If that is the case, then I am the weakest person I have ever known. I'm an only child. My cousins are way older than me. When I was born my maternal cousins were already in college, with their girlfriends. My paternal cousins live far away from me. I became close to my mother. When … Continue reading I am weak.
Soon, I'll be packing up my stuffs. Soon, I'll leave the first university I've been. I'm not graduating, but due to some unfortunate circumstances, I decided to go back to my homebase. I've changed a lot. A lot happened that molded and bruised me to what I am now. A lot knew that I did … Continue reading What am I to do?
After more or less than a year, I would be walking up the stage to get my diploma. Some, if not all, of my classmates would graduate as cum laude, magna cum laude, summa cum laude. Some, if not all, in the IRFS track, will be one of those three. Maybe, I'm not in there. … Continue reading Headstrong
Most os us, if not all, would proceed to get a degree after high school. Well, in my generation's case (or maybe in my culture's case), it is mandatory. Mandatory because K+12 is not yet implemented and people will look down on you if you don't have a degree. But wait, it's not just an … Continue reading The Joys and Woes of Studying in a University
I was scrolling through Yahoo! when I stumbled upon this article: Four Foolish Majors To Avoid. So, as a curious hummingbird as I am, I clicked on the link and read the article, and to my surprise, my degree program is there. I am a Political Science major, and it belongs to the liberal arts … Continue reading Career NO-pportunity
Ok. This is my Filipino Assignment and I have to encircle the sentences that has some 'tayutay's in it. But before anything else, I want to share this funny assignment that I have. We've been friends for a long time ago. We come from the same alma mother. Actually, our paths crossed one time on … Continue reading My Filipino Assignment