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Confessions of a Rebondee - A new MOI!

It has been a week now since I had a total makeover as some of my friends said. Right now, I am experiencing mixed emotions, a little bit of exhiliration and something that I cannot pinpoint. Regret perhaps? I was thinking why it took me so long to decide on this self improvement move that I may have totally missed out on some of the good things that I might have had. But I realize that everything has a purpose and a perfect time for everything. I was not ready then, but I am definitely ready now!

I feel that people open up to me more. They smile at me when they see me and I feel a kindredship (if there's such a word) towards everyone. I now realize that it may have been me. Having this new look may have improve my self confidence thus, people can sense that I am more at ease with myself. Whew! that was a mouthful.

I even feel that people see me, the real ME, for the first time. This I found out when my best friend told me that he liked the blouse I was wearing but I fondly told him that this is an old blouse and I have worn it so many times already. And he sarcastically remarked, "Eh, di kapansin-pansin nun noh. Wa epek nun! ". It was a joke but it hit dead center - it hit a sensitive spot. Was I less of a woman then compared to now? He then reassured me (maybe he sensed that I felf bad about his remark), "It's now in the past bestfriend. Wag mo ng balikan yun."

Oh well, that was a sage advice. Maybe, that's what I should do. Don't turn back. Look ahead with wonder and be amazed with what life is in store. Basta ako... my theme song now is,,,, "Bongga ka day! " and "I am coming out, I want the world to know and let the feelings show!" This is the new ME! Watch out world!

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