Feb. 20, 2014? Ito ay isa sa araw na di ko makakalimutan. Bakit? Dahil ito ang huling prom na mararanasan namin. Senior na kami. Parang ambilis lang ng panahon. Hindi man to kasing saya ng prom last year, maganda pa … Continue reading →
I think Valentine’s Day was not really the main highlight for the month of February.As a students, we were all looking forward for something more exciting than the hearts day, and yes! It is the Junior Senior Promenade. We all really feel like a prince and princess that night.I spent the whole night with my classmate because,a big BECAUSE, nobody had the guts to walk up with me. That’s why I went to my “girlfriends”, had a good times, and dance with them. Instead of being sulk and miserable we enjoyed the rest of the night. And the the night was over, we were all went home and just rest. 🙂
Promenade 2014 has been a good one, I had the chance to enjoy it. Although I had a bit of sad moments, I remember it, cherish it and probably won’t forget about what’s Prom 2014 change me. :)))
Para sa iba ang araw ng prom ang pinaka-masaya. Oo nga’t inisip ko ding pinakasaya yun noon. Noong first prom ko, pero ngayon na fourth year at graduating na kami, prom ata ang isa sa mga event na ayaw ko puntahan. Bakit? Simple lang! Ito kasi ang indication na February na. At next month ay March, march ang huling buwan na magkakaklase kami, ang huling buwan na kumpleto, ang huling buwan na nasa ICA kami, ito rin yung buwan na puro drama/iyakan.
Ano ba nangyari nung huling prom? Wala! Or hindi ko lang napansin na may nangyari pala. Badtrip kasi ako ng araw na yan hahahhah.
Yung araw na yun ay hindi makakalimutan dahil ayun yung huling prom namin. (:
Ang pagiging High School ay hindi makukumpleto o magiging memorable kung hindi mo mararanasan ang isang gabi na puno ng kasiyahan at kaligayahan, mararanasan mo lang ito sa PROM NIGHT 🙂 sabi nga ng iba BEST NIGHT EVER.. Ang daming nangyari nung February 20, 2014 kahit medyo gutom kasi bitin ang pagkain but still worth it pa rin kasi gagraduate na kami atleast bonding moment na rin namin ng mga kaklase ko yung gabing ito. Isa pa sa nagpasaya sa akin ay ng mapasama ang pangalan ko sa invitation at mapasama ako sa turn over ceremony. Napakarami kong sinayaw pero yung taong gusto kong kasayaw ay busy sa iba, masakit pero ganun talaga part ng buhay na masasaktan ka pero syempre ok lang naman kasi nandun pa rin silang lahat lalo na yung mga kaibigan kong tunay.
Tunay ngang hindi ko makakalimutan ang gabing ito dahil lahat ng emosyon naramdaman ko sa gabing ito saya tuwa at lungkot 🙂 4TH YEAR ST.PETER best section ever 🙂 SY 2013-2014 keep safe to us be contented of what we have right now.
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3. Don’t worry about finding the “best.” How good you feel about your decisions is usually more important than how good they are objectively.
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7. Do a postgame analysis. After each decision you make, ask yourself how you felt afterward and what about the experience you can apply in the future.