Nag-aayos ako ng undergrad files ko, tapos nakita ko ‘to. Dumadaan pa rin naman ako sa campus (medyo madalas nga e, haha), pero iba pa rin talaga kapag estudyante ka pa. Hay, nakaka-miss.
mistertambourineman replied to your video: We all knew it was going to happen; we just didn’t…
OMG I have a similar post I wrote last week :)))))))
But didn’t post until now. I win.
We all knew it was going to happen; we just didn’t want it to happen so soon, if not at all. I realize now that last Monday marked the end of something, and that it doesn’t matter how many times we say we’ll keep in touch. As cliche as it sounds, we will go our separate ways (we probably already have) and things will change. It’s ka. All we can hope for is that most of those changes will be for the better, and that those changes that aren’t for the better are changes that we’ll be able to handle.
P.S. In the movie, the Muppets eventually end up together again. Maybe we will, too.
P.P.S. Do try to keep in touch or I will end you.
This has been playing in my head since Day 1 of my 11-day fieldwork and I have no idea why. I’m not complaining, though.
I’ll probably make a more ~*in-depth*~ post about said fieldwork later; the experience, I think, is something worth sharing.
It’s been a week since I graduated from college, and only now do I realize that I have no concrete plan on what to do with my life. But before the panic sets in and messes up my mind completely, here’s a simple note to everyone that made my stay in the university life-changing. A lot of things can be said about my journey through college, but I think the only important thing to say is that I would not have been able to come out of it alive if it weren’t for the people who were with me from the start and those I’ve met along the way. I am and always will be grateful.