The month of August was tough on me basically because it was me going back to college ad being away for quite a while again. Spending nights walking home alone, tired and well, dealing with the perks of living alone in a cold cold city.
I’m pretty much disappointed of not having a hold of all my stuff and take a break to have some sort of “me-time”. There were weekends where I just laid down and cried because I really wanted to take that bus home but I couldn’t. I had so much to do and it was a pressure to not disappoint the people that count on you, on an organization, on my acads ad all the papers dues almost everyday. I couldn’t just run away even if I wanted to. So I just had to hold it all in and keep myself busy to get all the work done.
Anyway, I did something which I’m very proud of. From the money that I earned, I bought myself a new phone! Hurray! It was an impulsive decision but ohwell, I wanted it anyway. So right now, I can finally, again, (after i lost my beloved phone) take as much pictures as I want to.
As for me, I am doing fine. My coffee-shop-times were not for me to chill and write about whatever but for my paper requirements. But it’s fine. But I miss updating my happiness journal, which is by the way in the photos above. I’d had some fun times with friends, getting ready for different productions or just trying to catch up while we had some free time to actually eat. I have so much appreciation for my friend, Noor lately, which by the way owns the pair of feet beside mine on that photo. And uhm in other news, UP Baguio was trending last Wednesday when there was a bomb threat. Since I had my 7am classes, I was there when the alarm rang and everyone evacuated. So that picture above where I look like a kimchi (lol) was taken that day.
So yeah, I hope you are all doing fine! See you soon! xx
For my hypothetical boyfriend
Requested and literally recorded on a rainy Sunday morning hahaha kbye
073014: Another epic Wednesday with these people, celebrating Gio’s birthday! They picked me up at work (wow naman girl na girl) and then we went to SM, supposedly to eat but instead we just ran around like idiots. Well basically because they were teasing me to run after all of them -.-” Then we got tired and decided to drive to Chicken Avenue and eat there instead! A night of extra rice! And the Pepsi bottle that would not open. Srsly we have a 15 minute video of that on Tonne’s phone trying to open it and we ended up getting it replaced by 7eleven instead (lol) and oh yes we pigged out! So much love for these guys!!!!
The long awaited night of Katrina’s debut! After all the stressful days of its preparation! Lol so what can I say it was an epic night with the most amazing people! Highschool friends and some elem friends!
This is me and the lovely debutant HAHAHAHAHAHAHHAHAHAHA
This are my expected-profile-pictures-on-fb-to-be but I have no decent one so I really don’t know HAHAHA anyway uhmm so this is me being weird
And this is me attempting to have a “decent” picture showing off my outfit for the night!
And some more crazy photos! Credits for Calvin Carreon and his wonderful DSLR (lol) because they really have great shots!!!
And here are some of our “groupies” taken from different phones and cameras and whatever hahahahahaha good times good times!!!!
AND PARTY!!!!!! WEEEEE DEFINITELY A NIGHT TO REMEMBER!!!! (we even broke a platform hahahahaah)
SO MUCH LOVE FOR THESE PEOPLE!
I have been super busy for the past two weeks and it’s really nice because although it was a tough one, I was really happy. For starters though, on why my past couple of days were “super occupied”, I’ve been working as an English Tutor for Koreans at a certain International School. I was hired the second week of July and my first day was the Monday that followed that week and I have been exhausted because my shift is from 8am-5pm. (and wow srsly I finally had a reason to get out of bed and not have a graveyard shift as a normal body clock) And since the weekend following my first week was Katrina’s Birthday Celebration (which I would have a separate post for), I was really really occupied and pressured even after my shift.
So this is me and my “work buddies”! (wait nakakastress yung peace sign hahahahaha don’t mind it lol we’re just very hyper) Hahaha wtf that’s Julius and Cheska and my lunch times wouldn’t have been awesome if it weren’t for them and our ice-cream-after-lunch thing almost every day! Ad btw I have so much love for Korean ice cream!!!!!
And this is me on my first day! Hahahaha it’s really funny because I have to look decent and all lol and in this picture, I was really trying hahaha
I am really grateful because my first week was such a blast, I was really tired at the end of the day but it was as if there was always something wonderful about the day that I would just be so thankful of and all of my stress would just disappear! And especially my students, ahhhhh they are so nice and I am very thankful to have them as my students. My second week was even better now that of course everyone’s even closer than ever and we even went to SM with our students for some sort of field trip. It was exhausting but worth it! It’s such a shame I was only up for two weeks and they kept saying “teacher don’t go” like awwwwwh it’s just really nice to feel wanted (lol wow). My two weeks as a “teacher” was really awesome! Thank you so much Lord!
And so, as of now I am very frustrated with how fast the days have gone and that in a few days I’ll be back in Baguio to face reality and.. ohwell college life again. But I’m just really thankful to have a break with everything, and be back home for 2 months with the people I really love. It gives me some sort of fresh start and a vivid idea of who I really am, because the people around here remind me of her. And I’m not afraid to go back out there anymore.