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The Happy List Vol. 4

Hey guys! It’s been almost a year since I… I know. I was still in Korea actually. Lol. I was caught up with a lot of things (mostly from school) that’s why I kind of neglected this blog again. What’s a more positive way to come back other than having this happy list. 🙂 This one is totally random!

  1. Passing my correlation courses which means…
  2. Graduating (August 2014) with a bonus academic achievement award.
  3. Feeling the love from my sister. (I may or may not blog about this.)
  4. Living a totally slack off life with co-reviewees turn best buddies in the best apartment ever.
  5. Cigarettes and tea.
  6. Watching movies in a movie theater.
  7. The idea of getting a tattoo.
  8. The idea of a person getting a tattoo for you.
  9. The ambience of a coffee shop.
  10. Gloomy weather and comfort food.
  11. Pizza and japanese food.
  12. Drinking sessions.
  13. Passing the ECE board exams despite the life style we had. (See item #4)
  14. Home cooked meals.
  15. Baking chocolate chip cookies.
  16. My panda stuffed toy and sleeping mask.
  17. Complete sleep.
  18. Going back to the province.
  19. Then going back to Manila again.
  20. Breakfast with the family at Tagaytay.
  21. New friends, old friends, good times.
  22. Being with the right person at the right time.

This list is an original idea by Camie from Wild-Spirit.

Korea, Prompts, The Happy List

The Happy List Vol. 3

  1. Group picnic at Dongrak Park, Indong, Gumi. It happened 2 months ago (August). It was fun to be fair. We ate gimbaps, drank beer, and rode the bicycle all day. (#1)
  2. Getting a part time job at the English Cafe. I now work as a Student Assistant at the KIT English Cafe for the whole month of October. It’s an easy job and I get paid on the side, so it’s win-win for me.
  3. Hiking in a mountain at Yonghol-li, Gimcheon. Last month, I together with an Indonesian friend decided to meet up a facebook person who had been looking for a companion to hunt for pine mushrooms at a private mountain at Gimcheon. It wasn’t the best of experiences but I’ll definitely remember it. Well, I wouldn’t forget the fact that right before we started trekking, I saw a snake. After a minute or so, a different snake passed by infront of me. Well, I’m still alive. (#1, #2, #3, #4, #5)
  4. Seoul Trip (Day 1, Day 2, Day 3). I had finally set foot in the largest metropolis in South Korea.
  5. Kimi Juan, Camie Juan, and Ryann Reyes followed me on Instagram. I mean, yes? Click their names and see their IG feeds!

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Korea, Prompts, The Sunday Currently

The Sunday Currently Vol. 4

In contrary to my previous TSC post, this Sunday has got to be one of the most boring Sundays I had. If I had to pick up highlights of my day, those would be my dinner (because I developed a new love with cherry tomatoes) and me deleting 85% of my photos in instagram. Yes, I decided to get rid of my old photos aka the photos from my iPod touch and also the non-square images. With instagram’s update conforming to the new iOS, the feed would look so much better with square photos. So, I just have to.

C U R R E N T L Y…

  • reading my twitter feed (as always).
  • writing this lovely blogpost. But, I should’ve been writing my entry to my English Speech contest. That’s also a 150kw for grand prize. I am ditching the contest because I am pre-occupied by other more important things aka Korean language and Correlation courses.
  • listening to GMA 7’s livestreaming. Oh god, I miss Kapuso Mo, Jessica Soho. The best magazine show in local tv.
  • thinking of the situation of my family back in the Philippines. Just a few days ago, our house got robbed. According to my sister, the tablets and some amount of money were taken. But yes, good thing is nobody got hurt.
  • smelling the Nivea body lotion I just put on a few hours ago.
  • wishing for Christmas to come fast. I am always ecstatic with such event. There usually comes a time when I already feel that the “Christmas spirit” is already there.
  • hoping to find the nearest English Catholic church. We found a relatively near one, just a 25 minute walk, but the mass is conducted in Korean. So.
  • wearing a loose maroon shirt and plaid boxer shorts.
  • loving the fact that I got a paid part time job as a student assistant at the English Cafe. The job is quite easy because I just have to open the room at 9 am, maintain the cleanliness, wash coffee mugs, and sit infront of the computer. Definitely yay.
  • wanting to go to Seoul really badly. I just hope nobody ditches the plan. And, I am praying to the most high gods for complimentary classes not to happen over the weekend because that is Seoul trip.
  • needing to talk to mom, hence, a new simcard. I am planning to get a Korean simcard because my roaming has been dysfucntional for almost 2 weeks now. I really need to contact mom easily because, money. There.
  • feeling a pain in my shoulder since I have been in a lazy position (on my belly) facing my laptop all day.
  • clicking the livestream links for the local tv channels in the Philippines. I’m a television kind of person and I shall admit that I kind of miss the Philippine TV.