Nineteen days have past since we bid 2020 goodbye, the worst year ever(according to EVERYONE). Great! We survived! What’s next? 2020 has provided me the opportunity to spot a bunch of people complaning about their lives at home, itching to see the sun and feel the rain on their skin. And for a moment, i … Continue reading New Year, New Chances
Perhaps you all have heard the name George Floyd, the police brutality he experienced, in which, all of us, thanks to the internet and a video, have witnessed. News about protests and riots spread like wildfire in social media, new hashtag trends to honor this man and his unlawful death have been circulating all around … Continue reading My Two Cents on Recent Injustice
So recently, ABS-CBN’s Youtube channel has streamed the hit musical, “Ang Huling El Bimbo,” and will continue to do so until midnight. I, being the crazy theatre fan I am, took the liberty of watching one of my favorite musicals along with my parents, and spread the word about its stream on YouTube. (What can … Continue reading Why is Ang Huling el Bimbo so good? But why do I hate it?
01/13/2020 The strangest thing happened to me earlier today.I do not remember waking up in the morning, however, I do remember the midnight snacking and the glass lid shattering the thin layer of silence in that eerie, early morning event. It was currently 12:46 am when I stepped out of bed to head to the … Continue reading Paradoxical Fear
ECQ(Enhanced Community Quarantine) is getting to each and everyone of us, and we know it. Whether it be the Dalgona-Coffee-Craze, or the “make your own pandesal pandemonium,” we all have adapted to new trends that we can do at home in order to stay sane. People ranting about them going crazy at home, posting workout … Continue reading Another Sea of Words to Dive In
Recently, Trumpets opened Joseph the Dreamer; and i watched and supported the cast with my hopes up. Seeing as though i knew people from the cast, i knew that it was already going to be good; considering that it was a show from Trumpets and they don't disappoint. JTD is written by the iconic Freddie … Continue reading Trumpets’ Joseph the Dreamer: Is it a truly beautiful dream?
Hello everyone- wow that’s such a boring intro. Let’s try that again.WHAT’S GOOD YA- nah, too obvious….You know what? Never mind… In today’s book recommendation, I would like to present an amazing book that will put a smile on your face, give you an optimistic point of view for tomorrow, basically a feel-good story.Have you … Continue reading I’m going “Out of My Mind”
Hello everyone, this is Cheska(of course who else would it be), and I just want to say: thank you for taking yet another minute of your time to read this. My mom and I attended the Philippines Readers and Writers Festival 2019, at Raffles Makati. It was my very first. It was amazing! Not to … Continue reading Filipino YA, Cultural Diversity, Feminism, and Martial Law: All Approached in the Philippine Readers and Writers Festival 2019
Recently, Trumpets Playshop opened a show called “Pamilya Maleta”, and I had the honor of getting to catch it(since it was open for only two days). If you ask me, I wasn’t that much interested at first, to be honest. I thought it would be one of those cliché comedy musicals, with some adult jokes … Continue reading Trumpets Playshop’s Pamilya Maleta: Packed na Packed nga ba?
It’s been a while since I’ve done one of these,and let me just say that I am so sorry. I really didn’t have the time to do a book review, especially with all my academic stuff going on, not to mention my Quiz Bee—so yeah.But now, since I have free time on my hands, why … Continue reading Forbidden Love during Colonial Times of the Philippines(Woman in a Frame)