[Film: Set It Up (2018)] Love, and growing up

"You're not hard to get at all. You're hard to earn. It's so much better." Title: Set It Up Directed by: Claire Scanlon Screenplay by: Katie Silberman A lot of us have been disillusioned by the rom-com genre, particularly the Filipino audience. We have been fed a steady diet of love-team films and we've accused …

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this must be the place.

What a weird thing to admit, but, here I go - I generally dislike running into people I know on the road. I find the whole bit taxing, the thinking of a general topic, the I haven't seen you in a while? What do you do now? They tell me something about working in insurance or banking …

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stable and steadfast

I'm sitting here, a bit speechless, knowing that a lot of my years have been pointing to this, right here; that this was already planned even before I knelt in front of Jesus and gave Him my life, right here; this is where He wants me. In full-time ministry. It only fully sank in when …

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here’s to the dreamers

My wildest dream came true today. There are a million things to unpack from this whole experience, and by no means am I able to do that today nor in this blog post. I am drowning in gratefulness, in positive disbelief, in joy. Can you imagine? God's goodness turned my anxiety into achievement,  my depression into …

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february – to create, disintegrate

Oh, February. You lasted for like, 3 days. I didn't expect the thrust of this month to be towards creating; but it was. I've been writing everyday, working on different things - a commissioned documentary, several radio scripts for school, essays, several lay-out stuff for church - as I rattle all these to you I …

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Life this week (January 1-7)

To sum it in a few words - celebration, new year, leaving, throwing things, class, insecurity pangs, tears to "open the eyes of my heart, Lord" I am incredibly blessed. I ended 2017 and began 2018 right where I wanted to; in Caloocan, surrounded by family, in the blissful hum and quiet of domestic life. …

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