Wednesday, November 8, 2017

Way to go...

Sometimes I tend to be catatonic, bored, and lost from nowhere. But it doesn't merit that I am deranged.

What I am experiencing, maybe typical, for a man in his' midlife.

The thing is, I am in race against time, my mind dictates to run fast, and win the fight. However, my body getting hostile with what my mind dictates.

From being robust, my body likened now to an overused machine, dysfunctional and needs overhauling I guess, to be right on tune, to get a little bit alignment until the good fight ends.

Let us see how far I can still run or maybe walk, and deal fairly with what fate needs me to accomplish still!

Tuesday, October 20, 2015

Where Am I Heading to?

I wish I am still the same throughout these years, younger, slimmer, and poorer.

My job compensates my hardships but in the process I think killing me softly. As of late, I just realized that from barely 60 kg in weight, I am almost 80 kg (this is so gross), and I have shortness in breathing, and I am easily tired. This is because of so much STRESS at work.

Gone were the simple days of my life, why it became complicated I am clueless and I would literally get it back again.

I have so many pre-occupations, thoughts that really make my senses paralyzed in a given time. And the ones that linger, I know my health is not stable and I need someone to rescue me. I need a break, I need a breather, and I think I just need a few weeks holidays.

Or shall I leave my job for good, a well-paid job that a dozen at least waiting to replace me in the position, and instead opt to being an obscure entrepreneur somewhere in the Pacific? So help me God! 

Monday, September 15, 2014

Finding My Way Back

Life is indeed a journey.

I've been a way for sometime.

The months I was on a hiatus I traveled a lot; the Philippines, Hongkong, Singapore, Japan, India, the United Kingdom, the United States, Qatar, the United Arab Emirates, Bahrain, and counting.

I aged fast as days flown swiftly. I have now countless strand of gray hairs, my strong body getting weaker, I am in my midlife, I supposed. My two sons are fast growing-up, and my lovely wife, though adding age as well but alas, getting lovelier each day!

I am doing good with my jobs, two of them, the on in Food Industry is a challenging one, it's okay though a good learning experience in the process. I need to keep both of these jobs due to high demand on financial sustenance, especially amortizations to settle every end of the month (too many of them to name).

As of late, I can't help myself thinking of the endless possibility of making it BIG somewhere out there...I hope to wake up one day more daring and bold for me to face the challenge of putting my own business.

But wait, shouldn't I be thankful, to find my way back of blogging again?

Thursday, February 28, 2013


This blog is fast aging...

Due to work loads that keep on filing-up day in and day out, even a once a week--I can't just post a short blog, shame on me.

As of late...oh my second son Thaddeus James (the baby boy below) is growing so fast, he is turning 6 months tomorrow. While John Matthew (my eldest son, they are only 2, both boys) is finishing grade 2 in the primary school.

Lately, a lot of things are kind of spinning uncontrollably, so are my expenses. I hate myself for being an impulsive buyer. Got a new SUV, a Mitsubishi Adventure. Can you blame me if I wasn't able to resist the temptation to spend money on this..?

Friday, October 19, 2012

My two boys, and counting...

Thaddeus James (TJ)
Truly, we had once again the feeling of immeasurable happiness when Thaddeus James "TJ" came into this world by cesarean section delivery last September 1, 2012.

TJ became my second son, the first one and the eldest is John Matthew "Yuan," born on August 9, 2005. He is now on the second grade at a primary school.

John Matthew "Yuan"
I am blessed of (2) handsome boys. Do I have to say, we still need another baby, maybe it would be a baby girl so that my ever dearest wife will have her prayers finally realized.

Wednesday, August 22, 2012

The blog I left behind

Sometimes I really need to drift off for me to realize the importance of the ones I left behind. This picture in one of the awesome park beaches near the Royal Commission in Jubail Industrial Area, at the southern part of Saudi Arabia, manifested the gut feeling I had recently of abandoning some of the things that I loved, for reason that I could not just focus even doing them one at a time. Isn't a stunning view, so serene and peaceful but you would always end up in awe. 

It's been a while since I posted a quite emotional story on the untimely demise of my younger brother, and that time on, my friends were always asking for me to keep on blogging. They really would like me to blog personal views or experiences. But I stopped from there lest familiarity breeds contempt. But blogging would always be as beautiful as the sunset below. 

Regret to note that some of my friends are patiently waiting for my next post and I feel very much indebted.

And maybe...the advent of my second child (after seven years from our first born, Yuan) is due for delivery in the next few days, and how my wife and I very much thankful to the Almighty God for our second born.

Thanks for always being there...let us see then where would I go again after this post.