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School's finished. The whole world is now open for me to explore, even if I couldn't physically indulge too much in the complexities of said world. I have received my diploma and nursing pin-- subtle keys for my ascent to the endless possibilities that life may throw at me.
It's fun to think about this very important leap in my life, though it's really hard to accept that there'd be no more allowances, extra money for projects or paper-works. I remember the days when moolah was constantly streaming, like a game developer's penchant for fan-service. Oh, those were the days. Now, it's mostly life at home, in front of the TV, watching a rerun of a rerun, or a near-forgotten DVD that's stacked along with other snubbed films.
It's time to catch up to entertainment. I have to take a chunk of my life and offer it into the altar of the things that I really love to do, such as playing electronic games. Oh, how I missed the touch of a controller, or the sound of keyboard buttons being hacked at in an RTS game. Schoolbooks, I would love to replace you now with the ever-enticing glow of PC monitors and TV screens.
It's going to be four whole months before I start reviewing for my professional license. I think I deserve such a rest.
GameSpot, thank you for the JokerTOTS emblem, and the funny videos that made my face muscles hurt because of laughter; games, thank you for existing.
Oh, and guys? Please extend your support and prayers to those who are in desperate need of such.
As it turned out, I wasn't able to do the follow up of my previous blog, which I planned to do yesterday. I played a lot of L4D2 multiplayer, 3v3 because there were only 6 of us. My team won two games out of two. Levels explored were Hard Rain and Dark Carnival. That was some fun gaming!
Exams're finished. I'm stuck in the world of static. It's all repetitive now. That's what to expect from the early days of post-college. I think.
Well, I'm planning to finish Battlefield: Bad Company 2's campaign on PC, so with me luck!
What's life without completing a desired course in college?
This is a very tricky question that faces a lot of people now. As I entered the gates of my school this morning to begin the first day of my final exams ever as a college student, I thought of this particular question. It's fitting to say that I've woven an honest-to-goodness way to completing my course, but there are also people who neglect education. Admit it, this is true.
I'm blessed to have gone so far and reached the end of this part of my journey. Tomorrow, the last day of exams will occur. I promised myself that I will scream "IT IS FINISHED!" after the last subject's test questionnaire hits the teacher's dest. I will. 'Cause my four years in college was a battlefield in itself.
I will document my last day of exams tomorrow.
To all fellow graduates, I congratulate you for a job well done! You're nearing the end of this phase, and gearing up for a new one. It's like leveling up!
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