After this, I shall move on to my IW. I promise that tonight I shall finish it. My back is already hurting and my eyes are drooping. Due to sleeping so early in the morning, it took me forever to wake up to go to mass. Still, when I finish this, I shall be done with something, at least.
I can't believe it's already exams next week. It's not supposed to be this quick. It surprises me because the status messages of the younger batches are all saying study study study. I haven't even opened a single notebook! I know I should because this is already considered cramming, I just don't have the time.
Okay, so maybe I do, but I guess I'm not very good at balancing my work and my sleep. The only two aspects of my life that I do acknowledge. Thinking of it, all I have to do is do things one at a time, and before I know it, I shall have accomplished a lot.
Pietro is studying so seriously here and it amazes me how hardworking he is. I should start copying him, for sure. And he's third honors!!! Yeah boy! He's worked really hard for that and I feel so proud of him. I should start emulating his attitude.
My parents Pamy, Paola, and Pietro are going to Podium later. The older ones are listening to music, and Pao just wants to tag along. I want to tag along too. But mom said I had exams so I coudln't go. Grr.... Exams really suck!
Oh on a more romantic note, I think a lesson in the language of love is needed right now. A French lesson for everyone who bothered. I love you in French is, "Je t'aime." Some fine day, maybe I'll hear these words too. Right, Monesca? Because no matter what excuse is given, no one says this unless it's meant. Yes, I don't think this phrase is taken very lightly. Uttering these three far-from-simple words can create a temporary feeling of warmth or who knows what, but it's also got a ton of complication. Nevertheless, I'd love to hear these words one day. Hopefully from someone I do love too. Monesca, don't you agree with me?