*This post was posted on Thursday, but I wrote it on Wednesday.*
I made the “Oh no” post yesterday to see if my mind was sane, and if I wanted to do something while at school today. I expected myself to do what I told myself to do there. But nooooo!
Lesson learned: So it is true that things don’t go as the way we planned them.
Mom and I got to school at 3pm. I went in the room to tell Miss Kaye about my dream. Well, I shook her hand first because she passed the UP Law Aptitude test, and she’s going to UP for law school yaaay! Then, I told her about the dream (which is to remain a secret). “Exag ka ah” she said. Lol =)) I did not find ANY class shirt in there. So, mom and I proceeded to Miss Peace. She handed the report card to mom, and then I got it from mom. SHAAAAAAAAA I GOT A B+ IN MATH THIS IS SO UNEXPECTED! Then I looked at the rest of my grades. THREE FREAKIN’ A’s! IS THIS SERIOUS?!? Well, my heart kind of fell when I realized that I could have been first honor, but I realized that I’m back on the honor roll (and I think I’ll get year-end honors)! So, I took my card and went to II-10 to check if Miss Alie is talking to someone. She was talking to two parents (mom and dad). They looked serious, so I went back to 11. Mom and Miss were talking about that K+12 program the government wants to implement (I frankly find that stupid). Anyway, so they ended the conversation, and Miss Peace and I hugged each other. Super tight! She’s leaving, so savor the moment! I also hugged and wished Miss Kaye good luck, since she’s going to law school. Mom was shocked.
Lesson learned: NEVER expect a class shirt to be delivered on time.
Next stop: II-10. I was like “Miss Alieeeeeeee!” before entering. She knew what I was talking about: my Math grades. She couldn’t remember my numerical grade, and she didn’t have her records with her. -_- So we talked about my phone, and I told Miss Gaba (my awesome Biology teacher) that I got an A in her subject. I showed her my card and she joined the conversation. She asked me when the PTC will end. I said “3:30”. She said “3:30? Not 4? 3:30? Oh my gosh I’m free!” At that time, everything changed; my view on Miss Gaba changed. So we talked about my summer plans and other stuff. Miss Gaba also gave me chocolate, and it’s not because I’m an honor student once more; it’s because she’s free. =)) Other random stuff, then the bell rang. MAY BELL PALA! Then my teachers were happy and all =)). I accompanied them until we reached the staircase that students are not allowed to use. We wished each other a happy summer, and then I proceeded to look for my mom.
Lesson learned: Science teachers can be weird and unpredictable, too.
PTC Appreciation thingo. I have nothing to do. I saw Sir Teng Alvarez (first year Math and homeroom adviser), and he looked at my card. He was happy, but he asked me if I got into POEM (Programs of excellence in Math. It’s like POEE, only in Math). I said no, and he told me to do better in third year. Mahn I love that guy! So, I spent the next30 minutes sitting near the Bamboo Area, waiting for teachers to disturb. Then, I got bored. I stood up and walked. Then, I saw my friend Den-Den. SHE IS A LIFE SAVER! Then we met Sir Alvarez again. He is such a teacher. He still keeps track of his former students’ Math grades, and still pushes them to do better. I love him so much! I also told Miss Alie about the dream that I told Miss Kaye (since both of them were there). *insert her “OH MY GOSH MAY MULTO DUN?!?” face and her “ANONG SABI MO, ‘TE?!? face and “WAIT DID I HEAR THE RIGHT THINGS?!?” face.* So funny!
Lesson learned: A true teacher is always concerned about his/her students, present or past.
So mom and I had to shop for Boracay again. Uh, I really don’t get why we had to do so. I mean, I’m going to Boracay to have fun, not to have a fashion show. -_- My mother is a fashion slave. But I do enjoy shopping with her! I love it when we share the same opinion on one fashion item, and I love it when we talk about random things and people and we’re being frank about those. I love mom, even if she’s trendy.
Lesson learned: Mom and I are really different, but really alike.
Right now, I am talking to my friends who are both named “Patricia Mae”. They’ve been chatting with the caps lock key on. So, the virus spread to me =))