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.