Thursday, February 13, 2014
Still feeling a bit under the weather today. But at least fever is down by 1 degree... Though needed rest, I couldn't. It's the last day of classes and my students are going to have their final exam next week. When I came home and tried to take a nap this happened:
Wednesday, February 12, 2014
Tuesday, February 11, 2014
Monday, February 10, 2014
In my 30+ years of existence, I never really experienced receiving flowers on Valentine's Day. Well, I received a few in my younger years, but I asked for them - like catching a good guy friend in the corner and threaten him if he didn't give you a single flower on Vday. Yes, that is the story of my pathetic little life. So, I made a wish and put it in my wishbox, hoping that the universe would surprise me and a bunch of flowers be sent my way for Valentine's. Little did I know that such wish would be granted a few days shy of my target day. My students gave me a bunch of white mums this morning and I just couldn't be any happier. Well, I can't afford to be choosy, can I?
Sunday, February 9, 2014
Played impromptu entrance hymn for the Sunday Mass this afternoon. Our instrumentalist met with an accident, and I had no choice but to take over lest no one would. Good thing he came right before the last line of the hymn ended, so he took it from there and played Glory to God while I took care of what I am good at taking care of - the second voice for the choir! :)
Saturday, February 8, 2014
Friday, February 7, 2014
Thursday, February 6, 2014
We just had the International Cultural and Food Fair at the university which was participated by several faculties including Humanities and Social Sciences and International College. We hold this every year but this year is extra special. For one, it's the first time that Filipino food has a representation. Thanks to the ever energetic lady professor of Tourism from the International College. Another thing is that this is the first time I am attending that I can really relate and enjoy the occasion. I think I've made friends at the university over the year, which makes me feel a little more comfortable acting out of my comfort zone. Sad to say, in my five years of stay at the U, I kind of isolated myself for three years. But I am not doing that anymore. I am now more sociable and willing to do stuff other than teaching. I am now ready to party!
And... being open and more sociable means making yourself more open to possibilities. One of which is...
Viva Spain! (at itatago na lang kita sa pangalang horhe)