eye-opener

Im in a blogging mood right now so puhlease bear with me...

My day started quite early since I have to go to the LSPO and meet Ms. Amy for my one on one session with her. I learned a lot of things from her. She said that part of understanding God's life is by reading The Bible; and that is my first assignment; gotta start doing that right now. She also discussed about why people take the Communion and the usual questions people would ask about the Eucharist. Our 'session' lasted for about an hour and a half, but that time was extremely worth it.Now my conscience is bugging me why did I not study in a Catholic School, I might have a better grasp of all these things if I did... oh well, that's my parents decision, nothing to argue about.

Lauren, me and Ale ate at Wendy's before our first class. Surprisingly, we need to say "HELLO" to "MR. E-VAT". The original price of my meal is 95, with Mr. E-vat, it became 104.5. If Mr. E-vat would help the economy, why not continue with it, but if all that money will only go to our corrupt official's pockets, gee, id rather starve!

Anyways, our instud class, was as usual... filled with Sir Marasigan's jokes. It's nice to hear laughter once in a while especially when you're stuck with mind-wracking lessons about World Wars. Marasigan Mantra is stuck on my head up to now!!! Here goes... "Sexy-ness defines (not the shape of your body but) how you carry yourself..."

After which, Ale, I, and Niko headed to our Pre-Kumpil Seminar. It started a lil bit late because our facilitators attended the 11.30 mass. We practiced the actual rite which will take place two weeks from now. We had a good laugh a while ago, Ms. Krainz played the role of the Bishop, and a lot of errors were committed, but that's pretty much okay.. practice lang naman hehehe. Too bad Ale and I did not volunteer to read the liturgy, we're the flower bearers instead. We even thought of volunteering to sing for the responsorial psalm, but we may end up embarrassing ourselves so forget it :)

We'll also have a retreat for the kumpil on Saturday. And my sponsor, Mrs. Cases will attend!!! yihee!!! I told her how good Ms. Krainz is, and that she'll be the one to lead the talk. I also got to talk with Ms. Krainz after the seminar because Im very much worried on how the confession will go. You know, first-timer. She talked about a whole lot of things, which really really opened up my mind. I would just quote what she said (though these arent the exact lines) "In this world, man cannot live alone, that is the reason why God is always up there for us, like the famous quote No man is an Island.." Having that conversation with Ms. Krainz lifted up my spirit... Indeed, she's really a wonderful person...

sorry for this long post!!!
enjoy the rest of the day...
May God bless us all...

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