Friday, August 18, 2006

Remember when's and what if's.

Stressful weeks coming up... Theo LT, AbPsych LT, Thesis Ch1, Theo and Philo orals, History reporting...

Add in the extracurriculars

and the extra extracurriculars of course. At least I'm getting a new dress hihi

Tomorrow I'm looking forward to going home early from school. Ah later pala. I won't be attending AMS's dept GA :( I'll make it up somehow.

For some reason I'm really not worrying much about my grades.

Aside from the scepter, any ideas for creative pic? :)

Saturday, August 5, 2006




Your Travel Profile:



You Are Well Traveled in the Midwestern United States (50%)

You Are Somewhat Well Traveled in Canada (40%)

You Are Somewhat Well Traveled in the Western United States (37%)

You Are Somewhat Well Traveled in the Southern United States (31%)

You Are Somewhat Well Traveled in Asia (29%)

You Are Mostly Untraveled in the Northeastern United States (14%)

You Are Untraveled in Africa (0%)

You Are Untraveled in Australia (0%)

You Are Untraveled in Eastern Europe (0%)

You Are Untraveled in Latin America (0%)

You Are Untraveled in New Zealand (0%)

You Are Untraveled in Scandinavia (0%)

You Are Untraveled in Southern Europe (0%)

You Are Untraveled in Western Europe (0%)

You Are Untraveled in the Middle East (0%)

You Are Untraveled in the United Kingdom (0%)

How Well Traveled Are You?

I got that from Julie's LJ. The lower part of that table is kinda sad :( Anyway... my adventures after disappearing for a little less than three days (cause I could still be sighted at school Wednesday morning and of course how could I be absent Friday evening).

Went to Museo Pambata and helped Englicom tour some kids around. Was supposed to help Jemelyn (E) and Louie (E) with Christian and Henry but a random kid named Benzar decided to attach himself to me so I got dragged around the museum by him instead. The museum's pretty cool, maybe I'll get my cousins to visit it some time. Kids are easily amused and even I was amused by some exhibits so it should be pretty amusing. It's an interactive museum so you get to press buttons and play with the exhibits :D Only P60 for students! Plug.

Then there was lunch at Superbowl, just across. There were 7 of us in one table (for 6 haha) - Bea, Ralph, Nina, Fla, Sally (E), Erika (E) and myself. The Englicom executive team had an important meeting so they (Marie and Ben) couldn't join us :( Anyway... picture!!!


After lunch we went to Bahay Tsinoy - my first time there. The exhibits were nice and they weren't dioramas (which is good in my opinion hehe). Pressing buttons (we had the buttons all to ourselves cause there weren't any kids anymore) gave us a pretty cool experience - we were able to meet the Secretary General for Justice of China! No, he didn't appear when we pressed a button but we pressed buttons for the same show thrice (different languages kasi!) and he walked into the exhibit on the third time (Fookien). We took a picture with him of course! Have yet to ask for a copy of that pic. That made the trip exciting haha

Tiring day. Am still thinking of hopping over to Rockwell. Dad (Rensie) says I shouldn't na. Let's see let's see.

Friday, August 4, 2006

Having gastroenteritis, as cool as it sounds, is a BAD thing. bad bad bad bad

Gatorade is cool :D