Matching type: 3 out of 6.
I know he did everything he can to make us feel cared for and loved but I don’t know if I did enough to make him feel the same.
He may not be around anymore but he will always stay in my heart and I will always cherish all the memories he shared with us. I love you so much Papa. We love you so very much!
One of our barbeque bonding weekends. 🙂 Read the rest of this entry
Last Friday, I met with two of my good old friends from high school -Jeftot and Plo Plo (that’s what I fondly call Jef, the future Diplomat and Adolfo, the future lawyer) and I was glad to see them after a long while. I can’t stop feeling happy about the irony of things. Yes, we have changed a lot but we are actually still the same “high schoolers” – noisy, rowdy and just plainly crazy.
We have took on different endeavors and I was quite proud of our batch which leads me to reminisce about our high school life.
There are 3 High Schools in our town (2 public and 1 private)- Sindangan National Agricultural School (SNAS), Sindangan National High School (SNHS) and St. Joseph College (SJC). I had no second thoughts in choosing SNHS as my high school. And I wasn’t mistaken in doing so.
Freshmen: Majority of my friends from my elementary school also chose SNHS, so it was like grade school all over again except that we are really now in high school. We said goodbye to some of our elementary classmates but we also said hello to new ones.
This was taken during the Centennial Celebration of Independence (June 1998). Read the rest of this entry
I have known these girls for almost 9 years now – U.P. Student Number 2002. 🙂 And though we do not see each other as often as we want to, we try to catch up on each other from time to time.
So we actually planned to jog at U.P. last Saturday but the rain was such a bummer. So we ended up at Trinoma instead. I realized more than ever that even though we seldom see each other, they are still the same girls I fell in love with during my freshman year, the same girls I cried and laughed with through out my college years, and I just love them! 🙂
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I am proud to say that I am a product of the public school system. And I am proud to say that I was taught well. I am lucky to have been nurtured, trained and advised by great teachers who, up to now, I hold dear in my heart.
In grade school, I went to Sindangan Pilot Demonstration School (SPDS) and I can still remember, more than the names, the warmth, lessons and discipline these teachers have imparted to me (I hope my memory won’t fail me): Read the rest of this entry
I would like to assume that everybody is familiar with this line from an Eraserheads song:
“Minsan sa may KALAYAAN tayo’y nagkatagpuan
May sariling gimik at kanya-kanyang hangad sa buhay
Sa ilalim ng iisang bubong
Mga sekretong ibinubulong
Kahit na anong mangyari
Kahit na saan ka man patungo…”
They actually pertained to the Kalayaan Residence Hall of the University of the Philippines-Diliman. A dormitory for Freshmen – the gullible dreamers!
Every resident of this dorm, I think was told that story and I was one of those residents. Kalayaan Batch ’02!
Oh well, I just want to keep this short, simple and painful (hehehe). So let me introduce to you the Centerfold Girls of Kalayaan Residence Hall Batch 2002!
Every time I come home, I look at this house and memories keep flooding in. After all, this was the house I grew up in. And even if we no longer live in this house, I still gaze at it with a promise that someday it will come to life again. Someday.
Yeah, no denying, it looks like a Haunted House now. Read the rest of this entry
Management Associates Program (MAP) is a one-year training program of the Development Bank of Philippines for would-be junior officers of the Bank.
So this is just one of the many posts that I will be making inorder to relive the moment.
Corporate Culture (October 3, 2007)
Ma’am Estrella Aclan
Ma’am Rosalia Oraa
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