Treasure Island

Champs Ulysses Cabinatan

(November 18 / Cebu City)

I Am Most Happy When…


I am happy when I reach a goal
big or small
hard or easy to achieve
lofty, noble or one which is simple.

I am happy when I am in a nice working environment
Utilizing my skills and abilities
Use my hours in productive pursuits
and be with workmates who are good-natured and great!

I am happy when I’m with my friends
Share stories and lighten the embarrassments
sing with them in videoke
or laugh with them in jokes and comedies

I am happy when I’m with my family
Wear the true identity and personality
not concerned if I act awkward
as they can accept and understand, whether I’m happy or sad.

And I am most happy when I am with my special someone
walk in hand and hand
talk in anything,
or dine in a restaurant
and every moment seems in a dreamland.

Submitted: Wednesday, April 20, 2011

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