I guess I bring stress upon myself. I am, yet again, stressing myself over minor details when I could've easily chosen to just let everything be. Take my midterm exam in Marksam for example. (Was that a tongue twister or what? Hahaha) Our class is grouped into 7 and each group must successfully sell a product to our professor. If he buys it on the actual product presentation, lucky group. If he doesn't, then the group has to think of other ways to close a sale with him. He has to buy the product in order to pass. All or nothing. Easy rules. But the procedure is like going through the eye of a needle. Over the weekend, I was with my groupmates in Taft and in The Fort to shoot scenes for our video which will be part of the entire presentation.
White Blazer: G200| White Top: from Bangkok| Belt: SM Dept. Store| Shorts: Bench| Shoes: Steve Madden| Watch: iPod Nano 6th Gen
My college superbuddy Hannah and I were in The Fort last sunday to interview and get some insights from the management in The Spa since its services and products were what we've decided to sell our prof. I don't know why but Hannah and I seem to love taking the more tedious, time-consuming, and more stressful path. We could've gotten information from The Spa's website and just download videos from YouTube but we did the harder way. Our other groupmates didn't want to work over the weekend and the two of us insisted that we do. So in the end, the others weren't stressed out and the two of us looked as though we need the spa package more than our professor could've find use in it. What's up with us, Hannah? Haha!
Sisterhood is complete! Hello Lina from the phone :)
Don't be fooled with the pictures. We worked that day more than we enjoyed ourselves.
With Hannah's sister, Alyssa, who acted as our videographer/photographer. Thank you, tall baby sister! I was tiptoeing in this picture cause I didn't want to look like the dwarf that I am. Hahaha
Thanks to the Dar Juans for the photos