"You’ve gotta dance like there’s nobody watching,
Love like you’ll never be hurt,
Sing like there’s nobody listening,
And live like it’s heaven on earth.
― William W. Purkey"


          English I is not just an easy subject for me but my dearest professor, Mr. Lyndon John S. de Leon made it as easy as he can.

          The first time I saw him, the first thing that came in my mind is that he is serious and strict as well but, that first impression has been removed when he started to share stories and tell jokes that made us laugh. One of the stories he told that I can never forget is the one that he ate burger at Jollibee. That story makes me happy the whole day and everytime I went to Jollibee I can still remember what just happened to him after eating that DAMN burger

         I experienced a lot on this subject. I just can’t forget the time when my classmates do the Gwiyomi in front of the admin building. We didn’t expect that our dear professor will ask us to do that as punishment after losing the game. Sir Lyndon is as great as Alexander! XD Joke. In fact, he has a great sense of humour that made the class so alive everytime he enters the room.

          He is really good at teaching, he can explain well so that the class understands everything. There’s one thing I hate the most, it’s the time when his eyes turned to me. I will definitely feel like I’m melting. I’m so nervous everytime he asks questions that we need to answer back. But despite of that, i still like the way he teach us. I promised, you will never be get bored when Sir Lyndon comes in.

           Even though I need to wake up very early every Tuesdays and Thursdays, it’s really worth it because I will meet the teacher that can make us really happy not just by the time of English I but also the whole day.


Dearest Junela Marie,

              How are you? Are you doing good? I hope you already finished your studies. I’m also hoping that you passed the licensure examination for medical technologist, and you’re now taking up your doctorate degree.

              I just wanna say congratulations for another job well done, your hard work seems to be worth it. All your sacrifices turned to a good thing that will make you very successful. I also want to inform you that your family and your relatives are so proud of the achievement you’ve made.

             I’m expecting that you already found your happiness in life. I mean people that will love and accept you for who you are. I remember when you’re just in college, you met crazy people that made your college life truly memorable. Now that you are already on the new chapter of your life, I’m hoping that you’ve also found people such as them.

            Before I end up this letter, I want to tell you this. "Just enjoy and live your life to the fullest and don’t forget to smile."


You have finally given me a reason to smile.


My girl!