Oh, yeah. So, like, I've been away for more than a month already and still, this poor, neglected blog (which was supposed to be a part of my daily life) is alive and gaining followers and views! (Just had to get that fact out of my system!) Not that those two are important enough to keep me going - but knowing that there ARE real people visiting my blog is sooooo freakin' cool. :)

And there I was getting ahead of myself again. Tsk, tsk.

Ayt. So, what happened to me since I last posted on this blog? TOO MANY TO MENTION.

Here are the activities that happened during my sudden hiatus:

  1. Projects for Filipino class, which actually occupied most of January.
  2. Submission of all our projects and activities for Basic Sketching class (also occupied January).
  3. Pre-Final Exams (during Valentine's! O.o)
  4. Valentine's Day (LOL, as if I didn't get the chance to blog)
  5. Preparation for our Immersion
  6. The Immersion proper
  7. More projects for Filipino and other subjects.

Well, since I was able to mention MOST of my "busy-knots" Let's cross out the "too many to mention" part.

Anyway, back to earth.

You guys might notice that I'm still not myself today, and I doubt I'll be back in just a matter of days. You see, the whole Immersion experience was totally uncalled for. I meant that in a good way.
For those who have no idea what an "Immersion" is, it's a college requirement that lets freshmen go to a "poor" community for a few days (in our case, three) and try to experience another person - family's - life. In short, the outcome of the immersion is for students to be able to realize how lucky they are in life by putting on someone else's shoes. Metaphorically speaking, of course.
The Immersion helped open my eyes to a lot of things, and so, I'm going to be writing about it on a different blog post. :)

Gah. I still can't believe how I was able to neglect my blog for MORE THAN A MONTH! :( I really have poor discipline.

So why make "Public Hair" this post's title?

In our Psychology class this evening, one of our classmates reported a little bit on adolescence and some changes (mostly physical) that occur during this stage. She actually read pubic hair as "public hair", which prompted an uproar from the whole class. And that's it.

Oh, and by the way...


There. Happy as a kitty.

Tomorrow is our Alternative Class Program (ACP). I actually signed up for the class "Defining Creativity", but I was surprised to find that subject dissolved from the list of offerings. Being the typical expert blogger wannabe I am, I signed up for Blogging class. :) Tomorrow's going to be fun. ;)

And to make up for my absence, I drew this:

It's not much, but I can say it's a bit of a success, since I drew this before studying for the Pre-Final exams. :) Come to think of it, I should draw more for practice. (How genius can I get? XD)