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A Do-Re-Mi before Leaving

Postby mcar » Mon Jan 19, 2009 8:11 am

Starting today, my weeks and days will be busier ever than before so say good luck to me guys. What a lot of opportunities and tasks I both have at the same time. I am part of a working committee for our incoming national biology convention that will be held in our university. I will be glad to keep in touch with you all again here. Break a leg for those who'll be returning to school and for those who had returned to school after the Christmas break.

Hanggang sa muli!
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Postby alextemplet » Mon Jan 19, 2009 2:42 pm

Bonne chance, mon ami! ;)
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Postby mcar » Thu Apr 23, 2009 11:42 am

I left for many days, honestly the past weeks for me are totally tiring. BIOTA convention, looking after a significant other in a hospital, walking for my requirement papers and other extra things that are needed to be secured like blood requests, going back and forth for so many times, just pure walking (just got some painful blisters on my soles actually) and commuting with public utility vehicles along with the polluted and noisy streets, etc. (so many, I can hardly count them all).

Perhaps that Bonne chance was really intended for those rushed hours. Fortunately, our almost 3 weeks stay in the hospital was over, those sleepless nights, tired back, light-headedness (this was really evident for my hemoglobin and hematocrit dropped significantly), at last they all come to end this time, I remember that I just had 3 to 4 chances of sleeping lying on a bed! and I was standing, walking, sitting for the rest of those weeks starting by April 5. I just got colds and the allergic rhinitis was bothersome.

Lately, I went to Ospital ng Makati to submit some of of remaining requirements. Yesterday, I've raced with all my life along with rain and soaked streets of Manila just to claim my police clearance and have my board certificate stamped with a documentary stamp, I thought my feet would be wet-free but the flood was about my knees, I gave up and so I just let them soaked for I have no choice. I was quite :( sad knowing that the screening for applicants was over, I thought that they had considered my case since I had a recommendation letter (well, that one's story is quite long to elaborate further), perhaps they did not even had read it(well I guess but... anyway... just nevermind). I'm still looking forward to other opportunities. I believe that a proper time shall be always there for me.

I wonder what's next...right now, I'm thankful that this day's exactly opposite those remarkable days and I still managed to write this one.
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