I don't know if it is normal to have these kind of problems with my current age (eeek, I'm writing this post while my skin feels thick as sauce. Imma take a shower later) and I just want to share how crazy my day is.
Still I woke up with pile of problems in my head, lighting exam -> thesis -> subject certification -> Palawan budget -> paying tickets -> asking permission -> everything -> etc -> etc
The same dynamic day every student is experiencing, especially in this time of the year. (Suddenly I miss my dogs, my distressors) Anyway, I'm impressed with this good taxi driver I encountered earlier. I'm timid to admit, but when I pay for my ticket, the money I brought is not enough. (damn additional charges, damn terminal fee. >.<) With no atm accounts, I don't know where to get money to be able to get that damn ticket. Then an idea suddenly popped in my head, for the reason that I really planned to hire a taxi to be able to go home, why not try to borrow from the driver. (eeeeek, yep I did that) So I met kuya, whom I forgot to ask his name, and he agree with the condition that I'll left my phone and get his plate number. Without further ado, I agree. (Hans is scolding me, after telling him this story, he says "what if the driver is a bastard") I don't know why I trusted him, leaving my phone behind (my only phone). But thank God!!!!! Kuya is really a good guy, he didn't go and really a kind-heart to let a complete stranger borrow money from him. sigh. I'm really thanking God for these good Samaritans roaming the street. I wish everyone could spread goodness and resist evil.
|my electronic golden ticket, *bow|
After a stressful day of exam, adventure and talk I bonded with friends through food. First with Claire and Joan, then the rest of night with my roomates, Dayan, Inah, Chin and Faye. :D
|Inah and Dayan|
|it's Dayan birthday so she got free milktea from moonleaf!! Envy much!|
vain shots with my roomies