BEFORE YOU SCROLL.
THIS IS A PERSONAL ISSUE.
I am letting my stubborn side type this. ———————————>>>>
This is what I tweeted tonight:
Just got home from San mateo municipal College.. Whoooaaah. The School give me the hot chills down my hair. What kind of Municipal College!
Such a terrible experience for me to enroll here. I would not brag about this on WordPress if I hung on. But this is tremendous experience.
The first time I came here, construction was on-going. And this fact brought sickness to my frail being. I want to blame myself for the whole thing. I know that I bring what comes into me.
Ako ang may kasalanan kung bakit ako nagkakasakit, nahihirapan sa bawat pagkikita ng mga kaibigan ko sa paaralan, na-pe-pressure para makasabay parin sa Dean’s List — ayoko masayang lahat ng ito.
I feel alive when I see them everyday:
Ginagawa ko ang binubulong ng puso ko. Katulad ng pagiging palakaibigan, extra-bait para makalikom ng merits mula sa mga professors, etc. etc.
At sakit man aminin, mahirap talaga makalimutan ang bawat pangyayari sa paaralang ito.
Una makulit ako.
Pangalawa, kinukulit ako.
Pangatlo, kulitan na lang.
Pang-apat, teka-teka everything’s like a middle-school or high-school..
Pang-huli — Itigil ko muna.
Ito ang naramdaman ko mula sa konte sa kanila.
Masyado akong naging mabait. Medyo creepy pero mabait talaga ako noong Hunyo hanggang Oktubre 2013. Para sa akin, tama na ang pagiging matulungin, ngunit naging mabait pa ako.
Sa araw-araw na binigay ng Diyos; ang sabi ni Sir Constantino: “Gawin mo ang pinakamagandang bagay ngayong araw, at baka bukas…” Titigil siya sa parte nayan. “…di mo na magawa.” Buong BSEd II na ang kukumpleto. Whose line is it, anyhow?
You know Prof. Marian Tayamora? She was our Philippine Literature professor and I was gravely moved by the last item she put into the Finals Exam test paper.
“What Was The Worst Experience you had in Phi. Lit. class?”
I like her radicalism, yet it presses me so ******* hard to the marrows. How can I critically think if I am worried about her radicalness. Sometimes, each student recites and she plugs her FB account and also shares her thoughts on becoming a teacher.
I am a future teacher. This blog is my weakness. My auntie knows the Journalist’s Creed and I should know that too. And I wanted to quote this one:
The Hon. Sam Ervin eloquently sums up for us the vital importance of legitimate journalism in his introduction to the (1973) Georgetown Law Journal’s Media and the First Amendment in a Free Society:
“It is no exaggeration to say that the first amendment contains the most important elements of individual freedom; the liberties of speech and press are the basis on which other freedoms stand.
“The framers of the Bill of Rights believed, in the first place, that a free flow of information and ideas was the best of all protections against the worst form of tyranny, that of the mind…
“To say that great freedom is conferred upon the press and broadcast media is to imply that great responsibility is likewise conferred. In order to understand that responsibility, one must return to the two main purposes of the first amendment–the creation of free thought and the stimulation of public discussion.
“The heritage of a free society, then, requires of the publisher and broadcaster that they disseminate such information as will enable recipients to arrive at the truth and as will assist them in making decisions on issues confronting the country. The information must be accurate; it must be presented objectively and interpreted fairly; and it must, if an expression of editorial opinion, be answerable.”
So whatever appears in this blog, is a virgin truth — LOL — I reveal at my own expense. It’s about egotistical me, well-ventilated SMMC, and school friends all-so-lovely.
I accepted friend requests and I tried to keep in touch, yet I don’t want to bother them anymore. This is a situation, like too cinnamon and curry: 2 spices I really don’t like.
Good evening to my friends. I always count you as blessings. XOXO x2 !
Na-miss ko ‘to. Sayang wala kami ni Jelyn, Kristel, Clauds, Jomer, sino pa ba?
Jelyn and I
A Team. (P.E. 2012)