reunions

Good friends are hard to find, harder to leave, and impossible to forget–anonymous

October of 2009: The Winx (meaning withhold) parted ways as the semester ends. Because we are all irregular students, either transferee or shiftee, most of us finished school on the first semester of AY 2009-2010. One member went to Manila for good, one to her hometown in Negros Oriental, two applied to a media company, and one still working on her thesis (who later applied for media work).

December 2009: Three of us got work as media practitioners while the two were still enjoying their freedom as newly graduates.

January 2010: Plans for a possible reunion were organized but was not pushed until February.

Unfortunately, due to availability and other reasons, only three of the Winx came. The whole two hours of chitchat and photo sessions was definitely once in a lifetime because a day after the meeting the other one left for Manila.

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one crazy day

Just a thought: “Are crazy people allowed to vote? What if they are registered voters before their mental incident happened?”

‘Crazy people’ here refers to those who are insane, mentally deranged, demented, senseless, and having an unusual, unexpected, or random quality, behavior, result, pattern, etc., according to dictionary.com. Continue reading