I’ve always thought that taking up Law would lead me to a lifestyle similar to what I’ve had experience in undergraduate school. Back then, I can wake up late and not worry on what I have studied until an hour before the actual class. Well…. scratch that. I only study a night before the long exams. Every time our schedule permits, which was most of the time, we head straight to Goro’s – a bar near our school. I can even insert Tae Kwon Do training schedules thrice a week. Sometimes, I stayed at the city’s public Tennis Park and watched people skate everyday. Continue reading “The Struggles of a Working Student”
My baby brother sent me these photos this morning. The sunflowers in our front yard are blooming while the old wooden fence were already painted white. It made me home sick and miss my family even more.
Living in the city and away from home is not easy. Aside from the environment and cultural differences, there Continue reading “What it feels like to be living alone 14 hours away from your hometown”
Gurllll, before I start posting and s*** (bleep), this entry has been long overdue. I was busy with my thesis, summer classes and… thesis. Like I said from the previous post, this getaway happened last March. No plans. No scheds. And a little budget. But Continue reading “Anawangin Cove and Capones Island: PhotoDiary”
Last March, one of our fraternity brother from UE Chapter invited us to visit Iba, Zambales. Since the last week of that month was a long weekend, my sorority sisters and I agreed to go. I have never been to Zambales and I really wanted to see the Continue reading “Handling our Zambales getaway without an Itinerary”
While writing case briefs at some cafe last week, Tim showed me a schedule of Indie Filipino Films to be shown on some movie theater I never heard of. I searched the said theater and got curious on what experience can a micro-movie house offer in comparison with Continue reading “Meet me in Cinema ’76”