For three consecutive meetings on two different subjects our teacher’s been dismissing us 30 minutes earlier. Yeah… I think it’s actually good, or else we’ll all fall asleep by the end of the subject. :sweat:
Life is just like a Tennis ball. It jumps up, and it jumps down. I still tend to play Badminton and Tennis alternately and the mood I’m ending up with also alternates. Satisfied, frustrated, satisfied, blah. In Tennis I’m getting more and more insecure each day. 😥 The Biology freshman student I was referring to in Sports-Minded proves her Palarong Pambansa (national competition level) skills. In Badminton it’s a different matter though. I’ve been playing with my classmate John Paul and most of the time we just have fun in between our matches. :laugh: Last Tuesday we played against that research assistant from the BioSci Division and the teacher whom I’ve heard have played in the nationals before. We lost but going on as far as having a deciding set/game and a close score was satisfying enough. Tonight it was a match against JM and Duan — three matches which acted like three sets. 😎 Then it was against Sir Faina and that girl from the Clovers. All the games were friendly tonight, and it was not as exhausting as the last ones.
On my way home I met my classmates Mary Glo and Schiren. Glo was asking me if she could borrow my Biology 20 notes (since she’s taking it up this semester) while Schiren told me that I looked more haggard than ever. I brushed my hair aback with my right hand and…
Me: Excuse me.
* ROFLOL3 *
Glo: Nelson, nawindang ako! (I was blown away!) 😆
And oh, our teacher in Literature 2 (World Lit) is apparently cool. Rock ON!