I love the look on my working friends' faces when I tell them I have nothing much to do this summer. I'm going home after my brother's oath-taking, so I'll be spending half the time in Manila and half in Koronadal.
I do want to make the best of this break, arguably the last summer when I can still opt to bum around. My classmates have the same goal. Some have gone to beaches, to vacation houses, and even to different continents. After all, next school year we will begin our rotations as space-occupying lesions in the Philippine General Hospital, and the schedule will extend up to the summer vacation.
I want to read as much books as I can, from different categories: Christian literature, Filipino literature, fiction and non-fiction works, both classic and contemporary. Towards the end of the break, I may just embark on reviewing pharmacology to prepare for the sem ahead. I want to visit friends, help out in the church, and go to places I haven't been to in a while—like the beach.
What are your plans?
Hi Kuya Lance!ReplyDelete
Nice blog. I always enjoy reading your entries. Wishing you the best for your vacation. :-)
Hi, Dennis! Thank you, I hope you get something from them. Kinukuwento ka sa akin ni JC. :DReplyDelete
Nakukwento na pala ako ni JC sa inyo. hehe.ReplyDelete
Yes, I always do get something from them. Looking forward for more of your blog posts, and for meeting you, soon.
Happy vacation. :-)
Wow! You have a lot of plans, Lance! I've always admired your ability to read a lot and write about your reading mats. Haven't had the time to do that for my blog, and my backlog's the main reason I go easy on my reading now.ReplyDelete
Enjoy your summer! At least you have that long recess called a vacation to still enjoy! :)
Anjo, I know, right?! Sinusulit talaga ang bakasyon. As regards the reading: during schooldays, I'd feel so deprived of books that I tend to binge (if you can call it that) during the summer break.ReplyDelete
You enjoy the break, too! And you can conquer your backlog: slowly and surely. I need to tell that to myself, too.