I found this weird app online. Diary sya pero 'yong date, naka-set one year in the future. Kumbaga, kung sumulat ka ngayon, January 2, 2019, ang date na mari-record ay January 2, 2020. It's weird, I know.
I had fun writing down my information, though. Para syang slumbook. Who was I before? Who am I now? Who do I want to be in the future? The old likes and dislikes, my ambitions in life, sino 'yong crush ko... it took me hours just to answer pages after pages of questions.
At first, I was kind of into it, but since I'm me--I eventually became bored. Padalang nang padalang 'yong entries ko until I stopped writing on it.
I was sure I deleted the app already but fast-forward to one year, I realized that I lived that day exactly how I wrote it. How do I know that? Well, this app connected itself to my phone's calendar. The entries were there. They pop up at a certain time of the day, like a reminder. I've read what I wrote and was shocked to realize that the things written there happened exactly that day.
When I tried to read the next day's entry, it wouldn't open. So I tried remembering all the things I wrote, but it's been a while and most of them were just blurry letters in my head.
Isa lang ang sigurado ako. I forgot the exact date, but I wrote myself to die on one particular day. And I'm scared it's going to come true.
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The Misadventures of Finding Mr. Right 4Fantasy
Sabina found an online app that let's one write for their future self. Intrigued by the idea, she tried it out. It connected to her phone's calendar and even after she has deleted it from her phone, the entries she wrote still happened a year later...