Teaching the English Language), but I didn’t push through because of my work in CCP.


1. August 5 was my first official day as an employee in CCP. I was very happy because out of so many applicants (some of them have years of experiences already), they chose me. I underwent a five-hour exam and a series of panel interviews, so I was so proud of it. I’m currently the Culture and Arts Officer II of the Music Division of the Performing Arts Department.

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2. La Salle asked me to teach English, but my work schedule in CCP didn’t allow me to! I was so regretful of it! :(


1. I had a fight with “him” for the 3rd time, because of the “paasa” issue. I didn’t know whose fault it is more, but all I know is that we both committed mistakes. The only difference we had was, I usually forgive more easily than he does. As of the moment, it was our worst fight ever. It came to a point when we finally talked (as to my request), and indirectly, he told me that I was replaced in his life and that he doesn’t care if he loses me, so my heart finally hardened. The love is still there of course, but I don’t think I will be the one to approach him first this time. I got tired, maybe!

2. After my dinner together with the other “he” who was mad at me, I thought everything would already be fine, until he saw me with someone who was the cause of our “big” fight. He “fired” me with painful text messages that almost made me give up on him. But then, I still value friendship, so I just asked God to help me survive all of these with patience. ‘Di ko s’ya papatulan! Ayoko na!

3. Became a member of the CCP Chorale

4. I got my first salary from CCP on September 10!!!

5. It was my first time to perform in the CCP’s Main Theater with the CCP Chorale, Christian Bautista, Jona Lumbera, and Dulce for the Civil Service Commission’s 105th Anniversary Celebration!

6. I’ll be going to Malaysia on December for a Chorale Competition! I’m excited!!!

7. May crush na ’ko sa CCP (‘di naman major one, kilig lang!). Ayoko muna magmahal uli!:)

I expect GREAT things to happen in the last three months of the year. This has been a year of mixed emotions… natuwa, na-flatter, nagalit, naluha, nainis, nagselos, nag-init ang ulo, kinilig, na-overwhelm, na-touch, na-depress, etc…. So many changes took place. It was hurting, yet something to draw a lesson from. No matter what, what’s important is that…

Someday, someone will ask me how I lived my life when I was still young. I know that I will be able to answer them this: "I have walked my journey, have fought the battle, and overcame my falls. I’ve kept my GOD, I've kept my faith… it is what’s left in ME."

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Watch Tabi-Tabi Po!!!

Jan. 30th, 2005 | 03:18 pm
mood: productive productive
music: Awit ni Dilim (hehe!:))

Ako rin ziggy and joriz, magma-market na rin a!:) hihi!:) Friends, this will be my first "serious" directorial job, so I hope you'll support me.. .:)

WHAT: Tabi-Tabi Po from Teatro Samahan
WHEN: February 18, 2005; 1 and 7 p.m.
WHERE: Augusto-Rosario Gonzalez Theater, De La Salle-College of St. Benilde

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110 Highlights of 2004

Jan. 1st, 2005 | 02:29 pm
mood: grateful grateful
music: Celebrate

I received a text from someone last night that goes something like this... "I DID SOMETHING VERY, VERY RELAXING AND SOUL-GRATIFYING... I COUNTED MY BLESSINGS..."

It inspired me to think of all the major highlights of my 2004...

To start 2005 right, it's a good way to count all the blessings that Jesus showered upon me during the previous year...

Here are 110 of them...

2004 Highlights:

1. Had my SOFA (Students on Financial Assistance) scholarship renewed and maintained it for the whole year
2. Conceptualized and implemented projects for ALSO (Art Link Student Organization) as its Vice President-Internal and trainer
3. Got a GPA of a perfect 4.0 for two consecutive terms
4. Immersed at Botolan, Zambales for 2 ½ days as part of the BESTMADE Leadership Program
5. Had become an effective Student Trainer, especially to our BESTMADE “anaks” (that was according to them) :)
6. Became part of the LS2K4 (Lasallian 2004)
7. Had been one of the factors why Donna and Dianne Cerzo and their family continued to attend in JCCM
8. Got a major role during the Crossroads Theater Festival as “Nestra” and was nominated as the Best Actress (it was my first time to do serious theater acting)
9. First time to go inside a motel with friends (for “wholesome” reasons, mind you!:))
10. Planned surprises for STRAINS’ birthdays that made them happy
11. Organized and hosted campus tours and theater programs in CSB
12. Acquired basic knowledge in Adobe Photoshop 7.0
13. Interviewed and evaluated orientor applicants for the FOP (Frosh Orientation Program)
14. Received nice gifts from my blockmates and a nice surprise from the STRAINS for my birthday (cake, Yellow Cab pizza c/o Rex, balloons, giant Smiley pillow)
15. Valiumeals (Nikki, Doe, Potchi, Sjoni, Glenn, Ruffie) was born!
16. Was given an offer by a Technical Theater student to act in her movie project as “Nestra” (wasn;t able to do it due to time constraints)
17. Had mastered making the PPF (Project proposal forms), OSA papers, and documentations (alas!)
18. Attended summer acting, dancing, voice for stage, and theater improvisation workshops under Dulaang Filipino
19. Composed and sang the jingle for a running councilor in Valenzuela
20. Had my OJT (On-the-job training) at the National Museum of the Philippines and at the CCP (Cultural Center of the Philippines)
21. Appointed to be part of the Student Involvement Unit’s Preparatory Team (SIU PrepTeam)
22. Was assigned to Head the FACES Dramatic Guild of JCCM
23. Had conducted acting and voice for stage workshops for the members of FACES Dramatic Guild
24. Became part of four ministries in the church namely FACES Dramatic Guild, Information Ministry, Music Ministry, and Light Club
25. Attended the Pre-PLANS and PLANS (Planning for Leaders and Artists Networking and Synergy) as an ALSO interim officer and as a member of the SIU PrepTeam
26. Had my 2nd and 3rd Friendster accounts (hehe!:))
27. Worked on a lot of sponsors for the FSN (Frosh Solidarity Night)
28. Composed and sang the ALSO jingle for promotion
29. Had a nice song and verse for Madz’s debut
30. Became the Season 3 Champion of Videoke Peeps (hehe!:))
31. Got one of the major parts (Narrator) when auditioned for Joseph and the Amazing Technicolored Dreamcoat (but didn’t continue for personal reasons)
32. Organized the activities for the very successful teambuilding of ALSO
33. First time to see the La Salle Museum and Hiraya Gallery (for art’s sake… :))
34. Made two scripts for FACES’ skits and presentations
35. Became the Programme Head for the ORDES (Organizational Restructuring, Direction Evaluation and Strategic Planning) Council and Leadership Conference
36. Had the opportunity to talk face-to-face with and introduce Che-che Lazaro during the ORDES Council
37. First time to go to the Dep Ed (Department of Education)
38. Had a nice description for the yearbook and a nice graduation picture
39. Had been nominated as the Most Outstanding Volunteer during the Gawad Sinag Tala
40. Was invited to numerous debut parties by BESTMADE and ALSO "anaks" (and always part of the 18's...:))
41. Had read John Maxwell books on Leadership (but haven’t finished them)
42. Ms. Dayang offered me a job (but there was a time conflict)
43. Had a special bonding with ALSO members right after the teambuilding
44. Had come across with “Chestnut” during the switching and had him as one of my closest friends
45. “Cherrie” became one of my official nicknames.
46. Stopped labeling anyone as my “Best Friend”
47. First time to experience organizing a silent art auction
48. Got close to Toby after a year of just ignoring him in OSA
49. Had numerous Sunday adventures (Baclaran, Dampa, Tutuban, Taft, Ayala Heights, Libertad, Seaside, etc.)
50. First time to eat at Dampa and Seaside
51. Got over Sjon and even had the guts to tell him about my feelings for him in the past
52. Received my 3rd plaque for being a consistent Dean’s Lister
53. Had numerous hosting jobs in and out of the school (and I had to do the scripts for most of them)
54. Had numerous invitations to sing in and out of the school
55. Became very close to many of the organizations’ and student government's officers and even with artist groups from OCA (Office of Culture and Arts)
56. Made an article for ALSO that was published at Inq7.net
57. Became one of CSB’s representative during Bro. Armin’s Investiture at DLSU-Manila)
58. Was able to watch the Madz’s (Madrigal Singers) Homecoming Concert for free c/o of CCP's Artistic Director, Tata Nanding
59. Had walked around the CCP Complex with Chestnut at 5:00 a.m. (adventure!:))
60. Was able to watch a lot of rehearsals in CCP (Ballet Philippines, Tanghalang Pilipino, etc.)
61. Got close to Zhellah and Mommy Yolly
62. Had a very cute inaanak in the name of Jorel (he looks as if he’s my son… kaya nga cute e!:)), who is our Pastors' son
63. Dedoi and I declare ourselves to be “Invisible Friends” (seldom sees each other, but trusts each other a lot).
64. The Chichay, Sheryl, Cherrie trio was born (love u gurlfrndz!:))
65. Had numerous sleepovers at Cha’s condo (saya!:))
66. Antel condo has been my second home (thanks Ninang!:))
67. Providence tower had been CSB’s extension at some point with my ViP (Videoke Peeps)friends
68. Became one of the special writers for Blueprint’s Blueroom Magazine
69. Had been seen on TV a couple of times (Wazzup2, TV Patrol, Myx) and even in Manila Bulletin for the Malacañang gift-giving (even had a pic w/ Mikaela Gloria Arroyo) :)
70. First time to go inside the Malacañang Palace
71. Had been to Star City again after a long time
72. Was able to watch two effective Filipino horror movies in a year (Feng Shui and Sigaw). thank God!
73. Went to Enchanted Kingdom, but it was closed (grrrr…)
74. Had a nice surprise for my Bes and Chestnut for their birthdays (they were really touched)
75. Was able to see my closest guy friends’ houses (Dadi Tobs and Chestnut)
76. First time to go to La Salle, Greenhills
77. Discovered Eden Band during Burx’s debut and had given them two school exposures for the year.
78. Start of Saturday movie days w/ ViP friends
79. Had my Photobucket account
80. Started to have my Livejournal account
81. Found a celfone in school and returned it to the owner on the same day
82. Myx with ALSO was ALSO’s project that really made me cry, yet became so successful (Test Drive CD was suddenly launched!) :) EHFAR!!! :)
83. Became the official host for almost all of CoPs Week’s events
84. First time to go to Vivere during Grace’s debut
85. Became part of Close-up Whattamouth’s events
86. Was asked by Papa E to perform for “Ang Paglalakbay ni Tao” – CSB’s entry to the National Theater Festival
87. Got one of the major roles in “Tao” as Tao’s Nanay and had experienced singing, dancing, and acting for theater
88. First time to perform in CCP for “Tao” and got a lot of nice comments
89. Became a SUN subscriber, because of 24/7
90. Was forced to buy 6210 for P 2, 300.00 for my SUN Sim
91. Became part of the opening of the National Theater Festival (and even made the participants’ ID’s as part of my OJT)
92. Worked on the revisions of the SAM (Student Activities Manual)
93. First time to eat at the Solomon Guest House, Bulalo King, and Ming’s
94. Got a 4.0 for both Pracre 1 and Pracre 2
95. Had a car accident with Steve, Cha and Alvin at the Mc Kinley Road on our way to Samsung fone launching (first time to make an affidavit)
96. “Operation Distansiya” made me cry, but everything came back to normal after 2 days.
97. Started getting close with my new cutie crush by the name of “Kobi” (actually, this is just my code name for him)
98. Start of EHFAR (Everything Happens For A Reason) statement and the recently "Pay It Forward"
99. First time to witness a live drama taping at DZRH for Manforc class
100. Received three awards during Tao’s cast party at Dencio’s Grill (Regine Velazquez Award, “Labandera” Award, and Best Singer Award)... hehe!:)
101. Became one of the organizers of the CSB Christmas Concert, and sang “Sana Ngayong Pasko” with my gurlfrndz (may mali, but we got away with it, diba Luigi? hehe!:))
102. Was commended by Dean Torres of SDA for my good voice during the concert (thanks!:))
103. Internet connection to Lola’s phone (mwahaha!!!:))
104. Ninang of Sas (Andrew and Noelle’s son)
105. First time to accompany a friend to the airport (gawd, he almost didn’t make it to his flight!)
106. Was supposed to host and sing in a wedding (Ate Marie’s), but didn’t make it
107. Was commended by Sir Toto for a job well done in my thesis
108. One of the nominees for Arts Management’s Best Thesis
109. Almost considered as officially graduate! :)
110. Was asked by OCA to direct a play for the next Crossroads Theater Festival and by Sir PJ to work on a prestigious event (think of Asia Pacific... wow!) :)

With the help of my Savior and Creator, may 2005 offer a lot more lessons, challenges, adventures, exposures, and accomplishments for me...:)

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"With a Caliber Like Yours"

Dec. 31st, 2004 | 01:59 am
mood: touched touched
music: To Love You More

Sir PJ: Nikki, when are you graduating?

Nikki: Sa February 19 na po kami mag-mamarch. Y po?

Sir PJ: Will u be busy during the 3rd term?

Nikki: I don't think so, except that we have to have a public presentation of our thesis. Aside from that, mukhang wala na po siguro. Y po?

Sir PJ: Kasi I wanna give you a project, a volunteer work. It's a prestigious one...

Nikki: Wow! Talaga po? Anong project po yan?

Sir PJ: I'll tell you when it's sure na! Basta prestigious. think of Asia Pacific...

Nikki: Wow! I'm getting excited. Thanks for the trust po. :)

Sir PJ: Okay. I think I'll be needing three more people WITH A CALIBER LIKE YOURS to help. You recommend.

Nikki: What skills do they need to possess po? I mean do they have to have good PR skills, good communication or writing skills? Para po alam ko who to recommend.

Sir PJ: I'm thinking of people who can devote time. Very meticulous about details. Good writing and people skills. Full of confidence.

(amin na lang 'yung the rest of the conversation... ) :)

Wala lang... I was just overwhelmed and touched na kahit pa-graduate na'ko, he still thought of me. And 'yung statement na WITH A CALIBER LIKE YOURS... wow, music to my ears!:) So he thinks i have good writing and people skills, as well as i'm also full of confidence? Wow! Thanks Dadi Peej!:) And the project he's talking about seems exciting. I'm having second thoughts tuloy re: directing a play for the Crossroads Theater Festival. Lord, please guide me on what to choose if ever both will push through. I won't decide by myself. I need YOUR guidance... :)

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My Top 5 Babies

Dec. 29th, 2004 | 01:19 pm
mood: gigil mode
music: Baby Now That I Found You (haha!:) )

I'm in a gigil mode today... gusto ko ng baby!!! :)

By the way, here are the pics of my five favorite babies... nakakagigil!!!:)

Top 5:

I call them BABY CHINESE(kasi chinese sila e...obviously!:)

Top 4:

This is BABY DJ (baby pa lang, maabilidad na... pero parang wala s'yang alam sa ginagawa n'ya)

Top 3:

The third one is BABY HIGH (o diba, parang high sa drugs?) hehe!:)

Top 2:

He is BABY CHINKY (chinky-eyed kasi). ayaw maging alkansiya ng mata.:)

Top 1:
Of course, kung may baby chinky, meron ding BABY CHONKY (para kasing high sa tsongki ang hitsura). haha!!!:)

Grabe, i love babiesss!!! :)

by the way, these pictures are courtesy of Chestnut and Marie (gf ni Marwyn)!:)

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40 Questions to Answer...

Dec. 29th, 2004 | 02:28 am
mood: groggy groggy
music: Reflection

After getting used to being a nocturnal person after those "thesis cramming" weeks, it seemed like I acquired insomnia na yata, so to get myself to sleep, i'll just answer these 40 questions that i found in my sister's documents:

1. Name: dominique rey hipolito dionisio (yes, you've read it right, rey hipolito po ang middle name ko... kakaiba 'no?)
2. Were you named after anyone? a spanish movie actress daw according to my mom
3. Do you wish on stars? no, 'coz i believe that prayers are more powerful
4. Which finger is your favourite? 'Yung maliit, particularly 'yung nasa right, kasi parang small Vigan longganisa... haha!:)
5. When did you last cry? mga 2 days ago, when i suddenly missed HIM...
6. Do you like your handwriting? not that much
7. Who is your favourite lunchmate? it depends kung nasa'n ako... sa haus, my sis kasi we could share our love stories to each other or my dad, 'coz i get to hear inspiring stories and leadership tips... sa CSB, SIO peeps of course!:)
8. Any bad habits? nail biting
9. What is your most embarrassing CD on the shelf? ummm, Forbidden Sin... u familiar w/ that? (hihi!:))
10. If you were another person, would you be friends WITH you? Of course! Saya kasama si Nikki! kulit, cute pa! conceited? :)
11. Are you a daredevil? Dare? oo devil? Nope angel ako eh… hehehe, minsan to some extent
12. Have you ever told a secret you swore not to tell? Yes, pero may valid reason... i just forgot what is it. usually, yung crushes ng friends ko na crush-crushan lang naman! hehe!:)
14. Have you ever misused a word and it sounded absolutely stupid? I'm sure meron, but i forgot na rin kung ano.
15. Do you think there is a pot of gold at the end of the rainbow? naku wala! kalokohan! :)
16. Do fish have feelings? Meron..cguro, they feel fishy... hehe!:) baka si nemo meron! seriously, i don't think so!
17. Are you trendy? Judge me! (slum book ba ito?) :)
18. How do you release anger? walk-out, cry, then minsan 'pag sobra na, namemersonal ako!
19. Where are your second homes? Sa Church(JCCM), OSA, SIO (ALSO cubicle), Antel condo, Cha's condo. :)
20. Do you trust others easily? Soemtimes, I have the tendency to do that
21. What was your favourite toy as a child? Tea sets, then kukuha kami ng sis ko ng dahon at lupa para may kunwaring food :)
22. What class in school do you think is totally useless? ROTC (thank God I'm a girl, i don't have to undergo that)
24. Have you ever been on radio or television? Many times... sa Sarap TV, Myx, MTV, Wazzup2, TV Patrol, New year special, etc... taray... sikat?:)
25. Do you have a journal? Obvious ba? pero aside from LJ, yup i have one before
26. Do you use sarcasm a lot? i seldom do, 'coz as much as possible, i don't wanna hurt others' feelings
28. What do you look for in a guy/girl? may vision, may leadership, bibo, sensitive, expressive, full of surprises
29. Your nickname? Nikki, Nix, Cherrie :)
30. Would you bunjee? Kung kayakap ko SIYA, why not? hehe :)
31. Do you untie your shoes when you take them off? yup...kung may shoe lace... hehe!:)
32. What are you worried about right now? Love life, kasi i'm confused if i'll gonna push through with what i feel or let go of HIM na...:(
33. Do you ever wear overalls? not anymore after i turned 13 yrs. old
34. Do you think that you are strong? At times, except for some instances na nasasaktan sa love life... pero sabi nila toughie pa rin!
35. What's your favorite ice cream flavor?Cheese
36. What's your favorite color? fuschia and powder blue
37. What is your least fav. thing in the world? mga kalat sa bahay!!!
38. Are you in love w/ anyone? I think so... but I'm not yet sure actually
39. How many people have a crush on you right now? naku mahirap nang magsalita, pero meron akong kilala! yes, mag-assume ba? hehe :)
40. Who do you miss most right now? si Chestnut... layo kasi n'ya... and i miss our sensible conversations and adventures!

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Another "Bonding" Day with Friends...

Dec. 28th, 2004 | 01:38 am
mood: sleepy sleepy
music: It's All Coming Back

i met valiumeals (glenni, doe, ruffie, potch, absent: sjoni--> may sakit s'ya... get well sjoni!) at G4 today to, as usual, bond!:) we had our lunch at friday's, and pambili na sana ng 1 blouse 'yung pinangkain namin, pero okay lang, super full naman after and paminsan-minsan lang naman. we made a wish list and nagbunutan kami for our post-christmas and post-new year exchange gift for our party on jan. 8. (with a 500 budget)


we helped glenn sell movie tickets (from citibank), so we seemed like scalpers at G4. but in fairness, i proved myself to be somehow persuasive, 'coz i was able to sell more than 15 tickets... hmmm... may future kaya ako sa business na ganito? hehe!:)

glenn and potch had to leave na for work, so only doe, ruffie and i watched SIGAW starring richard gutierrez and angel locsin. gosh... mapapasigaw ka talaga! ka-level ng feng shui... effective promise! i don't wanna tell the story muna, pero highly recommended for those who don't wanna sleep at night sa takot... haha!:)

we met sir pj, marc, pio, and toby after the movie. the former three wanted to watch SIGAW, so only toby and i watched HAPPY TOGETHER starring kris aquino and eric quizon. SRO (standing room only) na, so para kaming beggars ni toby na nakaupo sa pinakasulok na lapag ng cinema. buti carpeted, malinis, and comfortable naman kami (adventure nga e!). it wasn't that fantastic, but it's funny!:) i like the part when they grew old na, then kris told eric, "maybe we were secret lovers..."! i thought of some close guy friends... maybe, even w/o the romance and intimacy between us, secret lovers din kami... who knows?

we met chachi after watching. sir pj, pio, and marc watched ENTENG KABISOTE at greenbelt, while toby, chachi, and i ate at food choices, bonded at starbucks, then played at timezone. laugh trip si dadi tobs, ngayon lang namin s'ya nakitang gano'ng kabata... timezone pala ang weakness at bisyo n'ya! hehe!:) panalo 'yung "bangka-bangkaan" experience namin sa timezone, naiyak talaga kami sa tawa!:) dami ring nagastos ni toby sa dami ng nilaro namin, but they're all worth it, 'coz it made our night though we were a bit sleepy na!:)

i rode the taxi to go home from G4 to caloocan, which cost me P 180.00.... medyo ang sakit sa bulsa, pero okay lang... 'di naman lagi! reward ko lang for myself!:)

it was another bonding day with friends...:)

P.S. someone (a friend) makes me feel inferior... sometimes, i don't wanna be with that "friend", 'coz unlike my other friends, s'ya 'yung parang walang bilib sa'kin... nakakalungkot, pero naisip ko, bakit ba 'ko papaapekto, e isa lang naman s'ya? marami naman silang bilib sa kakayahan ko... pero nakakalungkot lang! :(

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