I’ve been busy the past two weeks with the following things.  Finally, I’m doing something concrete at work, it’s a welcome change and I’m not complaining at all.  Then two weeks ago I’ve attended a wedding and just this week end I went to travel outside Luzon for rest and recreation.  Aside from this, I’ve been addicted to the US shows and all of them have premiered last September. 

Joining the long list (Brothers & Sisters, The Amazing Race, Survivor, Supernatural and Glee) of my shows is Hell Cats.  At first, I wasn’t really planning to watch it for the reason that I don’t want to be hooked and I want to devote more time for reading and doing jigsaw puzzles.  But out of curiosity I checked it out and now it’s too late for me to walk away because I think and I’m sure I’ll like it more than Glee since the story is about dancing and dancing is my first love.  Aside from that, it is a CWTV show and I’ve been a loyal follower of their shows from Gilmore Girls to One Tree Hill to Supernatural and I have only good words for these shows.

Anyway, the series is based on the book Cheer: Inside the Secret World of College Cheerleaders by journalist Kate Torgovnick and is described as “Election meets Bring It On”. Actor Tom Welling teamed with Kevin Murphy to executive produce the series, which was initially given the name Cheer.  The story is about Marti Perkins, a pre-law college student at Lancer University, who lost her scholarship and has no other choice but to join the college’s cheer squad, the Hellcats, in order to maintain it.  While the squad is also having problems themselves because they need to win the nationals otherwise the cheer leading program will be cut.  (Source Wikipedia)

Being under CWTV, I can only expect that this series will not be just an ordinary show.  I know that conflicts will be greatly tackled.  One will be about the mother-daughter relationship and another will be about peers.  Now, as I’m writing it I’ve just realized that I have compromised my planned time for reading books and doing my puzzles once again but I know that this will be worth it.



Glee is so much fun to watch.  If you’d find yourself wallowing and whining about sadness and you need to be perked up, I recommend you to watch it 100%.

I really liked the ending of episode 10.  The last song is what I needed to be reminded of.

Just this week, there are nights that I felt like I’m lonely and sad.  I don’t usually get this feeling that much.  That’s why when I feel a little low; I select few sensible friends that I know I can talk to or listen to me as I whine and rant about things.

But unfortunately, I was disappointed.  More on myself than the person I tried to connect with.  I’ve put so much expectation and miscalculated everything.  I should have not put too much pressure on someone and should have listened to what he was saying.

I hate it when I have disagreements with those whom I treasure much.  I feel like I have failed them and I just like to feel awkward when I get to see them.  I hate having or putting gaps.  But what can I do these things happen. I just hope that I can rectify and make him realize that what I needed that time is someone who can just listen and respect that I deserve to have some lonely moments, too even if I’m perky and all.

I just want someone whom I can lean on and listen to me when I’m down.  Was it too much to ask?  I guess so.  Don’t get me wrong, I don’t discount friends if they don’t meet my expectations or needs.  I just want them to feel that sometimes I also feel sad and needy.  I just want them to see that there’s also the other side of me.

Anyway, hearing Lean on Me on Glee is like getting an assurance that I have friends who can do that to me.  At least, that’s what I try to believe in and I know I have them around me.

So here it is I’m sharing the clip from the show.  Enjoy!


If you are having a bad day and you’re tired of singing Daniel Powter’s Bad Day, I am recommending you this show.  Glee is one hell of fun and hilarious show.

From one character to another, you’d surely go crazy over them.

I love the demented characters of course.  First there is Sue, who’s so jaded and wants to be the center of attention.  And of course, there’s Will’s wife Terri who’s selfish and self-centered and Emma who’s almost mistaken as insane for being too obsessive.

But that’s just the start of the countless reasons why you’ll get addicted to it.

The casts’ talents would really be the major reason.  The ensemble’s showmanship in terms of dance, song and delivery is really superb.

Words wouldn’t be enough to describe how good this show is.  Just picture this, I was supposed to do some work this week end but I wasn’t able to do this because I can’t seem to stop watching it.

Anyway, I liked Puck’s performance of the song Sweet Caroline by Neil Diamond, let’s say that I just didn’t expect that he has a good voice and I find it sexy.  So, I’m just sharing this link.

Again, if you are in need of happy thoughts and temporary fix for happiness, Glee is a must-see show.

Where it began, I can’t begin to know when
But then I know it’s growing strong
Oh, wasn’t the spring, whooo
And spring became the summer
Who’d believe you’d come along

Hands, touching hands, reaching out
Touching me, touching you
Oh, sweet Caroline
Good times never seem so good
I’ve been inclined to believe it never would

And now I, I look at the night, whooo
And it don’t seem so lonely
We fill it up with only two, oh
And when I hurt
Hurting runs off my shoulder
How can I hurt when holding you

Oh, one, touching one, reaching out
Touching me, touching you
Oh, sweet Caroline
Good times never seem so good
Oh I’ve been inclined to believe it never would

Ohhh, sweet Caroline, good times never seem so good