By simply looking at the first word of this entry’s title, I guess you already know the topic of this very, very, very, VERY special blog entry.
Ah, what do we have here? An update? So, yes I am finally back. Well, not really. Maybe not a lot of you expect my well, early return, or even check my blog for updates. Or even worse, only a few people knew about my two-week break from writing ‘oh-so-wonderful’ entries. I had to step down for a while. Perhaps I really needed this break. I know for a while my entries seem to be too emotional, too dramatic. (Just scroll down a little and you’ll see.) But really, they don’t have any connection with my ‘reality.’ It’s just that I am too occupied to write about something else. Well, its high time for a change.
So what’s up?
It has been a very busy September at least for me, if not all of us. Many things happened, not to mention the surfacing of Inocencia Binayubay, also known as ‘Inday’ in the texting world. Erap has already been proven guilty too, in case you’re blissfully unaware. In a few weeks time too, Manny Pacquiao will have his rematch against Marco Antonio Barrera in Las Vegas. (I wonder what will happen if he loses.) In addition to that, Heroes Season 2 is on its way now to torrent systems like LimeWire and online video hosts such as DailyMotion. (which, as a matter of fact I have just finished watching.)
Academically speaking though, it has been hell from the top of my head to the tip of my toe. Aside from written exams and requirements, I have just finished ‘Hell Walk: Your Foot is on the Line‘ class, also known as PE: Walking. Yes my dear friends, a fairly unbelievable subject actually exists, and lucky me I got it as my PE, thanks to the faulty CRS enlistment eh? And ah, I guess my Engrish will get to work once again in the nearing extemporaneous speaking, as told by our professor in Comm 3. Aside from that, we’ll have the chance to interview Miss Anna Theresa Licaros, also part of our requirements in the latter subject. In general, the so-called hell week was replaced by hell month, as almost every day is full of events and activities. The typical first year life is totally replaced by an apocalyptic demand for academics. Surviving a night or two without sleep is actually an achievement.
Thankfully, we still find the time (and money) for detoxifying ourselves and deviating from the reality of academic life, one by playing DotA. Schedules may be tight, but fortunately we can manage them for the sake of these kinds of ‘leisure’ activities. The start has been a blast, but I hope I’d be able to finish without much casualties. Seriously, I can sense the brewing tension in the air. I’ll be wishing myself some luck; I badly need it.
I’ve got barely three weeks to go mehn.