I'm thinking of trying to enjoy another view of Baguio or Bohol or at least just a taste of Malapascua Island in Visayas for March.
What does it mean to be in hibernation thoughts, I asked myself.
Perhaps have a 1 a.m. to 11 a.m. sleep and enjoy 10-hour development framework of my idle mind.
Not to mention getting up around 12 noon and lazily prepare your lunch that you would be having around government employees' prompt 3 o'clock merienda time.
Above all, leaving behind the Jun Lozada craze, Neri's forgetful mind, FG's needle therapy and the noble profession of the military and police's code of silence adhering their hear no evil, see no evil and say no evil slogan until the end of time.
But for now, I can only enjoy looking at paid advertisements of island hopping around Talicud Island, the promo airfare sale of the Cebu Pacific, PAL's swingaround discounted packages and the famous Church entrance notice that reads:
"Dear Parishioners. Please don't leave your bags, wallets and cellphones unattended. Others might think these are the answers to their prayers!"