I have only six days to go before I can sing “I don’t know ’bout you but I’m feeling 22!”
Time is so fast! I remember thinking to myself when I was 10 that I want to turn 13 already because I get jealous of teenage girls who go around the mall without their parents. I would watch them from a far while I nod to whatever Mama and Ate said. And suddenly, I was seventeen and didn’t want to turn 18 because that meant being an adult. Four years after, I still don’t see myself as one and am still scared of the real world.
I wanted to make a 22 things about myself like what Corinth and Jhanz did on their blogs but I will post that on the day of my birthday. So here we go first, 22 things I’d like to receive on the 27th. Divided them into four categories so it’s organized.
The kaartehan essentials
Yesterday, I went to Eastwood with my good friend Cye. I had to take a video of bands and thought that Colt 45’s event is the perfect gig I can go to. Chicosci and Urbandub were there to perform.
My Saturday started bad due to stressful deadlines I had to accomplish immediately. The last video I had to finish (I also did a video for our Lit project and one for our major class, BroadComm, which both are group projects) is an individual task. So the camera, concept, and all things which will be shown are all from me. The lack of equipment was my main problem. I still have no camera. Even if Mama buys me in the States, it wouldn’t arrive on time because of the distance.
When I woke up, I immediately went online to talk to Mama when I saw Orange’s text asking me to do so. I was telling her about my dilemma and then suddenly, Cye replied to my text saying that she was going to come with me and lend me her camera. Before her confirmation, Ate sent me a message on Twitter saying that her friend Dave is also lending me his camera and will just message me to meet up.
So fast forward to that night’s event. I met up with Cye in Trinoma and we rode a cab from there to Eastwood. When we came there, we were already hungry and looked for a nice place to eat. I was craving for anything Italian (that doesn’t sound right. HAHA!) When we saw where Gweilos was, we thought of looking at who are already playing. We then saw Arcadia on stage. Good thing the bar was just across the restaurant, Pasto.
Cye ordered this one. The tomato dip was yummy!
Cye, like me, loves tomatoes. It isn’t much obvious with our choice of food. This is penne with chicken, sun-dried tomatoes and roasted mushrooms in a garlic-cream sauce.