Friday, April 01, 2011

My Baby Love



It's a new month. I feel incredibly happy, like something is about to come though I don't know what. I miss writing to you. I am listening to Robyn's Hang With Me right now, and the music is making me feel light and free. Like a kite drifting in the summer sky.

How are you, my dearest sister? How is spring treating you across the ocean? I miss you. I wish we can be together more often.

I have grown used to being far from you, and I've built a nice comfortable world here in Manila. But sometimes late at night, I find myself wondering what would it be like if we were together? Would we still be roommates? =) Paano na ang mga lalaki natin? (What about all our men?) Hahaha =)

You know, I am really proud of you. I don't think I say it often, but I am. I always tell my friends about you. One of my favorite anecdotes was the first time I saw you last Christmas and I said

"OMG! Is that a limited edition Marc Jacobs bag?"

Grabe, parang kailan lang lahat ng ito pangarap lang. (It just seemed like not so long ago, all this was just a dream.) I mean, look at you, your life is so… stable while mine is still so uncertain after all these years.

You have a job you love, a fiancé, a mortgage! All the things that define stability, while I'm still the crazy boy running all over Manila. I always knew you'd get married first. You always had this sense of determination to get what you want, a quiet strength that I have seen through the years.

I can't wait to see you and to spend your last few days of being single together. I will throw you the most kick ass bridal shower party!

I'm glad you had fun during your trip to Mexico. Someday, let's go there and we will try this drug from the peyote cactus found in Mexico. It is known as the bruja's brew among the Yaqui Indians. I heard it can be a life changing experience.

I am very excited to visit India for the first time. I will be spending most of my time in the Rajasthan region and see the blue and pink cities. I am also considering going on a camel safari in the Goa desert.

We shall see. As always, there is never enough time to do all that we want.

Do write. I miss you terribly.



Spiral Prince said...


I'm once again reminded why I wanted to have an older brother.

This is sweet, Kane. :)

Anonymous said...

hello kuia.



orally said...

Should definitely go Goa. Beautiful beaches and bitches. Careful with what u eat though. Hello food poisoning. Buy lots of bottled water

Mu[g]en said...

And to think, your sister was my crush back in First Year college. =)

How things have changed.

Xian Garvida said...

sweet! how i wish i could have an older brother or younger sister.. :(

Lulu LaBonne said...


Wish my brother said such nice things.

Can't wait to hear about India xx

Aris said...

ang bait naman ni kuya. :)

Ryan said...

How time flies. She is so blessed to have you as her brother, Kane. Not everyone thinks about their siblings this way.

Anonymous said...

Very nice... I got teary eyed. Have fun in India! See u soon!