Also known as: Celebrating two centennial celebrations

Today I join two communities in celebrating 100 years of existence. :)

DLSU 100

Today De La Salle University celebrates its 100 year presence in the Philippines. DLSU has always been my dream college in high school. Despite the distance, the school system and all the failed grades I got (just 3, anyway) there, I know I spent four of my best years in the green halls of Taft. :) I’m proud to be a Lasallian. Too bad I wo’t be able to go to the celebration tonight because of work, and I didn’t get to wear green. I am wearing a green bracelet though — the sentiment counts? :)

There were times when I wondered if I should have chosen another path back in college, like a different school (since I did pass the top 3 universities), but I know I wouldn’t be who I am now if it wasn’t for my Lasallian education. And I’m happy with who I am now. :) Like what that song said, “If I were to live my whole life again, I’d still want to be a Lasallista pa din.” Green and proud!

Animo La Salle! Live Jesus in our hearts, forever. :)

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And then, what do you know, the company I’m working for is also celebrating its centennial year today!

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I mean to post

Also known as: Excuses, excuses on the non-post

I meant to post, really. But lately I’ve been busy doing the following:


And also:

Reading. And blogging about reading.
Reading. And blogging about reading.

And finally:

Trying to get rid of my asthma.
Asthma. Again.

So…there. I’ve been stuck at home the past four weekends with an occasional movie, work stuff and all, but I’m still stuck at home, and frankly, I’m getting tired of being stuck at home. I hope I get better this week because this asthma is really annoying and stressful and who wants that, right? I will beat this asthma. I will.

So excuse the non-post. I promise to post sometime soon, lemme gather my wits and thoughts. In the meantime, how are you guys? :)