Wednesday, 5 October 2016
My Primary 9 daughter asked me to sign her school paper and felt happy while reading her composition. And can't help not to share I hope you enjoy reading this as much as I do.The Day I Received My Examination Results
"I wonder how much marks will I get" I asked Jaedyn. It was a breezy Tuesday afternoon. Jaedyn, my best friend, wore a dark blue sleeveless "CHIJ Our Lady of The Nativity" pinafore with a P.E shirt and shorts underneath. Jaedyn tied her hair into a ponytail. I wore the exact same uniform but I had short hair that looks like a "barrette bob". We were both in our classroom, getting ready for English. Jaedyn was counting to thirteen. As soon as she said "thirteen" the school bell chimed thirteen times, Ring!
Our Mathematics teacher, Madam Chua, left the classroom and Mrs. Lim our English teacher, came in with a heap of report books. All of us were feeling nervous. After we greeted Mrs. Lim, I sat down, with both butterflies fluttering in my stomach and my heart was pounding with anxiety. My classmates who included Jaedlyn were praying fervently. As each examination paper was placed gently on each student's desk, my classmates were peering at each others' papers. I was getting more and more excited. Then I saw Jermayne, her head hung low in guilt. I was worried for her and myself.
Jaedyn saw how nervous I was, She told me not to be worried. I was still petrified. She told me worrying does not help. I had clammy hands. i did not want to look so I closed and covered my eyes. Jaedyn was as cool as a cucumber.
"Ria, you can open your eyes now" said Jaedyn. I slowly opened my eyes. I saw the number forty-six and a half. I screamed and jumped for joy. All my efforts paid off. Paying attention in class, repeating things I learnt over and over again all paid off. I was over the moon and on cloud nine. Jaedyn and my friends were all happy and proud of me. I never felt that proud in my life. At the end of the day, I thanked my parents, Mrs. Lim and my friends for motivating me. I even encouraged Jermayne to do better and study harder. I learnt important lessons. Hard work, patience, determination and learning from our failure is the key to success.
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Tuesday, 16 August 2016
Last October 2015, our team decided to have a side trip in Krakow. Since we are in Wroclaw already and Krakow is just 3-4hours away, we went ahead with the plan. The last place we visited in Krakow was the market square. While walking we saw this church, Saints Peter & Paul. I'm so blessed to have visited this church. This was the first baroque church built in Poland.
Thursday, 4 August 2016
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|photo taken from primer.com.ph|
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Salamat at Byernes na umpisa na ng madugong labanan. Patuloy pa din tayong manalig at magdasal para sa lahat ng Pilipino. Sino man ang inyong ninanais na maupo sa pwesto, wag kalimutan ang inyong responsibilidad sa inang bayan. Huwag kalimutan na tayo ay Pilipino ano man ang inyong katayuan sa buhay.
Sa darating na Mayo 9, ang mga Pilipino ang huhusga, ang boses ay maririnig at kung ano pa man ang magiging kinalabasan nawa'y ito ay para sa ikabubuti ng sambayanang Pilipino.