Yesterday, school was finally suspended at 11 am. Not exactly the best day to suspend classes because SabPag was just around the corner and we just aren't prepared. I was really at the brink of tears that morning just wondering how everything was going to fall into place. I didn't know if things were going to turn out right.
I especially didn't need anyone to tell me that I was a control-freak who had difficulty trusting people and expected too much out of others. Sure, it was mostly true, but I really didn't need to hear that at a time when I just needed to vent. I came to her because I thought she'd be there to listen to my woes that day, but I guess I was wrong. I've learned my lesson though. I'm not going to her anymore. So much for believing I could trust her.
Thanks to Sam for volunteering her place so quickly, no questions asked. You are such a life-saver. I don't know what the class would do without you. In fact, thanks to everyone who came. I appreciate your dedication to the class. Practice turned out to be quite productive. The class has worked their asses off for this.
I'm in a much better mood now as I just remember the happenings the day before, but if I weren't so tired and if I had access to a laptop, I would have been venting about how horrible things started out. Now that I think about it, yesterday was pretty cool. It just showed how dedicated we were to a project we believed in. The entire class trooped to practice even if it was raining like crazy.
Janna was dying to get out of her house even if it was flooding everywhere. Gela, I had the best time with you as we braved the storm to pick Janna up. I totally appreciate your kindness and all your stories. I always have fun with you no matter what. Getting stuck in traffic with you is probably the best way to spend a rainy afternoon. I look forward to more rainy days with you. Maybe you can teach me how to dribble.
Today, I didn't do a thing. I wasn't able to touch the computer either until a few minutes ago as my brother had three projects to do. Tomorrow, I have to be at school by six am. My dad can't bring me so it looks like I'm going to commute tomorrow. Just great. Hopefully, there are classes tomorrow. I just want to get the SabPag over with. It's been a tiring few weeks for me and I need to breathe.