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Hi! I’m an official high school graduate now! Yay!
Actually, I graduated on March 19. But let’s pretend it was yesterday.
I can’t believe that my four years at high school are over. I really can’t. Even though the months leading up to the special day, my friends and I would talk about how excited we were to go to college. What we would do, the orgs we’ll join, the people we’ll meet. Then, suddenly it’s happening. It’s surreal. To be honest, the moment I was handed my diploma I did not feel anything. I’ve always imagined a feeling of elation or at least relief would come over but I waited and there wasn’t.
The feeling that did come over me was sadness. Because I wouldn’t see my friends who stuck by me regularly. Especially because we were moving to Quezon City just a few days later. When it was announced that we are the batch of 2013 blah blah blah. We ran towards our friends and hugged. And then I cried. Prior to senior year, I
know thought that I was not gonna cry but just a few hours before the grad ceremony I knew that wasn’t happening.
This picture describes it. If you can’t tell, that’s me getting hugged by a guy in the middle.
Then, it’s college and starting over again. Until then, happy summer, everyone!
I just got home from the Mall of Asia arena. And I’m starting to think that it’s a very unlucky place for me because the first time I got there was when I watched the UP vs. UST last September and I was rooting for UP and guess what. They lost. But hey, at least I got to see my fave UAAP basketball team.
And then just a couple of hours earlier, I went there to watch the DLSU-ADMU volleyball team with my Lasallian friend, Nadine. And the Lady Eagles lost. Ugh. But it’s alright. They’re still awesome.
Nadine made me hold this. I’m adorable, I know. (Kapal face) Hahaha!
And then my parents gave me this just moments earlier.
They said that they found it at a counter at the new house we’re buying/renting. My mom was so weirded out by it because we visited it multiple times before and never saw it. And then earlier today, she said it was the first thing she noticed upon entering the house. Freaky. I like to think its fate. Hahaha!
All the photos are taken by my cellphone except the one of the UP Fighting Maroons so the quality isn’t so excellent.
I received this envelope exactly a week ago. I’ve been expecting it since January 12th so it felt absolutely amazing when I actually got my hands on it. I still remember it like it was yesterday. Hans, our class president, handed it to me on dismissal time and I screamed bloody murder the moment my eyes landed on it. My classmates were almost as ecstatic as I am. They’re incredibly supportive. They actually found out about the ACET results before me. I was surprised to see my phone beeping with congratulatory texts moments after I found out about the
dreaded results. Thank you guys! Anyways, I can’t wait for college.
Thank you God for granting me this wonderful, amazing, fantastic blessing.
I’ve always wanted to make a blog, but I didn’t think I’d have a lot of things to post about. So why would I start now? I just figured that my blog wouldn’t have to be focused on a specific subject. This blog would be about me. (Self-centered, much?) This is my space (Actually, this is wordpress. Jk.) and my words. But the main reason I started this blog is that so I can have a space where I can record the memorable experience I have since I’m about to head off to college. WOO! So that’s it.
About the title: Since I’m about to graduate high school, I’m starting to feel nostalgic. Gotta love HSM! Gabriella and Troy forevuuuhhh