Eventful Weekend

This weekend was one for the books. It was definitely tiring but it was also a great way to bring myself back on track.

Korean Class

We didn’t have class last time. The teacher had to attend to something. Without the class, it seemed like a part of me was missing. This weekend, we learned about asking where something is and some activities like (to go and to do). I am actually learning a lot and watching Korean dramas have become easier.

Hoping that I will get good grades so I can continue on to the next module.

Volleyball at Home Court Gym

My teammates and I scheduled a reunion game. It was 2 years since we all played together and the company one-day league prompted us to want to play with each other again. It was full of fun and I was actually more tired from laughing rather than from the play itself.

It was a (sort of) goodbye game for one of our teammates who’s going to Canade for post-grad studies. I hope that she will be successful in this endeavor.

MMVL Off-Season Tournament

Although we lost, it was still a good game for us. The scores were 26-24 and 26-24. If only we had more fight in us, we could have ended the first set easily. It was a learning experience, definitely. It was also the first time played together so it was like testing the waters.

I am hoping that we will fare better, and win the game, the next time around.


With all that’s happened this weekend, am I ready for Monday? The first order of business tomorrow is to write down everything that I have to do for the week.

AJA. AJA. Fighting.



Taken at: General Ordonez Street in Marikina City, Philippines

It has been a rough couple of weeks. I was demotivated to do anything.

While I’m on my way home, after a tough loss in volleyball, I found this sunset. It had a faint tint of orange with a gradient towards pink. If I were in an open field, it would have been better.

But, I stopped for a couple of minutes and just stared at the sky. If you were a passerby you’d be wondering what I’m looking at. I have my gym bag on my right shoulder and a shopping bag on the left.

I was thinking why I am so much focused on the problems when there are so many things to appreciate. There are so many good things in this world and we should not forget that.