pag aalahanin ka tapos biglang mag text kinakamusta ka…tapos masasayahan ka kasi nag txt….pero sya yung tipo ng tao na matipid din sa txt…hindi mo tuloy alam kung may masama ka bang nasabi…mali ba nasabi mo or what…
Second day of the 3-4 day rain forecast, and indeed, its wet outside…
Good thing its not that hard. Just a bit of drizzles right now. I really don’t want to bring my umbrella to work. Commuting + a big pink umbrella can be a bit of a hassle… sometimes, I just want to travel light…, without holding anything :/
But don’t get me wrong, I LOVE that pink umbrella. Its cute, light and… very protective and reliable~! (^__^)
This is sad. Oh, my heart breaks listening to her.
It’s true that the messages we receive in magazines, television shows & through movies tend to reflect the ideals that ‘thin is in’. It’s also true that this is a problem that seems to pervasive, and affects everyone; men & women alike.
But 6 year olds? Yup. And it’s more of a problem than you probably think.
Unfortunately we can’t control all the messages that kids are exposed to on a daily basis. That’s why it’s important for parents, teachers & other adults to help their children filter through these messages and make sense of them in a healthy way. Kids need to know about photo-shopping. They need to know that eating healthy is good for you, not something you should do only to lose weight. They need to know that people come in ALL shapes & sizes. They need to know that they’re beautiful the way they are.
Full of complaints, rants and pointing of fingers…but ask them for a solution or even a suggestion, most of them would just shrug or say “that’s not my problem… that’s why we vote for officials// that’s not my responsibility, the president’s (or whoever official they want to point the finger at/blame) responsible for it”
… sorry, just a response to a saddening and disappointing video I just saw :c