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.
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:
On October 31st, we went to Batangas to visit our departed loved ones at the cemetery for All Saints’ and All Souls’ Days. Of course, it included a lot of sleeping with earphones stuck the whole ride. So here’s my playlist last weekend:
Thursdays are my free days from school, so I only have 4 days of classes. And since Friday was a holiday here in the Philippines, I am now having my 4th free day!
Happy one month anniversary, Shine On!
This morning has been productive as I performed every errand and chores my Mom asked me to. I felt very very lazy today, though, I even woke up late, but I needed to get everything done. So to make it a little bit interesting, here is my lazy Saturday playlist:
It’s the weekend again and what’s the better thing to do than indulge in a book (now reading: The time of my life by Cecelia Ahern) while listening to some tunes from the past and present? Here are some of the songs I have in my “Weekend Playlist”:
1. I Bet – Ciara
2. For the First Time – The Script
3. How Deep Is Your Love – Bee Gees
4. Somewhere Only We Know – Keane
5. Not a Bad Thing – Justin Timberlake
6. I’ll Be There For You – The Rembrandts
7. Chasing Cars – Snow Patrol
8. High – Young Rising Sons
9. Almost Is Never Enough – Ariana Grande
10. Collide – Howie Day
Each title is linked to their respective audio recording or music video from YouTube, feel free to listen to them with me! Happy weekend, everybody.
Love and light,