Up at 4am, coordinated with people at 6am, travelled til 10 am, worked til 5pm, travelled til 9pm.
Now, I have to study! My eyes are barely open, and my brain is screaming for rest.
For confidentiality’s sake, I’m not allowed to expose the detailed events of the day. Which means for now, I shall leave you with a short overview. I spent the day with Sheens (who happens to be my sister, apparently! I’m not complaining!), Gio and Sam having 1 minute meals, looking at extremely beautiful people, running under the rain with piles of coats on our arms and just enjoying the beach (plus helping Sheens get a tan!)
I love you guys so much for making today bearable? Fun? Haha. It was a great experience all in all, despite the surprising errands. I’m super happy I dragged Sheens into this! and I’m happy Sam unexpectedly showed up too! Thanks much to Gio! Happy CD training, and cheers to everyone for being proactive about their dreams, school or no school haha!
Happy weekend to everyone! and sorry for the lack of updates and interesting stories! I’ve been so busy lately with school catching up on me and all. Next week is our last week before the break and having 24units of relentless teachers pushing for pre-break deadlines and exams are driving up the pressure! Next week, I have 2 Long Tests, 1 Oral Exam, 1 Written Case Analysis paper, 1 submission for group audit, and 1 intense filipino paper (the worst!). Thankfully, I got a few requirements done earlier to make way for the load coming up. A super thank you to Mark for helping me translate my filipino paper! I think you’re the epitome of awesome! I have a goodie basket on the way for you!
Regarding my previous post’s dilemma, I found a solution! Why not do both if it’s possible? So! I’m taking my chances on opportunities that fit into my schedule, even if it means more sleepless nights of paper-writing and studying. (Started last week, actually!) This post is actually taking precious time away from all that, so ill make this short!
Tomorrow, I’ll be interning for MEGA publishing! Sheens and I are assisting for the cover shoot, which means call time at 6AM, whole day work at Punta Fuego, and then home again past dinner for some more studying. Wish me luck!
Here are some pictures taken by Dom Dycaico at the Under The Stars event by LFC. Kat and I went right after Pacisama to support the Jazzers dancing that night. Steve watched me dance then and joined us there, where he was acceptingly molested by the dollhousers. (Happy night Steve? haha) Congratulations to everyone who made the event successful!
Warning, this post is not your usual happy read. Forgive me.
For some reason, spending the “few-months-left-before-I’m-thrown-out-into-the-real-world-and-struggle-to-be-happy-in-a-job-that-will-help-me-make-ends-meet” by going to school and studying just like I’ve done for the past 16 years of my life just doesn’t seem right. Its so difficult to focus on school work when I know I have opportunities of great experiences, exciting challenges, possible successes and happiness at hand. Many possibilities seem to be coming to me one after the other, and it’s so agonizing to flush them all down to give way for school. Should I push for my studies one last time? Or should I heed the plea of my feisty gut, telling me to take chances and pursue my dreams?
The answer might seem obvious to anyone with strong convictions. I am one such person, and the reality of my actions and its consequences are all too frightening to face.