College is an intense battlefield for the mind. You're not only tested mentally but also, physically, emotionally and sometimes even spiritually. There are many ups and downs, trials and tribulations, heartbreak and surprises.
But no matter the challenges she had to face, Vin-zl Vincente (her Facebook user name) was able to surpass everything.
Vicente earned praises when she posted about her college experience as a young mother to her daughter, Vianca Veinz. She gave birth at a young age but was still able to go to finish college.
It was never easy for Vicente.
Just imagine a college student carrying her child to class every day, studying and baby-sitting at the same time. Everyone knows college life is a tough challenge, but she showed perseverance and managed to graduate despite her difficulties.
According to her post, she brought her 2-year-old kid to school after her partner, Victor Aquino, opted to work in order to support Vicente’s studies and the needs of their child.
Vicente recalls a tear-jerking experience when she had to wake her daughter up at 7 AM. Her daughter was crying when she tried to wake her up and her daughter said, "AYOKO NA MOMMY, PAGOD NA AKO."
"parang dinurog puso ko nun.. those words coming from a child..ibig sabihin lang nun totoo na, pero i dont have choice, kaya nga evrytime ayaw mo gumising lagi nlng kita pinupunasan tapos papalitan damit then yun bubuhatin na kitang tulog para pumasok n sa skul wala k ng ligo ligo lagi para lang hndi kita maistorbo sa tulog mo," Vicente wrote on her post.
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Despite all the challenges Vicente faced, she is grateful for her daughter. Vianca always cheers her mommy up and supports her during classes.
"Naiiyak ako pag naiisip ko lahat ng yun..pero swerte ako kasi ako lang ata ang kolehiyalang may bitbit lagi na lucky charm," Vicente wrote.
"Yung sau ko binabanggit lahat ng nirereview ko na sabi mo para akong loka loka hahah, yung every p.e class ko ako lang yung bukod tanging may cheerer "GO MOMMY", haha yung ikaw lagi kong ipang pofront sa mga professors ko kapag may ipapasuyo ako, yung ikaw lagi naming laruan sa skul kapag nabobore, at yung ikaw lagi nagsasabi skin na ang galing galing ko kpag sinasabitan ako ng medalya.na dahil sayo pinilit ko hindi maalis sa deans lister," she added.
It was all worth it. Vicente's story proved that hard work and perseverance pays off.
Netizens, especially young mothers, were inspired by her story. Her post has already garnered 35,000 likes and 7,685 shares as of writing and she received numerous praise from netizens.
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