Panic Time

The title kind of says it all.  I wasn't able to write anything today, and in fact I even had to backtrack on what I wrote yesterday.  This means that I've had a net production of ONE page for the whole LOA period so far. That is... Not good.  At all. So, panic time. Energy … Continue reading Panic Time

Backtracking And Looking Forward

Before I go into what I did today, a little backtracking to what happened this Friday.  Funny, I could have sworn that I made a post for that day, but apparently I didn't, not even a draft.  Hmm. Anyway, despite how we usually started the weekend -- which is to say ready the laundry for … Continue reading Backtracking And Looking Forward

Another Day Of Nothing

It's always hard to make a post on what I do on my weekends, because most of it really is just me sitting around my room doing different variations of laziness.  I will say this though, there's some progress made on the proposal draft, but I'd rather be at DLSU to finish it.  Less distractions. … Continue reading Another Day Of Nothing

Set In My Ways

Spent the rest of the day at the DLSU Learning Commons reading more of The Writer and His Milieu, continuing on with the entries of Dr. Paz Benitez, Dr. A. Rotor, and Prof. Bien Santos.  Sadly, just a lot of reading, but not a whole lot of typing involved. Things went a little gloomy by … Continue reading Set In My Ways

Midweek Crunches

Apparently today was the start of classes, as far as those who did advanced enrollment went.  This led to an awkward moment where I went and got a visitors ID at the DLSU Henry Sy gate... Only to find out that my usual school ID worked now once I got to the Library.   In … Continue reading Midweek Crunches

That Little Hurdle Jumped Over

Turns out that it wasn't that expensive to get a Library Pass.  Rather than the thousand and plus pesos I feared it to be, I only had to pay something like six hundred pesos, and what's more it's effective until August.  Which kind of makes it redundant, as supposedly when classes start my ID should … Continue reading That Little Hurdle Jumped Over

Unexpected Academic Hurdles

As I planned, it was off to DLSU for some academic solitude in preparation for the upcoming term... Only to run into an unexpected snag.  Apparently if one isn't enrolled for summer classes, irregardless of whether or not one is taking up their Master's Degree and, what's more, working on their thesis proposals, one can't use their … Continue reading Unexpected Academic Hurdles