Delamar’s Brain Farts

May 18, 2009

To All The Undecided and On-Limbo Grads

Filed under: Uncategorized — delamar @ 2:35 pm

I once had the distinct pleasure of being served by a waiter who was quite passionate about what he chose to do for a living. Rare, right? Usually people get into waitering/waitressing because it is one of the easiest jobs to get. Just look up most Hollywood stars and most of them, at one point or another, had done some waitressing to pay the bills and tide them over before their big break into celebritydom. No one grows up wanting to be a waiter or waitress. It is not in the list of ambitions our parents fed us to want to be. But this guy, he loved what he did for a living and it showed. If you ask him what is good on the menu, he will give you a detailed albeit not boring list of reasons why you should choose the pasta over the steak that particular day. He always served you with a smile. He seemed genuinely happy to see you walk in. He remembers what you like and what you don’t like and will anticipate it as soon as you arrive. He remembered one time I didn’t like onions in my salad and when he took my order he asked me if he should ask the chef to hold the onions. And this treatment wasn’t specific to me because I am a girl or some sort of personality, I saw him with other customers and he was just as enthusiastic about making sure they had a pleasurable time with their meals.

After another good meal, I started to chat him up. He was very friendly and warm and I was entertained with his conversation. Something that is again…rare. He excused himself with ease if another customer needed him for something. And then he’d come back and pick up the conversation where you left off. It was such a pleasure to be waited on by someone who had the heart of a servant, and who actually liked being a waiter. He wasn’t just someone who took your order, told the chef what you wanted, and presented you the bill when you were done eating. He took pleasure in waiting on you while you enjoyed the food he served. He wanted you to have a great time in their restaurant. The man went well beyond his duties as a server. As such, the  brief, daily, cursory obligation that was lunch or dinner took on to mean so much more than just meal.  It was a really great time!

That experience made me acutely aware that it hardly matters what you do for a living or what you choose for a career in this world, as long as it is something you can throw yourself into and enjoy. Yes, of course we want high paying jobs. Yes, of course we want to achieve success with the  financial gains that come along with it. And yes, we want to have a certain amount of distinction for what we have chosen for a career. But, it is my belief, that in the great scheme of things, what we do is not the point of having a career or a job. The point is to throw yourself into something and get to know life better and enjoy life through what you have chosen to do. And knowing life better is really about knowing ourselves better.

I don’t want to pontificate. I just want to write this for all the graduates who are in the crossroads of their life…for those who are still undecided on what to do with the rest of their lives EVEN with a degree in hand. Maybe these thoughts help…

When I graduated from my four-year course in university, I remember asking: “Four years of education, but what exactly am I good for?” and “Diploma accomplished. Now what?” Well, whatever it is that you will end up choosing… or whatever gets forced upon you by life and circumstance, the hope is that it will be a career that will bring you happiness, fulfillment, financial gain, and the distinction we all want at the end of the day.

Let me end this post with a quote from the movie “Without Limits” that starred Billy Crudup (Prefontaine) and Donald Sutherland (Bill Bowerman, founder of Nike). The movie is based on the life of runner Steve Prefontaine and his relationship with his coach. Enjoy!

“Men of Oregon, I invite you to become students of your events. Running, one might say, is basically an absurd pastime upon which to be exhausting ourselves. But if you can find meaning in the kind of running you have to do to stay on this team…chances are you can find meaning in another absurd pastime: Life.”

Bill Bowerman


  1. Aww, comments allowed again. I had to read this twice, lalim eh. Hehe. 😛

    Comment by Cherry — May 18, 2009 @ 2:54 pm | Reply

    • nung walang blog, complain. nung nag-blog, complain pa rin?!? cher, relax lang tayo. calm down. everything will be alright…

      Comment by delamar — May 18, 2009 @ 3:24 pm | Reply

      • Promise? Everything will be alright again? Sabi nga, “You can’t put a good man down..”

        P.S. I need a dictionary.. 😛

        Comment by Cherry — May 18, 2009 @ 3:42 pm

      • yes…it will you’ll see. i can tell you’re going thru something…as in. basta, breath, relax, and just ease up, ok?

        Comment by delamar — May 18, 2009 @ 10:05 pm

  2. WOW. This blog is such an inspiration. Thanks del for sharing your thoughts. It makes me look at the world in a whole different way. I don’t just mean this post but all of your posts. 🙂 Thanks again!!!

    Comment by rawrgoesaimee — May 18, 2009 @ 2:56 pm | Reply

    • hehehe… so you like my farts ‘ey?

      Comment by delamar — May 18, 2009 @ 3:21 pm | Reply

    • Yes ma’am I dooo. 🙂

      Comment by rawrgoesaimee — May 18, 2009 @ 3:26 pm | Reply

  3. i think it’s all about looking for what we really like doing. there are those who graduated with a four-year degree yet they don’t enjoy their field. as for me… so far nag-eenjoy pa naman ako. hahaha

    Comment by specialist™ — May 18, 2009 @ 3:14 pm | Reply

    • but then you’re leaving us for Singapore…huhuhu. :-p

      Comment by delamar — May 18, 2009 @ 3:20 pm | Reply

      • saglit lang naman yun e. and i’ll call everyday sa hotline… collect nga lang.

        Comment by specialist™ — May 18, 2009 @ 6:16 pm

  4. from what resto? is he cute? hahaha kidding aside, nice entry, Delle. very insightful. My job right now isn’t exactly high-paying, but i am enjoying it because of my passion to teach (although, i don’t really have students – i check essays by Korean students). Plus, hindi bawal makinig sa RX hehe!

    Comment by astroboyisagirl — May 18, 2009 @ 3:15 pm | Reply

    • enjoy mo naman yata e, right?

      Comment by delamar — May 18, 2009 @ 3:19 pm | Reply

      • yup, enjoying it, especially with RX in the background =)

        Comment by astroboyisagirl — May 18, 2009 @ 6:08 pm

      • RX fanatic. you got good taste! hahaha…self-serving ba?

        Comment by delamar — May 18, 2009 @ 9:54 pm

  5. Wow. Thanks for sharing your thoughts on this. I’m not a new grad. But at one point in my life, I feel the struggle on this thing called life; most especially if it concerns one’s career path.

    Still, life is good cause it offers us a lot of things.


    Comment by aby — May 18, 2009 @ 3:17 pm | Reply

    • yeah, i was truly scared when i graduated. it felt like after a then-lifetime of graduating from one level to another…grade 1 then 2 then 3 and so forth…i didn’t know where to go after graduating. and then the longest summer job i ever had: as an RX on air staff! i was just a temp but ended up staying!

      Comment by delamar — May 18, 2009 @ 3:28 pm | Reply

  6. hi delamar. i agree with what you have posted. like what the smokey mountain song mentioned “not all the world is America, the world is where you are”, it lies within one’s self to make the most of what life has to offer. self-fulfillment is more important than the high-paying career that we all aspire for. i am not saying that a career ain’t important; what i am delving at is that there is something more important in life than the number of zeroes in your paycheck. money is something, but it is not everything.

    Comment by nat balanza — May 18, 2009 @ 3:18 pm | Reply

  7. Indeed, you have a fountain of words and thoughts to share – one of the many reasons why I love reading your blog. You’re right, Delle, what matters is how much we enjoy and love the things that we do. Maybe my course and my job was a mismatch but I’m enjoying what I do for a living. It might not give me nice cars and mansions but I’m learning a lot from it. For me, life teaches me that you don’t need a lot of this and that to find true happiness. It’s just a matter of seeing and be thankful for all the blessings instead of complaining, because, after all, life is what you make it.
    And I’m going to share this thoughts to my sister since she is a newly-graduate.

    Comment by hannah_bananah — May 18, 2009 @ 3:54 pm | Reply

  8. I saw this quote from Francesca Reigler, “Happiness is an attitude. We either make ourselves miserable, or happy and strong. The amount of work is the same.”
    This one from Howard Newton, “People forget how fast you did a job – but they remember how well you did it.”
    And from Harvey MacKay, “Find something you love to do and you’ll never have to work a day in your life.”
    But my favorite of all came from Reba McEntire, “To succeed in life, you need three things: a wishbone, a backbone and a funnybone.”
    Cheers! 🙂
    – PurpleRose

    Comment by rhix — May 18, 2009 @ 4:21 pm | Reply

    • awww…i love these quotes! sayang lang kasi cornball ako…my funnybone is abnormal!

      Comment by delamar — May 18, 2009 @ 10:02 pm | Reply

  9. touché. very well said, delle. great blog u have and looking forward to reading more of it. 🙂

    Comment by lilet — May 18, 2009 @ 4:44 pm | Reply

  10. i must say, i’m impressed on what you blog and how you blog. im a freshman in college..before anything else, i knew that i’m good at analysis, creative writing and design. but its hard to conglomerate those different realms, leaving me on the fence on choosing a specific course. the next thing i knew, i’m a Multimedia Arts & Sciences student.. it is something i like and would definitely enjoy for now and many years to come………kaya lang sayang yung iba. T_T

    Comment by iTechnicolor — May 18, 2009 @ 5:04 pm | Reply

  11. btw, you are really inspirational, intelligent, witty & hot. i’m a fan.

    Comment by iTechnicolor — May 18, 2009 @ 5:09 pm | Reply

    • ego boost! haylaveet! thanks for dropping a line here…

      Comment by delamar — May 18, 2009 @ 10:01 pm | Reply

  12. Amen to this post! love it Delle. Keep on inspiring people. We appreciate you taking time to post something like this. I should link your blog for all the newly grads or graduates to see.. I’ve been working for three years now and seems like i havent found the job that i will surely enjoy. I’m here because its hard to look for another job these days.. so i have to keep it. But I am not happy (T_T) the only thing I do to keep me sane when im in the office is thru listening to RX or exchanging Tweets with friends.. f im only Im happy with what I do, for sure i wont have time even just to tweet! haha!

    Thanks for this one.. truly truly love this entry!

    Comment by JoannaSas — May 18, 2009 @ 5:16 pm | Reply

    • you’re welcome. i hope the job that’s right for you finds its way to you…or the other way around. good luck!

      Comment by delamar — May 18, 2009 @ 10:00 pm | Reply

  13. Grabe!
    I was touched..well, explained!
    pwede ka na maging speaker sa mga graduation ceremonies del..(seriously!)
    Now, i fell in love again w/ my job. last week kasi i had felt that i wanna quit na because i was so bored of the into food industry (italian restaurant) but i am assigned in the main office..
    del, you lift my spirit!
    thanks so much!

    Comment by lady maldita — May 18, 2009 @ 5:36 pm | Reply

    • my fart helped! yey! lol.

      Comment by delamar — May 18, 2009 @ 9:58 pm | Reply

  14. If it would be ok, it would be a pleasure of mine to meet this guy in person. what you have shared at your blog Del is definitely one of the “rarest” qualities of a waiter. His courage and passion is an inspiration, success is something you can carry on without the big bucks, without the big house, without the nice sports car, without much money…but what the heck, He loves what he is doing, and for that he is successful enough!

    More power to him! Eye opener… live, love, learn.

    Comment by joanne m. — May 18, 2009 @ 6:36 pm | Reply

  15. i totally agree with you manang delle (sorry just being respectful lang). the most important thing is give the best we can in everything we do regardless of what type of job it is.and if at the end of the day you achieved your goals then you have self-fulfillment.

    Comment by mahandas from sri lanka — May 18, 2009 @ 7:37 pm | Reply

  16. On my opinion, I think it depends on whether you can afford to have or to be in your dream job. Like me, when I was in college, I used to work (part-time) for a fast food chain and I was really enjoying it. I enjoy meeting/seeing/chatting with different people everyday. So I told myself, after graduation, I want to work as a Manager for this food chain. But I learned that the pay will not be enough to raise my daughter. I am a single mom. I worked really hard to graduate from college and have a better job so that I could support my child. Well, in fairness to where I am currently employed, I am able to send my daughter to private school and provide her basic needs. This (job) may not be my first love but it has its way for making me stay.

    Ps. I am a big fan of you and Chico eversince highschool. I have been a silent rusher but now I am trying to expose myself by sending entries to the Top 10 from time to time, but still was not able to get thsrough (hindi ako naakapasa sa panlasa nyo sa pag pili ng entry eh).

    Thanks and regards to Chico! =)

    Comment by dikya02 — May 18, 2009 @ 8:22 pm | Reply

  17. nice del! just what i needed. i guess you cud say that i’m one of the undecided. i’m at a crossroad right now where i am choosing between a high paying job, one that does not give me joy, or a job that i’ve been dreaming to have but comes with a minimal paycheck. this is helping a lot in my thinking process. thanks for posting such perceptive and interesting farts. ^^,

    Comment by r3ng — May 18, 2009 @ 8:40 pm | Reply

    • not smelly at all, right? lol. good luck to you!

      Comment by delamar — May 18, 2009 @ 9:52 pm | Reply

      • no del, not at all! 😀

        but i must’s becoming addictive. side effect? am inspired to write my thoughts too. hindi nga lng sing eloquent pg ikaw. hehe.

        thanks for the luck..i really need it.

        Comment by r3ng — May 19, 2009 @ 12:16 pm

      • i say just put it out there! why not? you never know how it will be received. and the writing? chico says it gets better as you do it over and over. i was scared too. i’m not a writer, never was. all i know is i have these thoughts i want to express and out they come when i am properly insipired.

        Comment by delamar — May 19, 2009 @ 6:56 pm

  18. …well said delle.

    …its not so often that people see beyond what is there to see — and you did just that.

    …life is what we make it, whatever path we choose — its is all but a matter of how we journeyed through it…enjoy the ride!

    …and delle, i’ll never get tired of telling you how much an inspiration you are to me and to all the rest of the world who partake in commenting on your beautiful insights. true enough — you just need to find meaning to whatever you venture in.

    …happiness always. 🙂

    Comment by aishiteru2430 — May 18, 2009 @ 9:27 pm | Reply

    • aishiteru, why is that your codename? a character in an anime?

      Comment by delamar — May 18, 2009 @ 9:52 pm | Reply

      • i believe it means “i love you” in nihon-go. correct me if im wrong..

        Comment by iTechnicolor — May 18, 2009 @ 10:21 pm

      • …not really…not an anime character…

        …”aishiteru” meant i love you — a word that i just got a hang of so i used it for quite a long time now…:) (aside from the reason that there’s a story behind the word)…

        …looking forward to more insightful and inspirational farts del! thanks for taking time reading our comments too….

        Comment by aishiteru2430 — May 18, 2009 @ 10:54 pm

  19. Wow, delamar, a very nice post. I’m actually a fresh grad. Thanks for sharing this story.

    Comment by nodame — May 18, 2009 @ 9:33 pm | Reply

    • great! i felt the fear, the uncertainty. but it all worked out in the end. so…do not despair.

      Comment by delamar — May 18, 2009 @ 9:51 pm | Reply

  20. “It was such a pleasure to be waited on by someone who had the heart of a servant….”

    -whooo there is something here that tickles me…. hahaha but you are right nevertheless. a cheerful worker is worth more than a grumpy manager… the positivity somehow radiates us customers, right? an important lesson in business indeed!

    Comment by vivalabida — May 18, 2009 @ 9:46 pm | Reply

  21. I can relate with Dikya02.

    I dreamt of being a pilot, but due to family’s financial insufficiency, I wasn’t able to become what I wanted to be. What I finished may be categorized as a “second choice”, but this second choice is more than a blessing in disguise for me.

    I may be earning more than what I expected and brought me to places I only read in the books, but the longing is still there to become what I really want to be.

    Until fate has totally sealed my dream in a box.

    Fortunate are those who can study because they have the resources, but it saddens me when they put their chance to waste.

    Comment by Neo — May 18, 2009 @ 10:09 pm | Reply

  22. I hope that someday I will be able to find a job that I would really enjoy. And I’m working to get there. This nice thought–fart–goes beyond giving respect to the hand that feeds you. Kudos to you, Delle. =)

    Comment by louise — May 18, 2009 @ 10:10 pm | Reply

  23. very touching. i too didn’t know what i would do after i grad. it only occur to me after a year of working that my current job is where my heart is. 🙂

    btw, you could use so that your post will be automatically added to your twitter status. HTH


    Comment by jhOy imPeRiaL — May 18, 2009 @ 10:35 pm | Reply

  24. Delamar, Delamar… What a strong FART! For some weird reason, it’s addicting and strange as it may sound, I’m loving the smell of it… lol. On a serious note, That’s a great insight! With the way things are working now, people are being deprived of enjoying their jobs. It’s now all about the money. You can’t blame them though, life is tough. But I envy those people who, inspite of the limited financial returns, can still say that they look forward for another day at work not because they needed it but because they enjoy it. It takes a lot of joy at work to be able to share that joy to your customers. Like a cup, you need to have it filled with coffee before it spills out and touch others — that will definitely create an impact. (hahaha… what a way to put that in words). I miss enjoying work and not complaining that the weekend is soooo short.

    Comment by Niegel — May 18, 2009 @ 11:18 pm | Reply

    • i will be known, heretofore, as the girl who farts…

      Comment by delamar — May 19, 2009 @ 7:07 pm | Reply

  25. nice blog delle…hope to see visuals soon!

    Comment by sayuri — May 18, 2009 @ 11:35 pm | Reply

  26. Ah, passion, whether it be for something big or small, gain or pain, pretty much makes THE difference in one’s life.


    Comment by genevgsel_md — May 18, 2009 @ 11:52 pm | Reply

  27. whoah, what an entry, just checked your blogsite, fresh na fresh pa, anyway, this entry left me with some sudden realizations with life, thanks delle…

    Comment by amherst_ureiqn — May 19, 2009 @ 1:42 am | Reply

  28. Every word was felt with my heart as I was reading it.
    It liven my spirit for work.
    So timing…
    I may not have the highest salary in the world yet I know that I earned them serving through the bottom of my heart.

    Kamsa Hamnida Delle 🙂

    Im always looking forward for your post…
    and I include your blog on my blogroll. Is it okay?

    Late paalam.

    Comment by criticalpinaymaxims — May 19, 2009 @ 7:26 am | Reply

    • sure…apart from putting a link to my blog is there anything else i should know about blogrolls?

      Comment by delamar — May 19, 2009 @ 7:03 pm | Reply

      • aha!teka teka… uhmm… seems like… wala na! or wala na rin akong maisip hahaha thanks Delle 😀

        Comment by criticalpinaymaxims — May 21, 2009 @ 10:27 am

  29. wow. sometimes, it’s just hard to choose between what you want and what you need. maybe in time, i’ll choose what i want. hope it’s not yet too late. thanks for the enlightening post. 🙂

    Comment by Jong-su — May 19, 2009 @ 7:33 am | Reply

  30. hehe. great insights. up to now, i still have fantasies of ditching my writing job and become a cabbie who’d drive around the metro and chat (maybe insufferably at times?) with my passengers about stuff. or maybe i’m romanticizing things and i’d get mugged on my first day in the job. hehe.

    keep writing/farting.

    Comment by glenskie — May 19, 2009 @ 9:26 am | Reply

    • i think if you got mugged on your first day as a cabbie…you’d be back the next day bragging your close encounter with death…regaling your passengers with your brush with criminals…wachatink?

      Comment by delamar — May 19, 2009 @ 6:59 pm | Reply

      • natawa ako sa keep writing/farting… maybe that can be your signature at every post’s end… until the next fart… haha…

        Comment by rehaz — May 19, 2009 @ 8:58 pm

      • that’s a cute idea…

        Comment by delamar — May 19, 2009 @ 9:01 pm

  31. very inspiring…
    i can use this in my graduation speech next year…and i’ll ask the highschool students to listen to your show for more lessons in life…
    thanks to you and chico…love your show…it’s fun and learning at the same time…keep up the good work….

    Comment by ninang ganda — May 19, 2009 @ 10:37 am | Reply

  32. Oops, right on target Delle. At this point, you connected right back. =) Here I am contemplating on changing careers again for the 3rd time since I graduated in 2007. And although I’m feeling a little impatient as I’m not getting any younger, I am still hoping that I’ll stumble upon something that I’ll love doing for the rest of my life. Just like how radio stuck with you and Chico. =)

    Listening to you in the morning not only drains the blues away, you also inspire people like me to keep on looking for that “one thing” that will stick and make us sound happy like you and Chico both do.

    And btw, saw the pic over at twitter? Wow, you don’t look your age. Hehe.

    Comment by Katness — May 19, 2009 @ 2:19 pm | Reply

    • what i look immature? hahahaha! (i crack me up!)

      Comment by delamar — May 19, 2009 @ 6:54 pm | Reply

  33. care to tell us in what resto/diner this waiter is working? so we can have the chance of seeing him… 🙂

    Comment by mikaela — May 19, 2009 @ 4:57 pm | Reply

  34. its as if the post was speaking directly to me.i guess i dont need a better paying job,i need the passion for it.thanks for the post.keep it coming (demanding!hehehe)

    Comment by chellix — May 19, 2009 @ 6:28 pm | Reply

    • nah, i like that the posts are welcome. i know it’s a bit serious. and nothing at all like the delamar on the radio…but these are my brain farts. so thanks for saying you enjoy it. makes me braver…

      Comment by delamar — May 19, 2009 @ 6:53 pm | Reply

  35. Delle, I am so blessed by your blog entry.

    My first love was arts and music. I was a three-time division level poster making champion in high school here in Mandaluyong, a two-time NCR level champion and one-time National level champion in a poster making contest held in Davao. Despite all my achievements in art contests, I decided to take up BS Accountancy in College. This is mainly for me and our family’s security. (I’m still single, I’m referring to my parents) and after five years of nerve-wracking class room computations, I graduated Magan Cum Laude in FEU. A year after, I passed the CPA board exam. After 6 years of studying and being on top of the Accountancy profession, my love for arts still haunts me. So I decided to take up a course in 3d Animation every Saturday. I’m not sure of the possible outcome of my actions but currently, I’m feeling the happiness that has long been devoid in me because of Accounting.

    At the age of 24, I’ve learned a major lesson in life that I can share with my future kids: Money is not eveything. Don’t choose a career just because you need it’s financial security. Study and pursue what makes you happy and money will follow.

    Please remember my name when I text or call Rx, This is Rayadh aka Pancakes. =)

    Thanks Delle.

    Comment by Pancakes — May 19, 2009 @ 6:38 pm | Reply

    • it’s a great lesson to teach kids. it’s important to their future happiness. i will remember your name, promise.

      Comment by delamar — May 19, 2009 @ 6:51 pm | Reply

  36. I like this post a lot, especially since I can relate to it. I took some huge risks last year with my career and I’m really glad I took them. It was scary at first… imagine leaving your comfort zone and all, but now, I can say that I’m a better person for making the change. Bonus pa because a lot of people have been telling me since then that they admire my courage to pursue my passion, foregoing a supposedly better position. Sarap ng feeling. =) Nice, nice, Delle! Keep ’em brain farts goin’ beybeh!!! LOL *Hugs*

    Comment by Abernathy — May 19, 2009 @ 8:50 pm | Reply

  37. I love this post. Very inspiring. That waiter deserves an award, a recognition.
    Yes, it is important to be happy on what you do.. kahit sinasabi nung iba na i deserve a better salary and that I should change company, I still prefer to stay. Happy kasi ako kung nasaan ako ngayun.
    You’re not a writer delle, but you’re a great speaker. I really love your thoughts ❤ .. so just write down your thoughts.. hala anu bayun. haha..

    Comment by OscarDelaHopia — May 20, 2009 @ 5:24 am | Reply

  38. oh dear i hope not. i’ll be one of those cabbies who won’t shut the f up.

    Comment by glenskie — May 20, 2009 @ 10:08 am | Reply

  39. nice entry. 🙂

    Comment by purple — May 20, 2009 @ 10:18 pm | Reply

  40. Hi Delle. Your story about the waiter is indeed inspiring. I hope you told the restaurant manager about your experiences and impression on the waiter. It might help give the waiter a just compensation or a reward, don’t you think?

    Comment by kirei816 — May 22, 2009 @ 2:50 pm | Reply

    • that story was from a long time ago. about 8 years ago. and the resto is already closed. still it was a good experience so i thought i’d share it. 🙂

      Comment by delamar — May 22, 2009 @ 3:06 pm | Reply

      • Aw, shucks. Well, the daydreamer in me says the waiter is either: a) the owner of a successful restaurant; b) the maitre d’ of a first-class hotel restaurant; c)the host of his own international cooking show. Hehehe. Wala lang. Happy thoughts…happy thoughts…

        Comment by kirei816 — May 22, 2009 @ 4:44 pm

  41. hello delamar! i just heard today on e-radio that you have this brain farts, and i googled it right away. i seldom catch your show since i left last year. thank you for this brain fart. i’m taking it all in 🙂 it helped me feel a little better. you see, i am 25, and am still lost, i have nothing which you can call a career. waaaah. yes i have a job that pays well pero i seem lost and empty. “gusto ko lang naman lumigaya” 🙂 but i am grateful for many other things–especially having my family and friends.

    thanks again delamar 🙂 i enjoy your blog as much as chico’s, but in a totally different way. (ang haba na ng sinulat ko, sorry!)

    Comment by mean — May 27, 2009 @ 10:18 am | Reply

    • the truth is… all of us feel a little lost sometimes…a little too forlorn at times…you will find your way. just believe and never stop searching.

      Comment by delamar — May 27, 2009 @ 6:02 pm | Reply

  42. hi del… so this is wordpress… been listening to u and chico evryday… no tym with the net…only now since quittin my job…
    thank you for the inspiring thots in this post… hav known u for a lifetym… how i wonder a world without chico and del…if that day wud cum..pls invite me in ur farewell…despedida? ngayun plng ssbhin ko na… i wil desperately miz yah…

    Comment by einstein — May 30, 2009 @ 5:16 pm | Reply

    • farewell??? naku, is this a forced retirement? hahaha. isn’t it too early to be talking about that? 🙂 thanks for checking out the blog and hope you enjoyed it.

      Comment by delamar — May 30, 2009 @ 7:18 pm | Reply

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