Blogging is my atmosphere. I miss blogging so much. Mahirap talaga basta estudyanteng blogger ka. You need time, effort and mostly, patience if you’ll make a blog article.
May nakilala akong tao, he’s a full-time blogger and I don’t know what he has right now, basta I can define him as cuddly, happy-go-lucky type, friendly, loving and a great friend to everybody. Hindi ko lang alam kung bakit everyday nalang siya nagboblog. Minsan nakakatamad ang ganyan, right? Well, this man certainly loves to write and publish his experiences. It’s just like his own online diary that everyone could read and state their comments. And because of that, mas lalong sumikat itong taong ito, for being one of the most visited personal blogs in the world wide web. Nakakawindang.
Palaka, hindi ko rin alam kung bakit palaka ang kanyang napili sa kadami-daming pwedeng magustuhan, bakit palaka? I forgot to ask him, “Why frogs? What’s with them na bakit gustung-gusto mo sila?”. Mahihiya naman ako kung tatanungin ko siya nang ganun. I personally met this guy when I joined the Plurk Grand Eyeball, I think, last 2009 at Genee Resto, Oval Plaza. I was with Chariz Mundo, co-blogger. I met some of my friends in Plurk as well as in Facebook. Mga bloggers din pala sila. I had the opportunity to meet him, and also his brother, the author of famous GenSantos.Com. I think the most memorable one para sa kanya is when they gave him a wood-carve frog, medyo malaki in size, and it was so cute. He was emotional that time. He thanked everyone for that surprise gift.
I actively joined their group, the SOCSKSARGEN Bloggers, composed of different members in different places in Region 12. I blog often, I plurked a lot and I changed my status in Facebook everyday. Ganyan ang buhay ko when I joined them. Minsan, mahihiya ka ‘pang mag-usap with bloggermates and to the big bosses but this man told us na “don’t be shy”, after ‘nun wala na kaming hiya. Haha. But literally nandoon pa ‘yung feeling na nahihiya pa kami, especially ako, towards other bloggers.
Parati ko rin siyang makasama sa mga events, one of them was the SOCSKSARGEN SUMMER SAFARI last May. The night before the event, ‘dun kami natulog sa kanyang mahiwagang kwarto, with Alexis and Xyrilloid. Hindi ko alam kung bakit ‘dun ako napadpad. Alexis and Xyril explained to me na ‘dun daw sila matutulog, in preparation for the summer safari. Ako na ngenga, hindi ako nakapaghanda man lang ng maisusuot. But well, I came up with my final decision na magse-sleep over sa kanila. ‘Dun ko narealize na habang sa pagtulog niya, parang may malaking barko na papaalis ng pantalan. Sobrang lakas. If you know what I mean. Hahaha. Peace. But kidding aside, through sleeping, ‘dun siya kumukuha ng lakas in order for him to continue his blogging activity. Akala ko wala siyang pahinga. Sa kanyang mga blog posts recently, lahat broken hearted ang topic, his journeys and experiences, etc. (End of Thinking Capacity)
He’s really a fat guy. Kaya nga cuddly, parang cuddly bear. Sabi pa ng iba, sarap niyang yakapin. Well, hindi ko pa naman nayakap ang taong iyon. Maybe some of his suitors around love him so much because of his cuddliness. Sarap daw siyang gawing unan. Try to ask him kung totoo kasi hindi ko pa nasubukan. Haha.
He’s a good manager, entrepreneur and great motivator. He’s like the big boss of every events in the city; manager of a well-known banking institution, a great entrepreneur of his own business (probably monkey business) and a loving uncle, friend and probably lover. That’s Sir Orman Manansala. If you don’t know him, well hindi ka taga GenSan.
I probably forced myself to do this blog post. Hahaha. Just kidding. This will be my last entry for the GESM Contest Week 7. Active nga ako sa Facebook, Plurk but not on the blogging side. Busy nga kayang maging estudyante. Thanks for the Portable Netbook, anywhere nagawa ko ‘tong piece na ‘to. Kahit sa lamay ng kaibigan ko, sa pagsakay ng tricycle, sa paggawa ng ES51 ng aking kaibigan, at during Prelim Exam ng Management 101 kanina. Multitasker ako. Kung kaya isipin, kayang gawin. And Sir Orman is a good example of that person. “Everything’s possible.”