This is what it means to age gracefully…
God save the queen
The former South African president died today at age 95. Remember him through his uplifting and revolutionary words.
I AM COMPLETELY OKAY AND FINE WHAT ARE YOU TALKING ABOUT
beginnings & endings - dean winchester
Ladies and gentleman, 21 year old twins and child stars Dylan and Cole Sprouse.
I’m damned sure
I have developed
a back fetish
Hi. It’s been a while, hasn’t it? My yearning to write has all but replenished itself during these past few months. I’ve been so inconsistent on this blog and for that I apologize.
I’m sorry for being absent and for rarely if not never online. The days of my depth and depression are long gone and I guess I became too lazy to write about how I was doing. Or… I was just too busy.
Perhaps the latter is more befitting for my case.
College has been fun. It has been crazy!
When I got into Ateneo, I had no idea what I was in for. i only focused on the fact that I did get in. The fact that it was something to be proud of. I never actually placed too much thought of what really was going to happen to me.
Later in the Summer, I got anxious, I got scared. What if Ateneo wasn’t what I expected? What if the people there are going to be snobs? What if I won’t fit in?
My answers were soon answered when school started. Ateneans are the best. As far as I can tell, they’re the sweetest bunch of people I have ever met. Or, I’m just really lucky. Taking this into account, I would never survive school without a stable group of friends to support me.
Good thing, too. School was… omg. C R A Z Y demanding. I had to do this, I had to do that, I had to be everywhere. It was mid-sem when I realized that this was no longer high school. i could no longer “wing” the papers, the tests, or the homework anymore. I had to work hard to continue on living my dream.
And I did. And along the way, i didn’t realize that my friendships back home were slowly crumbling. I didn’t know that they had issues with how I was. I didn’t realize how I was treating them. I was so involved and focused on how happy and how stressed I was that I forgot to ask them how they were. Good thing when I went home, things were somewhat mended. I guess that will suffice.
After all, these kids are my best friends and no matter how many new people I meet or how many new friends enter my life, they will and always will be my family as well.
Anyway, while I was away, while I was studying up north, I think I matured. I think the way my brain processes things differently now. I don’t get bothered by shallow things anymore.
I grew as a person. I guess this is what college does to you?