Happy New Year!

Hi guys!!

2015 has been kind to me — I reached new places, met a lot of new friends, got to know old friends better, made new memories, and learned a lot of things. It was during this year that I got to know who the people I can really trust are, and I’m thankful that despite people who are out there to bring negativity, there are a lot more who are always there to bring happiness and joy into my life. Old wounds healed, and though it took time

I know, I’m sorry I haven’t been updating this blog…  😦

I have news though…. good news… πŸ™‚

No, wait…

Really awesomeΒ news!! πŸ™‚

Ready??

I’m getting married!!!

…in a couple of weeks actually!! πŸ™‚

Happy new year everyone!! πŸ˜€10454500_10206666552594871_871661357164965384_o

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2014 in Review: a Year-ender

2014 has been a good year to me — I was able to climb some mountains, go beach camping, surf a few waves, and even go to Baguio! This year was full of new friends and adventures that will forever be in my heart and I’m grateful for this year because though there may be some bumps along the way, this year will end with a stronger me and better me. πŸ™‚

With regards to blogging, I would like to thank you all, my dear readers, for every page view, comments, and likes because behind those is a very special gift you share with me — your time. Last December 3 was SpontaneousLittleTravelBuddy’s 1st year anniversary, and I couldn’t have gone this far without all of you — again, thank you…!

❀

SLTB

P.S. WordPress.com has a little something for us:

The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2014 annual report for this blog.

Here’s an excerpt:

A San Francisco cable car holds 60 people. This blog was viewed about 1,900 times in 2014. If it were a cable car, it would take about 32 trips to carry that many people.

Click here to see the complete report.

Happy New Year!

Hi guys! Thank you for your continuous support of this blog… It makes me really happy to see new readers and followers in my blog. One thing I notice though, I have awfully quiet readers here. It would be awesome if people would press the comment button and just say whatever.. πŸ˜€

The post on Mt. Gulugod Baboy is still on the works and I’m really excited for you to read about my first climb. I apologize for not being able to put it up at an earlier date — the Holiday Season in the Philippines can REALLY get busy.

Now, before this year ends, let me ask, which places would you want to explore in the upcoming year?