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Playtime: Ang Post Office
tickets cost 300 php… it’s worth it!
Kev and I watched Ang Post Office, a play based on Rabindranath Tagore’s “Dak Ghar” at PETA Theater today. I’ve posted a link on his wall about it a few weeks ago asking him if we can watch it together just because but he didn’t seem to have seen it. Then just this week to my surprise he asked me if we can watch a play together since it’s required for his Filipino class and guess what the play is *drum roll* the same play I posted on his wall haha. We arrived 30 minutes late at the Theater but fortunately we were still given tickets. Kev was super pissed at me because I was so late but we made up after a while. We can’t stay mad at each other for a long period of time hihi.
The play was really inspiring. The story revolves around 10 year old Abel, a dying child whose innocence and pursuit of happiness is truly touching. The play also featured animations by Ellen Ramos and the very cute kids of Loboc Children’s Choir singing live like little angels lulling us to sleep. There were a lot of funny and light parts but I couldn’t stop crying and my heart was really breaking especially during the part where his health starts to worsen. Personally, I’d like to think that Abel was able to fulfill his wish at the end. He got to meet the King, although not the King in the story but the King of all Kings, God. And that is way better than meeting an ordinary King and eating champorado. :>
After the play, Kev and I ate lunch and went to school because he still has his NSTP class and I’ll be taking part 1 of my Philippine Literature final exam in AKIC which is such a foreign building to me. Good thing I didn’t get lost but I felt very out of place since they were all wearing corporate and chef attires ._.
tribute to my guy’s moustache… he shaved it off
Last Wednesday, my prof treated us (Annie, Nads, Rosa, Billie and me) lunch in the Valet, CSB’s restaurant, because it was his birthday last Sunday and the last day of our Joseriz class and also his last (his first too actually) term in CSB. He said he feels a tad too restricted in our school. We can’t blame him since he graduated and taught at U.P. which is a pretty liberal school (correct me if I’m wrong) and in CSB, students are awfully “sheltered”. Too bad all of us didn’t have any camera with us but we really had an awesome time and we were so full after eating. Thanks so much to sir! I wish I can also feed people expensive food for free by the time I turn 37 hahaha.
I’m a sophomore now
Yes, I’m still alive. I know you all missed me (just say yes) haha. School’s been tiring… it’s the pain of commuting after a month of hibernation. When I get home I just check my online accounts and go straight to sleep. It’s surprising that I’m still getting followers… really surprising. I’d go through on them soon and probably follow back some. Speaking of followers, I’m classmates with 2 people I “met” on tumblr first hahaha how odd. Plaridel in Oralcom, we haven’t really talked though… and you have no idea how awkward it is that I’m mentioning him here D: and 14thave in Hartds1 & Basicom, she’s really nice and friendly, I love her already :3
tee heez I’m back!! Yeah, I know… I look tired -__-
Commuting is getting scarier lately. At least 2 men tried to follow me this week but they stopped halfway and the number of jejemanyaks and dirty old men I encounter everyday annoyingly increased *sigh* why must commuting be such a battlefield? I really wish they’d get horribly castrated or impaled at some point in their lives. Good thing Vitug keeps me company on my way home since he rides the LRT too and our schedules are almost identical. I’m practically stuck with him this term. :))
Hmm… any tips to ward off monsters?