Blabber Chapter: September, September…

It felt like the start of the month just yesterday. Now, we are midway done with the month. Where did all those days go?

For some reason, I find this year to have gone by in a weird manner. Some days went by so fast, some days were too slow. And without realizing it, here we are, the first of the BER months. We’re still about 3 months away from Christmas and yet radio stations are already playing Christmas songs, even malls blast Christmas songs through their sound systems. Christmas decors are now being sold everywhere. Early Christmas shopping sales are being promoted, too. Well, too bad I don’t have the budget for an early Christmas shopping just yet. Priorities, priorities. Need to stop myself from impulsive spending. *sigh*


Cough and colds are back. 🙁 I think I might go visit the doctor for an antibiotic prescription now. I think this is due to the weather nowadays. The weather has been quite erratic lately – rainy, sunny, cloudy, stormy – and it’s hard to say if it’s going to be sunny in the next couple of days because even if forecasts would say it would be, the forecast suddenly changes the day before. It wasn’t like years ago when more or less, the forecast for the next 3 days are pretty much accurate. Climate change then? Maybe.


It’s been 4 months since we went home to the mountain city. And this is the longest stay of Z here in the big metro so far. It looks like he’s pretty much adjusted to the big metro life. Well, he’s not really a fussy kid. He’s just like any other kid who’s got mood swings every now and then.

Anyway, we’re going home for a short vacation next month. Spend some time with the family, meet with friends probably. It will be my Dad’s 4th year death anniversary as well. Don’t get me started on that just yet, otherwise, I will be crying buckets until I fall asleep again. But it will be good to be with family as we remember Dad.


Work. O.M.G. Work. Too much stress and tension at work nowadays. A lot has been going on lately and it seems that we’re all anxious with all of it. But then I can’t really talk much about that here. So, I’ll let things be. It’s going to be a sit-back-relax-or-not-but-wait-there’s-more-another-shoe-is-about-drop kind of moment. It just makes you want to sing that Greenday song “Wake Me Up When September Ends”. LOL!


I just got the photos of Z’s birthday party this week. It’s been sent by my brother since my sister’s having trouble with her internet connection. Looks great. 🙂 I’ll be posting some of those photos soon, along with a review of the birthday event. 🙂


It’s already 2:19AM on my side of the world. I’ve finished eating a bowl of instant noodles with egg (though I shouldn’t be eating at this time already since I am about to sleep anyway. As they say, you shouldn’t be eating 3-4 hours [is it?] before bed), I have run through my Facebook newsfeed (and I can only shake my head on what’s trending now), browsed through my personal email, unboxed the product samples that arrived today (whoopee! I can scratch fabric conditioner from my grocery list for the rest of the month 🙂 ) and here I am, trying to unload my mind on this post.

Hey, I just remembered. You guys watched Train to Busan? Howcome Korean zombies run faster compared to American zombies? Have you noticed? Another thing – they infected others by biting people on the neck. Hmm, vampire hybrids? LOL! They also seem a lot more hyper than their American counterparts. Haha! Well, I enjoyed the movie. It actually gave me a good laugh.


Okay, I am ending this before I start on a lot of topics again and bore you to sleep. So, good night, my readers. I promise, the next posts will be a lot better. I’m still trying to edit photos and drafting the posts. Hopefully, I’ll have stories to share with you by this weekend.


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