Sunday, October 07, 2012

Hello world.

Grad pictorial. One step closer to every undergrad student's goal: Graduate. I may be a year delayed compared to my friends since I took a leave of absence, but I'm still pretty psyched to reach my goal. I never dreamed of becoming an engineer. As a matter of fact, when I entered this university, I didn't know what I wanted to be. I just went with the flow and now here I am, 4 years later, 4 years older, wiser and funnier. (No not really) Probably 80% of what I know and do right now, I learned from entering the university at the young age of 14. Now let's not be emotional since I still have less than 2 years to go, but I can feel it. I am *this* close to entering the "real world" and achieving independence.

This day was so much fun. Had our pictorial at 9am, then our own mini pictorial around school afterwards. 

When it was time to go, I decided to go with Michelle and Erika to One Archer's since they needed to eat lunch. To our surprise, we saw LA Revilla and Thomas Torres at Zuppa! It took all of Michelle's courage to ask LA and Thomas. Thank god LA went out of the restaurant so it was easier for us to approach him. He was nice and friendly...he even asked Michelle her ID number and our names! When my parents called, Mish had no choice but to go in and ask Thomas for a picture! Ung lagay na yun bagong gising siya. Imagine waking up to that kind of face everyday. My god!!!

When my parents picked me up, we headed to MOA for lunch and to have our visa pictures taken. We ate at a chinese place called Royalview Seafood Restaurant.

I was actually high around this time and was anticipating for another UAAP player sighting. I was hoping for the Teng brothers and Kiefer Ravena but I didn't see them :(
After this, we went back down south to have mass at Westgrove then to the Westgrove bazaar then dinner at Cafe Breton. 

All is well. I am pretty blessed to have good friends and family. :)

1 comment:

  1. Hi, thank you so much for the comment on my pics. I use a Canon EOS 550D, an 18-200mm and a 50mm 1.8 II lens. Your pics are gorgeous too!