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April 29, 2005

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You Are 19 Years Old


Under 12: You are a kid at heart. You still have an optimistic life view – and you look at the world with awe.

13-19: You are a teenager at heart. You question authority and are still trying to find your place in this world.

20-29: You are a twentysomething at heart. You feel excited about what’s to come… love, work, and new experiences.

30-39: You are a thirtysomething at heart. You’ve had a taste of success and true love, but you want more!

40+: You are a mature adult. You’ve been through most of the ups and downs of life already. Now you get to sit back and relax.

What Age Do You Act?

Blah April 29, 2005

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In vitro.






death. insipid. death.

why’s. thrice.

Graduate at last! Thus unemployed… April 25, 2005

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After four years of hard work, I’m finally a UP graduate. The four years seem to have passed by so quickly. It seems that I was a freshie only a few months ago and that I was one of the few thousands who was clueless about the University I was enrolled in. But now, I’m a graduate of the BEST University in the country. Now, I’m unemployed. I am no longer a student, that’s until June, I hope. I’m keeping my fingers crossed regarding srudying again in this University, as a law student.

College has taught me many things. One is to find the focus of all that you’re doing. I found mine. It is Jesus. It is with a focus that all the things that I had to do fell in their proper place. I knew when to stop and hang-out. I knew when to stop the partying and go to my books and notes. It was Jesus who gave me all the things that I need and all the things that I have are from him. I wouldn’t be where I am if not for him.

Another thing I’ve learned is to love people around you. I love all my friends and they are one of the reason that college was so much fun. They were the reason that a three hour break was full of fun and wonderful conversations. They were the reason that tambay was not just lounging around or being lazy but a time to really form wonderful relationships with people. I love my family because they were the ones who supported me the entire four years. No one can replace my weird family.

Having a goal in what you do also helps in being excellent. Aim for the best. Why aim fo a 1.25 when you can aim for an uno! Though you know that an uno is like making your tongue touch your nose, IMPOSSIBLE! My aim was to graduate Cum laude, now I am one. Aiming higher could have made a difference. But there’s no use looking back.

One more lesson is for you to stand up for something and be able to defend it. Whatever it is, take a side a stand up for it. Be consistent with what you believe in and you’ll be fine.

The most important really is not how high your grades are, but how much you’ve learned. The relationships that we’ve made is much more important that any medal. In the end, it is your relationship with God, friends and family that will matter more than anything else.

I’ll miss college. I’ll miss my friends. I’ll miss PHAn, I’ll miss hanging out with my friends at Starbucks. I’ll miss cramming papers for Psych subjects. I’ll miss many things. But I’ll move on. Soon…

After the interview April 19, 2005

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I’m done with my Law admission interview. There’s only one word to describe it – weird. That’s because the panel was too friendly, they were less opinionated as I’ve expected and they were SMILING!!!! How could that be? Aren’t they supposed to be like growling beasts ready to devour every applicant that comes in? Aren’t they supposed to be very argumentative and very mean? Why did they become the total opposite of what I’ve expected them to be? I really have no idea.

A lot of questions linger in my mind…

Did I speak clearly?

Was I concise? confident?

Was I able to sell myself to them?

Thinking back, I think I was clear except when I was explaining what ‘greatness’ is and when I was trying to defend my view on lawyers’ influence on the lives of people. I feel sad when I think back on those things that I should have explained clearly, however, there’s nothing I can do about it anymore. I just leave it to God. I am in faith that I will pass – they’ll accept 50 out of the 150 interviewees – hopefully, I’ll be one of the 50.

I’m sad but still very much hopeful and in faith. I’m sad because I don’t have clear expectations of what the results would be. I’m sad because I expected it to be unforgettable – but it could have been forgettable, if only it was not something this important.

I really know I will be a great lawyer. I just really hope that I pass this admission. For now, my faith in God is what really makes me believe. If I were to put my faith on something – that would be that God can make things happen, I just leave it up to him.

First Entry April 3, 2005

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It’s my first entry. I’m excited about my new blog because I really wanted to start writing in my livejournal but something went wrong with my account because I was asked to have my parents answer a form because I was 13 years old and below! I’m turning 21 for crying out loud.
Anyway, I’m excited about the week that’s coming because I’m going to Laguna tomorrow and I’ll be spending the night at one of my blockmate’s house in San Pedro. Then on Tuesday. we’re going to Enchanted Kingdom!!! It’s my first time to go there and I’m really excited. After that, I’ll be going to Caliraya for the Youth Camp from Wednesday to Friday. I’m really excited to spend time knowing God in much more deeper way and to know whether I have to make the transition to a singles cell or to stay in a campus cell.

I’m also excited about our block lunch tomorrow. The problem is that one of my blockmates decided not to go, and she’s the reason we decided to have lunch because we might not see her again. She’s going back to Davao and she’s taking her Medical degree there, so there’s a very slim chance that we’ll see her again. I think I was the reason she decided not to go because she wanted to eat at someplace we had eaten before like Yellow Cab. So I suggested that we eat at Cravings or Pancake House instead. But she said those places were too expensive and suggested Ken Afford! I was a bit upset by the suggestion because she could decide to eat someplace other than that. I just told her to choose the place except fastfood places, Eyrie, Munch , SR Thai, and Wok this way. Then one thing led to another and she just decided not to go. I was pissed because she told me that ‘ang dami daw arte’ and that ‘hindi as sosyal as what you’ve expected’. What does she mean by that?! That I’m picky when it comes to resto and that I only eat at ‘sosyal restos’!!! My goodness!! That’s not me! I may be picky when it comes to food but not with restos. I can eat anywhere. It really saddens me that this has to happen right now, right after our last days of college. Anyway, I’ve forgiven her already and texted her that she reconsider going with us because she was the reason the lunch was planned. I hope she changes he mind.

Now that I’ve let that out, I want to think of happier things – like the YOUTH CAMP! I never planned going there because I thought I won’t be able to save up for it. Thanks to Katkat, I just need to find a way to raise 1,500 pesos by Wednesday. I hope that my tito would give me. I’m keeping my fingers crossed. But I have a back-up plan if the worst thing would happen.

Regarding the worst thing that could happen, doing really bad during my Law Admission interview. BUT I’m really excited and nervous about my Law Admission interview. I really have to be prepared for that. I know I can do it. I just have to make sure that the moment I enter the faculty room, they know that I know what I want and I’m clear about it. I just keep saying to myself – BRING IT ON!!