Time to rejoice? Not very fast...

After spraying a few spritz of my favorite Bath and Body Works scent, I headed off to school because I need to be in the speech lab extra early, I'll be delivering my speech for Engltri (I have long been preparing for this, I even asked Mrs. Cases' help for my speech outline.) My mom nonetheless assured me that we have class, right after Martin have texted me.

When I reached Carriedo Station, few couple of people have already been texting me that the DepEd and CHED have already announced that classes are officially suspended in all year levels. So I was thinking, should I rejoice?! Wearing my sassy hot pink blouse for my corporate attire, I went down the stairs of the Central Terminal station. Walking swiftly with my 2-inch stilletos amid the rush of the people going up and down; my sweat is little by little tickling down from my well-brushed hair to my chin. I tried my best not to look exhausted when I took the LRT again way home.

Tsk tsk. That's what you get from the lousy government we have. Late announcements! Our military officials' worldy desire of taking over the government is on the racks again. Palibhasa, it's People Power's anniversary. Want another People Power? Don't you ever get tired of rallying in the streets?! How can these people be so greedy and selfish? Ambitious too, if I may add. Would someone cleanse their ill hearts? Why don't they just go to Leyte and reach out to our fellow countrymen in need? The only thing they have in mind is wanting to have the power... to rule, maybe... (Oh... Mr. Lacson, if you've only won last election...) If I only have the money, I would grab the phone right now and book a flight to Leyte for everyone on earth! But heck, that seems impossible. For now, the only thing I can do for them is to include them in my prayers. As what Ninang Del texted me the other day, we really have to clung to Him these days, more than ever, and if time comes, I'll be the one covering those kind of news. I replied then, "Madami pa po akong bigas na babayuhin..."

While typing this entry, I'm taking few glances of my Maui Caramacs (short for Chocolate COvered Caramel and Macadia Nuts, yum!), thinking, would I remove its box and take a bite? Oops... calorie-counter... Unfortunately, my id (it's a term for "ego" just what I have learned in my General Psych clasS) is bugging me, telling me to take a just a few bite, assuring me that it wouldnt hurt. Okay my dear id, here I go. Shucks, I really have an obsession over caramel. The box of Caramacs is given to me by my Auntie Reggie who just arrived from Hawaii. Also with the chocolates is a cute Guess bag, and a keychain too with my name on it. She promised me that cute Bag a year ago, last May I think... and see, she did remember it! Auntie Reggie is the "new" wife of my dad's cousin, Uncle Celin since his wife had died couple of years ago. And from then, she's really winning our hearts, my heart particularly; but of course, I think she still couldnt replace ever lovable Auntie Mely, my Uncle's first wife who died of heart attack.

I'm reading the book "A Contract with an Angel" right now, written by Andrew Greeley, or should I say Father Andrew Greeley. It's written really well. But I guess it couldnt beat the way Memoirs of a Geisha was written, so intricate and captivating.

Monica!!! When will we watch? Texted you last night, nareceive mo ba? :)

Enjoy our vacation guys, no NSTP tomorrow! Yes, it's time to rejoice :) Oops. Not very fast. Keep in mind our brothers and sisters who have perished during the recent tragedies, in Leyte, and in other parts of the world. .. Have a nice day!


jeniperr said...

Sana nga lang walang special classes. :(

Miss u F!

Jacqueline said...

naku asa pa tayo. for sure may make up class yan. pano kaya nila gagawin un? hayy