My original purpose of this blog was to keep track of all of my "Things To Do" before my life expires. You know... stuff to do before you kick the bucket. Well people - here's my Bucket List or shall I say "Tabo" List. You only live once, so don't think twice. In addition to my "Tabo" List, you'll find me sharing how it's like to live the life of the wonderful share-bare. Happy Reading! ENJOY!

(inspired by the 2007 movie, The Bucket List )

1.) Pet a Tiger Cub
2.) Hold and Wrap a Snake Around Me
3.) Raise Money for a Good Cause

4.) Run a Half Marathon
5.) Run a Full Marathon

6.) Attend an Oprah Winfrey Show

7.) Meet Drew Barrymore in Person

8.) Go Dog Sledding in the Colorado Mountains
9.) Get Rock Hard Abs

10.) Write My Own Book and/or Sitcom

11.) Be in a Professional Photo Shoot
12.) Compete in a Bus Surfing Contest
13.) Step Inside of Grand Central Station in New York
14.) Cross the Golden Gate Bridge by Foot
15.) Adopt a dog named him Chaw-Lee <--I mean, Bam

16.) Learn to Swim so I Can be a Surfer Chick

17.) Enjoy a Special Brownie

18.) Hale Down a Yellow Cab
19.) Lie in a Hammock with Someone Special
20.) Apply for a Library Card
21.) Get a Black Belt in Kenpo Karate
22.) Get Kissed by a Hottie on New Year's (Strike of Midnight)

23.) Learn to be a Voice Over Artist
24.) Attend a Superbowl Game
25.) Sing the Song 'Killing Me Softly' at a Karaoke Bar
26.) Go Skinny Dipping

27.) Be on T.V.

28.) Go White Water Rafting in the American River
29.) Run up the "Rocky Steps" of the Philadelphia Museum of Art
30.) Marry Mr. Right

31.) Work Out So Hard That I Puke
32.) Go Stand Up Paddle Surfing (or Hoe he'e nalu) somewhere tropical

Monday, June 30, 2008

VOTE FOR share-bare!

After having a lonesome weekend, I got some good news a few minutes ago... It all started a couple weeks ago. I was reading an article in one of my new favorite websites: (yes, I'm obsessed with men and what they need to know) The article was about a "Writing Challenge". They were conducting a writing contest. Basically, you write a short article (500-1000 words) of anything you think men would like to know. While I've been addicted to blogging my butt off on Blogger, I decided to take it to the next level and babble myself out through something different. That's when I decided - What do I have to lose. The great part about the contest was that I would get 2 months of advertisement on their site. Coolness (I thought to myself). I could advertise my blog and/or my new website. Now, wouldn't that be AWESOME?! uhhh...YEAH, DUH! So I did it! I entered myself into the "Writing Challenge" :) I submitted my article pretty close to the deadline (June 27th - Midnight). I really didn't think I did well on it though. But I guess that doesn't matter anymore because...YAY! I'm one of the FOUR finalists!! Check it out! Just a heads up or and FYI, shall I say. It only took me an hour and a half to write it. My other opponents must have studied and done a lot of research before composing their article. I'm pretty sure they brainstormed, wrote a 1st draft, 2nd draft, and 3rd draft before their FINAL draft. I'm not the type to do that, so hopefully you can give me some credit for creativity, speed, and originality! Please read my article at: Ploomy Writing Challenge Voting If you enjoyed reading it, make sure to rate my article 5 stars!! Thanks for your support! WISH ME LUCK! -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
[Dating reminds me of the game MONOPOLY. Your main goal is to get Boardwalk. Everything is going well, and then all of a sudden you get a minor setback. You flip that Chance card over that says, “Go to Jail. Go directly to Jail. Do not pass GO. Do not collect $200”. Next, you are blind-sighted by your opponent who takes over and gains possession of Boardwalk. After that, everything just goes downhill and you say f**k it! I’m done!
As a single woman in search of good company, I tend to question myself:
“How come no one ever asks me on a date?”
I think I may know, but I’m not going to make any assumptions. Let me tell you what really is bothersome about the initiation of dating. Honestly, why do we seriously need to rely on the World Wide Web (i.e., to locate a date? I find it absolutely hysterical that our generation’s last resort is “How to Get a Date” via wikihow:
“Step 1: Find Someone You Like Step 2: Make Contact. Start a conversation…”
Wow! I’m not even going to attempt to give you Steps 3 through 9. Are we really this dumb and idiotic? The point I’m trying to get at is that most of us single and available men/women are no longer self reliant on our own actions. The fact that we seek information elsewhere other than within ourselves is very sad and quite disappointing. We have come to the point of emptying our pockets to pay subscription dues. For what? To fill out a computerized compatibility test? What cracks me up is that we will attempt to retake and alter these tests over and over again until we are satisfied with the results we want to see. I’ve done it and I’m sure a few of you have as well. What a waste of time, right? Are we just getting too lazy to think for ourselves? Are we too lethargic (<—-I feel smart using that word) to even go out, mingle, and socialize with the opposite sex? I confess. I myself have fallen into this category. Therefore, it’s time to make a change for the better. Besides, I’m sure we can find more practical ways to spend our taxable dollars. Wouldn’t you agree?
BTW – Don’t start complaining to me how hard it is to meet people. That is just plain bullsh*t. We all know that getting a date can be very complicated but at the same time, it’s simple common sense. Back in the 1950’s, it was unheard of for a woman to ask for a date or to initiate the dating process. The men were supposed to do all the work. In the February 1959 issue of Seventeen magazine, a young man wrote:
“Growing up has taught me one thing: there is an infinite number of ways by which a boy can meet a girl. I’ve also found that once he meets a girl — and becomes interested in her — a boy must indulge in a sly, artful practice called pursuit.” (72)
Nowadays, we women need to recognize that it’s OK to make the first move. Let’s practice the women’s equal rights movement that our fellow ancestors fought so hard for back in the day. No more excuses and definitely no more putting all the blame on men.
To both men & women – I’m not going to list any rules that you should follow because you are all different. I’m not going to tell you the best place to meet someone. I’m not going to tell you how you should ask someone on a date. Lastly, I’m certainly not going to tell you what pick-up lines actually work. All I’m trying to communicate is that we need to just be ourselves and if you see someone of your interest – go for it! Don’t even think twice or hesitate. Dating is a pursuit, so go on girl/boy! Chase it!
p.s. Call me! ;)]

Saturday, June 28, 2008


Today is was a total non-productive day for me. I was planning on going with a friend to Santa Cruz but he bailed on me (boo!). It was all good, I totally understand. He had his reasons.

Anyway, last night I went on a date with my son. We watched Wall-E. The movie was good. It sends out a good eco message to us all. It also had its share of hilarious scenes. The visual effects were pretty awesome. Unfortunately, I was so drained last night that I actually fell asleep watching the movie. I fought so hard to keep myself awake but it was unsuccessful. Looking at the bright side, I only probably fell asleep for a good 15-20 minutes. I still can't get over the conversations between the two main characters, Wall-E and this other robot. If you watched it, then you'll know exactly what I'm talking about. Literally, these robots were repeating the same word over and over and over again. The great thing about it was I loved it! All day I kept on imitating Wall-E. I must have sounded hella retarded. I was practically speaking just like E.T. when he said "Phone Home!" I swear if Wall-E was human, he'd be in total pimp status. He is cute, funny and charming!

Thursday, June 26, 2008

The Impossible Dream is no longer Impossible

There are still some days when I wonder if I can ever become a newscaster or an anchor woman. I'd love to work for FOX News or CNN or better yet ESPN! They make the job seem so easy. But, it probably involves alot of training. Yesterday, I came across this youtube video. After viewing this, anything is possible. I think I can teach myself to speak using the proper newscaster enunciation. I don't have a problem with putting my "street talk" or "sailor mouth" on hold for an hour. Any of you know of any open casting auditions? If so, hit me up! I'm definitely your girl!

Wednesday, June 25, 2008


Recently, I've registered for the LIVESTRONG Challenge in San Jose. The 5K Run/Walk event kicks off on Sunday July 13, 2008. My main motivation is to help out a great cause, such as this one. As some of you may know, my father passed away over 5 years ago from liver cancer. It's such a helpless feeling, watching someone you love fight this disease. So, ever since my father passed, I decided to take action. I have committed myself to help those who are struggling for their lives with cancer in any way possible. This time around, I will be participating in the LIVESTRONG Challenge to raise money for the Lance Armstrong Foundation which inspires and empowers people affected by cancer. My personal goal is $2,000.

If you're reading this, please support me and the 10 million Americans living with cancer by making a donation to this worthy cause. You can make a donation online at Share's LIVESTRONG Fundraiser Page
Anything you can give will be greatly appreciated.

Thank you for your support.

Tuesday, June 24, 2008

Run to the Sun @ Etiquette Lounge - Friday July 11th

my website: will be hosting a fundraiser to benefit LIVESTRONG. Please come and show your support. Enjoy the night away w/friends, drinks, & dancing. Your donations will go towards the Lance Armstrong Foundation which will help millions of people affected by cancer. Hope to see you then! P.S. don’t forget to sport your yellow LIVESTRONG bracelets if you have them already! Donations are optional, of course. Guest list is FREE before 11pm. Please email for guest list. Thanks!

Monday, June 23, 2008

"Lead the Way Killa!"

So I find out from a friend that someone decided to copy my fundraiser event name from last year: Walk it Out. It's all good. The nightclub event is to benefit another cancer research foundation. I find it very impressive. The only concern is that I hope this becomes more than just a trend. Other than that, it's very nice to know that more and more people are hosting events in the Bay to benefit good causes. Keep up the good work people. For those that participated in my event last year...THANK YOU! We raised ALOT of money.
"That was THEN..."
Photobucket It's been long overdue (over a year) but I'm back at it again. Hopefully, you'll be able to support my upcoming event on July 11th. This time it's benefiting LIVESTRONG. It's time to bring back the yellow LIVESTRONG bracelets that people once called a fad. Since when was helping out cancer research a fad!? I'm sorry but helping a good cause should NEVER even be considered a so called "fad". Shame on you people!! What is it? Did you just stop supporting cancer research because everyone around you were wearing the yellow bracelets? C'mon now. This is one thing that we all need to support TOGETHER.
"This is NOW..."

Sunday, June 22, 2008 Psyche #1 Photo Shoot

Today was a very special day for We completed our first ever bare-Element photo shoot with Misha. Misha won our bare-Element contest last month. The day started at 8:00am for me (at least). I was so pumped. Due to low budget, our shoot location was at my older sister, Irene's house =). Make-up was done by Vanessa whom I met a couple months ago at M.A.C. Cosmetics in Stanford Mall. She's a doll! Hair was done my ever so O.A. to the max cousin, Jenny. Gotta love her! Last but not least, photography was done by Rizza from Rizzariz Photography. She's the bomb!

Make-up and Hair began shortly after 12:00pm. Rizza arrived a little bit after 1:00pm and the shoot started at 2:30pm. Misha's theme for her photo shoot was the Seven Deadly Sins: Gluttony, Lust, Envy, Greed, Vanity, Sloth, and Wrath. We all had an enjoyable time. During wardrobe changes and make-up touch ups, we all seemed to find something funny to talk about and at the same time pig out on some food and candy. Reality TV seemed to be the topic of the day, as well. The photo shoot lasted until about 4:30pm. I swear, I'm so glad I had the crew I had. We all got along so well and we all enjoyed each other's company. Sharing stories and laughs made it all worth while and I wouldn't have it any differently. Thank you team! You are the best! Misha was the best model ever! For all you future bare-Elements...FYI...Misha has definitely set the bar real high for all ya'll so please BRING IT!

Check out our website soon for Misha's pictures at

Friday, June 20, 2008

Summer Officially Begins...

What a way to start off summer, eh? Just got back from lunch and it's a scorcher out there. My Trailblazer says it's 97 degrees in San Mateo. When I returned to the office, I get an email from HR saying that there's ice cream upstairs! YAY! Ladies - Time to bust out them designer shades, booty shorts, and summer dresses. Beware of the pervs (construction workers, committed men with wandering eyes, etc.) Proceed with caution, alright? Shoot - if you got it, freakin flaunt it damnit! Dudes - you may look but don't touch (or slap)! Let's be mature, k? We certainly don't mind being your viewing pleasure this season. BTW - whistling is sooooo like 1980's so don't bother, okidokie? Happy Friday Everyone! I think it's time to blast my summer theme song since 1996....ENJOY!

Thursday, June 19, 2008

Why does exercise makes me tired the next day?

OK - This week I've been waking up HELLA late and just not having the energy that I normally would have throughout my work day. Why is that? I know it's normal to feel sleepy after a workout but what about the next morning? I thought exercising is supposed to help fight fatigue! Am I working myself too hard? Or is this temporary cause I'm just getting into this new routine? Or is it my diet? I know I have my daily servings of good carbs and protein. Am I missing something else? Someone please help.

I'm hoping it will go away cause ummm, I'm sooooo lazy when I get home after an evening session of kick boxing/kenpo through the next morning. My laundry is piling up and I can't sit on that forever! I already googled my symptoms and still haven't found anything. HELP! I already ran out of thongs to wear to work! LOL! What's a girl to do?!

Tuesday, June 17, 2008


This evening, I checked the new launch of LIVESTRONG.COM. Pretty interesting. This new website is a collaboration with LIVESTRONG.ORG. The concept of this site is to encourage you how to live well with 5 different elements: Health; Being Active; Eating Well; Find Balance; and Stay Young. Anyway, so I come across a section called Calculating Your Ideal Weight. It calculates your weight based on your height and the circumference of your wrist. I got 121 lbs. Not bad. My ideal weight is actually 122 lbs. My sister asked me, "Why 122?". I smiled and said, "Cuz it's my favorite number!" She started laughing hysterically and thought I was really serious. I was serious about the number 122 being my weight goal. And I was serious that it's my favorite number. I guess it was just a coincidence. It must have been one of a "You Had to be There" moments. For those that don't know my birthday is December 2nd. Hence 12-2 leading to 122. But on a serious note, I chose this number because, my ideal weight is actually 125 lbs. BUT - it has been a known fact that the most weight a person can gain in one day is no more than 3 pounds. See where I'm heading now? The accountant in me is actually giving myself a threshold of 3 lbs leading to my magic number as well as my ideal weight of 122 lbs. That way, I can be able to pig out and not feel guilty about it. I would of course have to work it off the next day. Ain't it cute though? =) I think so...You all must think I'm just a dork for writing about this but oh well. I like talking about nonsense.

Sunday, June 15, 2008

Father's Day

I can't believe it's been over 5 years since my dad passed away. Crazy how time flies. Today, the entire fam clan met up for brunch at this Chinese buffet in South City. The food was alright but it was the company that mattered most. There were 22 of us all together. We ate and ate and ate. I had this stuffed mushroom and I swear if you were to close your eyes and eat it, you'd think you were grubbing on some mushroom and cheese pizza from Round Tables. My cousin, Jenny agreed! My other cousin, G.J. said it was more like Pizza Hut - LMAO. They were mocking me because I was actually closing my eyes and visualizing pizza. Brunch was definitely fun. Afterwards, we headed over the Skylawn Cemetery to visit my father dearest (as well as Mama, Tatay, and Tito Ross). We did a quick prayer but I forgot how to recite the Apostles Creed - Oops! My cousins noticed and were laughing at me. I guess it was pretty obvious since I placed my hand over my mouth pretending I was actually saying something. So moded! But in my defense, the church revised it! Another funny thing that happened - Tito Steve dosed off and fell asleep during the rosary. What's new, right? Straight hilarious! All in all, it was nice to enjoy the company of the entire family especially since there is a huge part missing - my dad's presence. I wish I can see him and just say Happy Father's day and greet him fat ass hug. I wish I can witness him meet his two granddaughters for the first time. My biggest fear is that I'll forget the memories we shared. Let's hope that day never comes. I remember when he'd make his strawberry banana smoothies and yummy cantaloupe juice when he had his sugar cravings. I remember in third grade, he surprised my sister and I with Goldilocks birthday cakes at school. I remember him taking us to 7-11 on Gellert Blvd to get fresh glazed donuts or apple danishes in the morning. I remember our weekly trips to the Bay Meadows horse races. I remember him sharing his favorite candies with us: Mentos, Rolos, Starbursts, and Ludden's cough drops (LOL!). I remember when he accidentally burnt me w/his TruGreen cigarette (don't worry, it wasn't child abuse. He fell asleep sitting up and I was seated right next to him). I remember when he'd wander around the house shamelessly with his white B.V.D. briefs. I remember being outside with him watching the decals of I.M.S. Carpet Cleaning get placed onto that big black van. I remember how he always had a Sara Lee pound cake stashed in the freezer. I remember our trips to Payumo Restaurant located in the Food Court next to Merrill's on 3rd and Mission Street in San Francisco (which sadly became a California Pizza Kitchen restaurant chain). I remember taking him to eat his favorite sashimi and to his first San Francisco Giants game during his last year alive. Most of all, I remember how he always made me laugh. Dad - We all miss you. I hope God is taking good care of you. Can't wait to see you again. I'll have so much to share with you! LOVE YOU!

Saturday, June 14, 2008


I'm downright in total shock mode. The pressure to be thin has grown internationally! Not only that but Japan has their own "preferred" word for the term, overweight: metabo. WTF?! They said the word obesity created a negative image. Ummm,I have an idea. How about no longer creating nicknames for being fat?! That would be great! Yesterday, my co-worker, Jason forwarded me an article about Japan being obsessed with their already small waistlines. Ridiculous, right? It's so true though. Basically, there is a 2 month old law in Japan requires that waistline measurements as part of physical check-ups for people between the ages of 40 and 74. Crazy, right? Not done yet. There is limit requirement. Men = 33.5 inches and Women = 35.4 nches. So, you ask, "What if they fall over the limit?" LOL! For one, you are considered OVERWEIGHT. Second, you have 3 months to trim your waist. If you fail to fall below the government requirement, you will receive education on dieting. Is that wrong or what? Talk about being anorexic over there! You know I'm a proud supporter of fitness, exercise, and eating right but I'm not that hardcore! Come on people. Let's just be healthy. We all know junk food is bad so eat more fruits and vegetables! We all know exercise helps us live longer and build stronger bodies so go walking or do fun activities! All it takes is common sense not some stupid law! Insane man, totally insane. My advice to the Japanese - boycott your summon notice for the metabo check up!! If you are happy with your weight then more power to you. Don't let the government take over your life! Check it out:

Friday, June 13, 2008

Friday the 13th

It's Friday the 13th ya'll. So far, so good. I woke up late this morning by a wet pillow containing some fresh drool. Wow! It's been a while since that happened! NO worries. EJ is with his dad. That means I can take my sweet time getting ready for work - YAY. I shaved in the cuts and no more stubs - YAY! Done getting ready. Hit the road. No road rage was in plain sight - YAY! I got my favorite Jamba Juice: Chunky Strawberry with fiber boost. They made it right - YAY! Guess what? I'm taking my first martial arts class today. Kenpo to be exact. I'm officially part of the United Studios of Self Defense team in Foster City - YAY! My first class as a white belt (so moded) is this afternoon at 3pm. I can't wait to do my point blocks and half moon steps. I joined martial arts for 2 simple reasons: 1.) I was jealous of seeing my son, EJ have so much fun 2.) I want to spar! Hopefully, this November I'll be able to compete in a sparring tournament. So tonight is my friend Roland's party: MADE YOU LOOK @ 111 Minna Gallery in San Francisco. I'm going to be performing my most biggest irk to support his party theme. That's right people. I'm going to rock some Kanye West shades up in the club. Hopefully being the clutz I am, I won't bump into someone and spill their drink. If so, I apologize person in advance. Happy Friday the 13th Everyone. I hope you are enjoying your day as much as I am.

Thursday, June 12, 2008

Am I "Ploomy" Worthy???

A few months ago I was introduced to this website by a friend: I have to admit, it definitely contains very good reading material. It's a website for men and what they need to know. Ladies...they obviously need to know ALOT more, so hit up the site and lend a helping hand or article. But seriously, I consider it a cross between my favorite t.v. show Friends and the male version of Martha Stewart Living in blog mode. Very knowledgeable and entertaining for a gal like myself. Some articles are about the nothings that all men seem to stress about. I love it! It's specifically geared towards men readers, but f**k that. I'm nosy and I want to know, too! Ever month or so, they nominate a female from around the country and publish an article about them being the featured Ploomy Girl. These girls are hand picked by the editor. After reading their articles, I began to wonder - Am I "Ploomy" worthy? It's fairly difficult to describe myself to others. I usually let them be the judge. But in reality, when other people judge me, most of the time the results are misunderstood. The story of my life...(sigh) Could I be "Ploomy" worthy if I'm a single mother of the Bay Area? Or maybe if I'm a loyal friend to all that know me? Or if I have a website that helps promote natural beauty? Or if I donate blood periodically? Or if I help charities and fundraisers? Am I pretty enough to be "Ploomy" worthy? Do I have the right personality? Can an 8-5 Accountant who sits at her desk all day long be "Ploomy" worthy? Who really knows. Let me just list a bunch of random things you may NOT know about me. Maybe I will stand out from the crowd that way - yeah? Don't you think that would be an awesome and terrific idea? BRILLIANT, I say. BRILLIANT!

  1. I have physical deformations: my left ear is higher than my right ear and I have one boob that's slightly larger than the other. 
  2. I practice imitating and doing reenactments of television commercials that should have casted me for cheap instead of that high paid idiotic person you see all the time.  
  3. I'm a sigh-aholic *sigh*  
  4. Not only do I dance when I'm driving in my truck - so do my fingers!  
  5. I still don't know the order of the Alphabet  
  6. I don't listen to a darn thing that you say to me when I'm in hungry status mode. Please repeat when I've inhaled a few gigantic bites or scoops of food. Thanks!  
  7. My feet and cold foam pillow help me through sleepless nights. 
  8. I never smoked a cigarette my entire life 
  9. People watching is one of my favorite hobbies 
  10. I still don't know how to apply make-up.  
  11. Pink is NOT my favorite color. As a matter of fact, it NEVER will.  
  12. Yes, I understand Tagalog DAMNIT!. So stop talking crap!  
  13. My wet drool on pillows = a good night's sleep ;) I don't like flowers. They remind me of funerals. 
  14. You know how people have to have popcorn at the movies? Well, I have to have my sour patch kids.  
  15. I've saved the best for last - I have a special super power: MALE X-RAY VISION! I have the ability to picture ALL (i seriously mean ALL) men within nothing on but their birthday suit. It can be a bit disturbing at times. 
Dear Founder/Editor of Ploomy, (if you ever read this) 

I just want to thank you for taking the time in getting to know me - YOU ROCK! If I ever become a Ploomy Girl, I would be oh so grateful. Do you know why? Throughout my 20's, I've always dreamed of being a Maxim Girl. But then I've come to the realization that those girls are the typical uniform cookie cutters of what a man dreams about being with. Now that I'm turning 30 this December, I NO LONGER want to be that girl. Once I became a reader and subscriber to Ploomy, I'm even more determined to NOT be that typical cookie cutter chick that superficial men desire. I want to be that imperfect positive trendsetter of realness and individuality that GENTLEmen need in this world. Being "you" is more valuable than being anyone else in this world! It's all about variety, baby! So, let's stop forming these one-dimensional clones in which today's society publicizes. 



Am I ready? I always love to compete with myself. Therefore, I'm giving myself a my own customized fitness challenge. As if I have nothing more to add on my plate, right? I always do this to myself! Oh well. It'll definitely keep my me busy and away from trouble. My close friends know EXACTLY what I'm talking about. Last night I worked on my 5 month plan to get toned and in shape. It only took me three freakin' hours! I really don't care about weight loss anymore. I just want to be less jiggly in a few places here and there (if you know what I mean). It incorporates all activities I enjoy doing: outdoor running, stair climbing, kickboxing, elyptical training, and kenpo. I'm working my ass off for 4-5 days out of the week and then give myself 2-3 full days off: MON A.M.: Spinning Class MON P.M.: Kickboxing TUE A.M.: Stairclimbing TUE P.M.: Kenpo WED: DAY-OFF OR Kickboxing/Outdoor Running THU A.M.: Elyptical Training THU P.M.: Kickboxing AND Kenpo FRI: DAY-OFF SAT A.M.: Outdoor Running/Kickboxing SUN: DAY-OFF

Tuesday, June 10, 2008


I'm beginning to realize that the entire dating scene has made me lose focus on what I truly enjoy doing: working on my website; hanging out w/family & friends; kickboxing/martial arts/running/spinning. Why is it that once I start dating, my priorities get all mixed up? I hate losing focus on my daily activities. I guess I'm just not ready for anything serious. All I'm looking for is to have a good time. Guys - I have some word of advice for ya'll: 1.) Don't tell a girl that you really like her if your goal is just to get laid. Just cut to the chase, will yah? Has it ever crossed your mind that just maybe us girls might have that goal, too? Don't underestimate us por favor. 2.) Don't text up the ass. Guys don't like being smothered, right? Neither do we! Besides, it's not a good thing if you text more than you talk on the phone or see a chick. Obviously, you love your phone more than anything in the world to be fondling it all the time. 3.) Don't make it too easy for a girl to get what they want. Remember a girl always loves a challenge. 4.) Don't rush! Slow your roll! Take your time and just go with the flow. 5.) Don't be fake. Eventually the fakeness will rise up to the surface in a matter of time. You might as well be straight up from the get-go. Less lies to cover up. It'll will decrease your chances of getting caught slippin', too. We don't like to waste our time, OK? 6.) Just have fun! Don't over think the situation. If there is potential then yay for you. For now - enjoy the moment. I'm not trying to hate, but I always fall into a situation with a guy way too fast. Therefore, the situation ends just as quick! It's a possibility that it might be me and NOT the dude. But, in case it isn't, I just had to lay it all out on the table. Thanks!

Sunday, June 8, 2008

Making of the Band 4 Concert @ San Diego

Just a few pics from the concert this past weekend near San Diego.

Viejas Casino, Alpine, CA 06.08.08


You know how you learn something new everyday. Well I just back from my weekend trip to San Diego and found out something new. Ever wonder what those bikinis that are actually a one piece called? Monokini. Duh, share-bare! Get it? I bought my first monokini yesterday from this beachwear boutique called Azul (located at Belmont Park of Mission Beach). It's made by Body Glove and is very similar to the one shown, but in teal(or turquoise). I'm beginning to realize that my stretch marks from child bearing will never disappear and tankinis are so like 5 years ago. So as my reward to getting the ever so cool "Abs of Steel", I will sport this monokini out to Las Vegas or to the beach this summer.

"Want some fries with that shake?"

So a couple weeks ago, I saw this Sonic commercial that totally got me crying with laughter. I love watching the Sonic commercials, but this one I think is my all time fave by far. It reminded me of me and my younger sister, Mary Anne because we always seem to act goofy in car rides so this totally got me going. I told Mary Anne about it the next day but she obviously haven't seen it yet which made me sad. Thankfully, she finally saw it earlier this week and was cracking up, too!

Wednesday, June 4, 2008

OMG - So get this...I shower and everything, right? Get dressed for work this morning. I decided to wear a short sleeve shirt. It's kinda like a cap sleeve so it's almost sleeveless. So I get to work and I happen to discover.... Oh NO! I forgot to shave my pits!! LMAO!! So embarrassing! Ladies, I know this happens to you so you feel my pain. I feel like an Amazon woman right now. What's a girl to do? Should I go to Walgreens to get a razor and just do a nasty dry shave? OR should I just roll with it hoping nobody will notice? It's so hard being a woman. Why did God make us grow hair in unnecessary places to begin with? We pay so much to get it off with body and face waxes! Don't get me wrong. It's not like an inch long and crap. Don't want to gross out my readers. Let's just say the hairs are saying "Peekaboo!" and they are racing to grow as fast as they can so they can laugh at me and embarrass the heck out of me. Maybe they don't want me to meet boys? Am I not paying attention to them enough? I think they have a mind of their own. Stubby lil bitches! Sometimes, I won't have to shave for days. Sometimes, I'd have to do it daily. This week I'm on the Shave my Pits Daily Mode. It must be the hormones. UGH! Oh well. I guess I won't be pulling files from the top drawers today. Nor will I raise my arm an inch! I will keep them closed. Amazon woman will go away tomorrow, I promise! OK stubby lil bitches! Share is definitely in Pluck the Sh!t Outta Yah Mode tonight. I'll be watching you in front of my mirror and torturing you suckers! Man up bitches! Don't mess w/me! LOL

Tuesday, June 3, 2008


I've joined the Virtual City Team!! The challenge consists of 5 U.S. Cities (Austin, LA, Chicago, NYC, Virtual). Unfornately, San Francisco did not make it to the list - GO VIRTUAL TEAM. Whatever team racks up the most miles by 8.31.08 will be crowned the winner! Wish my team Good Luck! Hopefully, this will prepare me for The NIKE+ HUMAN RACE 10K. I've registered yesterday for this special one day event. Just imagine...on August 31, 2008. 1 million runners worldwide will be participating in a Global 10K. That's insane!! Super stoked about it. Time to upload more songs to my iPod today. YAY!

Monday, June 2, 2008

I'm back on the Wagon!

A couple months ago, I was suffering from the worst and longest cough ever. Not sure if it was due to allergies, but I feel guilty. Why? Cuz ever since then I fell completely off my fitness routine. I stopped going to the gym. I stopped attending my kickboxing classes at LA Boxing, too. SUCKS! So...I'm back on the wagon. To celebrate I will be joining, along with millions of people worldwide, the Nike Plus Human Race 10K. It's exactly 90 days from now! So excited!!! Anyone interested in joining with me?? All you need is an ipod! It should be fun! CAN'T WAIT!

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