I’m trying to get a 4096 combination but I think it seems impossible. Oh well.
Want a Peek?
1. try to be nicer.
2. always keep my cool.
3. wash my plates right after the second I’m done eating.
4. be more productive when facing the computer.
5. more considerate of how others feel.
6. avoid spending all of my money just to buy food.
7. more transparent of how I really feel.
8. try to enjoy a good-rated film though I’m already bored on the first 20 minutes.
That’s all for now.
I just finished watching the two-part ending minutes ago.
And it sucks. It totally sucks. There was not enough time to summarized what happened to the gang through the years after Barney and Robin’s wedding. There was not enough closure. How the series ended made my thumbs up a thumbs down.
But, the whole TV series is good, except the ending of course. There were life lessons which other series failed to convey. It made clear to us that a person’s partner will surely come at one point of your life. And if the day that he/she vanishes from your life, there’s always the “next one” after “the one”. The series made it clear that your friends are one of the best people you could meet. Sure there are times when you have heated arguments but those same people, even how stupid and idiotic you are are still beside you - to support you and comfort you. Though there will be times that you’ll lose in touch with one another, you just need to keep holding on if you don’t want them to disappear.
It was a lame ending, but still, How I Met Your Mother was awesome.
I’ve been elected again as the Vice President of the Marketing Committee of my organization. Compared last year, I’m not feeling any pressure - coz if I did, that’s kind of stupid. Why would I be pressured by my own self? Haha.
I remember the time when I was newly-elected. I felt very happy but soon enough, fear had dawned me. Various “what ifs” popped out everywhere inside my head. “What if I can’t comply with my committee’s tasks?”, “What if my members will hate me and end up disliking the org?”, “What if I didn’t really deserved my position?”.
Pressure. That’s what made me ask those questions to myself. I know it was natural though. Besides, the former VP of my committee made a great job doing his responsibilities. I’ve always admired him (not in a romantic way. ew) to balance his obligations for the org and his academics. I have always looked up to him whenever I’m not sure of the decisions I made.
People would always compliment me, telling me that I did a great job being the VP of my committee. But little do they know that it was thanks to my former VP and of course to my members and especially my assistant.
I didn’t expect it but, I can count on all my members (disregarding the two gentlemen) in every responsibility I gave them. Our committee’s tasks are not easy. Well basically, Marketing is in-charged of all the visuals, props, costumes, videos etc. if there was an competition event our organization had joined. And we’re not “seasonal”. Whenever there is a need for costume designs, we’ll provide it. Whenever a need for a support poster arises, we’ll make it. Whenever the org needs to glitter itself, we’ll make sure it’ll outshine the others. That being said, what we do can’t be accomplished without the right plan and execution.
And my members understood that clearly. Take the Yo! event (group dance competition) for example. The dancers’ practice would start 6 PM onwards. Even though one can’t come, he’ll make sure to help on another time. Sometimes, they attend not just because its their responsibility. But instead, it’s the mere fact that they just want to attend.
And of course, there was our org’s fashion event. I gotta say, the members of committee think alike. And when the theme for our fashion event was revealed, not one of them was thrilled. I was not too. Well it’s because we didn’t like the theme. But putting that aside, my mems still worked hard on our designs. I’ve gotta admit, even though we didn’t like the result of the theme-voting, we made a great gob doing our designs. Greater than our designs from the past year. It was really fulfilling. I knew they were half-hearted when they discovered what the theme was. However, that didn’t stop us to make our designs, beautiful and astounding.
Our tasks wouldn’t be a success without our coordination. I’m really thankful to have the chance to work with Dan, Jiel, Chin, Faye, Jairo, Louie, Carlo, Ruf, Bea, Edu, JC, Djo, Celina and Jem for whole year.
Maybe they’re the reason I’m not pressured a lil bit? Coz we’ll make sure that everything we’ll do the next academic year will be more greater than what we did for this year. :)
3/22/’14 - EXECOMM Date
It was our last execomm meeting and we celebrated it by eating at Didi’s Pizza in Angeles. Though I wasn’t smitten of what I ordered (though a friend of mine said it was the most “sulit” food from the menu), I can’t deny that I had a good time with these people.
In the whole academic year that I’ve worked with them, we had quarrels, disagreements and issues among us. But of course, those didn’t stopped us to resolve them and still, have a good time with each other while doing our tasks.
But, the time for us to say our goodbyes is fast approaching. Most of them will graduate from our university and find jobs in the “real world” on their own.
I haven’t told even one of them, but, I’ll surely miss these people. :)
Some stranger sent me a message in FB congratulating me that I passed the UPCAT.
I would gladly thank her. But, I’m an incoming 4th yr student at UP.
Not an incoming freshman.
If I could just download cute alive puppies from the internet, that would just be great.