Everyone (at least people around where I’m from) knows that this month is for one thing only: GRADUATION. The month itself is for graduates. Well, high school graduates I can speak for. I personally did not graduate on the month of March, but on October (long story, hehe).
I’m sure students who are in their last year of schooling (whether it be pre-school, elementary, high school, college), are just as ecstatic as the next graduating kid to think about the next chapter in their life. In the middle of their final month preparations in school, they have also sorted their graduation outfit, vacation plans, and probably have somewhere to go for college in the next 2 month/s!
Check out this fun Infographic w/ facts on graduation AND other interesting stuff. Haven’t heard some of these tbh.. haha. So helpful (isn’t that the post of an infographic anyway?).
After prom, graduation is what these students usually prepare for next. Before that were probably college examination reviews and the like. Sigh, how I miss school (a bit! And only college, the last few years of it!!)… but no, that chapter in my life is closed and I have to deal w/ the “real world” now. College was fun and I’d like to think I made the most of it.
So if you’re one of the graduating kids for this month, whether you are in elementary, high school, or college: Congratulations! May your future be as bright, and successful as you had planned it out. You have reached the end of a chapter in your life and you are about to enter a new one. Make the most out of it and don’t lose sight of your goals.
A package from the post office was delivered to my house 2 days ago. I was not expecting anything because.. well it’s a long story, it’s best that you read all about it here.
For the TLDR people out there, here’s the gist of that post: EVERYTHING that I receive from the post office (from online shopping, or things sent by friends, things I’m not even suppose to pay for), gets held up in the customs department of our post office here and whenever I try to claim it.. they always charge me if not twice, thrice the value of the item. Customs fees, tax, and other miscellaneous bullshit fees. If they can’t get any money for whatever stuff I have there, they won’t deliver it — and considered that it’s “missing” or “got lost in transit”. I think it has something to do w/ my name, because other people’s mail gets delivered straight to their house! I asked my friends whose post office is the same as mine. That’s really unfair. Continue reading →
Going to design conferences such as this one is a breather from the usual events that I go to (concerts, or Enchong Dee events, hahahaha) because not only I see and ge to bond with my friends from college again, but I also get to refresh my design perspective from the new info we learn from the speakers. I think this year’s GM is especially memorable for me, aside from being my second GM attendance. I went by myself in the first GM last 2007.
This came in around late in the afternoon today. The only thing running in my mind when I saw is that I’m so glad that the shipper sent it through Air21 and not through the local post office. God knows how unreliable those corrupt fucks are with handling mail, especially international mail from online shops.
Let’s find out what’s inside the package, shall we?
Before the lines get busy tomorrow since it’ll be New Year’s Eve by then, I’m gonna do this year-ender post a day early! Lol as if the lines around the internet does get busy! Well, it only does when you get disconnected from not paying the monthly DSL bill. =))
Last year I wrote my year ender post in this kind of list format that I made on the spot. I read the post last night and thought to myself why not do the same thing for this year since the questions were good and so were my answers. :)) Also, I’m curious if there are any changes from last year to this year. So, the only way to find out is to do this quiz/meme/survey thing for myself again. Continue reading →