Thursday, May 13, 2010,
was one busy day for our country, knowing that something like the National Elections
could change our whole lives forever. And being part of history sure is one big thing.
Before continuing my dramatic blabbers, I'd like to start this post about how I thought of this topic in the first place. These things are a total nonsense. Blab here, blab there. You might want to skip this part. It's up to you, thou.
Last Monday was really chill for me. I didn't have to worry about anything at all. After my family had gone out to vote, we went to the mall for a stroll and for us to buy stuff for this coming school year too. Including our bags ofc, school shoes, rubber shoes, socks, hankies and much much more. Every people I passed by had indelible inks on their fingers, obviously they've voted. Not my point, really. Hence, every people at the right age had the chance to vote and hopefully
be able to make a change for our poverty-suffering country. I admit, I'm one of the lucky ones who doesn't feel discomfort in life, but seeing other people suffer doesn't make me feel any better. Iglesia Ni Cristo united as one only votes for the deserving candidate who can uplift our country from poverty as it is right now, and our head minister chose Noynoy Aquino
to be the next President, who obviously won by a landslide. If I would be given a chance, I would surely vote. Knowing that maybe, just maybe
, I might be one of those people who can change our motherland forever.-OFF TOPIC-
As you can see, I've got a new theme that's worth bragging. Thanks to its creator of course. I can proudly say that I am now satisfied with this rockin' layout. It's simple yet different from my usual type. Moreover, I've been planning to watch The Last Song
with my cousins for like, forever. Hopefully we get the time.
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