Wednesday, January 14
Not to mention that I naturally am more emotional at the start of a new year; reflections about what happened or, what I did in the past year. Achievements? And then there's laying out goals and plans for the new year. Trying to dream again. Wishing and praying that things and relationships will be better. More in touch with the inner me. Are you like that when the new year comes?
If you're a personal friend of mine, you might not see me sulking. I'm not a hypocrite either. But I'm able to face the world like there's no struggle inside. With prayers. News come and the emotions come and go. Here comes the new year again...and the previous situation's not getting to a better light. And then, what's harder in life than to lose some loved ones?
But this new year, I realized that there's nothing I can do about it. But decide. Decide to not think about what I THINK, what I FEEL. Because in chaos or confusion, God is sovereign. Decide to be weak. Coz when I'm weak, God gives me grace to do His will. Decide to just think about JESUS. Because my delight is in Him.
This song gives me more faith that things will be better in His time.
Thursday, January 8
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The Rapunzel segment is the highlight of the show. They used dialogue clips from the Tangled movie which was impressive coz they're able to summarize the whole movie in a 30-min. (if I'm correct) act. I was using an iPad. Plus a slow shutter, that's me. The princess had already gone down from being raised up or has changed position before I could even press the button, haist. Photos with the lanterns were taken from the video that I took. These photos don't tell the awesomeness of the acts, especially in "Rapunzel." The acts with Flynn/Eugene and Rapunzel swing with the ribbons up in the air were really amazing. It's like watching circus for a time there.
I love "Tangled" and have watched it a number of times. I cried every time I watched it. And during this show, I cried at the lanterns scene, again. Will post some videos soon.
After the show....
There's a "Meet and Greet" after the show but too bad I didn't find the area in time, they closed the door already. We saw two peops from the audience dressed as Rapunzel and (Wreck-It) Ralph having their pics taken so we requested for pics with them instead.
Thanks Magnolia Chocolait! Til next time!
Thursday, January 1
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Tuesday, November 4
I didn't realize there are lots of kids in the village.
|at the white house|
Lesson learned: don't join two Trick or Treat events in one day unless you want to get sore leg muscles and aching soles again.
But bottom line, the bugoys are happy. They get to pick treats from the lootbags every now and then.