Beginning today – hopefully, on a regular basis from now on – I shall be uploading galleries of photos that I wasn’t able to share before for whatever reason. I’ve realized that I have a lot of backlogs when it comes to sharing photos of events that I took time and effort to cover but I wasn’t able to share to the public. I’m still on extended writer’s block and I’d like to preserve the little writing mood I have for my audit reports, so for this blog I’ll just let the photos do the talking.
I put up a wishlist for 2019, and it’s been steadily happening, so far.
One part of that list say, ‘more opportunities to take photos’. Late afternoon of January 1, I received a notice saying that me and my friends were given slots at Eat… Bulaga! for Alden’s 27th birthday the following day. Man, that was quick.
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Aftermath: SEVENTEEN ‘Ideal Cut’ in Manila
29 September 2018 – Mall of Asia Arena
Disclaimer: The blogger only used that as the title of this entry because it’s the title of one of Seventeen’s hit songs. It does not reflect the blogger’s real feelings toward the concert as a whole.
‘Very nice’ is not a very accurate description of Ideal Cut, nor of Seventeen. The fact is, the concert, and Seventeen, are freakin’ AWESOME.
Aftermath: Alden Richards ‘Adrenaline Rush’
21 September 2018 – Kia Theater
I had difficulty figuring out how to begin this Aftermath report. My blogging skills have been really rusty these days and the concert has so much feels, I don’t know where and how to start.
To warm up, I re-read the beginning part of my blog re: last year’s Upsurge concert. Guess what, the first paragraph basically said the same thing: I don’t know how I’ll write about the concert.
This is my overall takeaway from Adrenaline Rush: Alden Richards made a statement. That statement being: “This is me. This is what I want. This is what makes me happy. I will do things my way from now on, and I hope you’ll still be there with me and believe in me as I proceed with this journey.”
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So this is what it feels like to overdose on Alden Richards.