I still remember my Cost Accounting professor asking me if I would like to go to France for a semester as an exchange student seven years ago. He told me that I would benefit greatly from this opportunity. So, on January 1st of 2014, I flew to Paris and took the 30-minute train to Lille, […]
It’s been a while since I updated this blog. To be honest, I have been thinking of just abandoning it because I had been neglecting it anyway. But then two days ago, I received a notification saying, “thank you for renewing your Wordpress.com domain,” and I was like, “oh crap!” So here I am writing again because I just paid another year of subscription for hosting and domain.
Lately, it hasn’t been easy for me. Though, I’ve been sharing lots of things on my social media like “hey! Look, I’m having the best day!” but that wasn’t the case. I was and continue struggling. For some unknown reason, I felt so lost. It’s like walking the path that I know for sure is not heading to the place I wanted to be or even close to it, but I could not turn back nor change directions. So, I just continue walking and pray that this path will at least lead somewhere I would not regret being at.
Every year on Mother’s Day, I would always think of the amazing things my mom did for me. Despite my anger towards her, I would still come up with the words like, ‘she gave me life,’ ‘she took care of me,’ ‘she cooked the best adobo,’ and many more. But this year, it’s different. If you are going to ask me ‘what is the greatest thing my mom has done for me?’ I could only come up with one.
“SHE ABANDONED ME.”
Two weeks ago, I finally had my first theatrical encounter with one of Shakespeare’s plays ‘The Merchant of Venice.’ I was thrilled like a kid going to Disneyland for the first time.
I had always dreamt of being an Astronomer when I was young. I thought that if I become an Astronomer, I will be able to go to the outer space. It was when I grew up that I realized if I want to go to outer space, I need to be an Astronaut.