All About "That Issue"

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Hi! Sorry, I know it's been too long. It's just that I have been busy with a lot of things lately (work and extra-curricular activities). Another reason why I haven't updated this blog is because I have another blog on WordPress and has been busy taking writing courses left and right. I actually don't know how I manage to do all those stuff within 24 hours, but somehow I'm still alive and rocking. Guess I really am Superwoman, you know.
But that's not exactly why I suddenly blogged. I am composing this because I want to say something about the stupid issue that's currently going on Twitter. Yes, the one about Lea Salonga, Aldub and Joey De Leon. You all know how big a Lea Salonga fan I am; how I'm protective of her. I just want to say my two-cents worth about this issue, even if I know this will get me nowhere. I really wasn't planning on blogging about it but it's getting out of hand already.


Miss Saigon "Maybe" Lyrics (Definitive Live Recording)

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For those who don't know, "Maybe" is the new song from Miss Saigon 2014 revival. Although I still prefer "Now that I've Seen Her" (or "Her or Me", whichever you prefer), I also love this new song because it's so powerful. It's the perfect song to slash your wrist by, smash your head with a sledgehammer, rip your heart out and crush it into a million pieces. Yup, all that in one song.

The song I transcribed was from the definitive live recording. I thought I'd share the lyrics since it's not available yet. But before you listen to the song and read the lyrics at the same time, it's better if you have your Kleenex on hand because this is going to be heartbreaking. Come on, do it now. You good? No? Fine, but don't say you haven't been warned. Okay, here goes:

"Maybe" (Lyrics)
Performed on: Miss Saigon (2014 Revival)


Me in 10 GIFs During Miss Saigon's 25th Anniversary Gala Finale

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OH. MY. FREAKING. GOD. Miss Saigon's 25th Anniversary gala performance so fucking good! Even though I wasn't able to work properly because I kept crying during the entire three-hour online radio broadcasting of the show on BBC Radio UK, it was well worth it. But when the Lea Salonga finally come out of the stage and began singing This is the Hour, I was a fucking wreck. I just lose it.

LC Crying
Me throughout the show.
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20 Things to Know Before Once Upon a Time Season 4 Starts

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I've been binge-watching Once Upon a Time for the past few days and come to realize a few things. I think season three is the best season yet and can't wait for the next season. So in honor and preparation for Sunday, I'm here to share with you the ten things I realized about the seasons 1-3 and another ten you should know before season four premier.


Book Review: The Single Woman (by Mandy Hale)

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The back cover says, "Happy is still Happy, with or without the Ever After." While I'm definitely not what the author aims herself to be (aka 'single for life'; at least that's how she sounded to me), I'd take this book and look at it as a guide; a confirmation that I can be happy and free to live the kind of life that I wanted even without a 'significant other' (for now).