Wednesday, February 6, 2013
Friday, August 3, 2012
Monday, July 16, 2012
This one's kinda late, but I think I should've posted something about this a few days ago:
I blogged previously somewhere in another corner of the interwebs about my life dreams and aspirations, new-found purpose. One of those is this known linguistics conference I've been eyeing on for months. I've submitted a research proposal last May. Already planned with a topic and research methodology for that dream paper presentation, and this is what I saw on my email inbox...
Friday, July 13, 2012
Monday, June 18, 2012
It's been 3 years, and I've unforeseeably gone back here. Though this blog during my frosh days has been quite short-lived, I still appreciate the figments of memories each entry I've made and the time and experiences that helped me form them into words--forever floating in the insurmountable expanse of cyberspace.
Yes, blog. It's been 3 years :')
Everything has been a whirlwind. I used to feel like it would take us forever before we could get out of our self-perceived prison that is college, but now, a lot of things have changed. Many friends have been made, many friendships have been altered, and we've all grabbed that coveted diploma. Alas, we're the professionals we have always just hypothesized of back then, worrying things far more than the quizzes, assignments and exams we've had. I never expected things would come so fast, and I can say it's both exciting and saddening.
Now I'm here making a new log to mark, again, in this personal capsule of thoughts and memories, to tell that I'm here and still breathing.
Tuesday, May 1, 2012
It's been almost a month since summer break, and there are a few reasons to celebrate (YAY). First, it's already a year I've been formally working. Aside from that, this'll be the first time to brag online that I'm a professional teacher, finally! On the low side, though, a year has passed, yet I have no published work! For someone not in the all-rainbows and butterflies dominion of academic and social sciences, research papers are as crucial as the opening scene of some porn movie where a raging chick asks favor from a sexually-ravenous guy--plumber or technician, the usual--and it's history.
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