Seeing your high school classmate on TV

@beeh13u (1040)
Philippines
October 27, 2010 1:42am CST
I don't know where to post this but I posted it here anyway because it is kinda related. As I was watching the local news this morning, I was surprised to see an old high school classmate of mine. She was interviewed about the chaotic election that happened here in our country. She is a junior reporter as captioned in the news. It frustrated me a bit because she has a job now, and I am still at home, hoping someone will dial my number from the application letter I submitted. Maybe someday, I'll get to see other old friends on TV. We may never know some will end up being celebrities or politicians.
2 responses
@hushi22 (4940)
27 Oct 10
oh, yes. i also have my former classmate and she is a local newscaster. dont lose hope pal. someday you will have your break
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@beeh13u (1040)
• Philippines
28 Oct 10
Yeah, it's not my time to shine, but I know I'll have the opportunity. I'm sad because yesterday we were all just in high school then tomorrow, they suddenly changed and I am left behind. i know I have a better path in life and all I need is patience. I'll stop myself from being insecure.
@uniqueorn (1011)
• Philippines
27 Oct 10
I can relate to this. I do have a schoolmate, years ahead of me, an acquaintance actually, who is already making waves in the local broadcasting. I have a friend also who has been published in a newspaper for a successful convention held for all tourism students in our province. He is the president of the organization hosting the event. Also, two prominent schoolmates, one an acquaintance and the other a friend, who are making names in the television. The first just won 1st princess in the recently concluded Starstruck V and the other eventually won 2nd runner up ending her journey in Mutya ng Pilipinas 2010. What amazes me most is that she will be sent to Greece to join the Top Model of the World competition. :) I am still waiting for my time though.
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@beeh13u (1040)
• Philippines
28 Oct 10
Yeah. But I have a wonderful career. They were just seen in the television first. Soon, I'll be there, rallying on the streets. Just joking! I'll be a successful nurse someday. But fame here in the country is nothing. I'll earn lots of money and I'll travel the world and be happy. I don't need to be televised in order to be happy. I just got jealous and insecure because I am still unemployed. :D