Do you have the gutts to looks through somebody’s window? If yes, have you found anything that interests you?
Yesterday, I watched this Filipino film Starting Over Again. I find the film interesting. I don’t usually watch Filipino drama-romantic films because first I’m not a fan and second I don’t like the storyline (very typical unrealistic happy ending etc.). But this one is different from the ones I’ve seen before because the story depicts reality.
The movie is about a student and a professor who fell in love with each other. Everything’s fine with them until one day the girl have decided to leave his man to pursue her dreams abroad. She left him without talking to him first, so the guy really got upset and depressed. He sent her sms and emails but he got no replies. One day he wrote to her via lettermelater.com and told her how much he feels and how he’s hoping that they could still find their way back one day and also he’s giving her the time that she needs. The letter was sent four years later and when the girl read it, the memories came back and she realized that she still loves the guy.
To make the story short, she tried her best to win him back eventhough he has already a new girlfriend but it’s already too late because he’s really inlove with his new girlfriend.
The film has a sad ending but it depicts reality. Not everyone can wait that long for someone. Eventually we move on and find another one who can fill the hole in our hearts.
So if you’re planning to leave someone, be sure that you don’t have any feelings for that person anymore. If there are issues in the relationship, solve it right away. In that way your exodus is free from any guilt, regrets and of course drama :).
Lindesnes lighthouse (fyr) is the oldest lighthouse in Norway. It is located just a couple of kilometers away from the southernmost part of the country which is Lindesnes. It was first lit in 1656 and is still being used today. Lindesnes is almost 3 hours car drive from Stavanger and 1 hour and 30 mins from Kristiansand.
I remember the first time I heard about lighthouses, I was around 5 years old. I think it was dad who told me stories that lighthouses are a ship captains’ “resthouse”. He told me that in order for the captains to live free in those lighthouses they would need to work inside the lighthouse by turning the lights on and off. If not their souls would be sucked by demons. Lol.
Anyway, last weekend was my friend’s bachelorette. We have decided to rent a flat in Lindesnes and had party there and the following day we went to Lindesnes fyr. None of us have been there before so everyone got really happy when we got there.
This is the view on the way to the top.
Missing someone you really care (love) about is like being stuck in a traffic jam on a highway and having the need to go to the bathroom (but you can’t because you’re stuck!). You try to hold it in and concentrate not to pee in your car, dream about the bathroom, try to distract yourself and wish that time would fly quick but no matter what you do nothing helps because your bladder is already full. Thus resulting in a bad mood, regrets (ex. for driving in rush traffic) and a big chance of panicking. Or in other words, you become vulnerable.
I have read a post on Facebook with the title “Why Complicate Life”. It says there that if you miss somebody you should call (see) him/her. Sounds very easy but we all know it’s not because we are tied up to our commitments. I’m always trying to stay positive in my everyday life but I have to admit I get sad and sometimes frustrated because I don’t get to see that person and that I won’t be able to meet him anytime I want. I have to wait…
(If only I could buy patience…)
“Bartender! 3 shots of patience please!”
Anyways, I hate this feeling but it made me realize how much I appreciate, want and love you so badly that no matter how hard it is to miss you, I’m going to endure the feeling. And it’s because you’re worth it.