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  • Celebrating 10 years of friendship.

    I was listening to Tina Arena’s Burn, and my mind just suddenly traveled back 10 years ago. Amf! I couldn’t believe it’s been over 10 years since. It was a year when one of the sincerest friendships I found have started to grow with people I met around the school campus.

    Some friends remained, some I never heard of anymore. Friendster, Yahoo, the world wide web, that’s the nearest we could get to each other. I wish I could go back. Aren’t they done building the time machine yet?

    I am thankful that God has blessed me with real people, friends who’ve always been there through thick and thin, for 10 years and counting…





















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    12 comments:

    1. _ice_ said...
       

      going strong.. cool pare..

      some pipol come and go but only real friends stay no matter what.

      musta?

    2. lucas said...
       

      people come and go but there are those who persists and linger :)

      keep safe, ely.

    3. acey said...
       

      10 years is solid. cool! :D

    4. my-so-called-Quest said...
       

      astig dba, before madami then after few years halos mabibilang mo na sa kamay kung ilang ang naiiwan. hehehe

      pareho pala tayo, i treasure more kung sino ang naiiwan. hehehe

      at imagine 10 year na yung burn? dang! ang tanda na natin. hahaahhaha

    5. my-so-called-Quest said...
       

      10 years... hehehe

    6. Ely said...
       

      ice, lucas, ur right about that. Only the real ones stay.

      acey, it is! To think na ndi maganda mga first impressions ko sa kanila. :)

      my-so-called-quest, siyempre, mga totoo lang naiiwan. 10 years na nga. Tagal na no? parang kailan lang...

    7. Reena said...
       

      nice set of friends. :)

      read your comment na....well, the logbook has a basis. it's for PRC to check how exposed you are to the practice. many of the questions in the boards are based on real situations kasi. but i'm not scaring you. :)

      i suggest, just continue studying. and fix your logbook well. just use small projects. and find an architect who can sign those projects. much better if you can use his own projects.

      good luck! kaya mo yan. :)

    8. Reena said...
       

      hi ulet...

      wait, you said you worked in an arki firm for 6 months? if i were you, talk to your former boss para ma-sign nya logbook mo.

    9. Ely said...
       

      Hi again Reena, thanks for the advise. Appreciate it. I actually went back to my boss before. He's one of the top Architects in Baguio. We had a 1-yr minimum stay agreement which I didn't finish, so nung pumunta ako, he said:

      "You were never here!"

      Ouch!

      That was 2 years ago. For sure di na niya ako kilala now.

    10. The Scud said...
       

      nice! ang saya isipin that friendships would last that long. minsan sila lang ang pwede mo pagsabihan ng mga problema mo - sa pamilya, sa trabaho, sa lag layp, sa pera. no man is an island. :-D

    11. the donG said...
       

      friends are really our treasures. so priceless that it's hard to loose them and in one way hard to find authentic ones as well.

    12. Ely said...
       

      The Scud, tama ka dyan. Saken, they my problems more than anybody else from my family.

      the donG, and it's not easy to find the authentic ones too...

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