With the desire to train potential football players and at the same time, raise funds to build new classrooms, Globe Telecom through its sports ambassador Emelio “Chieffy” A. Caligdong is set to hold a football festival in Barotac Nuevo, Iloilo from February 22 to 24, 2013. Dubbed as “Globe Football …
It is really miserable having to carry around heavy bags through airports, hotel lobbies, down streets, into buses, and here and there. It is so miserable that I have refused to do it again. Simple living and traveling are both about having freedom and you cannot have freedom when you are literally loaded down. So here are some tips on how to pack light.
Distance Learning is characterized by physical separation between the student and the teacher. The student completes his course by means of prepared modules which are provided by the start of the class. Aside from modules, the teacher may also provide instruction through the use of cassette tapes and other technical media.
My cousin Knij is a member of the Kontemporaryong Gamelan Pilipino or more popularly known as Kontra-GaPi of the University of the Philippines-Diliman and in lieu of the National Arts Month Celebration they were invited by the UPV Chancellors Committee for Culture and the Arts to perform at SM City Iloilo Events Center today February 27th, 2011.
Here’s what I’ve been up to lately..
I have been busy with:
· Studying Module 1 of Sociology 1 – Anthropology (interesting read!).
· Tim’s problem at work.
· Pacman (the Flash Pacman)
· Reading “Bakit Baliktad Magbasa ng Libro ang mga Pilipino” by Bob Ong
· The Eclipse yesterday.
If you’re a frequent visitor of my blog you’ll know that I am an avid listener of reggae music and I am one of Bob Marley’s millions of fans. Reggae music makes me groove to it. Reggae music helps me chill and relax. So when Tim shared with me a song from his phone I was immediately curious as to who sang it and what the title of the song is. The beat is great and only after I listened to the lyrics well and after Tim told me did I knew that it was the reggae version of the Lasallian Alma Mater Hymn.
One more step and I will be officially enrolled at CAP College! I already have my official Transcript of Records from WVSU (with the weird grades) and my Honorable Dismissal as well so nothing’s barring my way to getting that diploma (except studying, exams and tuition fees, LOL) ! Tim is very proud of me. And I hope my parents are as well. I really badly want to graduate from college. So no one should go nega on me now alright? I don’t want pessimists around me.
So back to the topic, what should I study? Should I continue and finish my Bachelor of Arts in English course or should I shift to Bachelor of Arts in Psychology instead? If I continue with AB English, it’s going to be a lot easier and I will have more credited subjects. But it’s going to be boring and not so very challenging. But with AB Psychology, I’ll be learning about human behavior in all kinds of aspects. It’s interesting and I think I can use it in my job. And I bet it won’t be boring too. But it will take more time though. So what do you think guys? Help me choose my course. Give me more pros and cons. Thanks!
Want to document my plans and goals for this year here in my blog. Will look at this by the end of …