“I feel it in my fingers, I feel it in my toes.” There you have it! That’s the song that’s been playing non stop in my head. Add to that Martina McBride serenading, ” You’re all I need, My love, My Valentine.” Ay Qaramba! If only I could find the pause button to my brainy media player. Is this really how it’s supposed to feel?
And since the other day, I’ve already written seven pages of poetry. Pretty impressive! I haven’t done that for quite a long time. I hope I don’t sound like I’m complaining, cause I’m not. All this just feels weird, that’s all!
Love has taken away my practices,
And filled me with poetry,
I tried to keep quietly repeating,
But couldn’t, for I have no strength.
I saw you once and felt redeemed.
Redemption, more beautiful than existence.
And when finally I have you,
Realization came to memory,
That all this time,
I’ve been searching blindly,
We’re in each other all along…
Then here’s all these random questions from Cee-Cee and Ken. Did you get swept out of your feet? Did you feel tingly? Were you on cloud nine? Was it an explosion inside? What is up with all these questions and cliches? Oh, but wait till you hear my mothers inquisition — How is he in bed? Forgive me for even mentioning this, but I just find it both surprising and funny. I’ve only known Ted for a couple weeks and she’s already chewing on the fact that I may have already slept with him.
Oh my golly! My own mother thinks I’m slut. Oh, please forgive me for using that expression. I just thought that the word harlot or cheap is not promiscuous enough. Hahahah! I know my Mom can be blunt, but not this brusquely candid! Although to be honest, I probably wouldn’t mind answering her query given that I’m drunk, wastedly drunk!
This tag is courtesy of Weng. I have to list down 6 songs that takes me down memory lane. Hmmm, let’s see! Am I ready to embarrass myself more, Hahahah. Anyhow, here’s more reason for people to laugh at me. What can I say, jologs ako!
Please Be Good To Me. Like my good friend, Weng. I, too was a huge fan of this Puerto Rican boy band. I was going crazy over Charlie Masso and Ricky Martin. I remember begging my Dad to buy me concert tickets and cassette tapes in exchange for good grades and doing household chores. Hahaha! I know, I sound desperate. But those were the days, the embarrassing ones. When you’d see me by the radio, singing along with the group. Songs like Hold Me and If You’re Not Here. Hahaha!
Hiram by Zsa Zsa Padilla. This was the time na di pa ako inis kay Zsa Zsa! I remember singing this song on a talent show at school, way back elementary. I didn’t want to, but Mom pushed me. Fortunately, I won second place.
Strangers Again. If my memory serves me right, these song was playing on the radio as I cried over my heart being torn to pieces — first love eh! So when I hear it again, even now, (and even downloaded it to my Ipod, what was I thinking?) I am reminded of not just the pain, but the joy of being in love for the very first time. Ayayay!
Because You Love Me. I admit it, I’m totally baduy! It’s our theme song, my first boyfriend and I. That ended six months after, why? Cause my mother found out about it. Patay kang bakla ka! It’s funny how couples have theme songs, young and old. Kaya kayo dyan, umamin na!
Home To Stay. I didn’t know about this Josh Groban song till my ex-boyfriend left me for another guy couple years ago. I was playing with my sisters MP3 player, when this song played and felt that the lyrics were drawn from the emotions I was feeling at that time. Eventually, I moved on; but the song still lingers in my head. Madrama ang buhay ko, ever!
When You Say You Love Me. Another Josh Groban song that sings to my heart at present naman. The song goes, “When you say you love, the world goes still. When you say you love me, in the moment I know I am alive!” Forgive me for being so melodramatic, puro love love love. But that’s how my life has always been, madrama!