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I searched my trunk this afternoon and found these things:

  • Angel figures
  • Artwork ? hehe and
  • Choir piece
I'm happy that I was able to keep these as most of them were from my high school days. 
Warning: My camera is not great :(

Angel figurines, both were given by Ralph Ryan Ramos in two separate Christmas. :)
Memories of my first year high school. 

This figurine was pretty tough, no broken parts yet even if I rambled it with other figures.
See the names written under? That's the proof. I regret not writing the date back then.

Another angel. Not that expensive looking but very significant.

Now I wonder why Ralph likes giving me angel figurines? Maybe because he wants these angels to guide me. :) Sweet.  

Copied Pastel. I don't know the name of this piece. This was made out of a school activity in my Humanities subject in college. 

This makes me remember:
  • The borrowing of coloring materials.
  • Doing overtime at school.
  • My gay professor.

Choir Piece. A choir piece entitled Old Time Religion. We sang this song during a choir competition in my fourth year high school. :D

This makes me remember:
  • My choirmates and our unofficial conductor.
  • My crushes in choir.
  • My solo part in this song.
  • Choir caroling every Christmas.

Memories are best remembered with these well-preserved memorabillias. Keeping these things makes me whole as I was reminded of the different bits of my life that I often forgot. Try keeping small things, candy wrapper, bottle caps etc. that will make you remember the big events that happened in your life. It will not break a sweat and is worth doing. Just make sure to have enough space for those memories! 

Make and keep lots of them. :)


Glens is a full time Systems Developer and part time wanderer. On weekends she's mostly at home watching series, anime or anything of her interest. Sometimes, she can be seen backpacking or hiking. But she can ditch that over comfort food and bed weather.

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