I think I should use the mantra “mind over mattress” on a daily basis.
I guess have become open to each other since I came back from Manila after my internship at Rappler.
I am just so happy that I could share whatever I want to share
except sex, still, though.
So earlier I told her to send me a private message to Facebook about how she sees me as a person and as a daughter. She posted this, and I replied.
One does not necessarily have to know what she said because most of the words are in our mother tongue, Hiligaynon but LOL THE HI THERE SOUNDS LIKE A FRIEND.
Aside from being a mother, she is a friend to me. She has been very helpful in making difficult situations easy just by being there as a mother and as a friend.
Oh hi there! And no, I do not work for Rappler.
It has been a while since I last blogged. I actually just signed in because I want to blog how my mother’s wit made my night today— I’ll blog it after this one.
In the span of… my last blog to this blog, I have already finished my internship at Rappler, enrolled for my last (well, hopefully!) school year and started working at an office in the school that pays for all tuition, thus freeing my parents from worrying where to get the money for my studies!
Basically I am just amazed at how things have happened in just a short span of time.
I have also been sent to Manila as a delegate for the 1st Student Media Congress, watched an very educational football tour and realize that I
am was in the verge of losing my scholarship because of being too complacent with the tasks.
But the chance of losing my scholarship is thin, now that we have acted on our tasks and hopefully the next publication— my main task in the office (Center for External Relations, to be exact) as a Special Student Assistant— would be done seamlessly as expected by our director.
Haynako so many things to discuss but here’s my life/me/realizations in bullets:
I’ve been an intern at Rappler (“what’s Rappler?” “don’t know that? shame on you.”) since April 16 and for the first two assignments, I guess, although carefully done, I did them slow. The last one was even incomplete because of a technical problem. -_-
My co-interns have been very busy doing articles but I’m just… kayz. And I have to go home this coming Wednesday for a very personal reason, terribly missing out hours of internship again.
So, I came up with a proposal that I’d ask for assignments to do and blah, making up online for the possible hours that I’d lose while I’m away, since we could count off-internship site hours to our internship hours for as long as we’re doing our (internship) task/s wherever we are.
I hope that I could pass non-mediocre outputs while I’m away.
(Not sure if I could disclose what I did but to be safe, I chose not to tell)
“fuck” i whisper to myself as i hear the facebook chat sound come through my speakers
I made these bookmarks for our DevCom class and for my DevCom group, #USLS4Change. We are keeping our fingers crossed that our project would be adopted by the school and our partners.
The main objective of #USLS4Change is to provide the USLS community a venue to live out the Prayer of Change (One La Salle Prayer).
If approved, these bookmarks would serve as fund-raising materials and the income that we could gain from these would go to other projects supported by the school. That’s basically like hitting two birds with one stone! We have also made AVPs and well, posters-turned-brochures (these are not my jobs). :>
Modesty aside, our DevCom professor said he wants these printed on t-shirts and even agreed on the idea of printing these as posters… and to think that I’ve only made these hours before of our class presentation. I cannot say these are products of procrastination… I just think it turned out well because these are for a good cause. :3