10 Most Memorable Moments in College #ThrowbackThursday
|Taken during our Pre-Graduation Recollection|
My then boyfriend, on the other hand, had been my inspiration (and distraction? Haha!) all throughout. I think that people will forever associate me with him when they remember our college days. Well, he was my first love. (O.K. I am revisiting the happy good memories here. Haha!) Funny but we never studied together. Perhaps, he couldn't stand being around with me whenever we were pressured over an exam because I was so instense. But I am sincerely grateful for all that he's done for me, especially when I needed help and he took care of my mom in the hospital for me, while I studied for our exam the following day. He was that supportive then. And the rest is history. : )
|We were classmates even in law school|
And who would forget my most favorite professor in college, Sir E? His classes were unforgettable because of the real life lessons that we learned in the classroom which we would later bring with us as we immersed ourselves in the real world. He wasn't just a teacher. He was more of a transformer for me, encouraging a positive paradigm shift on us. He made such a remarkable impact on me that I still remember the stories from the Vitaminds booklet. I also shared “my family story” first in his class.
Then there's the JI fever! Haha! The heart-throb, Aga Muhlach look-alike! He was famous for the "Worst-Case scenario" line and his erratic mood swings. I can't forget the time that he walked out on us. Oh, the shock on our faces! Haha!
And now, last but [not] the beast, sorry, I meant [not] the least, tell me who does not know this professor who terrorized all his students in the most unlikely subject?! Clue: S.J. Eepss.. I used to think before that RS was supposed to teach us to love more. His teaching methods pushed some of his students to resent him instead. Haha! Case in point: the famous professor mentioned above who was at the top of his class but did not graduate because of his RS grade. And he was not the only victim. I got a few other equally smart block mates who shared the same fate. O.K. Enough. Past is past. Haha!
I recall our room’s window was facing the review school. We usually leave it open because it gets warm in the afternoon. One time, after the girls and I had just awaken from a nap, Cate stood up and I noticed that her robe was opened and her chest was exposed. We all panicked because some guys were looking through our window. I can’t forget the horror on Cate’s face. That was so funny! Speaking of horror, we also had one story inside our room. While all the four of us were in bed and about to sleep, we suddenly heard someone turn on the faucet. It cannot be anyone of us! We were so sure of that! I can imagine how Lynette must have felt then as she was the nearest one to the faucet.
There are certainly a lot of moments worth reminiscing from college days. And I will always smile as I look back on that season in my life. :)
This is a collaboration of Dee and myself. Go check out her blog for more funny recollections!