13 March 2012

Just Reminiscing!

If we didn't fight, we could have spent almost 3 years of friendship now.
If we didn't argue, we could have been good friends still.
But everything's shattered.

You hurt me.
You left me.
You never explained yourself to me.
You told me I've swallowed a bitter pill making you turn your way against me 360 degrees.

The Queen's Meme #112 ~ The Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner Meme

Welcome to The Queen's Meme #112
7 Royal Questions on Tuesday

Warning: This meme may make you hungry. It's all about our favorite time of the day: mealtime. Take a bite of this appetizing meme. Please pass the salt.



1. Breakfast literally means "breaking the fast" of the night. What is your favorite cereal? ***Quaker Oats Cereals - Chocolate Flavor ;)

2. Brunch is typically eaten between breakfast and lunch. When is the last time you brunched? ***Last brunch happened exactly today. No plans of eating lunch now that it's lunchtime ;)


3. In the castle we call it luncheon. The prisoners downstairs in the dungeon call it horrible lunch. Do you eat lunch at the same time everyday? What is your favorite sandwich? ***Tuna Sandwich

4. What is the difference between dinner and supper? ***Dinner is the latest term these days while supper was the term used on the early days. That's how I think is the difference, Lol. Hope I make sense. ;)

5. What time do you generally "take tea" in your abode? ***Before bedtime.

6. A "cuisine" is typically influenced by and named after geographical regions and cultures. Pretend your blog is a country. What is the name of your cuisine? ***Mine would certainly be named as Dabawenya Cuisine ;)

7. This is a good food display from the National Institute of Health and Human Services. What is the one healthy food item below that is lacking in your diet? ***Everything that's NUTS! So "Bawal".

Hanggang May Kailanman



I first heard of this when this became the theme song of a Korean series dubbed in Filipino a few years back. Never really get to witness the series itself but this song got me in there. Remembering some lyrics on it, I googled it so I could exactly get a hand of the song. And yes, I got it right on track. Hearing the whole version of the song makes me fall in love with it too many times. Much more when I get to sing with it. Kakatindig-balahibo! Its lyrics is awesomely made like it's drawn from the real feelings of the author.

This one great OPM song would definitely be among my would-be wedding songs if I ever get to marry!;)

Kudos to the makers and the performer Carol Banawa for this song!;)