Friday, December 24, 2010
Friday, December 17, 2010
Thursday, December 09, 2010
To Micky, once a best friend, man, I really thank you for pushing me away. It was the best thing you ever did as a favor. Thank you so much! I care for you kuya.
And most especially, I dunno if I am allowed to mention his name. To my biological brother who financially supports me and shoulders all the expenses in my education. YOU ARE THE BEST BROTHER IN THE WORLD. I LOVE YOU KUYA...:)
To Mr. RL, we may not personally know each other, but I want you to know that I am happy for your "company. Thank you for making me feel simple thrills.:)
Wednesday, December 08, 2010
- STUDYING ACCOUNTING IS NOT LIKE READING A NOVEL OR EVEN LIKE STUDYING HISTORY, SOCIOLOGY OR ECONOMICS.
- READ TO UNDERSTAND “WHY”
- WORK PROBLEMS TO UNDERSTAND “HOW”
- REMEMBER “WHY” AND “HOW”
- IF THERE IS SOMETHING YOU DON’T UNDERSTAND, PREPARE A SPECIFIC QUESTION TO ASK YOUR INTRUCTOR.
- READ THE PROBLEM.
- WORK THE PROBLEMS WITHOUT “PAGE FLIPPING” BACK TO THE CHAPTER.
- KEEP UP WITH THE CLASS.
- NOTE THE PROBLEM WITH WHICH YOU HAVE DIFFICULTY AND ASK QUESTIONS DURING DISCUSSION.
- BE SPECIFIC IN YOUR STUDY; CONCENTRATE ON THE THINGS WHICH SEEM IMPORTANT
- DO NOT STOP WITH JUST “GETTING THE IDEA”
- EVERY EXAM HAS AN ELEMENT OF SPEED.
- WHEN TAKING EXAM, MANY POINTS ARE LOST AND QUESTONS MISSED BECAUSE THE STUDENTS DO NOT “READ THE PROBLEM”.
- QUICKLY LOOK THROUGH THE ENTIRE EXAM AND ANSWER ALL OF THE QUESTIONS THAT ARE EASY FOR YOU.
Sunday, December 05, 2010
Friday, December 03, 2010
Thursday, December 02, 2010
Wednesday, December 01, 2010
Friday, November 26, 2010
|Kikinig yan ng "KUNG AKO NA LANG SANA":)|
Wednesday, November 24, 2010
Who Owns My Heart
Tuesday, November 23, 2010
Nothing significant comes to my mind.
But trying to grasp what the innermost part of my thinking mind says.
I have been in this state for few days.
I so hate this feeling.
I feel like I have done nothing good for my studies and in all aspects of my being.
Last week, our Accounting professor announced the schedule of our first ever minor exam. We had the exam yesterday. Being so confident, I did not review the lessons we had discussed. And being so inattentive during lectures whatsoever, I wasn't acquainted of the contents of the exam. I thought it was pure analysis—value received and value given away, that kind of thing—I ignored the acronyms mentioned in the lectures and even the statements and facts about accounting. Whew!!! Only to discover that those things I ignored were of majority in the test items.
Then this morning, I crossed path with my former classmate who happened to have checked my test paper, he told me that I got 50 something out of 100 items. Ayun! Kinda' disappointing. But I know that it was the result of my performance in this particular circumstance. Nakaka-frustrate!
You know guys, being out of school for three years was a real challenge. Looking at its positive view, it was the time that I realized the need of going to school, the desire to earn a degree to mention some. But you know, now that I am back to being a student, I feel like I am starting again as a K1, and maybe worse, as growing infant who's taught by a mom. I really hate it! Adjustment? Maybe. It's so hard. Sometimes, I even think that I cannot move on to this predicament anymore. That I will be in this state forever—confused and seems illiterate! I wouldn't want to be like this, but neither would I dream of leaving school again.:(
PS: mamaya ulit... may klase pa ako. Sa fourth floor pa.
Sunday, November 21, 2010
Wee!!! We will have quizzes tomorrow. First ever written outputs.
Ayee!!! After a tiring travel from my place to here, I still managed to update my blog.
Hmmm... Just can't get over with this intriguing chain question friends sent to me:
"Someday I wanna be Mrs. ______."
Bilang may pakisamang nilalang at marahil dahil "infatuated" ako ngayon (actually matagal na din), sinagot ko naman. Saya-saya ko kasi inaasahan ko ding interesado siya sa'kin at parang magiging close din kami. Ambisyosang nilalang talaga ako eh. Haha!
Manhid siya. Napakamanhid!!!!
I really WANT him, LIKE him but I ain't sure if I already LOVE him. aha!!
Eto nga pala.
I already have John Grisham's THE PELICAN BRIEF.
It's actually been handed to me by a friend for four months now, I think.
Friday, November 19, 2010
Thursday, November 18, 2010
Wednesday, November 17, 2010
I have met this man of my dreams—more than 10years ahead of me who already enjoys his profession as a teacher and in the process of his business venture. We are now four months in our more than friends but less than lovers affair. I remember how contented I once was. Later on, everything turned the way I least expected them to be. The affection slowly faded away, the longing eradicated from my system and simply, the love I once had with him turned out to be something I cannot appreciate anymore. He is the first man who ever let me realize the pain of being untrusted, doubted and even though he exaggerated his negative views about me, he doesn't fail to give me simple thrills from his simple lines of praises. Above all his shows of affection and doubts, he lets me discover myself more. As he once put it, "You have many men. How many f***ed you? You deserve not to be trusted and loved." I am very particular that you bet how I felt upon hearing those words from someone not-so-dear. Yeah! It made me rage in deep flare. But it's not wrong to have doubt for I believe that trusting and believing without any doubt is being blind, blind love for the one we adore. I also reflected on his doubtful line, it's true that I never entered any serious relationship since I had my first, three years earlier and although I can pretend that entering one again is not on my list, I simply cannot deny in myself that I have been waiting for one in this early age. Admittedly, I have had more or less 20out-of-commitment affair with guys ranging from July 2007 up to 2009. I hoped that "THE ONE" could be one of them, I set no qualifications and tried everyone who were halfway of my ideal man. As many of you guess it, those were kind of game. And the loser? It's me. I expected something beyond what circumstances could grant me.
This man I am talking about visibly doesn't trust me, however, he still remains as the man I like—the man in my dreams. All he guaranteed me is the lesson I have learned only from him. That there is a right time for love. Lo9ve can wait. Whatever! But it's the greatest thing I have to thank him.
Well, life really goes this way. Seems unfair but it's where thrills of emotional aspect of life comes from and certainly, we cannot expect it to be the way we want.
hindi ko pa rin pala talaga kayang mag-open dito ng tungkol sa totoong problema ko..:(
Sunday, November 14, 2010
School circumstances have been so uncompromising for me or maybe I just have an uncompromising disposition that worth the blame. I keenly bring to mind the hurry-scurry outset of my second semester. I know that I can’t reproach somebody or a thing for being too unprepared during those first three days of school but I hardly make out what I should have done or what I misguidedly done that brought about immense aggravation.