So now, back to regular writing…
It has been quite a while since I have written a personal text blog entry here. I have been bombarding everyone with my photos and random updates. I once told myself — just a quick note, not really as a New Year resolution — that I will be writing more often this year; hence a step closer to that note is this.
Firstly, I would like to congratulate myself in advance because I will be graduating from college after this third term. Believe it or not, I still could not believe that I am about to be done with college, after four hard years in DLSU.
If you wonder, though, why I have not posted anything graduation-related, like photos or something, it is just that I did not register for the graduation photo pictorials and whatnot. I did not have any money to pay for it when I registered, so I told my mum that I would not get it. She said it was fine. Pictures are just pictures. What matters more is that I am graduating already.
Anyway, I am done with school by second or third week of April and I still do not know if I am to take those job offers to me or try to look for some other. I want to take up my Masters immediately after graduating from college but at the same time; I also want to have a good job so that I can help my parents and give them something in return.
Yes, I took an extra course (Politics of Education, 3 units) outside of my curriculum just to suit up the minimum of 12 units to qualify as Dean’s List.
Secondly, I am still experiencing “Bangkok/Thailand Hangover.” I think this trip of mine has been the best so far. Not only that I have learnt many things about the ASEAN and the different member countries of it but I also get to meet a lot of people from the Youth Exchange Program, and it makes me want to go to Laos, Vietnam, Indonesia and Burma/Myanmar soon. I wonder why, though. Thanks to ASEAN, to the Government of Thailand and Chulalongkorn University for making this Youth Exchange Program possible for us. I swear, too, that I will come back to Thailand and meet up with my friends from there. I wouldn’t want to talk about the things that we were talking about during lectures, forums, panel discussions and group activities because I know not everyone is interested about it.
Lastly, this is what I have become.
I don’t know, but I really feel like something has changed in me, except of course with my hair style. The feeling hit I when I started to look at my photos and see that something has really is different in me. I feel more empowered and I feel a lot more confident. I think this has to do with my promise to myself to be more expressive and to relate more to people.
I think, I have maintained my body figure, too. I’m not getting that fat, but I’m not getting that thin either, regardless if I eat much or not. I hope this goes for good. I mean, who does not want to have a body that works that way, right?
Good evening! How is everyone doing? Oh, yes! Happy Easter, too! Catch the bunny and catch ‘em eggs, too!