For those of you who may have not been informed, I was in Tacloban for the entire week for the second week of August. (We have internet connection there but I was too lazy to update my blog so yeah. HAHA)
Anyways, before my scheduled flight for Cebu last week, during in our English class, we had our mini contest as to which group wins our instructor's 100 pesos bill by impressing him with the given title, HOW TO SPEND YOUR 100 PESOS WONDERFULLY--- something like that. I forgot the initial title as I was too eager to make my own line of version of the said topic. (Yes, please sue me but anything regards to writing, I am definitely up for it.)
I love writing and I think I'm improving each year in terms of constructing sentences, grammar and right sentencing but not expecting to be the best of the best. I have, however, a lot to learn from famous writers like my role models: Stephanie Perkins, Stephie Davis, John Green (Gosh, if I want to be like him, I really have to work on my Shakespearean side. I swear.) Peter van houten (Yes, he is fictional in the famous sick love story, TFIOS, but I admire this fictional writer. Way to go, Mr. Green) I strive for improvement and challenges day by day, if I ever dream of becoming in the league of these beautiful and talented writers. Just the mere thought of being in the same sentence with them is like... overwhelming. How I wish. Sighs.
Without further ado, I am posting right now for the main purpose that I just received the news that me and my partner, Ms. Precy Lampago won the contest in our English class last week. Hooray! I was definitely not expecting anything since we went on with a different approach than the original plan. The title says how to SPEND; we never did any spending. Well, we did, but only P10 pesos.
How is that even possible, you ask? Curiosity kills the cat. Unfortunately, I do not have the copy of what we have written but I can assure you, it's definitely one funny article. We sort of made it like a guideline101 or how to spend your P100 in style for dummies, that sort of thing. Hihi.
Nevertheless, thank you Lord! You gave me such an imaginative mind; I will, therefore, savor this and polish it more. It will and always will be my dream to become a famous writer. (In God's time.)
Father, I bring back all the glory and praise to you. Thank you, once again.