Stef Factoids II

Friday, April 16, 2010 Stef dela Cruz 1 Comments

Continued from this post:

  • tulip I don’t like roses. I think they’re a lot of fop. But a tulip seems like a nice flower. It’s not as predictable nor as overused. One unassuming tulip – no packaging, no ribbon, no nonsense – would be as stimulating as a whole bouquet of roses.
  • Korean food is something I will never get used to. Sorry to all kimchi fans…
  • I’m always right about my instincts and sometimes, just sometimes, I hate knowing that I’m right. Not knowing is blissful ignorance.
  • I miss playing the piano, which I haven’t touched in five years. I have a song itching to get out of my head but I’m keeping it at bay. In due time, in due time.
  • I like bitter chocolate; it’s truer to its original taste.
  • drawing Drawing is like riding a bicycle; you simply don’t forget. I picked up my pen and started sketching today and before I knew it, the sun has set and it’s three hours after.
  • I like spontaneity. Routines, plans, and schedules make me feel like I’m tied down. I’d rather be without proverbial chains.
  • I’m fiercely loyal to my friends. Tell me if you're one. :)

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Stef dela Cruz is a doctor and writer. She received the 2013 Award for Health Media from the Department of Health. She maintains a health column in Health.Care Magazine and contributes to The Manila Bulletin. Add her to your circles.

1 comment:

  1. I enjoyed reading this, Ate Stef! :) I hope I can come up with my own list. Hehe.