I already wrote about my Ateneo experience here, so I won’t be writing about the mushy and emotional stuff anymore. Photo-heavy post now!
March 22, 2013
Baccalaureate Mass and Commencement Address by Cardinal Tagle
Of course we had to take a picture with our Th131 prof (all in one class and one group! Except for Miggi :P) and our dear ACGC moderator, Fr. Dacanay, SJ.
From trainees on our first year in college to seniors (who have been all officers!) in ACGC. I love you all 🙂
Yay for ACGC perks! Since we sang during the mass, we had breakfast with the professors and other groups who were part of the choir at the Jesuit Residences. Little did we know Cardinal Tagle was there too!
Proud of you for reaching the finish line with us! HAHA
Thankful to have gotten the time opportunity to get to know this girl in college. Thanks for being my blockmate bud!
Despite having a crazy hard time in Cleofas’ class, I’m glad I got to know you better during our last sem. But I won’t miss you at all because I guess I’ll still be seeing you! 😉
Oh Block G, look at how much we’ve grown 🙂
My dad, Ica and Gaby (all La Sallians!) attended my graduation, while my mom and Belle attended Fonso’s.
Happy that my dad can finally brag he has an Atenean graduate hihi I love you Papa! 🙂
My pretty sisters, Ica and Gaby. I love how Ica whispered to me, “Ate, now I understand why you love Ateneo.” I can’t wait to attend both of your graduations!
Liz and I graduated first from the ACGC seniors! Hi Nathan and Gorby 😛
Fonso and I had our grad dinner at Sentro 1771 at Serendra.
With my siblings! I swear, we’re all growing up so fast :’) (L-R, T-B: Fonso, Ica, Gaby, me, Rafy, Belle, Lance)
The first Atenean graduate and the last Manresan graduate with Mom and Dad
With Mommy and Daddy. They even surprised me with the flowers! :”)
Tito Garry, Tita Charley and Baby Sam were there too to celebrate with us!
Proud of you little brother! I just know you’ll do wonders in college.
And that’s another chapter of my life over and done with. I can’t wait to fill in the rest 🙂