i can hear english people tearing up in the distance
THIS. SO MUCH. omg omg yes
(verb) feel sad, repentant, or disappointed over (something that has happened or been done, esp. a loss or missed opportunity).
Note: This is just non-sense. But if you have time for some craps, feel free to read more.
last thursday (January 9) we presented our personal website we’ve been working on for the whole Christmas vacation. I have amazing ideas for the design, so many inspirations, but what’s holding me back is that it has to be coded, and it sucks cause we’ve just taught some of the basics of what we’re required to use, and I’m not really fond of searching codes or experimenting stuffs. And when I saw the works of my colleagues, I’m just like “uuuuuhhh!! I should have done this! or that!” and seriously I’ve been thinking about it the whole night. Sucks.
Recently, just today (hehehe) I went to the mall.
I’m just strolling around, flipping those hangers, looking for something to buy, and some strange things happened, maybe the universe told me to go to the department store to buy a gold and blue bracelet worth 390 pesos! (but it’s on sale, the orig price is 770 something), go home and regret it the whole night!
390 can go a long way :(( Sale pa naman, I should’ve just bought a shirt or bag? or something else.
Uuuuuhhh I don’t know why I bought that thing, it’s not really that beautiful, I don’t wear bracelets anymore (now I have to -_-) It is so frustrating
Lessons? Maybe think a million times before doing/ saying something, because it’s out it’s out you can never take them back. Or Maybe if you’re a compulsive buyer like me, have this in mind - "IS THIS REALLY NECESSARY? WHERE WOULD I USE THIS? HOW OFTEN WOULD I USE THIS?"
I like designing websites, I can do programs. But why is there a sudden feeling of shifting to Marketing? Or maybe Communication Arts? Theater?