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Kardia Chavez
12 September 2012 @ 09:02 am
As much as I wanna ignore this, I couldn't, because it keeps on popping up in my head. Unfortunately, I met someone which so much secret and even if I want to stay away from this person, I couldn't do it. That's because I like this person so much, though his eyes tells me I should just get lost, everytime we stare at each other. It's scary how he can lie to such level.

Everyone has a secret they'd rather keep and myself is not exempted. Trust me, I know how it feels to carry so much burden such as secrets in our lives. I can't believe I'd know someone who'd rather choose to live a life like that than to be free from it. 
Kardia Chavez
05 September 2012 @ 04:35 am
Why do I have this feeling that you hate me though you're always around me? I can see disgust from your eyes and I couldnt just ignore it. I never wanted to hurt you but if I already did, I'm sorry. I didnt mean to and I never wanted that from the start.

I just feel bad you had to lie to me and keep me around when you never really wanted to. Just let me go if I'm not causing you any good.
Current Music: Feel - Fayray
Kardia Chavez
19 March 2011 @ 05:42 pm
I didn't have much time to think and draw so I just did some fan arts for my friends and people around me. Still I enjoy my lifestyle. We all know that things happen for a reason and maybe I'm not really a slave of visual arts. But who knows, I might be able to go back on the field I used to belong. Only God knows what will happen.

Just have fun while we can! ^__^
Current Music: Weenie In a Bottle
Kardia Chavez
21 February 2011 @ 07:32 pm
Been meeting old friends these days and it's really great seeing them again after such a long time. I've been so busy at work that I didn't get the chance of going out with these people. Well surprisingly, I wasn't alone 'coz everybody's telling me the same thing.

So just like them, it's about time I go out of my shell. I started out by my meeting my high school best friend in January and my closest friends this Feb. Hopefully, I can be socially active once more.

Please watch Midnight Vagina perform! See you there!

Kardia Chavez
11 September 2010 @ 05:01 pm
I really hate it when people judge others based on their own personalities.  When they're like this and like that, they think you're also the same.

Just this morning I was excited to participate in a logo design. Though there's no price for the chosen work, I was still enthusiastic about it. Basically I just wanna see my work being used in case it's chosen, as simple as that. But when I told this to my superior, she reacted in a way I didn't expect. Instead of supporting me, she said "ginagawa mo yang para kay _ _ _ pero yung pinapagawa ko sayo(caricature) wala kang ginawa. Hindi talaga kami malakas sayo. Sasabihin ko kay _ _ na gagawin mo yang kay _ _ _ tapos yung samin di mo ginawa "(these were not the exact words). Then all of a sudden, I lost all of the excitement I had earlier.

Well first of all, it's not my job to design something. Second, she sounded as if I was just interested to do the logo to show off and get the attention of _ _ _. And lastly, it was like I was forced to do what she wants because she said so.

So I changed my mind. I no longer want to design a logo or draw anything to avoid nonsense talks. She thinks I'm like her trying to do something just to please someone. Instead of drawing during my off, I'll just take a rest at home. She ruined my day.
Current Music: Fireflies by Owl City
Kardia Chavez
10 September 2010 @ 01:12 am

Been doing the same thing for a year now and it's getting boring and boring everyday.  When I'm not at work, I just stay at home. And when I'm home, I just facebook most of the time...nakakasawa din pala. Dati, I consider internet browsing an interesting pass time, and now...nakaka-burnout din kapag un nalang lagi. XD

I want to do other things again, especially those things I could do outside but most of my friends are also busy with their lives. O baka naman wala na akong friends without noticing it. LOL!

Hay, ganito ba talaga kapag tumatanda? That all of the things should be taken seriously? I think I'll need to find Neverland as early as now if that's gonna be the case. Oh so burned out!
Current Location: AREA 51
Current Mood: burned out
Current Music: Kuchidzuke by Fayray
Kardia Chavez
04 July 2010 @ 02:28 pm
After an exhausting week, I finally had a weekend off. My rest day for this week was schedules this Friday and Saturday...and I've file a VL this Sunday which makes it for 3 consecutive days. I just slept, eat, browse the internet, read a book. Then sleep again,...eat browse the internet and then sleep...
Current Mood: boredbored
Current Music: Teardrops on My Guitar
Kardia Chavez
17 January 2010 @ 04:36 pm

This is the most physically, mentally, and emotionally tiring week of my life. Our training is already over and last Monday was the start of my actual career in this new industry. I had to adjust to almost everything like my work schift, sleeping time, etc. My job exhausts me these days but it’s not that hard like what I used to imagine. I talk to people and listen to their concerns so, it’s still almost like my previous job in the English online tutoring company.

I bought some books as a consolation for myself in doing well on my job. I also treated myself for a movie “Sherlock Holmes”, which made me forget about “SOMEBODY” totally. Damn! Jude Law as Dr.Watson is so freakin’ hot! I know some people don’t like him but I find him really suitable for that role! And the next film that I’m going to watch is “The Imaginarium of Dr. Parnassus” which he’s also in.

Now, I’m scheduled to do my weekly household chores. I’ll also try to take as much rest as I can.
Happy weekend, guys!^__^
Current Location: Just around the bush
Kardia Chavez
20 November 2009 @ 01:15 pm
I don’t get satisfied with Filipino films these days. I find their stories unoriginal because their concepts were just mostly taken from foreign movies. I understand that we can’t really blame our film makers and producers because they were just trying to create them for the sake of revenue. Well, just like what most of us believe these days, Filipino Indie films are making their ways to the entertainment industry because of their story’s creativity, originality, and honesty despite the financial limitation. Even some of this kind of films were actually recognized abroad just like Brillante Mendoza’s “Kinatay”, beating other foreign films in this year’s Cannes International Film Festival.
An Indie film that I really find interesting is “Dukot” which is written by Bonifacio Ilagan and directed by Joel Lamangan. I’m not saying this because I’m just required to…, but because of its content’s significance to our society. Basically, “Dukot” is about two couples (which were portrayed by Allen Dizon and Iza Calzado) that was and is involve in activism. They were both kidnapped by the military intelligence and accused of being involved with the NPAs. As they were missing, their parents (the Desaparecidos) gave their best in looking for them. This film is based from the true story according to Lamangan.
Just like what were said in other reviews and blogs, I agree that “Dukot” is very brave in reflecting the administration’s actions with regard to the Human Rights Violation. It is also shown how the military covered themselves up by using the name of the NPA, even mentioning the Abu Sayyaf.
Upon listening to Lamangan’s speech onstage before the final showing of this film, I’ve learned that Boni Ilagan, who wrote the script, even tried to submit “Dukot” as an entry in a scriptwriting contest but failed to be accepted because of its rebellious content. Those things made me admire these people who gave financial support, the production team, and most of all, the actors who willingly gave discounts from their talent fees just to make this project possible.
I think this movie is a great eye opener to all of us. This film encourages us to be brave and unless we make actions to stop the violent things from happening, the case of Human Rights Violation will still go up. And instead of making brutal accusations to NPAs and Activists, I think the government with the military should continue to have peace talks to negotiate instead of kidnapping innocent people just to squeeze information. The government should also listen and address the vital needs of our country first, instead of thinking about their own benefit. They mustn’t take advantage of their positions to drain and get everything that they can get, while they’re still there just like what’s happening to those donations for the Ondoy and Pepeng victims in DSWD warehouses.
Current Location: Somewhere
Current Music: DooWoop
Kardia Chavez
11 October 2009 @ 05:42 pm

I'm so happy with my new plastic cabinet. My two, wooden, small cabinets got wrecked by the flash flood during the tropical storm Ondoy. So instead of buying or asking for another wooden cabinet, I just got this. My stuff and books are all organize now and just in case there'll be another flash flood again, I can just bring my things to an elevated place without my cabinet getting damaged just like before. ^__^