What I learned during my first year as a law student: life at law school is not always fun, it is 90% serious stuff. You got to spend most of your time reading law books and Supreme Court decisions. You have the great tendency to leave your social life for a while and live like a hermit, staying most of the time at the law library. Yes, you need to sacrifice; otherwise you won't be able to pass all the subjects. I also learned that surviving law school is not an individual's fight. Cooperation and teamwork with your classmates are veryindispensable.
I'm very thankful to God for granting my prayers. He helped me pass all of the first year subjects!
I'm finally proclaiming myself as an incoming second year law student, which is another year of hard work, dedication and faith. I hope and pray that I can still survive the next following years at law school; for now, I have to enjoy the summer vacation and most of all, SLEEP for at least eight hours a day! During classes, sleeping for more than four hours a night is already a blessing! :)
Weeks ago, me and my classmates went to Rodeo Grill, a restaurant near Ayala Center Cebu Mall to celebrate Joanne's birthday. Rodeo Grill does not only serve grilled dishes; they also serve stews and some Filipino food. What I love about this restaurant is that not only they serve tasty dishes, the dishes are also affordable. The price of their dishes ranges from 150 pesos (around 4 USD) to 300 pesos (around 8 USD).
Here's what I ordered: Rodeo Grill's best-selling SGT. PEPPERS SIZZLER
Special thanks to the birthday girl, Joanne for the lovely treat! :)