I can’t take my meds/ vitamin supplements without banana.
Is that the best you can do? Sigurado ka na ba?
-OWEN KIM, CEO
Come on, strive harder.
One more year to go and you’re already there.
A thought from from Maam Tan, our elective professor :)
When there are either too little or too much tensions on the strings, they will not produce suitable music.
When tension of nurses is either too high or too low, the performance deteriorates.
Yesterday, during our NCA class (it was like an in-house review), our professor thought us a song which was funny (especially its actions).
We were like gradeschool. Here it is:
May palaka sa may sapa
Walang ilong, walang buntot
Masaya kung kumanta
Ugak-gak-gak, Ugak-gak-gak, Ugaliga-igak (3x)
A while ago, my friends and I was recalling the lyrics…
Alien: Ano na nga ba ‘yung last part?
Ako: ugek-gek-gek (sabay kanta si Alien)
Lowlah: di ba ugak-gak-gak?
Honestly, I’m not a fan of UAAP/ basketball competition. BUT, I don’t want to end my senior year without cheering (just even once) my beloved alma mater. My parents are strict, so I rarely hang-out with friends (because every time I ask permission, their answer is “NO”). Anyways, I decided whether they let me watch or not, I’ll go. Yeah, that’s how “good” I am as a child (sarcastically speaking). This was my second time watching basketball match LIVE! :l
It’s Sunday and before I headed to the big dome, I went to church to listen to God’s words. Supposedly, our meeting time was 12 noon, but we ended meeting around 12:45 (t’was FILIPINO TIME, dude) and we arrived at Araneta quarter to 2 (the game started at 1).
4 tickets=US. We’re five (supposedly) but he changed his mind at the last moment.
Since we arrived late, we failed to watch the first quarter and started cheering at the end of second quarter. *sigh*
PHOTOS: 3rd quater
oh yeah, we’re 2 points ahead! Let’s go TAMARAWS, let’s GO!
It was so close. RECCA RECCA SUMMA FEU! (The thing I like most is the tamaraw “WAVE”!!!)
Well, 1st game is OVER! CHEERS tamaraws!
(Vice Ganda and son, Ryan Bang were also present. Too bad I wasn’t able to see them in person and take a picture. tsk)
Smile on our faces means VICTORY!
My soul sister (Azir) and I
Well, I can say that watching UAAP wasn’t waste of time. I’m a proud tamaraw!
- Prof: (biglang naisip) By the way, grabe yung nangyari sa Japan noh?
- Student: ay yung sa radiation maam?
- Prof: Oo, grabe.. kawawa naman sila.
- Student: Buti nga sa kanila maam, FREE lang ang radiation. Di na kailangan gumastos
- CI: Anong year mo na?
- Ako: 4th year po
- CI: Ms. Calangi, di ba?
- Ako: Calagui po...
- CI: Oh, at least magakalapit lang...Ako ang magpapannel sa research nyo ah
- ( whaaaaaaaat? ohhh noooooeesss!!!!!)
- Tatay: Nasaan yung injection mo? Ipakita mo nga...
- Anak: eto o (sabay turo)
- Tatay: Lunal mo yan, ano ka ba!
We had our first day at Mary Johnston Hospital (located at Tondo, Manila). We just had our orientation and discussed some of the fundamentals of nursing. It wasn’t as toxic as expected though (maybe because we haven’t handle patients yet). We also had a tour in the pedia ward (the area we’re assigned) and as we enter each room, toddlers/ preschool patients were terrified and panicked. They were like “mama…mam..ma” (with a trembling voice and tight hug with their mom). The rooms weren’t “jam-packed” today and hopefully, even tomorrow. HAHA. Oh, we also had a 10-item quiz. According to our instructor, she’ll give a lot of quizzes since 70% of our NCM grade comes from RLE. I wonder why RLE and lecture can’t just be equal. I mean both are vital and essential, so why is it that the other must weigh heavier? I’m bitter ‘cause I do better in lecture. So, it was DISADVANTAGE for me. :l
The good thing is….. we had an EARLY DISMISSAL. As we walk along the DIVISORIA, (yeah, we have to pass that way… tsk) two kids said (teasingly) “Doctor, pagalingin mo naman ako.” We’re not doctors, we’re nurses (ooops, I mean STUDENT NURSES). But do we look like one? If yes, I’ll take it as a compliment. :D