Oh yeaaah! March 26, 2013 was one of the most memorable moments in my life. Not only have I introduced Raffy to all my family members, but that was also the time that I marched up the stage to get the very precious thing that I’ve been working so hard for four long and tedious years — my college diploma. Yeah! Isn’t that so exciting? :))
Finally! After 4 years of sacrifices, hardships and challenges, my journey of being a student nurse has finally come to an end. Now I’m about to enter a new stage in my life where bigger opportunities, greater expectations and much more extraordinary tasks are expected of me to surpass. I’m about to face the real world — the world where I’m no longer a student, and no clinical instructor would be there to supervise me when I’m in a dilemma or in a difficult situation — the world of becoming a Registered Nurse.
I’m super thankful for all the persons who have never failed to love, encourage and support me in one way or another; generous and kind-hearted people who have been there all through out during the 4 long years of my journey as a student nurse; persons whom I consider as my source of strength, hope, courage, and inspiration —- my family, friends, loved one and most especially to my very best friend, adviser, listener and source of light, wisdom and sense of direction—- God. :)
I’m now a step closer in achieving my dream, that is, adding two letters in my name that would truly change my life— becoming an R.N. As I’m about to face another chapter in my life, I pray that God would continue to bless me and give me strength. I know that my future success of becoming a registered nurse would be possible when I combine 100% hardwork/diligence plus another 100% faith in God. I dream that someday, I can bring an unforgettable legacy in my family and I can finally achieve my aspirations as well as my family’s dreams for me. I continue to keep my family as my inspiration, and I offer all of my sacrifices and hardships to all of them. I believe that someday, I would be able to pay back all of their sacrifices for me too, and I can also give them the luxuries in life that they truly deserve. :)
Clarisse Diane Pasquin, S.N. signing off…
Clarisse Diane Pasquin, R.N. (soon-to be)
#Blessed and Happy
February 23, 2013 — My last prom ever!
The juniors invited us, seniors to attend the Junior-Senior Prom at Hotel del Rio with the theme “Awards Night” and “Dress to Impress”. I wasn’t prepared since I had a hectic schedule days and weeks prior to the said event. We had a hard time preparing for our seminar since we were the very last group to sponsor. Much was expected from us, so we worked hard and stayed up late.
I had second thoughts of whether to attend in the prom or not, nevertheless, I decided to go since this will be my very last JS prom—-ever.
I was able to find a cocktail dress a day before our prom, and I was lucky enough to have it. I also had a referral for my hair and make-up artist from my last year’s make-up artist, Nang Ariane. He/She referred me to Tita Dindin, his uncle, and I was able to set an appointment with him/her (hehehe).
This was how I looked after my make-up was done:
Here is a picture of me with Tita Dindin:
Tadaaaa…. This is me! I finally achieved the “Margaux” hairstyle! hahaha. :))
How do I look? :)
Last sunday is the schedule of the graduation picture photoshoot at Blackbox studios for the College of Nursing 4th year students. We were required to wear “Sunday’s Best”, so a dress and a pair of heels will do. I was not satisfied with how they do their make-up, so i did my own. The photoshoot went well, but I’m not 100% satisfied with my shots. I’m keeping my fingers crossed that the photos will look good. :’(
Here are some of the shots I did with my own camera (outside the studio)..
How do i look? :)
I am a novice when it comes to make-up. I love to experiment in applying eyeshadow and eyeliner, but sometimes, the outcome turns outto be “ok lang”. (Haha.) I’ve been following and reading fashion blogs lately, especially from Kryz Uy, Laureen Uy and Tricia Gosingtian, and I just can’t help but fall in love with how they look and dress. Because I’m kinda inspired right now by a tutorial video by Michelle Phan as seen on Youtube, I tried to do the smokey eye…. Tadaaaa, here’s some of my photos:
The photos were taken via web cam, so the photos were not super duper clear (low-definition).
Smokey eyes. O.o
December 23, 2012.
After the sunday service at Victory Iloilo, we headed towards SM city, bought some food, went to Plazuela de Iloilo (where we took some photos), and then walked our way towards Iloilo Esplanade. We were amazed to see a lot of people dancing in the Taebo session, and I couldn’t help but to dance too! Haha. We again took photos and rested on the benches there. The night was so calm and peaceful, and many lovers were out there, dating in public (hahaha). I couldn’t help myself from laughing as I saw my mother and younger brother’s reactions upon seeing couples having PDA’s out there. Haha. Nevertheless, we had fun. :)
when vanity strikes. haha.
i am beautiful, no matter what they say, words won’t bring me down. haha. :)
i like the feeling when we argue with each other on the street then he suddenly says..
“love you” with matching pa-cute.
i like the feeling when other pretty girls pass by us then my insecurities would take over and he would suddenly say,
“Mas gwapa ka da sa iya.”
After 7 long years of enjoying teenage life, the day that I will no longer be considered as a “teenager” finally came. All the teenage stuffs, immaturity and childishness has come to an end as I enter the new stage in my life — the young adulthood stage.
Today is the day that my mother gave me life—-the day that gave me a chance to grow and develop as a unique individual. I may have made mistakes in the past 19 years of my life, but I’m glad and thankful that it all happened since those mistakes molded me to become much better now. As I turn 20 now, I made a pact to myself that I MUST and SHOULD learn to act more maturely and responsibly. As they say, “Act your age”. Although I admit that I’m still in the “child-like” stage, I want to change myself for the better. I thank God for adding another year in my life. I may not have all the things that I want or desire, but having Him in my life makes it all worth it. :)
As a reward for my special day, I made a goal to finish my pre-enrollment this second semester and treat myself afterwards. Luckily, I had the chance to spend time having lunch with him (insert bf’s name here). Our moment together turned out to be wonderful as expected. Having him on my special day makes my day much more special. :)
Happy Birthday To Me! :)))
(wacky pose. haha)
habang tinetext si migo. :DD