Saturday, June 23, 2012

Youngsters to Oldies

Last Saturday, Both of my cousins and I went to this formal Rotary event held at the Bouganville resort up in Antipolo.

Before the prayer, this lovely girl danced for us while The Prayer was playing.

Jack-jack and is awkward yet adorable smile!

Me ad my messy hair hahaha!

Special guest: Tito Ernie! Catch him on GMA! 

^ My cousin being her pretty self

My uncle is now the new president of the Rotary club of Cainta!

Then we were called on to the "stage".

The night was really fun, especially when my uncle started dancing!

I realized that night that I really like staying up late and looking fab. Hahahaha!

Wednesday, June 13, 2012

What's In My Bag

I just recently thought of a new blog series I would do which is called What's In My Bag. I saw a bunch of people doing this on tumblr and I really thought it was school so I'm going to give it a try!

So school just started for me today (check out the full post here) and so I obviously had to bring a bag to school. Being lazy-ass Emilyn, I decided not to bring my books because I don't have a lock for my locker yet.

So these are the things I brought to school today:

Today, I used my Boulder Ridge bag because it was small and had 2 shoulder straps so I wouldn't have to hold anything.

Things I brought:
  1. Airhead: Being Nikki by Meg Cabot book
  2. Spare Muji notebook
  3. Strepsils (Just in case!)
  4. Maybelline shine free cake powder (Nude Beige)
  5. Nivea Angel Star lip balm
  6. Hair clips and an elastic
  7. Rosary in my Mickey Mouse case
  8. Ellips French Vanilla cologne
  9. Mirror from my Guess bag
  10. Sea snake skin wallet
  11. Sweet Pea loion
  12. Black pencil case
  13. Paulinian Appreciation Day '12 fan from last year
I'm probably already going to switch bags because I'm going to start bringing books tomorrow so expect another What's In My Bag post soon!

Day in the life of a Junior

I am now a Junior, currently on my 3rd year as part of the High School department at SPCP and I am quite okay as to how things are going so far.

I'm pretty sad that I'm not in the same room with my group of friends but I think this will help me grow as a student and as a person 'cause this could help me learn to "go out of my comfort zone" and what-not.

Today, we found out our schedule for almost every Wednesday of my entire Junior year and I'm pretty okay with the subjects except for the fact that we have Math then Physics right after but I think it's tolerable 'cause we have our lunch break in between, haha!

To be honest, I was really looking forward to this school year because this is the year where we get to do lots of performances like our class production of Beowulf, and other group performances like Romeo & Juliet and Macabre films. Sadly, I did not really end up in the room I'd like to be in.

I mean, yeah sure, I'm fine with my classmates although I wish I had different classmates.

So, day 1 of my Junior year is done. 10 more months to go and it's summer '13!

I'm pretty sure this is going to be a wild ride, this year.

Monday, June 11, 2012

Cross Jewelry

Hello everyone! My name is Scarlett and I write fashion posts over at The Trendy Chick. Writing my blog is my way to express my love for fashion. I have only been blogging for about 6 months now, so I am not a well known blogger. But it is my hobby, and I love doing it! I would also love it if you guys would stop by sometime and say hi! 

In the past couple weeks, I have been seeing a ton of girls wearing cross jewelry. Everything from cross necklaces to cross bracelets or cross rings! Today, I want to show you a couple different places to buy cute cross jewelry for not too much money.

There is a website that sells these adorable cross bracelets and other jewelry. These bracelets are only $11 on They are so cute, and I have heard that they are great quality, as long as you keep them away from water. As most of you know, arm candy is super popular right now! So adding a couple of these cross bracelets to your normal bracelets will really look cute!

Forever 21 is a great option for cheap cross necklaces. They are all under $7. But of course, that means the quality is not as good either. I only buy pieces that I will wear occasionally from there, because they tarnish way too quickly! If you are interested, just go onto and search "cross". 

Lastly, I have an option for those who want a less bold cross. This necklace from Wet Seal has a cross and many other charms. It is a great option to add to a lot of different outfits, and it is only $9.50! Think of how adorable it would be when paired with a simple v neck or a simple dress! Be careful not to pair it with a dress with a bold pattern though, because then it won't be seen as easily! 

If you like reading posts like this one, don't forget to checkout my blog too!

xo, Scarlett

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Check out her amazing blog!

Friday, June 8, 2012

Summer's over!

This summer wasn't anything I expected at all. It was pretty lame compared to the previous ones 'cause we didn't even go to the beach at all and I only swam twice in 2 months so that's pretty sad.

Also, school's about to start in a couple of days and I am absolutely not ready. As of right now, everyone is panicking over the class list (even myself) and I really wish I get a good class because of everything we're going to be doing this year.

To end this boring rant about school, enjoy a few Macabre videos from the previous batches from my school!
The Last Vice by surething723
Playmate by bianca12345287
Athena Bria by allYSSAboutme
To The Reader by ysa722

None of these videos are mine. I got them all from youtube.

Sunday, June 3, 2012

Here kitty, kitty!

Yesterday, my family and I went to SM to buy a few things for school and planned for my room.

I helped my mom choose what bag to buy for her office bag and then helped her choose some black shoes for my brother. We settled on buying the Batman edition one and then the saleslady told us that we were given a chance to win a free ticket for the showing of The Dark Knight Rises!

I for one absolutely love these things because of the suspense.

So I ripped it open and peeled off the first layer and...

I'll accept them as my advance birthday gift from SM. Thank you, SM! :-)

Featured on Whimsical Nothings!

Today, I was given the opportunity to be a guest blogger over at Whimsical Nothings!

In the meantime, enjoy some blooper photos!

Check out the full post here!

Project # 1

I've only gotten into interior designing this summer and my first project is my room.

For some absurd reason, I decided to paint my room pink. Light pink for the walls and a slightly darker pink for the accent.

The only thing in my room right now would be my clothes, my uncle's old television and study table. I already have a plan as to how I want my room to look like
Here's a very, very rough draft of my room. (It's my 1st 3D drawing so sorry if it's not really that good)

Also, I've been practicing on some patterns and things I want in my room:

Also, yesterday, we went to SM to buy some things for my brother then we saw this really cool piece and we instantly got it!
Can't wait to get my furniture and actually start lay-outing the real thing!

Road trips at its finest Part II

As a continuation of my previous post, my uncle needed a family photo for his induction as President for the Rotary Club of Cainta (I think) so we went back to Tanay and took our photo.

Blogger world, meet my family.
(L-R) My uncle (Jorge), my brother (Miguel), my dad (Jon), my mom (Cathy), my grandmother (Momsie), my guy cousin (Jack-jack), my aunt (Pinky), my girl cousin (Issa) and myself!

My dad told us to run again, so we did, again. It was still extremely fun and even my brother got into it!


I'm pretty sure this won't be our last impromptu family photo shoot. I am extremely looking forward to more of these!

All photos were taken by my dad, Jon Aguirre.

Road trips at its finest Part I

Last 26th of May, my parents decided that we go to Tanay so my brother can go out of the house and we can go around Rizal.

We found this cute little place that sells fruits and veggies and herbs and my dad made me taste this leaf which tasted surprisingly sweet although I can't really remember what it was called. The cute part of that little herb-selling-place was that they had a sign that said "Farmville" and the sign looked really authentic!

(L-R) My mom, my brother, myself, my cousin. Check out Farm Ville @ Tanay!

While we were on the road,  we decided to have a mini-photo shoot for the heck of it!
My cousin (Issa) and I thinking about how to "pose" (Mind you, this was all for fun)

My cousin and I trying to be "fierce".

My cousin and I attempting to do gymnastics and failing HAHA!

My dad then told us to run, so we ran. 

That day was absolutely fun, seeing dogs at Farm Ville, actually finding a Farm Ville sign that looks legit, running around Tanay to take photos, pigging out at Burger King afterwards and getting drunk on apple juice.

All photos were taken by my dad, Jon Aguirre.
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