Since we have pretty much time to do anything this vacation, Isabelle and I decided to watch Dennis Dugan’s Just Go with It. It was in cinemas a couple of months ago so it’s still considered new.
In case you haven’t seen it yet, and you’re in to Romantic Comedy films then I’m recommending this. Just anything with Adam Sandler in it goes well. Haven’t seen one that went bad, or at least you could tell me.
Anyway, it hasn’t been a week yet since vacation officially started but here I am, in front of my computer,typing, and on the verge of becoming broke. Maybe because of this one fully-jammed yet a really really really FUN Monday I spent with my friends.
So, my friends and I went to Tagaytay to eat lunch at April’s house. But Tagaytay’s like an hour and a half drive from home excluding the traffic and since I am commuting, it made things a little harder. I can’t narrate everything but I left home at 645 in the morning made 3 stop-overs and 2 of em are fast-food you know what happened.
We arrived in our destination at around 10 am. In time for lunch! April, I’m not sure if you’d get to read this but, thank you just for everything. 🙂
To sum it all, the whole day was spent dominantly by chatting (eating just came second). We always have stories to tell and we never ran out of them though we’re always together. I mean seriously for the past 10 months, I look forward to the end of each day just to chat with these people even until past midnight. I look forward to lunch breaks cause I practically know I’d be eating with them. I figured out Mondays aren’t so bad cause aside from the fact that UP doesn’t have classes on Mondays, I also knew that I’d be welcoming another week of hell with a bunch of great people. So, to those who’d be leaving the dorm, it can’t be denied that we’d be spending less time together but we can always see each other. OK, collect all your stories and we’ll still never run out of them to tell. We’ll be reunited some time and just as if there was no time gap between us.