My Italian’s rusty and my teacher would probably frown on me when he sees the title.
Here are some lovely photos of different student groups I am privileged to be part of this year. No, I’m not graduating yet. Things are going a little bumpy especially with finals coming up so I just want to remind myself of the gratitude I have for these people for being present in my life.
Ateneo Catechetical Instruction League
I’m not even active in this org. I don’t even get to go to area and teach kids about God, but I’ve gotten used to these people who just never fail to brighten up my day no matter what. I go to them when I need to de-stress before or after a class, or simply when I just want to talk to someone. The people in this org are always happy and really nice. They’ll never forget to include you with their plans. I owe the kids an area visit soon, and I’ll definitely go back after UAAP.
Speaking of UAAP, meet the team. *u* I love them. In this team, I met 9 dedicated people who motivate me and push me to always perform my best. They inspire me so much with their hard work. Anything’s possible with these girls especially when we work together and continue getting better and stronger. In around 2 months, we’ll be showing more than what we have, just like in training everyday!
Ateneo Association of Communication Majors
ACOMM taught me to be confident. They welcomed me like family even though what I do with them is more professional. I love that I have them as my friends beyond my block and that they are just around to talk about interesting COM classes. I’m happy I get to serve ACOMM X and I can’t wait for the big projects they’ll have to offer this school year!
Dancing is my first love, and this crew will forever have its place in my heart. I couldn’t dance with them this year because I’m already training with track and field but I decided to stay with them as their manager. They did great in this year’s RiB by winning 1st runner-up!!! (see my post about last year’s RiB here) I’m very proud of them, and especially to our coach Reflex for trusting them with his vision. Hats off to you guys. You’ve come a long way. Thanks for always welcoming me like I’m still training with all of you!
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Despite all this, I have my priorities straight. Nothing comes in the way of anything, especially with training. It’s what I wake up for and I give it my all every single time. The time will eventually come when all my hard work will pay off and I’ll be able to thank everyone for always supporting me in what I choose to do.