Now a Senior

Posted on June 3, 2008 at 16:09 Down the Drain

So this is it. This is where the end, which I occasionally despise, is about to start.

The enrollment yesterday went smooth. It was as if during my first year, where I was the second to finish the whole process (after being kindly guided by a female classmate). I think I’m not really the actual second this time though, but the feeling’s all the same. I started the day by getting up around 10 minutes past the hour of 7 and going to school 50 minutes later, breakfast-less. Grabbing the copy of grades at our department and having my Temporary Form 5 signed by Ninong (that’s what I call one of our teachers who’s now also the department head 😆 ) didn’t take 2 minutes or so. Without the said form signed, one cannot even pass the first station. A big thanks to my classmate whom I hitched the printing of mine! While waiting for the actual forms to be printed, I talked to the parent of one of my high school schoolmates who are incoming freshmen. We’re just neighbors back home, but our families never got a chance to be acquainted with each other. When I introduced two of my classmates who’re from Aklan to her, I was fascinated to know that she used to live there and hearing here speak their dialect was another fascinating thing! Finally, our teacher came out of the “printing room” and called us to get our forms. The Cash Office was the next stop but I didn’t have money at hand yet so I had my ATM account checked. The next thing was I was already paying the amount of P4,541.50 and had my form stamped. I am a student already.

Unpacking my things at the dorm almost took forever. C’mon, why is it very hard for me all the time? I had, like, 5 boxes stored in the stock room. Of course, I no longer practice pulling all my things out. With all the things I currently have, it’s like I have no plans of going home at all. :faint: Nonetheless, since this is supposed to be my last year, I thought of finally using some things I never or rarely used — my electric fan, mouse pad, Green Apple notebook, and Fuchsia pillow I received during the Christmas Party in the freshman dorm where I used to exist. I hope things will turn out fine in my new room. I still need to accomplish a few more things for the following days, like visiting my guardian and updating all the websites that I own. Summer (and OJT) of 2008 is legitimately over. Memories bookmarked, I will try to backup.


  1. Rozeh
    June 3, 2008 at 17:29

    woah. so you’re moving to a new dorm? 😀

    I wish I can experience living in the dorm


  2. ShiD
    June 5, 2008 at 17:40

    ayan.. senior.. haha.. ienjoy mo nalang rather than thinking about how it will end.. 😀


  3. Christel
    June 6, 2008 at 10:55

    ano naman ang feeling na senior ka na? haha. my brother also lives in a dorm.. or whatever you call it.. a condo unit-like. pahirapan talagang maglipat. XD

    enjoy your last year. ;D


  4. Llyngee
    June 6, 2008 at 20:58

    Senpaaaaaaii!! Hahaha.. new dorm new life. Another chapter of Kuya Nel’s story, ahaks.. Ganbatte!! ^^


  5. Aichee
    June 8, 2008 at 15:06

    i hate enrollments. the lines and stuff. its just gross how we cant enroll online like the students in australia or the us and not have to go through sucky stuff

    wow @ being a senior. dang.


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