as usual it was raining. i went to school to have meeting with the SC's Executive Secretary and her Operations chairperson.
I dragged myself to go there because it was really raining and it was cold.
Since i'm the ever "i-can't-let-you-down" girl, i still pushed for the plan. How lucky was I to be still able to get the front passenger seat even if it was freezing cold.
i had a ride with these bunch of nursing students and they were talking about their lives and other peoples lives. It's really amazing when you're with a company of friends...you totally forget the existence of the world outside your circle.
they were really talking loud because there were five of them and three had to sit in the middle and the other two at the back.
Their chat was a usual girl chat. BOYS and the lives of the PRETTY MEAN GIRLS who get the hot guys!
They said that they didn't like that their duty had to be in Lawton. They said it was far. We were in Baclaran when one of the girls said, "bakit parang ang layo naman ng nilalakbay natin?" it was loud enough for me to hear. i swear. :)
I said to myself, not loudly of course, "hindi naman malayo ah.". But maybe just because i got used to it.
Later on we were already in Vito Cruz and I am just about to get off the FX when one of the girls said.."Ay, malapit na yata tayo...alam ko na to.. alam ko na to.."
No hija, malayo ka pa!! sa ulan na yan at sa traffic. MALAYO ka pa.
so once i was off the vehicle i murmured to myself..
ALAM MO NGA KUNG SAAN KA PUPUNTA PERO ANG MAHIRAP DUN, HINDI MO ALAM KUNG PAANO KA MAKAKARATING DUN.....AT HINDI MO ALAM KUNG KAILAN.
*you know where you're going but the hard thing is, you don't know how to get there....and you don't know when (you will get there.)*
so that was the lesson i have learned this day. crappy but useful somehow.
i kind of relate to it.