It’s been a while since I’ve written in this blog. The reason is because I was writing my journal entries on Tumblr and I was distracted by the other posts made by the people whom I follow over there, so I tend to check it every now and then, post something interesting that happened in my life and then reblog posts (especially picture collages of Ryan Ross, Ryan & Brendon together and Patrick Star).
For the past few months, I’ve been focusing on my studies until the day finally came that I’ve graduated from St. Paul College, Pasig last March 23, 2013. Sadly, on that same day, My Chemical Romance broke up and it added up to my grief (honestly, I didn’t want to attend my graduation rites because I expected it to be so fucking long, and it was: a mass, and then the rites itself wherein the batch, composed of 405 students, will be called on stage with all of their awards announced. You couldn’t imagine how long it was… anyway, I lasted. The ceremony started around 3 and ended at 8pm at the Complex. I couldn’t stand the heat there, and there was moment when I had to get out of the Complex to buy two bottles of water because I was really thirsty).
But on the bright side, during those last months of mine at my Alma Mater, Fall Out Boy has come back after their hiatus, and they released awesome songs that I find myself singing throughout the day. Their album is going to be released around the 15th or 16th of April, so hopefully, by that time, my laptop will be fixed (I’m using my father’s other laptop as of the moment. My laptop overheated, and my dad said that all my files might have been deleted. It’s a good thing I decided to keep a back up USB for the music that I’ve downloaded online.)
So among the three universities that I’ve applied for during my final year in St. Paul College, Pasig, I passed my dream course in UST, which is BS Occupational Therapy. Unfortunately, I didn’t get into UP, my dream school, and get into my dream course there as well. I got waitlisted in Ateneo, which isn’t that bad, although I’m taking it as a sign from God to just pursue a premed course. It’s funny because I had never seen myself taking up a premed course when I was younger. I thought the course I’d be taking in college, back when I was 10 or 11 years old, was going to be Communication Arts or Creative Writing… something completely different from what I have chosen in UST. I pursued creative writing in UP & Ateneo–in UP, I wasn’t accepted and in Ateneo, well I got waitlisted. Actually, there’s this course in Ateneo that I really wanted to try out (AB Humanities) because it’s entirely about the arts: music, film, art, literature, etc. But I already applied in UST plus studying in Ateneo would be similar to murdering my wallet as well as my parent’s, since I couldn’t really afford it, and my mother’s just overseas who’s not really giving much of a contribution for my studies… but she recently gave me an electric guitar for my birthday/high school graduation.
I just noticed that most of my batchmates will be studying in DLSU too. Well, I didn’t take the DLSUCET so yeah.
Yesterday, I hung out with my friends at Eastwood to have a post birthday celebration (my birthday was last April 1. No kidding. Seriously. I’m really born on that day. I’ll show you a copy of my birth certificate if I can find it.) Anyway, it was fun. I won in bowling (bragging rights). XD