4 years ago, it used to be “I miss High school”, now it’s “I miss College”. For 14 years, the question mostly asked was “Do you have your assignment?”, now it’s “Do you have work?”. As I think about it now, it seems surreal to think that I’m in the real working world now. I find it quite weird that I won’t be blogging or ranting here about school. You guys know how much I include school and my complaints about it in my blog. I’m actually having goosebumps as I’m typing this blog entry. I must warn you though that is a picture-loaded post. :beep
I’ve blogged about my graduation in my previous post but didn’t include pictures, so here are they. XD
The guy in the background is also one of my close friends. He doesn’t like his picture taken and he happened to find my blog and reads my posts, but never comments. LOL.
These are the people that made my College life significant. Without them, it would have been different. We’ve been through different challenges and situations. I guess those really kept us in tact.
I have very few guy friends, but he’s one of my closest. He’s one of the very few who kept on encouraging me especially during my pre-graduation difficulties. I’m so glad I have a friend like him. He also gave me a sweet message on our retreat which triggered my to cry. *sniff sniff* Neil, I hate you! LOL JK 😛
The one in the right is my boyfriend. I can tell he was really happy for me that time. He was always there for me since we knew each other. We’ve had a few fights, even the petty ones, but we’re still together. We’re each other’s first. ^_^
We went to Chikaan, a Filipino Cuisine in our country, after my graduation and took pictures before we had our orders served. XD This is the only complete family picture I could find out of the whole bunch. 😛 I’m really happy my father was with us during this special moment.
We had our Nihongo classes and our teacher decided to have a Japanese fine dining to complete the course. I’m not used to Japanese food so I didn’t really enjoy the food, but I do like the sushi and tempura. Too bad they don’t have ramen; it’s my favorite. My boyfriend and I go to a Japanese restaurant when we’re in the mood.
To end this post, I’ll leave you with more happy pictures.
This is a really candid picture(notice how no one is looking at the camera? :S ) and we couldn’t remember why we’re laughing at that time. We look really happy here, don’t we? 🙂
Our guy classmates who keep the room busy and noisy. LOL. I don’t know the meaning behind their #1 pose. Maybe they’re imitating our “peace sign” pose and didn’t want to look too cute or girly. Haha. It’s a shame our awesome teacher, Sir Lavs wasn’t present in this photo. He was the only teacher in our retreat and was mistaken as a student. LOL.
Awww. I guess we’ll just see each other on our reunion in the years to come. ^_^