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The tassel is worth it

“The roots of education are bitter, but the fruit is sweet. ”
~Aristotle

A few weeks ago, I was just your normal student. Busy with my thesis, plates, and quizzes. Sometimes, lollygagging with my classmates and even with my professors. I wished that it wouldn’t end because I was having the time of my life. But, there were also times when I wanted to get this over with and graduate.

I guess I wished for it too hard because time just flew by. A few weeks ago, I woke up realizing that it’s already my graduation day. Grabe! Ang bilis lang. So, I’ll let the pictures do the talking now.

This is really it!

Chillin’ like a villain (Haha! Kidding!)

Hood imposition (Tama ba? Haha!)

With Elka and Isabel

Now with Kido and Manzo

HERE WE GO!

With our thesis and life adviser (Hihi!), second mother and friend, Ma’am Mortel. Thank you for everything, Ma’am.

Huhu. Sorry for the blurred picture but this is the only photo I have with Kristel (Cutie Patootie~!)

With my brother, Ate Cherry (My sister-in-law), and Chad (My nephew)

With the best people I know and this wouldn’t be possible without them, My Parents! :-)

After Graduation, we went to Eastwood for dinner. We tried this restaurant called Crisostomo located at the Eastwood Mall.

 

Love the interiors especially the chairs! I just want to take one home.

Here comes the food! I wasn’t able to picture all of entrees because we’re seriously famished from the 6-hour ceremony. I didn’t have the chance to take shots of Pilosopong PinakbetSinigang Gomez, the Lengua and  a family photo.

Forgot the name for this one. But it’s Chicharon Bulaklak with some chips.

Calamares ni Tales

Appetizers. Wala si Tinapa ni Tiburcio.

Lengua Sisig

Pork Santiago

Seafood Kare-Kare

Chad and my Dad

My college life is officially over but I won’t forget all of the things I’ve learned and have experienced all throughout my stay in UST. I’ll always keep my block mates, professors and friends in my heart because they made my stay in UST worthwhile. :-)

Friends School

Youll be in my HEART

March 24

One of the most memorable day that happened to me in college. It was our Baccalaureate Mass. I could distinctly remember when we’re still freshmen and we watched the graduating students on their Baccalaureate Mass while were at our building doing plates. I even asked God to make time go faster para Bacc. Mass na agad. Pero I never knew na ganoon lang kabilis yun. Here are a few instagram shots from our Bacc. Mass.:

Nothing can replace the feeling na nakalabas ka na ng Arch of the Centuries, dedications on your uniform, the pyromusical, and the presence of your blockmates!

More pictures after the cut ;-)

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Friends School

Practice makes perfect

Yesterday was our  one time-big time practice for graduation. We only have 4 hours to nail it unlike graduation practice during high school where we have to practice for weeks and weeks, doing the same thing over and over again. Our graduation would be on March 26 (Monday) and I still don’t have shoes! BTW, I had my dress custom-made by Vivo Nazareth. Will post about it soon.

Blockies ♥

What’s special about our grad. practice? Well, we’re the first ones (For graduation, I mean.) to use Quadtricentennial Pavilion and to be honest I’m still at awe with the place. It’s super huge plus every sport has its own room inside for trainings, practices, etc.

As if the hallways were like those in US schools minus the lockers.

Plus, we’re not just your regular graduates but we’re the NeoCentennial graduates of the university which means we’re the graduating batch for the 401 years of UST. Cool huh? Ok, I’ll let the pictures do the talking now.

While waiting (For 30 mins.) at the holding area. Spot me! :-)

OK. Here we go! We’re all starving while waiting, what more during the actual practice.

Na-amaze ako pagpasok. SRSLY. Highschool Musical lang ang PEG! The venue is HUGE! I also heard that the UAAP Basketball and Volleyball games would be held here next season. Sayang kasi we’ll be gone by then.

*insert graduation music here*

 Spot me! :-P

They’re figuring out what to do with the flow right then and there.

Photo credits: Thank you Dun Bunoy and Pau de Ramos for the pictures. (I forgot to bring mine. :| )

We we’re dismissed at 5pm and we all rushed to Hanayo to eat some yummy korean food. We also went to Joe Monkey for some milk tea and hung-out before going home. I had to wait for my Dad ’til 9pm though.

Dropped by at Nails and Teas in Tomas Morato to get these babies from Polished In The City! Been finding pastel colors for the longest time, good thing I found them online. Can’t wait to try them and post swatches. Thanks Dad!

BTW, I’m having a closet sale! Check it out here or you could click the link at my sidebar! Bags, shoes and Clothes! Enjoy!