Top - Calvin Klein
Shorts - Basic House
Loafers - Tods
Bag - 3.1 Phillip Lim
Shades - Rayban
Watch - Fossil
Eversince I got back from the US, I became kind of antisocial. I realized this when I went to Boracay and decided to spend 75% of my time inside our hotel room, sleeping, praying, or watching TV. When I went back to Manila, the feeling of isolating myself amplified. I don't like going out, I loathe being around a lot of people/noise, I avoid crowded places. I guess traveling alone for 2 months pushed me to this state. Yes it's oddly different, but I believe it's a good kind of change. I love that I am finding happiness in the simplest things and embracing what's only important.
I guess I'm writing this because I don't want my friends to be worried or get weirded out. To be honest, with what I went through the past couple of months, I'm not surprised that they are treating me like a I'm about to break anytime soon. There was even a point the "are you okay?" questions started to annoy me but then I realized, I should learn how to appreciate the genuine concern people are showing me.
I'm a firm believer in the saying that when one door closes, another one opens. In my case, God made me close a certain door and showed me gazillions of open doors and windows. I'm not kidding! He has been showering me with blessings and I'm beyond grateful for His kindness, greatness, and overflowing love.
Lord, thank you for the rainbow and the sun after the storm. Everything seems brighter and better now. I love You.