15 November 2006

A series of unfortunate events

Oh wow. It's been a week since my last post. Things are really getting busy at the office, and I have been going to Baguio every weekend for over two months now. It leaves little time for blogging and bloghopping. Things should normalize by mid-December.

I'm writing on my lunch break to share with you ... a series of unfortunate events. Last weekend, I lost my camera phone in Divisoria. Things were just fine, until it was time for me to go home. I had 4 huge bags of purchases that I was trying to balance all the way to the FX station. One minute my phone was in my pocket, the other minute, it was gone. That was Saturday.

Then last night, my wife called to inform me that our car was broken into. The car stereo was gone. Not that it was a high-end car stereo, but it was lost nonetheless and it became an urgent issue where to park, for the car might get stolen the next night. There was no place by the house to park so we, along with other cars, park by the road near our place. Five cars were broken into that night.

And when my wife got home, baby Jo-Lo had accidentally broken the glass top of our living room table. Fortunately Jo-Lo wasn't hurt.

I hope this string of misfortune ends soon.

15 comments:

  1. wow.. grabe yung kay blackie.. dont worry sir nick. things will get better.. pramis!

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  2. Anonymous6:27 am

    They say bad luck comes in 3's, so that should be the end of it...

    Take care

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  3. you'll get back what you lost... in some other ways... i hope you did not delete the sudoku...

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  4. Anonymous6:18 pm

    ey watson, when it rains, it pours, eh. sorry to hear about these. i hope things will be better very soon. :)

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  5. tsk tsk tsk ... hayaan iyo na po malamang naman may magandang nakalaan para sa inyo

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  6. Sorry to hear that tito nick, don't worry material things lang naman yan at napapalitan, what's important ay safe kayong lahat, lalo na si Jo-lo.

    God Bless!

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  7. tsk - dami kasi talagang masasamang loob ngayon,nag-iipon ng pang-xmas nila.

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  8. That is no fun. Life sucks sometimes.
    Anyway we will be soon 2007. A new year full of blessings for you! Believe me!

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  9. Anonymous11:30 pm

    I'm so sorry to hear/read the series of unfortunate events. I hope things get better. And like ellygears said, you'll get back what you lost. Good Luck!

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  10. At least no one got hurt. I hope the following days will bring you good luck! So sorry to hear about this.

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  11. Did you try calling your own cellphone number to see if someone found it that might be honest and want to return it? As for the other two things, maybe you can use the broken table top to patch up the window in your car that (possibly) was broken to steal the stereo.

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  12. sorry about what happened, hope everything will gonna be fine. yung cp mo malay mo this christmas mas high-end pa ang kapalit :)

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  13. sheez!
    ganyan na ba talaga sa baguio ngayon? tsk! tsk! dati safe magpark kahit sa labas lang ah. you only have to worry bout the tire valve caps. ngayon wala ng patawad.
    takot na ata ako umuwi sa pasko ;p

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  14. That sucks. Cell phones have a habbit of disappearing in Manila. My brother's phone jumped right out of his pocket while waiting to pick up a friend at NAIA.

    My backpack disappeared too because I got too animated on the phone and forgot to watch...but this was a long time ago.

    I am sorry to hear about your car. I hope the no-good people will leave your stuff alone.

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  15. Anonymous1:35 am

    susme, bakit nga ba kabit-kabit ang malas? hay, hay...

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