Tuloy Lang


Our neighbourhood is currently playing “Turn Down For What”

I requested this song last April on my 26th birthday and only this song played

Even though I was heavily drunk they didn’t play the other request, “Like a G6”.

But ya know folks.

My life has been a real party this year.

I’m kinda over sentimental things and ruminating and analyzing them and just go bout the release of the beat and music.

I have forgotten everything disgusting that’s happened and am currently learning to enjoy every moment I have in peace even though my life is not perfect.

Thanks 2018 for making me a strong princess.

Maybe, prince

Oh whatever.

Thanks so much for WordPress, 120 followers and a big blast to all of you

Thanks for making me believe in myself.

That even though I didn’t join any pageant, won anything, had my first sale, got anything, my life is still


Thanks to Junko Mikami for greeting me Merry Christmas, for the kindness since 2016.

She has been my pen pal anonymously from Japan and her email has sent sparks from my heart

That even though, you aint got a happy family, too many people bullied you per se, or hurt you

Took advantage of your heart and kindness

You are ready to slay forward

Over and over again.

Thanks to the people who left me hanging

Who literally, left me.

Baby, it’s cold outside.

Happy Holidays, folks


Why not?


Let me get this straight.

You are alone in this world, so very alone that strangers become permanent places you would visit and likely encounter day to day… Should you feel indifferent about the causalities which led to your aloneness? Or do you give in and feel sorry your circumstances led you in such unforgivable state?

The answer lies within you. The happiness that you seek, after all cannot be found in the midst of externalities.

What makes you shine through or become better and happier is from the choosing to be happy or brighter.

In this world many people will leave us and hurt our souls.

It is inevitable to regret sharing parts of ourselves, deepest forms of our character to them who will just lie around and make our minds hurt of despair and confusion.

The thing is, it is very hard to forgive and forget. When the incidents are gone the terrible memories remain. Those demons we face on our own are remnants of how we battled some scars in dealing with people and problems.

Again it is not very easy to forget. Much more forgive people who never bothered apologizing, feeling the bit remorseful or showing a little humility along the way.

But guess what? It’s their problem. Not ours to bear or carry. So whatever you are holding through, I salute you for being brave.

Not everyone can smile in darkness or laugh while hurting. The best ones do.

Love, keep smiling.