Thursday, May 31, 2012

I was looking a while ago for something that I have misplaced when I found this at the deepest part of my upper closet. It's my worn-looking-but-still-functioning 7 year old extra phone (sorry for the photo, i know it's too cheesy. Lol. Lately, my phone made me lazy to use my camera. Lol. And I can't use the other laptop that has all of my photoshop resources because my mom is using it for 24/7. *wide eyed* ). Lots of old memories instantly came crashing on me. Silly that I bought this for only one reason: so I could've the same phone as my first love. Yeeees! You read it right! I wanted to remember that one person every time. It was the closest thing to my heart before. Just like any teenager, I was in love. But unfortunately, that person broke my heart 7 years ago. Now that I looked back on it, I realized that that love was the hardest to get over. I was depressed, full of longing and in deep pain for a year albeit it was like a puppy love for heaven's sake! The most awkward relationship ever (well, it's not like i had a lot of relationship before). Hahaha. We didn't even kissed! Hahaha. Ohh gone were those innocent days. Hahaha. *laughs at myself* Why am I saying this? Ha! First love really is hard to get over. *pause* .. At least the phone did not wither unlike the love we once had.

P.S.: Why am I posting this? I sound like a hopeless romantic lass .. which is true. Hahaha.

P.S.S.: Okay, i'm writing this at 2:53 AM. I know it's late but Dad bought us a half gallon of cookies and cream ice cream. He knew I was sick again!! No fair! And I swear that man is planning to make us all fat. Hahaha. You know we love you. :)

Currently reading: The fault in our stars by John Green

Sometimes it's okay to look back just to remind yourself how stronger you are now than you were before.

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