TheSW’s 30-Day Challenge – Day 30

Write a letter to your future mate saying whatever you want to say.


Dear baby (if I would ever call him that),

Years ago, I thought that I’d be single forever.

I once loved someone secretly for years. I told myself that if ever I’d be in a relationship with someone, I wanted it to be that person (I’m sorry about telling you this). I believe that person already knew about my feelings and I know he did not care about it (why would he even care, anyway?) I don’t really need him to love me back. I just want him to stay as he is towards me even after he knew it. After realizing the obvious fact that he will never like me, I let go of my love for him and moved on. It’s like something’s telling me that it’s not worth it anymore.

Then there came someone who told me nice things, went to lunch breaks with me, and even dedicated the song ‘A Thousand Years’ by Christina Perri to me. Only to find out that he, as I see it and figure out, was just being kind to me and he just did not have someone to waste his time on. FYI, he’s the second man who have done something like that to me. I promised myself never to trust their kind of men again. Oh wait, may I just tell you that he was drunk, had a few San Miguel Light when he told me about the song? He was and maybe I should forget about it because he was JUST drunk.

I then realized that I should accept the truth that maybe (or maybe not) there is really no one written in my life story to be my partner. I thought about it. I decided. I’d be “single for life by choice” from then.

But then you came. I have never imagined that you’d exist! Are you real? Or am I just (day)dreaming? Are you sure of me and of yourself? Do you even know what you’re doing because you can back out.

Because if you’re really real and if this is not just another dream, then I would like to ask if I can just keep you forever? I have had enough of this love thing – lost someone who was never mine in the first place, and since you’re finally here, the first ‘someone’ I can call ‘mine’, then I better not lose you.

You are now here. God was really writing my love story when He let me meet those guys first. Thank God for sending me you.

I thought I’d be single for forever.. not anymore. Thanks to you. 🙂

Hey it’s me,

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So, there! Yay! Finally survived The Single Woman’s 30-Day Blogging Challenge by @TheSingleWoman (twitter). My answers to all 30 day prompts can be found >here<.

Thank you always for reading and I hope you enjoyed reading my answers….. 🙂


TheSW’s 30-Day Challenge – Day 29

Who is your closest or most special friend that you’ve never met and what do they mean to you? How did you cross paths? Talk about how you “met” them: Facebook, Twitter, an online support group, etc.


I guess this could be the online readers I have never met, who frequently visits my WordPress blog and reads everything and anything that I post here. They are special to me because they serve as my inspiration and motivation to write more. I am not a good writer or blogger that’s why it really means a lot to me when readers (aside from my friends and people I know) come and visit my blog, especially whenever they hit the like button.

With this, I am going to use this opportunity to thank you – you who visits and reads my thotful spot every time a new post is published. Thank you so much, you make me happy! 🙂

NaBloPoMo November 2013

TheSW’s 30-Day Challenge – Day 27

Talk about something that you really, really, really love about yourself.


What I really, really, really, really love about myself is that I can prove someone that first impressions don’t last, but second impressions do. I really love it when I prove somebody wrong of their impressions on me without even me trying to prove it.

I am not a friendly person. Most of my friends would always tell me that I seem snobbish, unapproachable, and that I always look mad when they first met me. This has always been the case. I am always perceived to be someone you can’t easily talk to. However, they say that after knowing me, they realized that I am the exact opposite of what they thought I was and that they love  and enjoy my company. 🙂

NaBloPoMo November 2013

TheSW’s 30-Day Challenge – Day 28

Describe a moment when you made a big, bold move. In any area of life: Career, Love, etc.
It was in April of this year (2013) after rolling off from my last Project that I decided to leave my previous company where I stayed for 6.9 years. It was bitter-sweet. It took me 3 weeks to decide whether or not to stay.

I loved the company. I loved the people I work with and I enjoyed working with them.

I wanted to stay until I reached my 10th year. I never wanted to leave. It’s just that I had to.

I won’t forget my last day at the office. My former teammates who I had been friends with gave me a surprise with a giant card. I cried like a kid deprived of a candy. At that moment I wished I could take back my resignation.


NaBloPoMo November 2013