Saturday, October 9, 2010

Something about hopes of huge success and Quesadillas.

At my age and in my current situation in life, I equate money with happiness, on a very significant relationship. I am 19, for others I may be young but I feel old. I feel like I haven't done much cos I don't have enough money to do things I like. And I want to do a lot of things, especially traveling and doing something new. I eat 3-5 times a day, finishing College, getting and doing things I want but I feel like it's not enough.

I know I should be contented with what I have but I am not. I can be pretty ambitious. I can't just stay put in one place and do the same things over and over again but it is exactly what I'm doing right now. Probably cos I'm tied down with school stuff and having not enough money to support the life I want. Maybe it's only a matter time before things really change, I know I shouldn't be rushing to get there.

I want constant excitement. A change of scene.

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A few weeks ago, I dined in at Holy Cow wherein they serve expensive steaks, ribs, quesadillas, and other grilled meat stuff - what you would expect from a Restaurant sporting a Wild Wild West theme. No, I'm not going to show you guys every dish I had whenever I come there. I'll show you the star of each visit. Their Quesadillas.

Their Quesadillas are so yummy it's a sin not to try them out. Costs around P250 (Roughly around $6). A little pricey, yeah, but it's worth trying it out. This thing packs lots of calories too. I got your mouth watering, didn't I? Exactly my plan.

16 comments:

Trotter said...

Hi Half! You're ruinning my diet; definitely!! ;)

I’m going to be offline working in a «remote» location next week, but left you in a new destination in Blogtrotter Two... Enjoy and have a great week!

PS: Don't let money be THE main concern in your life... ;)

Jay said...

The best thing do to is make plans and be read so that when you can afford those things you will be able to take advantage of the opportunity.

StellaClaire-Richard said...

Money is important.. But happiness also important. Money can buy happiness but not all happiness it can buy..hehe.. Something to ponder.. :)

By the way, the food looks delicious!..:)

Have a great day...:)

mumsified said...

At 19, I was most preoccupied with midterms and finals.

It's cliche but true: Money can buy you things but not happiness.

Happy Monday!

Sidney said...

Ok...lets make a deal... we exchange age... I get your 19 years and you got my age ( I don't dare to say how old I am... :-0 and with my age you can get all my experiences and all my money...

Deal ?

rose said...

hello.. just visit lng... pde p bng mkipag link exchange?

yvonne said...

Money is always not enough for me. When I was 19, I had the same thinking as you are. Now I'm earning my own money and yet it doesn't satisfied me. I guess the root cause is me and my financial management. But utmost is happiness and health. Even if I own all the money in the world but I'm depressed or bedridden, it's useless.

Quesadillas is something very new to me :) Looks tempting though.

TriNi said...

YUM!

& hang in there hun.. I know it might not be comprehensive to you right now.. but money really isn't all.

If it makes any sense to you.. I think we're all stuck doing the same thing day after day.. even those big celebs that travel every single country. Why do they get tied up into doing drugs and all those crazy things? I think it's because they have so much money and they become bored with the fact that they can afford everything they want easily.. so they need "MORE" excitement.. if that makes sense.

Not sure if I'm making much sense but at least that's what my life experiences has taught me.. that money really isn't all. Happiness comes in so many other forms.

Rebecca said...

Why does mouth watering and calories always have to go together. :( Sorry you couldn't use the photo as wallpaper. I don't know how all that works, but I am flattered you liked it enough to try.

Gallivanter said...

Excellent name for a place - Holy Cow! :-D

Ebie said...

Let not money be a concern. You are a smart and intelligent and have set goals and ambitions.

If you pursue your dreams to become a doctor, you won't even know how to spend your money.

Thanks for your nice comments on my photos, made me inspire top do more panoramic shots.

Michael Rivers said...

This looks very very good!

nuts said...

yeah, don't rush, you'll get there in time..

The Nomadic Pinoy said...

I know how you feel dahil pinagdaanan ko rin yan but you know what, everything in life has its place. We go through stages to achieve what we want to achieve. Just be good with what you're doing now. You'll get there.

docgelo said...

don't say you feel old because all of your cells and tissues and whatnot will follow! if you're old at 19, what do you call me at my age of 34? older enough to be your lolo? hahaha... think young, feel young as tvc would say but i believe it's also easier said than done.

you will accomplish things in His time. who knows, as early as now, you've been inspiring others without exerting efforts.

and that quesadillas is such a tease! mukhang masarap!

Rachel Cotterill said...

I love quesadillas - I make them at home, though :) And you can definitely travel on not much money, you just need to decide what's at the top of your priority list.