Saturday, December 19, 2009

December 18, 2009

Thanks everyone <3

*Woke up 4 in the morning to study for Crim II. Haha! That’s how we do it in the law school. Still studying even if it’s Christmas already.
*Checked my FB account and saw lots of greetings <3
*The traditional birthday breakfast with the family.
*Long ride conversations with Daddy, who dropped me off to Rockwell first before going to Bataan.
*Had my hair and nails done :)
*Checked my FB again and saw even mooore greetings. Didn’t have time na to reply, though.
*NO CRIM II!!! =))
*Almost cried with my housemates’ letter and surprise. They gave me Nina Garcia’s The Little Black Book of Style (which I super super super want) and yummy cream puffs :D
*Mongkok with Dors and Estelle. I love their seafood roll and their red bean cheesecake! And best of all, their price! I only paid 360 for everything na. Super cheap!
*Laughtrip moments with the two while waiting for a cab
*Saw my YFC and PsychSoc families <3 YFC and PsychSoc will ALWAYS be family to me. I got lots of hugs, greetings, aaaaand they sang for me. Haha. It just felt so good seeing friendly, familiar faces. And really, those two orgs have a way of making you feel really, really loved :) Too bad I wasn’t able to stay for long. Looking back now, I wish I stayed for at least 30-45 minutes more with each of the two. Super kulang talaga yung time. Anyway, to my batchmates, I’m sooooooooooo happy I saw you. To my ates and kuyas, thank you, too. I still look up to all of you. Always have, and I guess, always will. And to the younger batches, I love you all <3 Haha. I never thought I’d relish being called “Ate Rhea.” In my earlier years in college, I loathed the idea. Because I loved being the baby. But really, I’d like to thank you for making me realize a lot of things about myself, for giving me an opportunity to step up and take on responsibilities for sucha big family. Thank you for the trust. And I must say, I’m soooo proud of you guys :)
*Dors and I spent some time with Norman, my best guy friend in elementary. Woohoooo. I love elementary days! I had a very happy childhood, thankyouverymuch. Haha!
*Central with BLOCK A! I had fun! Thank you for coming :D And I went home very much sober! Woke up very much sober as well. Haha. Thanks to Ernie who drove for us home! And thank you all for half a year of memorable law school moments :)

Family dinner later! So maybe this is the first time I’m gonna celebrate my birthday with my family on a day other than my birthday, but I don’t want to be sucha drama queen about it na. Haha. I had lots of fun yesterday with elem friends, college friends, and the block naman :)

I feel bad though that I didn’t get to hear mass :( Lord, sorry. And superrr thanks for granting my wish :) It was a happy day, after all! On the way to Central, Dors and I were talking about how sometimes things don’t really go according to the way you planned it, but ultimately, what matters is that at the end of the day, you’ll discover that God’s plans are actually way better than yours :)

Another year older, but not necessarily wiser. For my 21st year, I pray that I may be more mature AND more child-like at the same time :)

“Hearts need a mind. Like a clock needs the time. Like white needs black. If you leave I hope you’ll need to come back… You got so much love in you. You got so much love in you. I’m amazed that I’m talking to you. You look like the songs that I’ve heard my whole life coming true.”
-So much love, The Rocket Summer. One of my favorite songs of all time. This is for all my friends. You all amaze me in different ways. And I’m blessed to have all of you :) Listen to that song, listen to that song! It’s a happy song and it’s my song for you! :)

Friday, December 11, 2009

Christmas spirit, where art thou?

Paramdam ka na, ha? :) Right now, I'm drowning in acads-related stuff. Not that I'm complaining because I actually like what we study. But DECEMBER IS MY FAVORITE MONTH. At the very least, even if I can't party as much, I want to feel the Christmas spirit naman! That warm, fuzzy, super feel-good feeling. Which I don't really feel right now. Maybe next week. Hopefully, at the very latest, early next week!


I'll be turning 21 in a week and I still haven't shopped!
On the brighter side of things, I'm finally shedding unwanted fats :D

It's Christmas two weeks from now and I still haven't bought a single gift!!!!!
And I think I kinda overspent haha. How in the world will I buy gifts now? :))

Next week = PARTY EVERYDAY. One Christmas party for every prof. Kumusta naman yon diba. Hahaha!


I'm still 7 cases away from reaching my quota for our Consti class tomorrow (22 cases). And though I'm done reading for Crim, I haven't memorized the articles yet :o

Lord, gusto ko na po ng stellar recit :) Thank You! :)

Tuesday, December 8, 2009

We like uncertainties, don't we?

Half-sarcastic, half-true.

Hahahahaha :))


Half-sarcastic, because really, uncertainty sucks.
Then again, half-true.
Because sometimes, we're actually afraid to know the truth.


Legally Blonde's soundtrack and Glee's Don't Stop Believeing is keeping me away from emo sh*t right now <3 My emotions are easily suggestible.

No muna to my favorites JEW and DC on Tuesday nights and Wednesday mornings (before the deadly Wednesday BIG THREE).

Besides, bad for recits ang emo-ness.
So no to emo!

Friday, December 4, 2009


Rhealization for the day:

Bad days?
They don't happen to break you.
They happen to make you :)

Thursday, December 3, 2009

Strike 2 :|

Sorry, pass :|


Why? :( I was prepared to recite today, except for two Re: ACA cases. I was relieved that I wasn't the one called to recite on the first. But lo and behold, I had to be called on the second.

I don't know what's happening to me. I study, I really do. And I know that I know more than what I have shown in our Consti class so far.


It's just frustrating.

Grabe, sobrang loser lang ng feeling. Hay.