Do you get those days where you sit infront of your computer for more than 4 hours and then all of a sudden you’re up to this mood to post a new entry in your blog? And then when you’re in your website’s dashboard page, specifically on the “Add New Post” page — you have forgotten how you’re going to start off your entry? Just moments ago, you already got everything up in your head: How you’re going to start, then proceed to telling your readers all about it, say something witty and end it with a bang.
Not only have you lost your mood and momentum to start off as interesting but eventually you lose your will to keep up with this blogging lifestyle. — And that’s how I feel exactly right now. 😐
(I am listening to Fall Out Boy’s This Ain’t A Scene in high volume hoping for some miraculous buzz to happen in my mind so I can write something interesting)
Only one week left before school ends for me and summer break officially starts from that day forward. Today’s my last for this week because of the Holy Week holiday and not to be a party pooper/KJ person but I’ve no plans but to STUDY and DO school-related stuff over the 4-day break. That should be sufficient to finish the ff, don’t you think?
DESNCON Portfolio (SDA: Multimedia Arts themed logos)
ALGEBRA Finals (Must set to top priority, MUST PASS THIS FUCKING SUBJECT) Yes, “fucking” subject, you heard that right.
Oh the life of a MMA student. The life of a Benildean is definitely hard, we’re like work slaves! And this is unfair because even workers get breaks on official holidays. =))
My family doesn’t have plans of doing anything special, except for dad. He left this morning to go to the province to catch up with his relatives and catch up with his ‘buddies’. 😆 My mom didn’t want to leave to go out of town to ‘relax’ because there’s no one going to be left here looking after the business. My brother, I think, will be at home all throughout the week but he’ll be practicing for his band in Easter Sunday. :whistle:
Y’all already know what I’ll be doing. See my to-do list if you’re lost again, haha. I’m going to be online, for the most part. On breaks, I’ll hit up the DVD player and watch some Chuck or Smallville episodes. 😉 (Those shows are just AWESOME)
Why is it when you want to ‘relax’, you prefer to do it the luxurious way? You go to a expensive spa or to a place where you get the best treatment for your body. Does relaxing have to be this grand?
Whatever happened to just staying at home, sleeping all day? It may not sound fun for most of you but this literally relaxation (if you ask me). Sometimes I just don’t understand why people, during Lent
or Summer rush to the beaches, spas, anywhere that other people also go to… to relax. I’m not saying that, okay, because its Lent, you have to be miserable and act like the world is on your shoulders and cry when you see a Pasyon event.
If you ‘relax’ at home, you don’t pay for anything, and you don’t get tired at all. Of course, I think partygoers don’t agree with this. 😛 I guess this is a case-to-case basis kind of thing. 😛
Sure it may be relaxing for you in the beginning, you get to have a fun time. But all of this is just temporary, sooner or later the breaks will end and you have to end it — by paying the bill. Well, I think that’s not relaxing for you, or to your pocket at least.
Who am I to say these things to you right? Just an opinion. 😉 Maybe I just prefer the old fashioned life.
PS: My idea of summer 2009 is going out of the country NOT to relax but to see a new place. No, actually… I want to go back a place I’ve been to before: Hong Kong. 🙂 Surely I can never relax when I’m there, there’s just too much to checkout in just little time (and days!).