mock trials at riverside was fun! i surprisingly won an award too. we couldve done better but, thats a shoulda coulda woulda - woulda coulda shoulda circumstance. badabing badaboom, end of story. :]
life’s been pretty fun and God is good, always.
its a great feeling when you know that someone has your back. especially when the situation is of extreme circumstance and the outcome no matter what you want to think always seems like its going to go downhill. but then, you just know that everything is going to be okay because of one person. i dont even know if that made any sense. but then again, im not a very good explainer. anyway, i praise God that He has allowed my youth group to grow even with the absence of the top dog, the head hauncho, our youth pastor, kuya bong. God is good and He really does work in mysterious ways.
spring break has also been going pretty well. despite what i may say, i think i’ve been pretty productive. vas calendar stuff, show choir, concert choir, honors choir, and mock trial practices all within the first three days. amazing isnt it? on top of which, i have vowed to learn one song a day over break to increase my guitar-ing ability haha. i’ll never be as amazing as gabe bondoc but, its worth a shot right? i guess, whatever. on the downside, i still need to go out and buy me a copy of slaughterhouse five as well as turn in my permission slip for the mock trial competition which is in two days AND pay for the heritage festival (btw is in sf :D) and music in the parks.
it’d be rrreeeaalllyyy nice if money grew on trees.
so the first day of break was nice. i got to sleep in like 2 extra hours, met up to put the vas calendar together, had honors’ practice, and ate out with the youth leaders. good day. nice and relaxing. goodnight world.