So… starting from today and if I have time and am not lazy to write, I’m going to share about my learning experiences in my final year in college (hopefully).
It kind of saddens me a bit that I only attempted to do this now. It saddens me that I will only get to blog about my student life for a few more months. It saddens me that I didn’t create a blog years ago. It saddens me that I fill my mind with saddening thoughts.
Okay, enough of that.
|And RE-learn it. Ugh.
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I have to face the reality of university life once again.
|Disclaimer: photo not mine
Note to self: Say hello to a brand new semester~ Say hello to upcoming busy weeks and filled schedules~ Say hello to new people you’ll meet along the way~ Say hello to sleepless nights~ Say hello to Do-Or-Die exams~ Say hello to printing expenses~
However, this year is going to be a tough year for me. I will be lodging anywhere near the campus anymore. Starting tomorrow, I have to commute to school every day. According to Google Maps, it’s 22.8 km away from the point where I ride the public utility vehicle. That’s about one hour of one-way travel.
It’s not that I am not experienced in commuting to a far school. In fact, I already did that in high school, but it wasn’t as tiresome as it is now in college. The physical and mental fatigue really gets me now.
Moreover, I will really miss my housemates, our night talks, random activities, procrastination, and everyday meal plans. I really enjoyed my stay in the campus, thanks to them.
This post sounds so sad, but I have to keep my head up from now on.
This four-month summer vacation is the transition phase of our university for adapting the new academic calender. I was not against the calendar shift, because I thought a two-month vacation even after a two-month on-the-job training is awesome. And now, we’re halfway done. Is it finally hello to my two-month break? Nah, it is NOT. Continue reading Random rant: I have to enroll for summer AGAIN