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What happened in 2013?

2012 has been a very happy year, and 2013, well, was so-so.

It started really great. An out of the country trip for the first time. Memorable moments there. Then things went out of hand. A lot of ups and downs happened as the months progressed. 

A lot of changes happened. A lot of regrets. A lot of what ifs.

But despite all of these, I am still thankful. I met new cool people this year. Well, like I said, my first out of the country, SG! And my first time in Boracay and Anawangin too. A lot of gala this year with friends, i think. It was a tiring but fun year.

And of course, the best thing that came this year is our little angel, Baby Clyde Euann.  Our house has never been this fun🙂

Now, I am looking forward to a better new year. I really wish 2014 will be a lot better. And I am praying that i’ll be happier next year!🙂


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