Not going to school next semester has not sunk in yet. Even though I already want to start working (to financially sustain myself because I’m getting poorer and poorer everyday), I will always think of myself as a college girl. Was it weird that I wasn’t emotional during graduation? I guess it did not feel like the end. (I’m taking out the fact that the blazing sun, humidity and un-airconditioned venue killed any emotional tendencies for all of us.) I didn’t even think I will miss my friends – I just know they won’t let me miss them. Few days after graduation, we meet again.
Marjun|Nino|Ian|Aivi|ErinIt wasn’t completely for leisure though. We have laptops, research materials, design schemes, a construction estimate book and calculator… yeah, graduation really wasn’t the end.
In case you are wondering, no we don’t have extra/unfinished classes, it is for a design competition we are joining. Wish us luck! The budget for the project is soooo tight! But as an inside joke, we hope “PAG-IBIG conquers all”.Yummy silvanas from Dumaguete brought to the rest of us by Erin and Ian who both attended the 19th UAPSA National Congress at the said city.
BUT! This meet-up was not for another design competition, it was for our Hong Kong trip itinerary planning, YEY! Hong Kong, see you in two weeks! 🙂
Other things that happened within the week:
- I bought my own domain and started on this blog (needless to say).
- I learned that we placed in some sort of design competition we entered a month back.
- A design project got official as I received an e-mail from the boss.
- I received some monetary gifts from relatives for graduating (with honors :P).
To fellow newly grads, how was your post-grad week? 🙂