Expectation: Because of the suspension of classes I figured I should be productive today. Productive, meaning studying my lessons and doing other school stuff in advance so it will be easier for me in the coming days.
Reality: I slept for the most part of the day. All I did was to sleep, eat, watch tv, eat again, try to study, internet, sleep, internet again…and that’s it. Tsk. To think I already had my “plans” written for today.
Never plan anything especially with this kind of weather, tulog nalang.NEVER GIVE IN TO TEMPTATION. Try your best not to get affected with the weather ‘cause you will certainly not achieve anything for the day.
You know you’re growing up when:
Growing up isn’t as easy as we thought it would be. It’s not just about the changes—physical appearance, personality and attitude. It’s also about the acceptance. Acceptance of the fact that the people we love are also bound to these changes. They also grow up. They grow old, and eventually they will soon leave and we have nothing to do about it. We have to accept the fact that nothing in this world is permanent. Maybe that’s one of the most difficult truths about life—people come and go, and all we have to do is to accept.
I don’t know with you guys, but when I was younger the word Conyo was used in a different context—it was used to refer to people who often speak in English. These are the people who speak in English simply because they find it easier to express themselves using the said language. Now, Conyo refers to people who speak like..
“OMG it’s like so mainit in here let’s go somewhere else!”
“Can you like get away from me you’re so nakakairita!”
“Can you make punas naman your face ‘cause you’re so sweaty!”
Language changes through time. One word can be used in a positive way now, but eventually it could be used to imply something negative.