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A day in the life


A day in the life
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(Tone - ala Carlo sat beside me today.. )

(Background music from 24 --- the ff. events took place from 3 AM to 9 pm of February 19, 2005.)


***FBI Warning, this artik is in ala morse code English-Tagalog. Bear with me... for a larger view of the pic --> just click on it.

Dear diary,

3:00 AM - still awake. I am typing the formulas that we will submit to our professors for our MBA exam. Omigod! Can I edit all of these on time?

3:30 AM - I can't take this anymore, finish or not finish, I am off to bed.

7:00 AM - Woke up. Climbed out of bed, dragged a comb across my head... (borrowing words from Sir McCartney). Watched CNN while having breakfast... hmmm.. interesting so Bush is having trouble in Iran.

7:15 - 8:00 AM - Bath, choova-choova ching. I look civilize na... and off to my classmate to give the formulas.

8:15 AM - 10 AM - NLEX - Gosh, the fare increased! 79 Php from Laharlandia Pampanga to Mantrade!!!! Taga-taga talaga.

10:30 AM Powersmash. There's my partner(fafa cris) together with the other Retek semifinalists (hi gerson, hi asher). Scan, scan the courts for cute guy. Gosh, no inspiration in sight argghhhh!!! yaw na.. I go home na...hehehe....

11:00 AM It's time to play! Oh no!!! Are those two guys(both males) our opponents? Asher is that you? Gawd --he's tall. Gosh, they look scary. I want my mommy. But no, keri lang. We can do this.

11:01- 11:20 Close fight. Toe to toe. My God, I am so tired."Cris... call a timeout. I am hyperventilating. Water please..." Tongue-out, tongue in....Tangi****

11:25 - After those grueling minutes, we signed the papers and handshake-handshake the guys. Nice game. 20 - 25. Oh well. Kinulang sa Reb bull me....

11:26 - 12 Ogle-ogle time! Aha... found cute guy at 2 o'clock. Thank God I am carrying my camera phone. Gonna take a picture of that guy's ass.

12:30 - 1:30 lunch time. Chow time! Picture-pictorial with fafa Cris. Some bonding conversation.Some new insights.. very interesting... then off to megamall to meet Ms Aina.


2:00 PM Megamall. Gosh, the renovation is doing well. Destination-powerbooks. There's Ains! beso-beso...

2:15 - 4:00 pm Starbucks --- another bonding moment (bonding moments don't live life without it). We talked about her adventures in Canada, my own little adventures. My quixotic crusade for true love and romance...hahahay...

4:00 - 4:20 pm - Bye-bye time - Ains to meet family; Me to find good books.

4:25 - 4:45pm - hmmm.. something abuzz in the Entertainment Plaza. AXN - cute bald guy from GamePlan, a loop that goes round and round. But wait, there is a girl inside! Astig! The challenge- "the person with the greatest number of loops made wins! "
1...2...3...4... 28 loops! The winner of the match - A WOMAN! That made me so proud! Go girl! Girlpower rules!

4:45 - 5:00 pm powerbooks - skimming through books. Looking for something to buy.. nothing caught my fancy.

5:15 - 7:00 pm - NLEX again. Hay...meme na me... but wait.. my seatmate is kinda cute.. hmmm... this day is so great.. hehehe :)

9 pm----- So here I am at home, recounting my day's adventures. Tiring but great fun! Good days are made of this - badminton, books, good food, friends, family- the good life! :)

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