Name: Yves D. Bondoc
Student Number: 2011-28852
Date: June 29, 2011
Yves D, Bondoc, that’s my cute, handsome and simple name. Cute, handsome and simple, these characteristics reflects my personality as a friend and a student of the University of the Philippines. Another description of mine is that of being flexible. Flexible in the sense that, I can easily cope in different environments and adapt to different kinds of people with different kinds of personalities. Having that type of personality made the start of my college life colourful.
It is in the 15th day of October year 1994 when I was born at City of San Fernando, Pampanga. And this year, 2011, marks my 17th birthday. Oftentimes I celebrate my birthday together with my dear friends, classmates and my family.
There are seven of us in our family. My sister and my brother that are both in college; my two younger brothers in high school; my Mom, Maria Fe Bondoc, who works as a sari-sari store vendor for more than 15 years and my Dad, Francisco Bondoc. All of us reside in our house in San Agustin City of San Fernando Pampanga, except for my dad. He was an Overseas Filipino Worker with an expired contract and hasn’t return to our country for 6 years due to the financial needs of our family. It’s no joke to leave your family and to have no father beside you that’s why we’re exerting a lot of effort on not to waste my Dad’s sacrifice by means of spending money wisely and having hardship to excel in school.
As a teenager, I’m fond of playing breath-taking games like basketball, Badminton, Volleyball and running games which requires a lot of energy, stamina, strength, agility and presence of mind in order to win each game or battle. Among those I’ve mentioned, Basketball is my passion for feel fulfilment whenever I drive, pass, and shoot the ball into the ring.
Accomplishments in life are some of the important things to remember and treasure in my whole...
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