testimonials

from my Friendster account… lol

timmy

I was chatting with Jasmine, Timmy’s best friend and playmate, when she mentioned that Timmy was asking her why I don’t have an article about him on my blog site, TheCuriousMe.

He wants to know if he didn’t have a great impact in my life to warrant an article. It’s funny because I’ve been receiving similar queries and some are even requesting for me to write an article about them. Ha!

Anyway, I’ve completely forgotten about Timmy’s query when I stumbled upon the testimonials in my Friendster’s account which was buried in one of my dormant email addresses.

And to my surprised, he has a testimonial for me! Ha! I wonder what prompted him to post a testimonial? It was Jasmine whom I kept bugging to post a testimonial for me but she did not make any effort to post one because of unending “blah blah”.

testimonial

Timmy is the boy-next door type who loves to play computer games. He’s quick-witted and a complete hearthrob in which he’s unaware of. In my point of view, he’s like a kid trapped in a grown up’s body.

His bubbly attitude and positive outlook in life makes people drawn to him, aside from his good looks of course! Nah, I’m not trying to sell him or feed his ego, I’m just stating a fact. :p

Jasmine & Timmy

One of the fondest things that we had was on how often we gang up on Jasmine for her “penchant” for the English language and for cooking “edible” foods. 😉

I’m looking forward to hanging out again with them! This time, on the other side of the world where four seasons exist.  See ya soon guys!

 

mull over

I’m a very sentimental person when my love cup is nearly empty. Reading and writing long letters keeps me going and makes me see the world with a loving gaze. Ha!  Thus, when I was in “muni muni” (mulling over things) mode the other day, I suddenly had the urge to dig up old testimonials posted in my Friendster account six years ago.  I knew, I copied and pasted most of it in a word document and saved it somewhere.

I frantically searched my external hard disk but to no avail. Then, it dawned on me that it might be attached in my old emails. I “rummage” my email like crazy… and voila! I found some of it. The big chunk of testimonials are still floating around though. 😦

Below is the testimonial that touched me the most:
“I look up to her as a sister. Thing is, i think she’s learning a lot from me (about anything) instead of the other way around. A beautiful person inside and out. Intellectual. Modest. I appreciate the fact that we have transparency to each other, I mean, I can tell her everything, about my problems, experiences, ideas, opinions, and she can do the same to me, and we don’t have to always agree about those. We don’t always say yes to each other… this makes her a true friend. There was one time when she said no, though. And I got hurt. When she left Lorma, I got bitter about it… I’d say she’s the only real and the best instructor I’ve ever had. A mentor. Most people in the institution failed to see that. One fact I love about her: not the party-animal type of instructor. She knows the boundaries between her and her students. I’ve wanted her to stay until I graduate, I cried A LOT. But life is not getting what we always want(ed). I can’t just imagine losing a good friend like her…”

– Ayi (Posted in Friendster last Tuesday, May 24, 2005)

screenshot from friendster.com

Awwww…. Thanks Little Big Sister! 🙂 Guess what, we still keep in touch almost everyday. Isn’t it that marvelous? 😉 Aja!