With Fervor Burning
Shoes: So Fab!
Accessories: Franck Herval
This outfit post is by far my best outfit post of the year. This was taken by Cheny, who also took my previous fashion post. This would probably be the last fashion blog that I will be posting for this year. I am just so happy that I ended the year wearing one of the hottest trend of the season. Maxi dresses will always be included in my fashion lists and I will definitely be posting more of this the next year. I absolutely did maxi haul for the previous months just so I can prepare for the holiday season looking always fabulous.
As the year coming to an end, I am also trying to catch up with my 2014 bucket list, hopefully, I could complete some of it despite me, not proactively doing it for the past months. I have been doing late book readings because I was supposed to read 23 books for this year but found out that I was only able to finish 10 as of the moment. I know I will not be able to complete the 23, but I still hope that I could atleast complete 12.
The last book that I finished reading is Looking for Alaska by John Green. I’ve read 3 of his books this year, it’s Fault In Our Stars, Paper Town and Looking for Alaska. Most of my friends love the first two, but I like the last one which is Looking for Alaska because it is more realistic to me. I have this feeling that I am now getting older because I am so over fairy tales and happy endings. The last chapter is very quizzical specially the part when Dr. Hyde asked them the question: “How will you personally- ever get out of this labyrinth of suffering?”
My answer to that question is: Life is a Labyrinth. We are bound to suffer in every way possible because life is not made to be sweet. Just like what John Green said on his book The Fault in our Stars “The world is not a wish granting factory”, therefore, everything that we wanted in life will not happen just because we want it to happen. We can all personally attest to that. I too have my fair share of suffering because my life is a labyrinth. I’ve lost, I’ve cried, I’ve suffered and I’ve moved one; it is a cycle. I think the only way for me to escape my own labyrinth is the day I die, but I don’t want to escape from this labyrinth. I will fight in all way possible so I may keep up with the game of life. Therefore, there is no getting out of this labyrinth because there is no getting out of life. I hope I have shared some light to people who is also asking the same question.
Merry Christmas everyone!
Photo credits to Cheny Santizas of After Shoot Wedding|Events|Portraits
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