There's absolutely nothing wrong with a man or woman making sure they get what they want out of a relationship. Whether or not you have (or he has) a literal checklist of an ideal mate or just a mental one doesn't matter. But what about the guy whose standards are so high—we're talking Mt. Everest here—that he'll never make it over the hump into a successful relationship? Maybe you can't take your relationship to the next level because his standards are just impossible. Maybe you're Ms. Right-Here-Right-Now, but he's still looking for Ms. Doesn't Exist. Here are some signs that, indeed, it's not you: Even a supermodel brain surgeon isn't going to make this guy happy.
He's Literally Looking
A guy may scan the room to look for friends, colleagues, or the waitress (just to order a drink). But if his eyes are beaming around like search lights while he's talking to you, then it's time for you to be on the lookout: He's very likely to be searching for the next opportunity.
His Longest Relationship = Your Shortest
If a guy's mature enough to commit, then he ought to have had at least one or two fairly long-term relationships. But if a man tells you he can't quite get over the six-month hump, then it may be an indication that he gets bored quickly or is constantly looking for the next best thing. Either that, or he picks his toes in bed.
He Integrates the Guys a Little Too Much
Absolutely nothing wrong with a guy who wants to hang out with his friends, even regularly hang out with his friends. A man without buddies often isn't to be trusted. If there's no posse, there's no possibility he'd be worth hanging with for the long term. But if you find yourself fighting with his friends for prime-time attention from your man, then it means that you haven't cracked an all-important barrier: on one side of the wall, you're an alternative to hanging with the guys, on the other, they're the alternative to his first choice-being with you.
His E-Mail Response Time is More Than 72 Hours
When a smart guy comes on too strong with a woman he likes, he senses it and backs off... plays a little hard to get. But if he's really interested in you, he won't be able to wait much more than three days before reconnecting. If you're front-of-mind, you need to be front-of-to-do-list, too. If his inbox is so full that he can't hit reply, it's gone from a little game to a big warning sign. His life may be too full, as well.
So, Ladies outhere :D watch out for the signs. Your partner might be looking around...lolz
Friday, May 23, 2008
Thursday, May 22, 2008
Blogging is as addicting as food, beauty or sex. Geez! Do you also believe in that? For me, it really is! I could spend fours just about blog hopping, surfing and networking!!!! So, I want to have this picture below for every one who is as crazy as me or worst about blogging.
I got this tag from Rosilie
Enjoy blogging :-)
Saturday, May 17, 2008
Thanks Rosilie for this how-to-do tag insight. I have been wondering what tag means in blogosphere and how it is actually done. You have just answered one of my pressing blog questions. . . .Gracias!
What should I actually do today? Since, it is Sunday, I must:
5. Attend Sunday Mass!!!
6. Busy day??? hehehe!!!Since, i'm on my 7th month...Im getting more lazy!!! I prefer to stay home and just sleep, eat, sleep and eat :))
Have a nice weekend...
Thursday, May 15, 2008
My son, Drew, was just the perfect baby! He was like a cat in the way he could sleep. He’d hit the pillow and snooze of ten or twelve hours a night. Then , during the day, just take two three-hour naps. That’s eighteen hours a day—just like our cat. When he grew up and started school, I had to break him of that second three-hour nap because there wasn’t enough time in the day.
When Drew was awake, he was like every other boy, active, playful and full of energy. He grew up tall and slim. Despite his slender frame, he was quite a good athlete. He excelled at basketball and bowling.
Every mother loves her children and thinks they are angels, but my Drew was truly beyond the norm in how he showered me with hugs and attention. There was nothing I asked of him that he wouldn’t do. Even in his teenage years, he bent over backwards to please me. His father and I separated when he was young and from that point on he felt a sense of importance, like he was the “man of the house,” the protector of his little sister, Annie, and me.
The years flew by. Drew graduated high school and went to college. He was a dedicated student, making the dean’s list in the tough field of electrical engineering. He was always studying, pouring himself into his chosen field. I was so proud of him.
A week before enrolling in his fourth year, Drew called me into his room. He was very serious. He said that he was feeling strange and was hearing voices in his head. Alarmed I wanted to make immediate appointment to see a doctor. “NO,” he said. “ I think it’s just a phase all boys go through as they mature. I’ll be okay.” That was troubling to me because I was sure hearing voices wasn’t part of a phase that everyone goes through.
One Saturday morning, he left the house and didn’t come back. I thought he went directly to his part time job in a fast food chain, but that was unusual because he always called me or came home first. Days passed and Drew didn’t resurface. We checked with his friends and places he regularly visited but we couldn’t find a trace of him. Finally, on the fifth day, Drew called and meekly asked if he could come home. When he arrived, he said he had no memory of those five days. He just blacked out. That was disturbing.
That night, Drew took all the pills he could .....to be cont.
Wednesday, May 14, 2008
I got this featured news @ yahoo :))
OTTAWA, May 13, 2008 (AFP) - Tickets, check. Passports, check. Luggage, check. Baby ... oops.
A family boarded a flight on Monday in westernmost Canada, and forgot their tot at the Vancouver international airport, media said Tuesday.
The 23-month-old boy's family had just arrived in Canada from the Philippines, but they were forced to repack their overweight bags before catching a connecting flight to Winnipeg, causing them to run late.
In their sprint to the gate, the family became separated.
The boy's father Jun Parreno, told local media he had thought his son was with his wife and the boy's grandparents, who ran ahead. They thought the boy was with his dad.
On the plane, the family members were seated separately and so did not immediately realize they had left the child behind.
Sometime later, a security guard found the boy, who speaks no English, wandering near the departure gate, and Air Canada officials tracked down his shocked parents on the flight.
Because the boy was so young, he was not issued a boarding pass and would have sat on a parent's lap during the flight, so airline personnel did not notice a passenger was missing.
According to the Vancouver Sun, airport security found a Tagalog-speaking Air Canada agent who looked after the child while his father flew 2,300 kilometers (1,400 miles) back to Vancouver to pick him up and then return to Winnipeg to rejoin the immigrant family on their first day in Canada.
The baby was kept in Air Canada's offices and staff found him some toys, said local media.
"Air Canada took good care of him," Parreno told the daily Winnipeg Free Press upon arrival. "I'm grateful."