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Absent.

How do other people do it? I mean, stay up late and wake up early, and manage to stay up late again? I'm beat, and I need to learn to schedule these activities of mine more effectively. Countless seminars, techniques, books, and trainings I've already gone to on time management, but somehow I feel like "I'm spreading myself too thin" these past few days and weeks. And I'd like to publicly acknowledge my sister's efforts on keeping the party going (for me and her daughter) last July 28, taking care of my guests while I wasn't there and handling the food and preparations.

And regarding the pictures, I've been really wanting to put up pictures of my sisses on the site -- however I don't know if this is the appropriate place to put them. I just feel lucky that every monday and thursday afternoon, when I get out of a guelling laboratory class, I have my sisses to greet me -- and make my day. Seeing a lot of beautiful ladies at any given time makes my day -- especially if I'm not having a very nice one. I'm putting up snaps here, just for your eyes to feast on (I love the UPLB Computer Science Society).

And who wouldn't love to hold a hand like this? Or be touched by it? Or... Ok, I'm not going there. I was sepia frenzied earlier today, had too much fun with beautiful ladies and the beautiful natural lighting.

Or would you rather want that she (Maika is her name, and yes she's taken) be thinking of you instead? I'm just lucky that I have sisses that would love to get their picture taken, and wouldn't mind their pictures be posted on the net. Yes, THEY ARE BEAUTIFUL. And I can't blame myself for wanting to take pictures of my beautiful sisses.

And with the quality of the pics I can take with my cam, I'm just blessed -- plain blessed. I just wish I wouldn't run out of beautiful subjects as long as I can take pictures. A guy can only get so lucky.

Just for kicks though, would you happen to be able to guess what this next picture is? I'm blowing it up so people can take a guess. I intentionally took the picture in sepia to capture more "drama" but it wouldn't have mattered had I taken it in B&W or color. I'd love to hear what you think this next picture is about.


CHill...

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  1. lotsa pretty faces man! the photos are very artsy. like the angle and the contrast on the hand. makes me wonder what you can do with a camera packed with more features!

    keep em coming pre :) now im really wanting that phone heheheh :D having more than one camera won't hurt ;)

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  2. that last pic is an aromatherapy burner, if i'm not mistaken. you put a candle in the thing under the teapot-like watchamacallit, and you put your favorite aromatherapy oil/water blend into the pot on top.

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