Here's the video of Switchfoot playing one of their more popular song, Dare you to move. The quality is not that good but who cares?! I watched and had a great time! Hehehe.
The date was September 10, 2007 when Switchfoot rocked the Cuneta Astrodome. Nothing dampened my spirit that night. Never mind that Mon purchased a ticket on the opposite side of the court or that we forgot to conceal the camera we brought so we had to surrender it to the reception area. By God's grace we still got to enjoy the concert together. Thanks to the unnamed girls who were very kind to let us occupy one of their extra seats. And also, we had our cellphones with us so we still got to take some pictures and videos.
I really had a great time! I was jumping, head banging, shouting support to their multi-tasking Filipino band member Jerome Fontamillas, and singing at the top of my lungs. To top it all off, we watched the band eat Balut live onstage. Hehehe.
To those who were there I know you'd agree with me that the concert was a hit. And to those who didn't watch, you missed a great concert... :-)
June has finally come 'round. The wedding month so they say. Are there wedding bells for me yet? Nada. But I'm no longer obsessing about getting married. I think I've finally come to a point that I'm not in a hurry to get married. I believe it's better to wait for the right person rather than get married for the wrong reasons. So, who would really be the right person for me? Here's something I found which can shed some light to this profound question. :-)
When Jenny was born, the "Goddess of Love" was in Gemini the Twins...proverbially, the most talkative of the twelve signs. So, does Jenny have a thing for chatterboxes? Well, certainly the natural lover is one who enjoys a good conversation, and that means listening as well as talking. The real point here is that Jenny responds in a viscerally romantic way to people who always have something new and interesting about which to speak. These are individuals, in other words, who are very much engaged with learning, with seeing new places and meeting new people. They sense that life is rich and brief and that we'd better "eat it now" while we have it. Jenny can certainly be faithful, but this is not the type of person who can or should truly "forsake all others." The natural mate is one who easily allows space for contact with other people, and expects the same attitude in return. Part of the magic of such a partnership lies in its deep commitment to freshness and change, to mental stimulation, and to the ongoing adventure.
"Just living is not enough", said the butterfly, "One must have sunshine, freedom, and a little flower."
-Hans Christian Anderson-
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