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7.22.2008 ( 9:18 PM )

I'm not a big System of a Down fan, but I do like their single whose title appears as the title of this entry. However, I'm not gonna write on the band, that song, or music at all.

It's just that I'm starting to notice that everything I blog about recently would be about things that stress me out. I guess it's some way of venting out, some way of making myself feel a little less alone in the world.

Things are pretty much the same for me; juggling acads with extracurriculars (not to mention love life and social life and everything else) has been quite a routine now and I'm not struggling to cope as hard as before. I've been particularly keen on spotting the funny things in between the stressful ones. Just like this afternoon.

I sent my orgmate an SMS, saying "May wifi ba sa tarp?"

I meant to ask "May wifi ba sa tambayan?"

The scatterbrained me was still thinking of the draft tarp design I was supposed to be presenting that same day.


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{/Just one more night
7.14.2008 ( 8:58 PM )

Goosebumps overload.

The members of the Pinoy band behind the amazing music that definitely helped shape the course of OPM; that became the substance of my daydreams even if I discovered them years after their heyday since I was probably still a thumbsucking toddler then..

..who disbanded some time in 2002..

..will be reunited REAL SOON.

I am talking, ofcourse, about The Eraserheads.

At first I thought it was a rumor tailored to keep my desperate hopes up just to leave me badly disappointed after finding out the truth.

Then I saw this on the net.

CCP Open Grounds.

PLEASE. I wanna witness Ely, Buddy, Marcus and Raimund perform together.

As the old band they used to be.

Even for just one night.



{/On A Forgotten Suicide Mission
7.09.2008 ( 10:36 PM )

burn-out n. fatigue, frustration, or apathy resulting from prolonged stress, overwork, or intense activity.

I'm honestly having a hard time juggling acads, extra-curriculars, social life and my me time - I suppose that explains my, well, unexplained long absence from the blogging community. So many things to do, so little time. I am absolutely grateful for the people who keep coming back here even if it's been over a month since my last post.

I wish I'd drawn up a better schedule this semester. Four subjects on Tuesdays and Thursdays, one on Wednesdays and Fridays, and another one on Saturdays. I am so not getting any benefits
from my free time because of my responsibilities with my two organizations, what with matters that bug me even when I'm going to sleep.

Or maybe I could have chosen commitments to focus on, instead of grabbing all the opportunities I get. Maybe I could have raised my performance level on everything else if I had fewer responsibilities. And my health wouldn't suffer as much too. I thought everybody was overreacting with my sleeping and eating habits (or lack thereof), but I learned the hard way that they were right. Something seriously awful could happen to me if I keep doing this.

Funny. This is deadlock. It's like I've launched myself into a suicide mission and changed heart halfway through.

And I'm not even halfway through. It's only been a month. A month.

On the upside, I am coping. Atleast I think so. It's been a month already so I guess I'm past the adjustment period of being a college junior, so yeah. I'm gonna keep up. :p

I'd like to believe that happiness is indeed a choice; and that instead of doing what I love, I should love what I do.

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