Must be worth it

Basing from my last update, we’re half through first semester. We’ve successfully hosted a mini seminar. There were major adjustments done ’cause our event date was moved and moved back to the original date. Our plans were devastated but at least we were able to finish it with few flaws only (ehem, wireless microphone).

And look at that, it was dated 12th of August but the day was Monday. I forgot to edit it. It should be Thursday. FAIL, I know. Good thing there were only two people who noticed that. Our professor liked the tarp and the program invitation which I made! Of course, I wasn’t properly credited but I was overwhelmed. (:

I also wore high heels which got attention. It got my attention, too. I spotted it at SM dept. store on sale. It was P1199 (or something like) before and I got it for only P399! I had to buy it.

The next day after the seminar, I met with my high school friends for our friend’s despedida. We stayed at Sofitel for a night. Too bad I had an exam the next day so I had to stay up reviewing while listening to them talking, laughing and playing. Our photos from the pool are too embarrassing to post. HAHA

The despedida didn’t end there. We still saw each other this week’s Wednesday and ate at our favorite place when were still in high school. I definitely missed! We also went to our friend’s pad to eat ice cream and talk more.

And lastly, yesterday, we¬† met again. We just had pizza and went to Storyland to enjoy two rides! We went to her place again to talk more more more. I wish I could stop the time so I could have spent more time with her. She’s leaving on monday for Canada. ); The idea hasn’t sunk into me yet and I don’t like to think about not seeing her for a long long time.

This was taken by a lady who works at YC, thanks for offering a hand miss!

Oh well, doesn’t look like I’m busy for school. It’s just that I can always find time for my friends. They are so awesome that I can’t miss to see them. <3

Korean Pops

I’ve been looking for a korean store long time ago and I finally saw one. It was really accidental that I spotted one at Cubao near the wet market. I never expected and it was my first time to see that store in that spot. I asked my friend if we could drop by and see what the store is selling (which was obvious, actually).

Upon entering the store, we saw familiar products but with korean writings, of course and I was amazed. I really wanted to check out the ice cream section first but kept checking out other products. Then we checked out the ice cream freezer… and there weren’t a lot of choices but it was okay since I was going to buy for a single stick, anyway.

I chose the one in a blue packaging ’cause it was so inviting and I didn’t think twice unlike my friend who thought of what she would get for a hundred times. It was cheap like P25. I couldn’t even believe it costs like that. We sat down (yes, they allow people to eat there) and excitedly opened the plastic and ate the ice cream. I was actually disappointed. It was bubblegum flavor and it was an ice pop. ):

Yes, ice pop. ): My friend was enjoying her coffee flavored ice cream.

Heck that, I will choose fancy colors no more next time. But nevertheless, I enjoyed it ’cause it was freaking hot outside and I needed a refresher that time! Oh by the way, I bought 4 packs of Shin Ramyun before leaving. All four for a hundred pesos. Yeah yeah yeah. It is cheaper than those we buy from the supermarket.

Well then, this is my korean store adventure. Will surely be coming back to taste more of the ice creams!