So, here I am again, trying to finally start accomplishing some rather new things in life. I wasn’t able to blog religiously the past few weeks because I’d been coming up with something every time I try to. The least I could do right now, as what I’d promised, is to write even though it’s already late (too late, I supposed).
As I bid farewell to the month of September’s lovely events for me, albeit seeing that this month only proved how busy we’d been that we hadn’t realized it passed by already, I cannot recount yet what really happened during my 30 days of projects-assignments daily routine for the whole month.
My head was spinning hard during and after the exam.
Instead of acquiring complete rest for the night, I had to worry about 1) our Science project to be done tomorrow 2) our Math project to be passed tomorrow and 3) our Argentine tango rehearsals in which I have to wake up early in the morning tomorrow to burn tutorial CDs and whatnot.
During the exam, whenever I had to answer a question that involves Math or Science, I am utterly whirled by my void capability to answer.
I seriously need a break right now.
I’ll blog later about my best friend Jay’s little birthday celebration. My best friends were almost completely there this afternoon, only Phya had to go home early and finish her projects, so she wasn’t able to attend.
Lately, I’d been spinning around into a web full of busyness and hectic pronto schedules. As the saying goes for us high school students: Wala ngang bagyo dito sa amin pero bumabaha naman ng projects. Perhaps if you think I’m saying this literally, you wouldn’t really think I was kidding. Upon the mind-blowing assumption that we carry such huge intricate, burdening duties as students, I could possibly think that I won’t be able to faithfully post about my Project 365 meme.
An industrious me woke up this morning to finish work in our computer shop and to start preparing for the making of our Math project, which is an architect-like job to make 3D Houses as if to present it and persuade clients afterward.
That’s how it normally goes. The girl that was picked on for being flat chested might end up with big ass boobs in the future. The girl that was made fun of for “the face full of acne” becomes the girl with flawless skin. The girl that was made fun of for being fat or constantly called a pig loses weight and then she looks completely stunning. Watch what you say. Besides, judging someone based on only the looks is really shallow anyways.
Last Sunday, we had an awesome advance celebration of Lara Lape's birthday together with her family! ♥
Being both generous and thoughtful to let us join in her birthday celebration, our barkada called IMBA Friends met up last Sunday morning to go to SM City Cebu. I knew right then that I was enthralled by the idea of being with her family to celebrate, as well as my friends who came along to treasure the day with her.
We had a meet-up at her house at around 11:00 AM. When we arrived to our destination, we proceeded to National Bookstore to buy books (lots and lots of them!).
Her mom paid us a free trip to 4D MAXRIDER, which was a first time for me and my best friend Phya. Mixed emotions enveloped us both for fear that we may possibly back out from the so-called 4D ride. We had Speed Coaster (a jaw-dropping ride where we fall from a very high cliff that had my heart jumping so high) and Devil’s Forest (scary monsters! They do seem to look very real when you’re looking at them). The latter was supposed to be something different, but they chose something to surprise me instead (they know I hate horrors!). I wasn’t able to keep my eyes open for some time, and her mother (who was in front of the camera outside waiting for us to finish) just had to laugh at our hilarious faces and reactions.
After that, we had a splendid lunch at Jollibee which was once again sponsored by Lara’s mother. We had our own perfect humiliations and pushing each other against the waiters (just for fun). (Thank you so much for this, Lara!)
Because of too much excitement and to equal the fun we had that day, we had our memories captured at Picture City where we had our own little vain moments together.
During the photoshoot, our photographer was a much jolly person that we laughed while we posed until it ended. We were already hoping then we’d be back for another solo shots!
I wasn’t able to spend more time with them because I was already past my curfew. Good thing I arrived in a quite considerable time.
Before bidding goodbye, though, we had a few shots together with my girl friends! *u*
Yesterday was her actual birthday, so I spared my time during dismissal to go church with her and friends.
Few years back, I swore to myself and to my friends that I’d never enter the world of love without any profession to brag about yet. Along with the promise I made with them was to focus more on my studies and bring myself to thirst for more knowledge. And now something just hit me that I’d very much define close to mid-serious.
For three years in lead with my promise, I am still fulfilling it but I’m half-scared that cupid might just hit me and tempt me to enter its world, thus breaking the solemn promise I’d made.
Jotting down this post, this is the best way to remind myself that I am not yet prepared, that I am only a kid still mindless about the world of love and the dangers that I may encounter. Hopefully, I’ll be able to keep my status being a “no boyfriend since birth”, and continue to soar my passion for education.
Since I’m catching up pretty well with my grades right now, I woke up 2 AM in the morning just to finish our group project and due to the fact that I am assigned as the video editor. And finally, I’m done!
Quite satisfied with what I’d finished so I’ll show this to class later on. Hope they find it just right! *u*
Life is a series of shining moments, with boring days & daily routines in between. Be happy in your downtime and look forward to the next big moments. Like a string of lights against the night sky. Life is brilliant if you know how to live it.
“If you’re trying to show off for people at the top, forget it. They will look down on you anyhow. And if you’re trying to show off for people at the bottom, forget it. They will only envy you. Status will get you nowhere. Only an open heart will allow you to float equally between everyone.”
Only wanted to post because this is what I’d like to live by as I go on with my every day life. May God always guide me in whatever I do! ♥
They possess much talent than us and I know that. But it was none of our faults why we were chosen to dance in different events. In fact, I didn’t want to join but our teacher pushed us. If they want to present something then why not inquire the event’s coordinator? I’m getting tired of hearing each of their sarcastic remarks in EVERY intermission number we have, and they’re only discouraging my inner hopes of being able to perform more.
Never did I like to label them as insecure as it wouldn’t be a point in any of their denials. I look up to them so much because they’re our seniors, and I have great respect in them. The thing is, they just can’t scratch their competitive side and reach out sportsmanship. Nah, they don’t even know anything but expecting victory. And at the end, a taint of disappointment will only cross their faces. It’s not like us lower levels aren’t trying really, really hard to win. Of course, each section has a desire to bag a prize for their own, and they couldn’t blame us for that.
And yeah, just because they’re seniors doesn’t mean they always win. I think I’m missing the former supportive seniors we have back then.