Sorry for haven’t posting for the past few weeks. It’s been 2 weeks since school days resumed and it was really hard for me to update/blog.
For the first week, we had only four days of classes since June 12 is a holiday. We didn’t really tackle that much on those days because we only had introductions and the like. But I remember attending our Recognition Day (yeah I know our school’s lame). And yes, I received a recognition XD. After that morning we had a seminar about our school’s new vision, mission, and philosophy.
I just want to share this. During that time of the seminar, me and my bestfriend Liah we’re so sleepy to the point that our eyes will unconsciously close. It was pretty hard managing to stay awake but since we’re seating almost infront, we managed. XD
We also had another and it’s about Bullying. Fortunately, they exchanged speakers so all my sleepiness had gone away.
The seminar about the bullying was really great. I didn’t expect to learn that much about it. My whole perspective about it was changed and I’m happy. In myself, I know that I don’t promote bullying and that I don’t really bully my friends/classmates/peers but of course there comes a time that we can’t control ourselves. I’m very proud to say, I’m against bullying. I really take time to think of my words before it slip out from my mouth. For me, it’s a new way to discipline myself.
This week, we already started our lessons. Some things aren’t the way it was before like the new grading system and the new teachers. I also realized that most of my teachers are using slide/video presentations for presenting their lessons. It’s actually pretty nice and sometimes better because for me, it’s more efficient and modernized.
So far so good with my studies. Although I know, I really need to sacrifice a lot like setting aside fangirling life for a while. Would you believe I just opened my laptop for once during this week? Yeah. It’s actually hard but a little okay for me since I’m also using my mobile to check my twitter and chat with viber.
Well, I just have to stick with the quote that one of my favorite ancient philosopher said "The roots of education may be bitter but the fruit is always sweet."