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Adios, Galleria

Sunday, November 13, 2011

The closing ceremony of our practicum in Galleria was last Oct. 30, 2011. We were asked to wear a Halloween costume, but it's not really my thing. Maybe it's cause I never got to experience Trick or Treat as a child and I think it's waste of money to buy a costume. I stood up for my beliefs and dint dress up as anyone. My friend bought me a cute headband and it served as my costume for the night.

The last day in Galleria was exciting and sad. I was excited to leave Galleria and not stress myself into going there almost every day but not being with my batch mates made me really sad. I had fun the whole month because I got to be with friends every day but losing all the money I spent on food and unnecessary things was not fun. I have one last semester with my batch mates and then I'm entering the real world.

Didn't have my camera with me, too lazy to grab photos and too lazy to upload so here are a few shots.

I Love the Whole Thing

Friday, November 4, 2011
Mitze and Ninai spent their birthdays at my place. Almost everyone came and I believe this is by far the most "innovative" birthday party we have ever celebrated. Ninai came up with these funny gags like giving awards and playing games. We played beer pong, the marshmallow game and paper dance but I don't think we have a decent photo playing. Here are some of the highlights of my night (of their night. Lol)

Yep, I won best dressed along with Nikko!

© Nika Peralta
Post processing: Tina Cembrano

One Year: Naomi Sapo Martinez

Thursday, November 3, 2011
September 16, 2010 was the day one of my best friends gave birth to this beautiful angel, Carie Naomi Martinez. A year after, my best friend is still sizzling and my goddaughter is as beautiful as her mother.

March to a Different Beat

Way back College Week at Miriam, I joined an inspirational talk. It's a required activity, but I had the interest on attending. I forgot the speaker's name, but the lessons he taught are still with me. His life story is as amazing as his lessons, and I salute him for being able to stand up tall, accept the tragedy of his life and praise God no matter what.

The most important lesson I've learned from him is to do the big things before doing the small things. It's simple. Just imagine a bowl, a big rock, a small rock and sand. If you put the sand first, you won't be able to fit the rocks. If you put the small rock first, you won't be able to fit the big rock and the sand. And finally, if you put the big rock first, that's the only way you could fit everything. In life, let us put God first. He is the biggest and the greatest of all. When we put Him first, everything else will follow. Have faith.

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