Patty (woodycakes) wrote,

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Senior Blues

I'm sleepy. There's actually so much to do for this week. I can't believe that right after the exams, there are already stuff to read on and study for. And as much as I feel like slacking for a while and just relax before the ACET this Saturday, it just can't happen, because I have to make up for my first trimestral grades. And on top of all of this, we are currently receiving the rotten fruits of our labor -- our grades.

They're not exactly something I really want to see. And yet, I always find myself lining up to find out what my possible grades will be in the report card. I'm really scared for Economics and Physics. Economics, because of the obvious that I just can't seem to get that subject right. I'll get the graph one day and forget to label something in it the next. I'm just too damn careless! And Physics, because Lab which was supposed to make my grade a notch higher is going to drag me down even more!

Today, I saw so many people breaking down -- I had my bout of crying yesterday -- and it really hurts me because we're supposed to be carefree seniors. We're not supposed to be too stressed. Of course, there should be work, but we should still be smiling. It's not like we're not doing the work. We are. It's just that teachers don't see the effort we put into it. In fact, I don't think I've ever worked harder in my life! And now I get the least recognition for my efforts. Grr...

So many people were absent today. Most of them were from our Trig group too. I got the scare of my life because there was talk going around that we were going to report that day. We were short four people! And the research was with Fen so I was really panicking. It was a good thing Yvina brought her research. She's such a sweetie!

Monesca, I missed you today! We changed the seating arrangement and just because I'm the one writing it on the black board, it doesn't mean I'm out to torture people. It was our "adviser"'s idea to begin with. We're just trying to follow her.

On a happier note though, I brought my Harry Potter scarf that I crocheted today. People actually liked it! And of course there was the disbelief. "You crocheted that?" I heard that a lot. Hard to believe, but I can get really bored sometimes. People actually want to order, but the thing is, I don't know how much to sell it for. And do I really have the time to crochet? I can barely pass fourth year! But if I do sell them, the money can go to my Boracay Fund. But for how much? Too many questions in my head and I don't know the answers.

But I have to say that the thought of Tab is making me smile now! Don't laugh, <a href="'><b>Gela</b></a>. He looked really busy when I saw him and even if I was a bit down, he still looked pretty good. Although as fate has it, I'm not going to meet him any time soon. I guess that's how it's supposed to be. So I'm just going to have to content myself with seeing him <I>sometimes</I> -- which isn't really that bad. Nice bodies look really good in clothes that accentuate them. Sigh. I am so delusional.
Tags: high school senior, scarf, team b
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