Last Thursday, we attended the graduation ceremonies of my aunt’s primary school and as special awards were being handed to kids, I realized I will never get the following ribbons in this lifetime:
- Most attentive – My attention span measures to that of the interest a monoblock chair has for a rock.
- Most cheerful – My friend thinks I am highly bipolar.
- Most patient – Now this is just a joke. *rolls eyes*
I cannot remember how many graduation speeches I have written, to be used by someone else. But if there is any advice I can give to those taking the plunge, well, let’s see…
The road less traveled is so for a reason and that reason is not always pretty, logical, or kind to your body and spirit. But if you want your life to be as fruitful and likeable as you want it to be, JUST WING IT no matter how odd it may seem. A little craziness is always appreciated in this life.
I mean, look at me. I put down a career in writing in uni for nursing, only God knows why, but guess who is having the last laugh now?
Happy graduation to Batch 2011, specially to Kulot, the future Dr. Fajardo, and to my Man, who is doing it for the second time. So proud of everyone! 😀