Probably not even you.
This morning I was able to jump over a 3 1/2-foot-tall obstacle. I never thought I could do that.
Which made me wonder: what else can I possibly do that I haven’t done yet? I know jumping over something isn’t gonna feed the hungry or cure the sick, but the point is, people shouldn’t put a limit on what they can do.
You’ll never know until you try.
Kelangan ba talaga
Pag sweldo ay nakuha
Trapik tuloy sa EDSA
Just this afternoon, about 3:25, someone from the MRT asked passengers to get out of the train at Buendia station (northbound) because of some technical problem.
It’s not my first time to experience it, but it’s still annoying.
The video above shows passengers waiting for the next train, and the empty train that had malfunctioned.
I won’t be a great basketball player like LeBron James, but at least I can wear shoes that bear his name:
Don’t we have the same facial expression?
That’s me eons ago, but the pictures make me feel that when I was a kid, I was destined to have a dog like her at some point in the future.
Today marks her first death anniversary. It’s been a year but sometimes, I still mention her name… out loud. Her death left a gaping hole in my heart.
I kinda feel jealous whenever I see someone walking his or her dog. How I wish I had walked my dog more often, because she really liked it.
The most memorable thing I’ve learned from this self-paced online management course is that management is not the same as leadership.
Okay, I’m not athletic, so I consider being able to touch a basketball backboard a big achievement.
I’ve been trying to do that for a long time, but in all of my previous attempts, the tip of my middle finger only touched the air beneath the backboard. I felt, and most likely also looked, like a total idiot.
But today, I was pleasantly surprised when all of a sudden, my finger touched the backboard. I tried again and again. Sometimes I made it, sometimes I didn’t.
I’m wondering what kind of jump works, and what doesn’t.
Anyway, for now, I will savor this “milestone.”