Wednesday, April 28, 2010

"Refilling Station"

I don’t know why I opened my account and why I am writing something here but what amazes me is my friend here, Dora. She is always updating her posts and every time she is posting something, she looks so satisfied. I maybe encourage visiting my blog through Dora.

It’s been a very long time since I had my last post. I can still remember posting something for Arianne, as what is seen on my last post. Remembering my last post, is somewhat like reminiscing my memories in TN. I can only post something in my blog when I’m in that office and right now, I’m still in an office, still in a publication. But in a different one, let’s just say that this office is more real. It’s an actual motion of what the real world of journalism is all about.

I do not know where to start but one of the purposes why I’m writing something in my blog is because I want to share what I have experienced here in the real world. Let’s start with the set up of the office here. Our office is a three-storey building and specifically, I’m in the third floor. When you try to enter the office, you can already see different sets of cubicles where there are people who are busy encoding at their own computers. Aisde from that, others are just roaming around to chat with their co-workers and stuffs.

The facilities of the office are good and accessible; almost all of the cubicles have computers which is the usual setting of an office. The air condition is as cold as ice, televisions are also present and the comfort rooms are there. One of the most memorable areas in the office is the so called “refilling station”. You may imagine a room or something that has a technology that really refills water but it’s true. We are actually refilling our own bottles of water but not that big. It’s actually a 500-ml bottle and the likes.

Let me describe the area, it’s a small corner of the office that has a dispenser and a gallon of mineral water. It’s simple as that. We call it a “refilling station” because we (interns), used to “refill” our bottles to the point that we almost empty it considering that the amount of the water is still almost full.

Well, I guess this is it for now sah.. I have to log out because somebody will use the computer..hehehe.. I hope I can post another tomorrow.. Bye for now..

Wednesday, November 18, 2009

You can do it froglet...

I was not surprised of the news that her family is sick but I was surprised of the fact that Arianne Rose Gargantiel is leaving the publication. I was surprised because she is a great loss in the publication considering that she is one of the assets. Aside from that, there will be no more froglet who is so makulit and malambing.

On the other hand, I was not surprised of the thought that her family is sick because I know that she is a strong person and a unique one. I know she can do it and she can make it.

I will not make this post long because I can't find the words to express what I want to but I just want to tell that she has been a part of my life and she is one of the special people I treasure.

Yanz, I don't know how to say this but I just want you to know that we are always here for you in case you need our shoulders. Pray always yanz. Ask for guidance and enlightenment... We will miss you!

Monday, November 16, 2009

Missin' my bez...

A one of a kind person who makes people around him laugh like there is no more tomorrow. A person who dances like he won't lack energy. A person who makes everyone important. And that's Noriel Bajon Jr. "Bez!"

I won't say all of the things I want to say because I don't know where and how to start but one thing is for sure, this person is always treasured.

Thank you for everything... Missing you bez! Break a leg and God bless!

Tuesday, November 10, 2009

New Moon

Here's a some of the pictures of my most anticipated sequel, twilight saga: new moon...

Who is a better director? twilight vs. new moon

Sunday, November 8, 2009

I was disappointed

It was a total disappointment...

Have you felt that feeling of excitement that you can achieve something? Did you already expect and later on found out that you were just wasting your time? Have you experienced a feeling of total disappointment? Well I guess I just did.

I mentioned in my last post that I'm confident that I could finish my enrollment today but to my disappointment, I did not. It was a relief to me this morning when I got my control number and by just looking at it, I know that the long wait is almost over. I was just blogging this morning so that my time would be consumed with something sensible since it was announced that those who have control numbers from 13,101 up will be this afternoon.

When the clock ticked at about past one, I hurriedly went to the encoding area to wait for my number. We even chatted with one of my co member in the publication but when the assigned personnel announced that they will just encode students who have the control numbers from 13,101 up to 13,900; I could not utter a word. I was speechless because I was expecting that I could finish my enrollment today. It was like I was already washing my hands so that I could already eat but then there was already no food. The feeling is something like that... It was like "oh!"...

I just said to myself, "it's okay... May bukas pa." Oo nga naman, but the fact remains that I expected a lot and in the end there's nothing but a total disappointment... Haay...!

Friday, November 6, 2009

Almost there

This day is almost over and I'm still not yet finish with my enrollment. I cannot exactly tell when am I going to finish my enrollment but I'm aiming to finish it by Monday next week.

My enrollment form is still at the Dean's office so that it would be signed by the dean. After that, I will still photocopy the receipts and everything before I can get my control number and then fall in line for encoding. I could say that the process for enrollment in our university is just easy if you will just analyze it but the only problem is falling in line because there are a lot of students in every line. An enrollee in our university would complain that the lines are long and the personnel assigned in every line is not that active.

Well, they say that it can't be avoided situations like this in a public school but I believe that it is not about that. It is about being how any school or any institution operates or runs. I'm not blaming anyone for this inconvenient system but I'm just telling my outlook about it.

But on the other hand, I'm glad that at least I'm moving and I'm almost there. I just hope that I could finish this on my target day. "Kaw na lang ang bahala Bro..."

Thursday, November 5, 2009

Decision na naman...

Andito na namam ako... Confused on what to do and what to decide...

Haay naku, lagi na lang bang mahirap ang pagdidisisyon? Ano ba ito? It's so hard to decide on things. You have to think of it for how many times. You have to think of the probable consequences on both sides. You have to balance things out if which is better. You have to think of the after effects that you could handle and stand until the end.

Ewan ko nga ba kung tama ba 'yong naging decision ko. Pero sa totoo lang, I felt relief when I chose the other one. Basta, may paghihinayang man akong nararamdaman ay okay lang dahil feeling tama 'yong naging decision ko... Bahala na si Lord nito... Come what may...

Bahala ka na Bro...!!!