Yuri Lee from the Lookbook team offered to have me change my blog’s lookbook widget into a better one. Now it won’t work!
Anyone know how to fix this?
Someone’s comment on formspring reminded me about how people keep telling me i look like Han Hyo Joo, a Korean superstar LOL. I can’t count how many times I’ve been asked if I know her. I don’t see the resemblance, do you? Don’t get me wrong, I think she’s really pretty. I just don’t see it! I get mistaken for a Korean a lot, especially because there are so many of them in the Philippines.
Photo by Marky Cantalejo
Here are some photos of me and Michael. A lot of readers apparently think I post too little pictures of him! haha
Going back to Cebu in a few hours!
the title of this blog post makes absolutely zero sense.
I never really understood why people take your work and pass it off as their own. Take for example CALI MOSCARDON of http://thirstythought.tumblr.com. I was recently made aware of the blog imitation by Rachel, the awesome photographer from my last minute shoot. She copied my blog name, blog title, and even my author’s description. Cali, if you’re reading this, please stop. It’s really sad. Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery, yes. But not when you don’t credit the original source.
Sunday afternoon with Michael, Yanyan and Olga. <3 Thanks to LEA ANN for the awesome photo! Again. haha
My brother says that all my friends end up looking like me, one way or another. That’s very strange, and yet, at the same time, very true! In highschool, I used to spend most of my time with Ken Casas. We went to Japan together, moved to Manila together, etc. Wherever we went, everyone asked us if we were sisters! And..now that ken’s busy with med school, I spend most of my time with Yanyan, and the same things are starting to happen. People can’t tell us apart! Even our parents get confused. Its so weird!
Was totally gonna crop Jeff out of the photo. But look, he's smiling! for the first time!!! hahaha
Do you think we look alike?