MBTI in Fiction: INFPs are idealistic and loyal to their values and to people who are important to them. They are curious, quick to see possibilities, and can be catalysts for implementing ideas. They seek to understand people and to help them fulfill their potential, and are adaptable, flexible, and accepting unless a value is threatened. (x)
The days right after remain uneventful. Quick shopping before we go back to Hawaii. Loads of canned goods and authentic Filipino snacks and treats.
(I forgot to take pictures of them before they were packed and when we organize them into the cupboard. I ate a third of it already. :P)
And finally it was the day before we depart from the Philippines. We spent the daytime at Mall of Asia, buying clothes for me.
At dusk, we went to Star City and holy hell! Did I scream! Some of the rides were okay. Ranging from kiddy-ish to painful. Why painful you ask? Well, let’s just say I want to a ride that was not authorized by my mother.
This ride is called The Bizzard. Doesn’t sound threatening, yes? When you meet this ride in person, the sounds it makes is deafening and get your adrenaline pumping. I rode this with my little sister besides me and I noticed right away how loose I was in my seat; how not secured and snuggled I was in my seat and also I was wearing my glasses and I don’t have anyone to hold them for me.
So the ride started, I didn’t expect injuries. My ears were ringing and every time we turn a sharp corner, I would slam against the divider of the seat.
After that I was somewhat… limping.
Today (Actually, this happened a little less than a month.) was pretty eventful. This (That) morning I didn’t know my family had something planned for the day.
I was in a Khan’s “You should have let me sleep” mood. Except I didn’t break any legs nor did I crush any heads; only just pull my older sister’ s hair for not telling me about our plans.
What calmed me were:
1) Catching more Z’s in the car
2) Seeing a puppy in a box, being watched over by a bodyguard for a family eating at Jolibee.
3) The 100 island boat tour
4) Seeing “Bat” island (Bet Batman would be proud)
5) Getting all Super Mario happy meal toys, courtesy of my older sister’s child man boyfriend.
My sister and I made up during the boat tour, so we’re okay now.
Congrats to my little sister for completing high school. Hope you will become an accomplished architect.
I’m so proud of you~!