I have been called the heartless, stone cold, indifferent, emotion-less one, and the list even goes on and on. But then I do not care what they say, I do not care whether or not they see my emotions. I have no plans on showing them, anyway. It is not that I do not care altogether, though, I just do not like getting deeply involved with things. This is what, who, and how I am, and they cannot do anything about it.
After the Easter break, my class had been attending a series of seminars and talks to ‘celebrate’ English Week. We were kind of exhausted with all the sitting and the listening, but it was all worth it, since we became more knowledgeable about what can happen after college, a.k.a. in the real world. We may be free from class, but we were not free at all, because everything was required and attendance was checked.
Life in the city can sometimes be overwhelming. It is fast and demanding. It requires you to exert a lot of effort and forces you to take it up a notch every single day. A simple and ordinary day in the city does not seem so simple and ordinary at all. It is a challenge, heck, it is always and indeed a challenge, and you are always up for it. But then it tires you. Life in the city is not what you have always wanted, because you come to a point where everything just exhausts you. It drains your whole system; it sucks the energy out of your body.
It’s been a month (or so) since the last time I posted something on this page. Ever since the month of February came, I’ve been so stressed out because of school. Actually, at this very moment, I’ve got tons of stuff to accomplish and study for, but here I am, procrastinating. I couldn’t consider blogging as a form procrastination, though, because it still requires me to think and use my so-called skills. So how about a little catch-up, eh?
We’re down to the last week of the new year’s first month already! What just happened?? Okay so here’s my playlist that helped get through January:
The O.C. was an American drama series created by Josh Schwartz (also created Gossip Girl). Originally aired in Fox network in 2003 and ended in 2007. The O.C. stands for Orange County in California where the setting of the series, Newport Beach, is located. The main characters were Ben McKenzie, Mischa Barton, Adam Brody, and Rachel Bilson.
It’s official. Tonight is the last night of vacation and I don’t even know how to make it worthwhile. I haven’t prepared my school bag, my mom hasn’t given me my allowance, and I haven’t finished my The O.C. marathon. Well, the first week’s a bit chill so I think I’d still have time to finish the last season.
Anyway, this would’ve been a ‘Motivational Monday’ post but, go figure, I was so lazy today. I thought I’d just lay in bed all day since I will not get the chance to do it when my classes start. I’m not just ready to go back to school. Ugh, I don’t even know how to write anymore. One month of semestral/Christmas break just made me even lazier. I need my motivation back but then again I was not motivated enough this morning to motivate myself. Does that even make sense? Pfft, whatever.
Okay, I’ve posted enough non-sense on my blog that I bet no one ever reads. I’ll take it from here, I got a school to go back to tomorrow. Later!
Love and light,
I find it so hard to believe that I’ll be turning 19 in 9 days! Time seriously has got to slow down even just for a little bit. I’m getting closer and closer to becoming an official adult. I’m not sure if I’m ready yet, I barely felt being an 18-year-old! I would have written an “Eighteen Things I Learned When I Turned 18” kind of post but everything just seems to be passing me by so quickly.
The Little Prince was originally a novel by Antoine de Saint-Exupéry in 1943. Although, the film was not a direct adaptation of the novel.
The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2015 annual report for this blog.
Here’s an excerpt:
A San Francisco cable car holds 60 people. This blog was viewed about 2,400 times in 2015. If it were a cable car, it would take about 40 trips to carry that many people.