Nothing like a date with your high school friends. Taken a week or two ago. :)
College came and college went. The best part was knowing through it all, good and bad, we will always have each other like you know sisters from another mother.
Mia went to SPUQC and took up Comm Arts.
Mabelle also went very loyal and majored in Clinical Psych at SPUQC (we’re from St. Paul, College Pasig since kinder years).
Aila, the one in yellow, is only here for vacation. She’s been in Japan ever since we graduated high school where she continued learning Japanese Language and now on her formal college course. This also explains the Japanese guy with us. Yep, that’s Aila’s friend. Hihi.
Thea took up MMA at CSB. We seldom have her during get-together but that just makes us miss her more, along with Dags, KM, Bea (who’s now in Canada) and Mia too.
Bel and I went both went to UST College of Fine Arts and Design and majored in Advertising. Yeah, represent! It’s funny how when her blockmates heard me call her “Bel” they started calling her that and not “Khrizia” as she usually introduces herself.
I just love the expressions on their faces. We have more bentang pictures but I like how these looked like they were stilts from an indie film that would have some voice over telling you about each of them.
I’d like to film my own indie movie. For now, I think watching Ang Nawawala (What Isn’t There) would scratch the itch.
I know I’ve already posted an entry about this trip but I don’t think it was enough to say that I actually had so much fun and it was really amazing. It would be such a crime not to share how incredible this trip was in detail. It is after all, the first out of town trip me and my closest friend ever had since we became friends.
This year’s Batangas trip is one of the highlights of my summer. It was with three of my kabarkadas since high school, with the younger sister of the other, two of them were my roommates and one of whom is the one we owe this trip to. All expenses paid, except for our bus ride home.
*long and photo heavy post ahead