Surprisingly Relaxed

Posted on September 28, 2007 at 12:40 Down the Drain

I slept at 3AM (plainly furnishing WordPress instead of academic stuff) and got off the bed at 8:15. Class is at 8:30. I emerged from the bathroom a minute before 8:30 and finally left the dorm in less than 15 minutes. I saw Mary Glo outside our classroom and we went inside together. Good enough, our class hasn’t started yet. Sir Cabunducan continued the discussion on AVL Trees and then proceeded to Multi-Way Search Trees. I don’t know if I’ll be able to absorb and remember all these things. Exam’s on Tuesday. Anyway, for the first time (as far as I’m concerned) I asked a question. It was on how the tree is traversed in the case where a node has 4 children. Sir then had to pause his lecture and asked for our help to post the posters of the animations made by the 4th year. Said that there’ll be visitors today.

In SocSci26 the ‘Economic Group’ carried on with their report. That guy *forgot his name* who always recites in class seemed to plan to do all the reporting on his own. Sir cut him by saying that history stuffs would be boring to those Chemistry and Computer Science majors (referring to us since these two courses are populous in the class). Today’s discussion was pretty neat in a sense that I was able to keep focus and listened to all what Sir blabbed. Too bad I could no longer seem to remember a single thing of what we tackled. Sir Pepito Fernandez really knows a lot.

I haven’t been playing games in my computer lately. Basically because there’s nothing new. But then, somehow I miss playing one. Or perhaps I should try other things instead. For instance, San Diego entertainment. I wonder how it would feel like.

1 Comment

  1. netch
    October 7, 2008 at 10:50

    Hi nelson. I’m just curious about Mr. Cabunducan. Can you please spare me ur time to send any link about him (maybe friendster or multiply will do)? I’m presently working from an IT company and I just want to know a bit of his background. And may be he’s also one of our distant relative.

    Hope you could help me on this.

    Thank you and good luck with your studies.


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