Melancholy mode again. I’m at the office and I’ve just finished a cup of ginger tea (sosyal — yon pala salabat lang ‘to) because my voice has been terribly abused, having experienced the usual mixture of fatigue, overly high-pitched songs, sigaw sessions, teaching sessions, and daldalan moments. Not to mention pasaway moments when I would not only abuse my voice with more daldalan moments but I would hinder the restoration process by taking in large doses of ice cream, cake, and softdrinks.
Pasaway talaga. Anyway, enough about my voice. Let me go to the lessons that I have learned from the past week.
Lesson 1: The Library Contains Many Hidden Treasures
Lesson 2: When You Come to the Point Where You’ve Lost Sight of Things – Go Back to Your First Love
Lesson 3: If You Want to Officially Propose to Someone – Do it in During the Sunday Service
Hehe. ‘Nuff said as well.
Lesson 4: The Lessons that Your Students Teach You are Some of the Most Valuable Lessons that You Can Learn
I have learned a lot from a semester of teaching CMSC124 and CMSC21. And I am open to learning more.
And about SOC1… I think I’m really going to enjoy this class. I’m happy how God is moving in the hearts of these “kids” and I’m happy that they’re getting a lot of things from the Lord and even from me — because I’m getting a lot of things from them. Hehe. Drama.
Lesson 5: God Can Move Through Any Person Who is Simply Willing to be Used by Him
Lesson 6: Fatigue, Singing Rising, And Eating IceCream is Not Advisable for those People Who Wish to Preserve their Voice
Need I say more?
Lesson 7: God’s Children Are Indeed Called to Shine Like Stars in The Universe
Lesson 8: Eating Cake, Ice Cream and Ice Cream Floats Won’t Help People Who Have Lost Their Voice
Pasaway talaga ako.
Lesson 9: I Still Have to Tame my Choleric Side
Lesson 10: Little Acts Mean A Lot to People
Love you Cristina Joy. (^___^)
Anyway, the bonding moment that we had with Cristina Joy during her birthday encouraged me a lot and made me appreciate my batchmates a whole lot more. Because of that, stay tuned for my next blog entry — “Moments with my Batchmates” where I’ll be writing down memorable moments that I had with each of my batchmates. Hehe. Drama lang.
Anyway, these are the lessons that I have learned from the past week. Great. Amen. I am excited for more. Amen Lord.
You are so amazing.
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Memorable Moments with Your Batchmates?
Don’t forget to cite those tambay moments when we were still in Men’s Dorm…if you were there.
Patawa ka talaga Adrian.
Sige. We’ll see.
sana meron lang.
Okay nga yung medyo may bits of bitterness pa. Hehe.
Pero, I didn’t realize na wala ka pala nung mga panahong iyon. Like, may SOD Men’s Dorm-Based (SOD-MDB) pa tayo nun, right?
(Si Jona, bitter ngayon. Di raw siya nakasama kagabi dun sa granny-moments natin. Wahaha. Kawawa naman.)
Ate Mari oh. . . Ansaya po palang magtreasure hunt. First time ko po iyon. Thanks po ng madami! ^_^
Yah, may SOD-MDB pero di ako nakakasama pag bonding moments niyo na. Niyo. Niyo. Bitter???? hehe
Joke lang. Malay ko ba.
Basta. Abangan ang post ko!
Hehe. Till the next treasure hunt!!!