Thursday, July 4, 2019

Midweek


I have no intentions of blogging today. But I arrived home early and not in the mood to exercise or have my usual quick run. I felt the urge to blog because I'm feeling restless. I'm overpowered with thoughts and worries. 


A few minutes ago, I was browsing the gallery of my mobile phone. I wanted to delete photos and videos that were consuming my phone's storage space. I later realized, the photos were more than enough to summarize my life over the past months. My phone's gallery provides a quick recall of everything. 

The unplanned mall and food trips with my cousins, trip to Binondo because it was Chinese New Year, annual reporting at the work, my Kill Bill inspired Onitsuka Tiger sneakers and all the sneakers I owned, all the samgyeopsal I ate, Valentine's Date with my girlfriends, first time to see a Tous teddy bear bangle, the event where I successfully invited Vice President Leni Robredo, trip to Burrow Cafe, random meet up with my friend T, snippets of weekend jogging at the riverbanks, Visita Iglesia with my cousins,  most awaited graduation of my students from the Economics program, touring friends in Marikina, consoling a friend who underwent another heartache, nanay's 70th birthday, birthday surprises for friends, farewell party and the additional responsibility I never expected

If the photos were reports or actual time series data from work, I can more or less decipher signs of an upcoming movement. I could have predicted where I will be now. But they are just photos depicting the happiest memories and I guess, I have to leave it that way. I always wish I had it all figured out. But life works in a different and the most surprising way.

I can't anymore imagine where will life take me on the succeeding months. 

1 comment:

  1. That is a lot of events documented in your photos on your phone, you have been busy and lots of the events sound like fun.

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