One of my college friends turned eighteen today. We surprised her with a little celebration me and my other friend planned weeks ago. She just kept saying that we’re full of “drama” but I know she really appreciated what we did. She’s only eighteen once so we want it to be memorable somehow.
One thing the celebrant said while the three of us were talking is that she noticed I don’t talk to our other blockmates during class. Which is kind of true… I had little chitchats with others but she’s the only one I really talk to during our major subject. Honestly, I wouldn’t notice it if she hadn’t mentioned it. 
But I’m really fine with having few friends. Like literally, I’m only ultra close with only three people here in UP (except for my high school friends of course). I think I’m in good company so I’m not worrying at all.

One of my college friends turned eighteen today. We surprised her with a little celebration me and my other friend planned weeks ago. She just kept saying that we’re full of “drama” but I know she really appreciated what we did. She’s only eighteen once so we want it to be memorable somehow.

One thing the celebrant said while the three of us were talking is that she noticed I don’t talk to our other blockmates during class. Which is kind of true… I had little chitchats with others but she’s the only one I really talk to during our major subject. Honestly, I wouldn’t notice it if she hadn’t mentioned it. 

But I’m really fine with having few friends. Like literally, I’m only ultra close with only three people here in UP (except for my high school friends of course). I think I’m in good company so I’m not worrying at all.

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Last Sunday, Ara had a celebration for her 18th birthday (which was last August 10) and I was invited as an emcee. But I can’t resist the urge to hold the camera and take snapshots of her special day. Thank goodness one of our high school friends agreed to take my place and I think she did better than what I could do.

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Last Sunday.

Last Sunday.

At least I got my own shit together

Or at least I thought I do.

I’m turning legal this year and I’ve been thinking about the things that I should have achieved already in this time of my life. As what my mother always says, I’m young and free to do whatever I want as long as it won’t harm myself in any way. She also says that I should enjoy what I have as of the moment and seize every day of my youth.

I’m studying in a premier university, and I know even though it’s not what I really want, I’m enjoying the course I’m taking somehow. I’m with good company. I still don’t earn my own money but I’m trying my best, and luck on that matter, to use my ~*skills*~ to make a living even just for myself. 

I don’t have someone but I have good friends and a wonderful family. I’m contented. I feel happy. I have everything plotted inside my head and I know I’ll be where I want and need to be.

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I can’t believe I’m doing this.

Sometimes I just want to tell stories

First week of the semester isn’t even over yet but I feel so drained already. I have Physics and Math everyday (twice during Wednesdays and Fridays, dafuq) so I need to study every night. I’m kinda night used to this routine so it really sucks the life out of me. My Fil 40 professor’s also demanding and have surprise quizzes so I also have to read tons of readings to avoid her wrath.

But thank goodness my instructors are so awesome and my Physics instructor, although he gives quizzes every day, makes me swoon through his cuteness. I think I’m falling in love with him…. kidding. But yeah, he’s so adorable and cute and sweet and like a puppy I wanna cuddle him LOL. I have two pretty instructors, as in puh-re-tty, lovely ladies. Plus they’re funny too! Hehe.

I’m already busy as hell but I really like it. I hate being bored so I make sure I have something to do most of the time.

And I feel genuinely happy right now.

“The biggest lesson I’ve learned is, ‘It’s okay.’ It’s okay for me to be kind to myself. It’s okay to be wrong. It’s okay to get mad. It’s okay to be flawed. It’s okay to be happy. It’s okay to move on.”

— Hayley Williams (via rokurouta)

(Source: paramore-is-the-future)

  1. Suggest songs that reminds him of you.
  2. Send links of anything he finds funny.
  3. Make (but not force) you watch his favorite (amazing and action-packed) movies.
  4. Share his favorite food with you.
  5. Doesn’t complete you, but compliment you instead.