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I am constantly having headaches which can only be cured by a marathon viewing of Friends

I am constantly having headaches which can only be cured by a marathon viewing of Friends

I’ve been feeling drained.

The Simpsons: Relevant forever

I’ve been feeling like shit, toxic and full of self-loathing. I also look like shit, with circles under my puffy, tired eyes. When commuting, I want to pick fights with strangers for stepping on my foot, bumping against me, staring at me, etc.

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Out/running

Out/running

Another night, another fight, and this time it’s different. This time, I’m actually willing to throw a few punches of my own.

It’s late by the time I slam the door behind me, yelling, bitch, leave me alone, and the wind hits my face like a slap, cold and hard and furious. There’s a lump in my throat and I feel as though I were choking, a dog with a leash tied ’round its neck, struggling to break free.

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Puerto Galera, Part III: There’s something about the summer that makes me moody

Puerto Galera, Part III: There’s something about the summer that makes me moody

(The title is from a Best Coast song, Summer Mood <3 It’s not summertime but it’s such a beach-y song.)


After a morning full of activities, we decided to relax by hitting the beach and try out the waters. It was a brilliant, sunny day, perfect for taking a swim.

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Puerto Galera, Part II: Best-est morning ever

Puerto Galera, Part II: Best-est morning ever

I loved waking up to the sound of waves blahblahblah who doesn’t? On our second day, we were looking forward to a fun day looking at waterfalls. Little did we know that we were about to get so such more!

Jimmy, the tricycle driver who offered his services for the day, wasn’t so much a driver as he was a tour guide. He pointed out landmarks, reeled off information about the place, and even stopped a few times to allow us to take photos from the phenomenal view.

The day’s first stop was Tamaraw Falls, an hour’s tricycle ride from our resort.

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