just a penny

enjoy every moment spending time with the people that matter most to you. you’ll never know when it will all end. for life has its unjust way of separating your paths and turning your world upside-down. the moment you reach the turning point of your journey, the more you become vulnerable to the demented side of the world. so when everything suddenly changes, you’re caught off-guard; which makes things even worse. but when the connection is strong, and the relationship you’ve built and maintained stays adamant to the trying times of hardship and loss, you know you’ve made it; and the bond of friendship becomes tighter than it ever was. you may have different roads to take in life, friends may meet old and new people alike; but as long as you keep each other’s memory alive and burning, you’ll surely remain unbreakable.

PS: i’m not unhappy. this is just an entry originally written in my CWTS(a subject) journal which is also in my ‘Drafts’ folder for some time. was waiting for a moment, when the rest of the blogging world is dispirited, to publish it coz i know this isn’t the right time. but i can’t say i was forced either. di ba mia? hehe… anyways, happy new year pa rin uli!!!

posted Monday, 3 January 2005


amia made this comment,
aww.. huhuhu. LOL (labo ng reaction, halo-halo haha).ehem, forced? lol.happy new year din!
comment added :: 3rd January 2005, 17:19 GMT+08
nicole made this comment,
hi ed! that’s right memories (may it be good or bad) is what keeps us all sane šŸ˜€ happy new year!!take care
comment added :: 4th January 2005, 02:41 GMT+08
ravissant made this comment,
very well-written, ed! I’m very proud to have stayed in touch w/ true friends that are spanning from 24 years or so. parang part ng familia na rin sila. happy new year to you too! i wish you happiness, & much luck this year & the ff, yrs. to come. take care!
comment added :: 4th January 2005, 05:23 GMT+08
Nix made this comment,
lol. am I such a nasty little girl that somehow, they dont want to keep in touch with me? dunno, just a thought.
comment added :: 4th January 2005, 13:08 GMT+08
A visitor made this comment,
memories keep humans alive. :Ddrei
comment added :: 4th January 2005, 13:39 GMT+08
Shawty made this comment,
i somehow drifted from the path i thought ill always be going along but then it was the memories and seldom keeping intouch made me survive the new path i took..cheers sa mga sigeg balhin balhin!!! hahahaha
happy new year ed
comment added :: 6th January 2005, 11:41 GMT+08
CNBGirl made this comment,
naks… šŸ™‚
comment added :: 6th January 2005, 14:51 GMT+08
A visitor made this comment,
going separate ways doesn’t mean forgetting. it’s really the bond that has been built throughout the years that makes a friendship strong.Paul
comment added :: 6th January 2005, 19:55 GMT+08
A visitor made this comment,
hapi 3 kings! very well written piece. almost poetic tho serious. well, people grow and change so the relationship should adjust accordingly. still, there are friends who, even with years and miles between them, can still connect as if they last met yesterday. and now, we also have virtual friends who we never meet but share a lot with. :)crunchies
comment added :: 7th January 2005, 20:39 GMT+08
A visitor made this comment,
amia: LoL ;pnicole: thanks! =) happy new year too! gud luck sa mga resolutions mo!ravissant: wow 24 years! who wouldn’t be proud? thanks too! i need all the luck i can get. :lnix: busy siguro. but at least not all. =)drei: true, it’s what inspires us, whether it be wonderful or tragic. that’s life after all.shawty: tagay na ta! hehecnb: nnnnnnnaks!lol thanks!paul: big bro! sure glad they didn’t forget me. :-)crunchies: salamat! virtual friends also rock coz they’re only a click away to consoling you (although that’s not only the purpose). it’s where i found a sense of connection i never thought existed in me.ed
comment added :: 10th January 2005, 06:21 GMT+08

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