April 15, 2013 – Napadpad ako kanina sa Shaw Boulevard para mag jaywalking HAHAHAHA! WALA LANG, TRIP KO LANG.. Ayun, dalawang beses na kong nahuli sa loob ng isang taon, at gusto akong ipagmulta kanina ng 200 pesos. Kuya MMDA, di porket POGI AKO + naka shades at polo eh mayaman na. Boss naman, 150 na nga lang ang pera ko eh, kukunin mo pa?

Kaya ayun, nadaan sa pagpapa-cute at hindi na ko siningil. Hayaan niyo boss, uulit ulitin ko yung pagje-jaywalking sa edsa para may part 3 hihi..


The 1986 EDSA People Power Revolution gathered throngs of people, filling the capital’s main artery. However, the spirit of their movement didn’t remain contained in the streets of Manila. Pockets of dissent manifested nationwide creating a stir in local communities and uniting the nation in the desire to attain freedom.  Cebuanos and Davaoeños gathered in their own plazas, packing streets with slogans and singing the anthems of the revolution. [Read more]

EDSA, ElsewhereAfter hearing the news that the Marcoses had fled Malacañan, people flocked to the streets in Davao City (TOP) and Iloilo (BOTTOM). Photos from “People Power: The Philippine Revolution of 1986: An Eyewitness History.”

Since May is Elhers Danlos syndrome awareness month I shall educate you all a little so you can be aware!

This syndrome is not very commonly know although many people are born with it, including myself. This is known as an invisible illness, meaning you can look at me and see absolutely nothing wrong with me physically, when I’m actually struggling with this syndrome. wether it’s with chronic pain or Chronic fatigue syndrome. Basically what I want everyone to get out of this is that everyone is fighting a battle, wether you can see it or not. So be nice and love everyone please.

There are many types of EDS, I have type III, the hyper mobile type. EDS is a collection of inherited conditions that fit into a larger group known as heritable disorders of connective tissue. Connective tissues provide support in skin, tendons, ligaments and bones.

There are different types of EDS, but they have features in common. These can include joint hypermobility (increased mobility of joints), stretchy skin and tissue fragility. The fragile skin and unstable joints often found in EDS are the result of faulty collagen.

Hypermobility joints are joints that move further than the usual range, taking into account someone’s age, gender and ethnic background. Many individuals have one or several Hypermobility joints and factors such as bone shape and muscle tone can increase the range of movement of a joint.

Although I have have quite a few of these symptoms, I don’t have all.
Individuals with HEDS may have the following features:

Joint hypermobility with the joints having a wider range of movement than usual.
Loose, unstable joints that can lead to dislocations and subluxations.
Joint pain and fatigue.
Easy bruising.
Gastrointestinal dysfunction.
POTS (postural orthostatic tachycardia syndrome) causing fast heart rate, dizziness and fainting.
Mitral valve prolapse, a heart valve abnormality which is usually only mild in HEDS.
Uterine, rectal or bladder prolapse.
Urinary dysfunction.
Varicose veins.

This a real syndrome, that causes real pain and real problems with daily life. Just because it’s invisible doesn’t mean it’s not effecting us!!

All of the information was from the website linked go read more about it!! You can educate yourself for some extra smarts to have under your belt for those who like to learn! Be aware of everyone’s battle! Be sympathetic, and less apathetic!