Thursday, April 1, 2010
Tuesday, March 30, 2010
Wednesday, March 10, 2010
Have you tried "overnighting" at a classmate's house? When having a difficult [or shall we say HARSH] homework, it's very common for students to have a group study or overnight.
Students like us get busier as the end of class draws near. Programs to finish[VB and DS], defenses to make[VB, SAD. and TW], dance to perform[Humanities], data dictionarieS, activity diagramS, event tableS, and system flowchartS to construct. Can we really accomplish these things?!
I always believe, that if we put God in the center of our lives, nothing would be impossible.
March 2-3,2010 - it was my first time to experience the life of a student who stays overnight.
it was tiring but we had fun. Morning on the following day, while listening to the discussion, we took a nap [a little]. It's hard for us to open our eyes when we don't have any sleep. We're worse than a drunk person.
March 4-5,2010 - it was my second time. more tiring but still we had fun.
March 6-7,2010 - third time. it was so tiring but at least we had the time to sleep. Early morning on the following day, we took a bath, and prepare to go to school for the CESDEV tree planting in Labangon. Unfortunately, we we're not able to go because "they" did not give us a complete instruction about the said tree planting. Instead we had our outreach in a mall[haha], which most of us had fun, even though some of us haven't slept yet. In the afternoon, me with a classmate went to Abellana for our PE Culminating.
The third overnight experience was the most tiring one, because we had a lot of activities.
I hope we could really pass these challenges....
God will answer our prayers and He would not leave us in times of difficulties.
Just pray and have faith in Him... =)
Saturday, February 13, 2010
Valentines Day is one of the events that most of us are excited of. This day, we could think of nothing but LOVE, LOVE, AND LOVE.
You think people can live in this world alone? "OF COURSE NOT". No man is an island. Time will come that we will be loved by someone truly. This event is for all the people who knows how to love.. Each of us has a different trip on how we celebrate Valentines Day.
Valentines Day is not only for those who are committed in a relationship. It is also about our love for family and friends. All of us are so lucky to have family and friends who love us so much. They are the ones who take place if we're hurt by the person we love. There's nothing greater than the love of family and friends. =)
Love makes the world go round. Can you imagine life without it? In love, we could be happy, and contented. But there are also people who gets hurt by love. I can feel the pain of those people who are broken hearted.
For those who are broken hearted like me, we can still celebrate Hearts Day even though we're not committed in a relationship. We still have our family and friends who truly love us. We should also be strong to face the real world of letting go of someone who's not worth of our love, and we should stay happy for our family and friends who truly care for us.
HAPPY VALENTINES DAY!
Monday, February 8, 2010
Faccias de AMORE is presented by the University of San Carlos (USC-CEBU) of Nursing Student Body Organization in partnership with Teatro Sugbo, Incoporated.
When: February 11 – 13, 2010, 7:30pm
Where: University of San Carlos – South Campus (Girls High) Cultural Center
About Faccias de Amore (Faces Of Love):
Faccias De Amore (Faces of Love) is a 5 Story play that is inspired by how each and everyone of us is affected by love. It draws its inspiration from the different mythologies and familiar characters associated with the celebration of valentines day.
A compilation of different stories of love that perfects different faces such as friendship, love of family, self importance, career and an ironic twist to an ultimate passionate love that we relate to one way or another.
A fictitious story between Airmid (angel of healing) and Cupid (angel of love) challenge by Aphrodite (goddess of love) creates a change in how everyone celebrates valentines day which leads us to three different life stories but is drawn closer by a certain commonality, that is NURSING…
A story of three good friends who are very different but has unconsciously gained strength from each other. Strey, a typical bad boy turned good, changed. For he cannot give love without loving himself first, will perfect the face of the self while Fem, a gay nurse fashionista who sacrificed his dream for the love of his mom, will perfect the face of the family and Carey, a poor prom-di with a exceptionally genius mind, who despite her financial incapability and life misery will rise above on top of her league.
The story believes that everything will be in its proper place in the right time and all things we can come across have its purpose. Each may relate to a particular character or familiar situation we are in as we face life’s struggles and challenges in perfecting the real meaning of the word LOVE.
But above it all, we came across the realization that there are things and emotions that even gods, angels and mortals alike can’t define but somehow understands.
For love is the only language we will equally understand.
About Teatro Sugbo:
Teatro Sugbo, Incoporated is a non-profit, non-stock theater organization run by volunteers. Their mission is to provide quality and trans-formative training in theater for the youth and underprivileged for the purpose of educating and empowering them. They also prepare fund-raising projects for the benefit of our chosen charitable institution. Moreover, they also aim to develop the quality of theatrical arts in the Philippines through training its volunteers, support research opportunities regarding the development of theater for social change, and develop local talent and preserve local culture.
PLAY DATES ARE ON: February 11-13 (4:30 & 7:30pm)
Venue: University of San Carlos (USC)- South Campus along corners J. Alcantara St., P. Del Rosario Ext. and V. Rama Ave. Cebu City.
P50 – High School Students (present ID for verification)
P70 – College Students and non-students
USC-NC- c/o SSM
USC-SC- c/o SBA
Principal’s Office – USC-Main
USC-TC- c/o TS and USC-CN SBO