Sophie First Sem Chronicles Part 3

As I draw near to the conclusion of this 3-part blog series,  I would just like to thank some of my friends who continue to read my busy, yet boring blog site, especially the first two parts of this post. While most of my friends are busy spending their semestral breaks outside the house, I waste my time in front of the laptop, and compose blogs for my followers. :)

The first 5 months of our sophomore life seemed like a rocky road for all of us. We were faced of our individual fears, and anxieties that usually led us to escapism, or even doubt of passing. Most of the time, some of us felt like transferring to another course, or leaving PLM because of our course’s fate. And the extreme stress due to our 15-units of horror (Chem 113, Chem 111 and Math 113).

But one thing was for sure. Chemists have all the solutions.

Me and my blockmates may have been discouraged, or set back by our troubles, but we have emerged triumphant this semester. There may be times of quarrel, but of course, life is not a bed of roses. There are thorns and we should always prick it out so it can heal faster. And together, we outshone the other blocks, not just because we shout louder than them, but because we rocked. And we loved to rock hard.

And because of that, I am so thankful that I was blessed with 16 great friends. To be honest, it was the first time that I was able to be so close with the whole (if not, almost) class. Like duhh, mang-away pa ako edi kasinungalingan na yung ‘No Man is an Island’ Hahaha.  

If only things turned out the way I hoped it to be, maybe I couldve gone with you all the way to taking Biochemistry with Ms. Labaclado. :)

But this is no adieu. Rather, it would be a start of something new. (And it feels so right, to be here with you, yeaaahhhh. Hahahaha) I know all of you guys can get through the next 5 months, and we will be Chemists in no time!

I think someone's missing here. Ced, Yoni?! =))

Much love guys! :D

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Author: Josh Jimenez

A 24 year old Pharmacy student from Manila, Philippines He enjoys drinking Chamomile Tea, with Clean Bandit Tracks on deck, while reading his books, or jotting up notes for his next blog post.

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