Wednesday, September 12, 2012
It's been a while since I wrote a blog! Whew.. I think I am experiencing a pseudo-writer's block. I have yet to finish all these drafts stuck in my blog and I am lazy to do it. But kidding aside, These past few weeks have been a rollercoaster ride for me. After the burial, I focused on our French class which I am now starting to enjoy. I already have three absences because I felt so left out during class (where are we now? what is my teacher saying? I don't understand even one lesson.) I am currently embracing the language which I will hopefully use in the years to come.
Weeks ago, I encountered a conflict which in my mind was a non-issue. I'm trying to help out a person but sadly there are people who were not open enough to understand me. With the help of my husband, the guidance of our Lord, I faced the problem and settled it. Lesson learned, there will always be conflicts arising even if your motive is good.
Now on to a lighter news. Last week my husband surprised me with a new phone!!!! Now I'm enjoying the Lenovo P700 which has all the specs that I need. The long battery life along with a Belkin Travel Charger helped me to study more and browse more! I am not a techie. I need a few apps for my phone like Wi-fi, PDF reader, and Photo Apps and this affordable gadget that I am currently using surpassed all my expectations.
Planning... My group from the french class are currently planning for our long stay in Cebu on November. The exams will be on November 28, 29 and December 1 and there will be a review a week prior to that. My husband and I are already planning to travel by land because it will be our first time to ride together in a bus! Funny that in our 9 years, we haven't rode a bus together. We call this trip "Backpacking to Cebu" which I think will be memorable because it will also be our first time to stay out of town for 2 weeks. We already found a place to stay and I hope our expectations will be met.
Anxiety and excitement. That's what I feel even if the trip is still on November. I hope we will all pass the French exam and next year will be a better and fruitful year for us.