>halloween!

>had the kids in my place for a while, and the freaks are in costume:


saul as some power ranger dude


angel, not as a princess. she’s a queen.


iya as spidey


marty also as spider-man, er, spider-boy


me as a dumbass. maybe a bum.

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>for you to notice – dashboard confessional

>I’m starting to fashion an idea in my head

where I would impress you

with every single word I said.

Would come out insightful, or brave, or smooth, or charming

and you’d want to call me..

And I would be there every time

you’d need me

I’d be there every time…

But for now I’ll look so longingly

waiting…

For you to want me, for you need me, for you to notice me

I’m starting to fashion an idea in my head

where I would impress you

with every single word I said.

Would come out insightful, or brave, or smooth, or charming

and you’d want to call me..

And I would be there every time

you’d need me

I’d be there every time…

I’m starting to fashion an idea in my head

where I would impress you

with every single word I said.

Would come out insightful, or brave, or smooth, or charming

and you’d want to call me..

And I would be there every time

you’d need me

I’d be there every time…

But for now I’ll look so longingly

waiting…

For you to want me, for you need me, for you to notice me

>david hewson

>i “met” this guy while reading an article in the washington post. he made this novel about a serial killer whose pattern of killing is after those of martyrs of the catholic church. now ain’t that a great premise?

i checked his site and i was wowed. he is a great writer! his style reminded me right away of that of dan brown’s and guess what, he pre-dated brown! brown is cashing in using hewson’s ideas. hmp! typical. this is the reason why i was never into reading commercially successful authors. i prefer the classics.

but anyway, back to hewson, he wrote several books that caught my fancy. lucifer’s shadow, a season of the dead, and the villa of mysteries are now in my wish list. i bet i can buy them online, say like amazon, and get them cheaper if i buy in bundles. maybe even free shipping.

also check out hewson’s blog. me adding him in my links.

>hannibal the cannibal is back!

>oh my freaking god, hannibal lecter is back! am listening to the radio right now, and they have this news bit about thomas harris writing a fourth novel to the hannibal series! it’s presently under the title behind the mask.

wait, lemme do a search, there has got to be something out there about this…

hmmm… there’s not much out there. no mention of it in the author’s site. there is a hint of clue in a washinton post article though (i like the line in the article about cheering on lecter when he sauteed the fbi agent’s brain and fed it to him, haha!). an article in the nytimes site suggests the same – having hannibal so open-ended that it screams a fourth installment. there’s a picture of harris there. he looks like santa claus. creepy.

>i’m feeling grrreat!

>jLo won’t stop singing “feelin’ so good” in my head. which is okay. i just turned in my tax return project and my last tax issue reaction paper. it is a goddam relief. sarap ng feeling, pare, sooobra.

added to this is the ever growing population of the worship of kiko in accounting, haha! seriously, i used to say i’m two steps away from being a god, i think i just made another step.

since just this wednesday, i’ve been making marks and slowly burning my name in the brains of my fellow accounting majors. last tuesday, i did my presentation in cost accounting. people did dare to question my findings, i made them look dumb. sorry, amy, you are pretty, but dear, don’t ask such questions. then i had intermediate yesterday, and i stole the spotlight again from my prof. she was even astounded with my easier was of computing understatements and overstatements of net income due to variances in beginning and ending inventory. ha! and just a few minutes ago, i did the same thing in cost. the teacher said it took him half an hour to finish this standard costing problem. i did mine in five – in class! it was supposed to be a take-home quiz, but i was too pre-occupied with my tax return project that i forgot about it, so i had to do it in class. even had to borrow a book since i didn’t bring mine.

this is turning to be a great day. i hope it stays that way for the rest of the week! i can’t wait for the weekend, i’m gonna see the kids again. i’m helping out saul with his research about venus, i think. maybe i’ll take him to watch sharktale. maybe. if angel behaves.

>i miss blogging, spreading to thin, bullshit and a pretty blonde

>i still can’t find time to blog. i just realized how thin i am spreading myself after talking to anna and russell (my groupies for this cost accounting shit going on). i have four upper division accounting classes, one art class, tutoring three students, a work study at the nursing department and of course, the night audit job at the motel.

i’m glad that the cost project thing is done in the mean time. had to take my notebook several times to school and do work in class (ate in was asking earlier why we had electrical sockets on our desks. that’s why.). that is why i am offline most of the times lately. i used to just leave my place with my notebook hooked up on the net. anyway, the presentation went well. we had the shortest presentation. our strategy was to be concise, do not give out financial information, to wow them visually and to dazzle them with bull shit. i think we achieved all four. of all people who would dare ask me a question, amy did. she has got to be the prettiest accounting major student that i know of (my friend laura doesn’t really count anymore, since she is out of the business school already). but by golly, she’s dense. sayang. or maybe that was just an act, just to check if i know my financial ratios and ways to interpret them. i dunno. i’ll try to grab a pic of her one of these days 🙂

gotta go now, still have a cpa law test, 6 to 9 tonight. great.