I deeply apologize for the long hiatus, because it’s just been a flurry of events really — and to be quite honest, I was quite overwhelmed by all the things that have kept me preoccupied for the past few weeks or so.
As a matter of fact (and just to give you an idea of what I’ve been recently up to), I’ve been to Manila, Cebu, Cagayan, Bohol and Dumaguete for the past two weeks, and you can only imagine all the accumulated stress that I have right now.
But if truth be told as well, nothing also compares to the kind of fun that I had when I was hopping from one island to another. I shall chronicle all the things that I did in subsequent posts — but for starters, I was pleasantly surprised to have seen so many changes when I went home to Dumaguete.
For example, I was quite surprised to have seen a brand new Montero parked in our driveway at home. I initially thought it was my parents’, but they later on told me that this was my eldest brother’s and sister-in-law’s brand new automobile.
It was a pretty slick car, and I particularly liked the contours that it had on its rear and back areas. I gathered later on that it even had a rzr power steering feature, so I was all the more interested with it.
Perhaps soon, when I can fully recoup and recollect my words back, I will write about each particular destination that I’ve been to. The past few weeks have been hectic, but the rush made me realize how much I thrive in chaos.
Truly, this was a much-needed breather from the monotony of having to live and breathe law books for the past five months.