Learn not to depend on anyone; even your shadow leaves you when you’re in darkness.
"When you have to give up important things in life, God makes sure he replaces it with something of greater value."
God gave me such a beautiful friend, inside and out, for all the pain I went through this year :) I miss you Pia May! Yakimix when you get back! :D
"Nobody dies from a heartbreak. It’s actually a good opportunity to become a better, not bitter person."
This city’s made us crazy and we must get out.
Hell week’s almost over. 1 more exam, a paper and our thesis research proposal. When all of that is over, it’s the second semester already! Sucks to be me, I don’t have a semestral break!
On the other hand, I still thank God for giving me the strength to finish this semester. I thank friends for still putting up with my shit. And for new friends who saw through the freak-show facade of my personality.
It’s been one helluva sem; but I’m still standing :)
EVOKE: the Grand Ecosoc Month Launch (09/02/11)
One of my many frustrations in life.. DANCING!
September 1, 2011 Thursday - The Battle of Katipunan (UP vs. AdMU)
The UP Pep Squad always gives me the chills! And their blonde hair is.. Is something :)) I’M OFFICIALLY EXCITED FOR THIS YEAR’S CHEERDANCE COMPETITION! LET’S GO UP!!!
Putt, Putt & Away: Inter-Freshman Machine Design Contest
September 24, 2011 Melchor Hall
Participants: Each group consists of 3-4 members. At least one member must be from the College of Engineering.
Game Mechanics: Build a (Golf) ball-striking mechanism. Each entry will be judged according to their design and accuracy.
NO REGISTRATION FEE
P3000, P2000, P1000 worth of prizes
Math Building: August 31 - September 2, 2011
AS Walk: September 6 & 7, 2011
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Destiny taps you at the least expected of times, and gives you the kind of person you certainly don’t expect.
This is probably the best thing I have bought with my own money!
AND I’M IN GRYFFINDOR!
Fair Play: Pinoy Pride in the Homeless World Cup
“First, they smile all the time. Second, they are all incredibly polite. Third, their football improves each year and they try to learn from other teams. Fourth, they play football in the right spirit—trying to win by playing a great passing game of football but taking defeat in a courteous way. Fifth, Philippine fans appear in droves to support them, no matter where the Homeless World Cup is being held.”
That reminded me of the World Cup of Pool in Scotland back in 2006, when our kababayans filled the arena, bringing with them a fiesta atmosphere, to help boost Efren Reyes and Francisco Bustamante to the title over Team USA’s Rodney Morris and Earl Strickland.
Yep, give them a chance to root for our own squad, our kababayans abroad will come in droves to show their loyalty, and perhaps, have some fun along the way as the rest of the HWC teams are learning.
You might say I’m overreacting but I tears flowed from my eyes while reading this. I felt so proud of all our Kababayans, be it the players or the fans :)