School in 2 days
This is a very busy Sunday.
I slept at around 4 in the morning and I woke up 3 hours later. Mikey, Mariah and I were asked by our YFC leaders if we could help in facilitating a covenant orientation for the SIGA at St. Mary’s. SIGA stands for Serving in God’s Army. 😉
Anyway, the Covenant Orientation was supposed to start at 9 am but we arrived there a bit late. Besides, there were no SIGA yet.
They came at around 10 and after introductions and a prayer, we started the orientation. We only had Talk 3 which is “Loving, Honoring, and Serving our Brothers and Sisters.” The CO was really fun! I enjoyed because I met so many new people. The SIGA at St. Mary’s were from the slums. And taking that factor into consideration, I was really glad that they were super nice and friendly. As always, they called me Sunshine because they think I look like Sunshine from Sexbomb Dancers. I have really no objection since they consoled me that Sunshine is the most beautiful among them. 😛
We were supposed to continue with Talk 4 but since we’re running late, we decided to continue it next week. I can’t wait to see them again!
I asked Ate Daylene to wake us up at 2 pm since we still have to attend the children’s mass at the Holy Eucharist Parish Church which starts at 4 pm.
The children’s mass is the best! It was really lively… and aside from my crush (yes, I do have a crush.) being in the Music Ministry, I love hearing mass with the children. 😀 It’s great to see little kids serving the Lord. Plus, they’re all enthusiastic so it’s fun to just observe those kids praise God. I think I’ll be serving there too. I don’t know what I’ll be doing yet. I might be a collector or commentator next week. 😀
After mass, my friends and I all gathered outside the church to hang out for a while. Then we all went home, which was G-Unit Net Cafe in our case. 😛
Btw, I’ll be going to school tomorrow. I’m going to get all my class cards and I’ll also attend the Inauguration Ceremonies for the new UPM Chancellor Dr. Ramon Arcadio. Then, Ate Reyna, Manila Collegian EIC, will work on my articles. I hope everything goes well tomorrow.
I can’t wait to go back to school… yet a part of me dreads it. I know we still don’t have the money to pay for my tuition. And I hope I get the money before Wednesday since Nov 9 is the first day of classes. I might be registering late again, but it’s okay. 😉
All in all, I can’t wait to see all my friends again! I miss you all!