Saturday, 11 September 2010


"You may not be her first, her last, or her only. She loved before, she may love again. But if she loves you now, what else matters? She’s not perfect – your aren’t either, and the two of you may never be perfect together but if she can make you laugh, cause you to think twice, and admit to being human and making mistakes, hold onto her and give her the most you can. She may not be thinking about you every second of the day, but she will give you a part of her that she knows you can break – her heart. So don’t hurt her, don’t change her, don’t analyze and don’t expect more than she can give. Smile when she makes you happy, let her know when she makes you mad, and miss her when she’s not there"

Hello I am back in Italy

Haven't blogged for such a long time, no? Yeah, college life is just treating me busy. Studying has not really started tho, but so many insignificant stuffs to do. Anyway, I am back in Ital. y since last 28th of August. The first days, I spent it by picking up primi. The Thai, The Indo and the East Timor. I went to Venice for three times in a week, less in a week even more, about 5 days. You think I am going there to see the beautiful gondolas? Uh, uh, NOPE. I took a direct train and bus to Venice Marcopolo Airport, two in a row for 6 hours everyday, went back and forth. But yeah that cheesy moment waiting for primi is over. Just want to give you a very short information about things in college now.

1 I live in Foresteria with Sne and Nora as my roommates.
2. We did Intro show and first open Mike already.
3. I love my fabulous friends Ilana, Anya, Urska, Hilda, Sne and Nora (we just had a sushi day out last night!!).
4. Hmmm, what else? I enjoy it so much.

11 Things Every Girl Should Hold Out For

11 Things Every Girl Should Hold Out For

by Teresia Monike on Friday, September 10, 2010 at 8:18pm
by Shallon Lester, Single-ish, Glamour Magazine, on Fri Jun 18, 2010

I’m holding out for a guy with a sense of adventure as well as a big sense of humor. Since I’m in between relationships at the moment, I’ve had some time to think about what I want and don’t want in a future partner. It helps, too, that I’ve had ample opportunity to observe all of my friends and their relationships. So I made a list of some must-haves we single ladies should be looking for. Well, not just looking for, but holding out for. Here’s what is non-negotiable:

1. A guy who can make you laugh.

Some things in life are not funny. Can he make you at least chuckle when the chips are down?

2. A guy who will laugh at your jokes and “get” you.

He might not understand you perfectly on the first date, but if you think you’re funny at all, I hope he gets that and appreciates it about you. Otherwise, you could be Kathy Griffin and you’ll still be laughing alone your whole life. Well, she's single. But I mean, if Kathy Griffin were—whatever!

3. A guy who will attend your lame “things.”

Adult dance recital, Mom’s birthday party? Find the guy who will go to something boring even though he will get nothing out of it—but he'll go for you.

4. A guy who will do nothing with you.

And I mean Nothing. If you’re feeling low-energy, anti-social, or blah, can he sit and do nothing with you or does he always leave you on the couch and go party with the guys? And could you two entertain each other on a deserted island or while stuck in traffic?

5. A guy who will give you a thoughtful gift or card.

Not every time, obviously, but I would hope this dude would have his moments of showing you he has thought about you.

6. A guy who will say he loves you.

I do not care about his made-up theory that love is just a social construct or what have you. Hold out for someone who can and will say it. Also, he shouldn’t say it just because you want him to; he should say it because it feels good to say it.

7. A guy you respect.

Does he have a good head on his shoulders? Does he generally like his job? Is he proud of himself? Let’s hope so, ‘cause if you think he’s a lazy idiot, you’ll end up resenting him.

I asked some of my friends what they held out for, and this is what they told me….

8. A guy you have good chemistry with.

He doesn’t have to be Jude Law, but you should be attracted enough so that every time you have an argument, you will be motivated (by your underlying desire for him!) to work it out.

9. A guy who agrees with you about travel.

If you have wanderlust and he never wants to leave his hometown, don’t compromise by staying with him long-term and staying home. It’s fine to be a homebody, but if you're interested in exploring, find a guy with the travel bug. Otherwise, you’ll look back one day when you’re too old, tired, or broke and you'll wish you had seen the world.

10. A guy with similar family goals. Don’t compromise on whether or not you’ll have kids. If you want them, find a guy who does. Me, I don’t get serious with guys who say “maybe” they want kids. I want someone who feels as sure as I do—and I can't talk anyone in or out of anything.

And finally, the best one—of course, comes from my wise friend Melissa:

11. “Wait for someone who sees you the way you want to be seen.

He thinks you’re smart, funny, beautiful and powerful—always. Even on days when you can’t believe any of that about yourself.”

That’s a good one! Can’t wait for that.

What are you holding out for?

taken from Teresia Monike's FB account

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