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As I was browsing through the latest GQ magazine, I came across this car. It was instantaneously when I fell in love. Now, I don’t know anything about cars. At most, knowing how to change a tire is probably the extent to my knowledge in anything car related. However, what I do know is that I really want this car.

I am in no rush to buy this car, but I will make it a goal when I hit thirty. If I am not married by that time, then I will treat myself to a nice a car. On the other hand, if I am married by thirty, then I will buy a house.

If providence is on my side, and I do extremely well with my investments, I can buy both. :)

I was coming home late from work when I got her text message, “Hey! Did you have dinner?” I worked 6 hours overtime, and I had another long day ahead of me. The only plan that I had in mind was getting myself to bed and calling it a night. However, it has been a while since I last saw her, especially with the constant traveling with work, I rarely have time for anything. Therefore, I figured that the 53-minute drive to her place, and seeing her for a few hours couldn’t hurt. 

As I drove upstate, my mind started to distort. I couldn’t differentiate reality from what was illusory.  Why am I driving? Where am I driving to? Why did she text me?

In that moment where I brought myself back to surface, I found myself in front of her house. My mind, however, was still not at ease. In an effort to regain my composure, I had to tell myself- I am here, I am going to see her, I should be happy.

I reached into my pocket for my phone, and searched for her text message. I skimmed through my inbox, only to discover that her text message was never there to begin with. The house that I stood in front of was not hers, whereas she lived in another country. It was then I realized, I was dreaming.

I woke up. 

The World Outside the Small Town

It is about 10 PM as I am writing this, and I cannot express how satisfied I am with my current lifestyle. When I was in High School, I always sought for adventure. I was never the bold type of guy that would jump out of a plane and claim that as an adventure; that’s just crazy.

I grew up in a small town, in which everyone knew me and vice versa. Every day would be the same- I would go to school and see the same people, hangout with the same friends and do the same things, attend Sunday mass with the same church-goers, and the week would then repeat itself. It was that constant pattern that fueled my curiosity with the life outside of my hometown.

It’s funny, when I was 21 years old, my notion of adventure was bar-hopping. Now every other week I would always find myself in a new city. I am not sure how many hotel room keys I have collected throughout my tenure with my company, but I am positive it is close to exceeding the number of Pokemon cards I had when I was child. 
Looking out the window, I see a scenery that satisfies me. However, there is a still piece of me that wants more. I once sought to explore the world, now I wish to take it. The only thing preventing me from achieving that goal is that man in the mirror, the reflection that stands before me of that glass window.
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I’m done fuckin’ around. It’s time to take the world. 

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2013 Year End Blog- The Uncrowned King

No bishop, no king…
Five years from today, I was convinced that I had a lucid understanding of what I wanted in life. The so-called verbal contract that I made with myself, “becoming a doctor and contributing back to society” was something I initially believed to be my life’s calling, but in actuality, it was a meager attempt to solidify the notion of me being an adult.

I never wanted to be a doctor. In fact, the profession was third on my list; under business being first, and law in second. When I told everyone, “I enjoy helping people, but I believe the best way to help someone is taking part in saving their lives" was a ruse to cover up the fact that I was pursuing the career solely for the money. 

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I’ll keep it preppy today. #ootd #menswear #clothes #style #fashion

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Message from the Blogger


As you noticed, I have not blogged much within the past two years. I have been quite occupied with life, and to be quite frank, there has not been any exciting occurrences that was worth sharing. 

Nonetheless, I want to give my sincere appreciation to my loyal followers. I apologize for the lack of content, but I will do my best to post one or two blogs a month. 

(There a lot of you that I would like to know on a personal level, if you feel the same, message me your e-mail address.)


girlslikemenwhodresswell asked: Did ya puke? Lol

I puked as soon as I got back to my hotel room. I ordered room service and two bottles of gatorade. The whole time I was there, they made me drink. LOL I was so sick that weekend when I got home.

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