Sorry to say if my recent posts are more of waning and ranting and yeah mostly things that bother me. I hope this is just a phase but it seems like these things are happening to me unexpectedly and continuously. And every time it happens I sink into concentration and reflect what dreadful things I did earlier. I just can’t think of any…
After 3 days of going back and forth, finally I finished my enrollment! (Yippee!) All and all, it took me 10 hours of travelling, 7 hours of waiting for THAT second year coordinator, 6 subjects, 21 units, and most of my allowance. Guess how many hours did I really spent in settling my enrollment? 1 ½ hours!!! Ahahay!!!
Good thing I’m with my soon to be classmates and I really enjoyed talking to them. I’m not even familiar to some, but they made the whole situation easier and enjoyable. We even made a funny story about the coordinator why he’s not around. And most of the people next in line to us were laughing.=] I chose my subjects really cautiously because I want to concentrate on that back subject and give my 101% effort. If ever something goes wrong again. At least I know I gave it a shot.
I asked my mom if the family driver could bring the tuition fee since I came from my dorm today. But she insisted to come. That’s not really a problem for me. At least I know it will come safely. Let’s all admit we did the “kickback” thing. I do admit I did but my parents knew I was doing it so they add at least 9% of my tuition. But I can’t believe some of the stories I heard. I know their parents are rich or earns above average but I can’t have a kickback of at least 40T. That’s just wrong for me. I dunno to some of you but, what will they do to that money? Shop? What a joke! I know their parents are doctors but why do that? What will you do with that?
Since I have my 9% I did visit MOA after enrollment. Hehe.
I bought my necessities, (new undies, wanna see?) hehe. My toiletries needs some filling up and some things for the dorm. I also had my hair cut. My biggest frustration when losing weight, (yes I did, a few lbs!) is buying a shirt. I’ve been visiting some of the shops and funny thing or frustrating, is that I don’t know my real size. Is there a size for someone who’s losing some weight? What category do I fall into? It’s either one size is a bit tight on one part or the other size is lose on one part. Exactly, nothing really fits…
As this day end, I have a thought, the guts of showing my face in the school premises, enrolling myself and showing no signs of stopping really made me feel strong. I know some talks behind my back and some do not believe that I may not be able. But this semester is just starting and my optimism at its height.