Daddy’s Last Dance

I thought I’d repost an edit to a poem that is about what many single women dream of. :) You were watching me from around the corner As I cluelessly peeked into the… Continue reading

Dear Lamma, Please Take Me Back

Last July, I went on a trip to Hong Kong with two girl friends. A friend of mine who lives in Hong Kong had opened the doors to “her” place on Lamma Island.… Continue reading

I Remember This Man I Call Daddy

When a Father speaks, you know love could not be deeper. When Daddy says, “When you were a child, a curly haired, unruly, cuddly, bouncy little girl…” you know he knows you better… Continue reading

How I Was Set Free from 6 Lies I Struggled With as a Child

(I know that “6” is not a “nice” number but let’s just stick to it.) When we were born, we were full of hunger and excitement to breathe in and partake of an… Continue reading

Prayer: Revive

I pray this for you right now… <3, Riz

my wake up call

“It’s not always that we need to do more but rather that we need to focus on less.” – Nathan W. Morris — riza olaguer (@doubtproof) June 8, 2014   Here’s a wake… Continue reading

Beach Appétit: My Serene Date With The Baby Waves

So I think I owe it to everybody to let us know than my friends and I went “surfing” the other other week on the still beach waters of San Juan, La Union, a… Continue reading

The Shore is Not the Ocean

I never thought I’d come to love the ocean I used to die of boredom wading in the sea But it must be ’cause I only swam along its shores And clung to… Continue reading

When I Give Me the Weirds

Oh I just have to get this one out. I kept getting flashbacks. Well, no it’s not about a traumatic experience. But it’s making me feel uncomfortable whenever I remember. Ever did something somewhat… Continue reading

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