I just came from the most amazing beach trip of my life, but I’m really going to save that for another post.
Another thought just came into my mind when a couple of my best friends and I decided to make a bet about next year’s beach trip (and yes, it’s an annual thing!). By next year’s Boracay beach trip, I must work on Operation Tina Ramos. This is why:
Tina Ramos just happens to be my sexy goddess sister-from-another-mister, who lost a ton of weight since blueREP’s production of Hair. It was in Boracay that I decided to take my steps towards my massive detox, which is to lose a ton of weight – not just to look sexy and feel sexy, but to work on being much healthier. So, to make it public and to commit to it publicly, starting today I’m going to seriously make an effort to be healthier, happier Cassie.
Another thing about my massive detox is the fact that today’s the Feast of the Divine Mercy. In simplest terms, it’s all about how no matter what, God’s going to forgive you as long as you always come back to him. I guess in my own little way, I’m detoxifying myself from all the negative and bad things that I’ve been keeping inside my body. How am I supposed to be reconstructive if I’m constantly housing all this bad energy? If God can forgive me for all my wrongdoings, surely I can forgive other people and more importantly myself for all the negative things that I’ve secretly been keeping.
So, what exactly is Operation Tina Ramos? This is a tribute to the girl who I believe is one of the best people I know. Aside from being physically shmexay (and I mean this from the bottom of my heart, Tittles!), I think that she is one of the cleanest souls I know. She’s that type of person who doesn’t hold grudges, who keeps complaints to herself and lets it go, who would rather be proactive than reactive, who is ready to take on any challenge the fierce world throws her way with even fiercer resolve. And since I think there should really be more people like one of my bestest friends in the whole world, I think I’m going to start with myself.’
Reconstructive? I think yes.