Good Words

Time ran so fast.

Years ago, we were these students who were eager enough to pay attention (or maybe pretending to do so for the word “respect”) to our sub-teacher as they took over the class. I remembered the with their haggard faces, bulky bags and high-heeled shoes. Nevertheless, they never failed to give us their cheerful smiles to make us at ease.

Within a span of 50-day internship for educational setting, I exactly knew how they felt. We got to do, think and feel the same way as they did. At times, you’d become the students center of knowledge, of jokes and anything in between. Either way, you got to give them nothing less than of an almost “job-well-done” in return of these little token- good words. This was exactly the reason why keeping this blog idle for a moment was all worth it.

Here are my favorite moments with them.

Our little token.

Our little token.


With Mam Charm during giving of certificates.


With Psy 1 Class students


Words that made our day.


With Mam Cecile during giving of certificates.


With Soc SCi 3 Class students

Comments and suggestion pa more.

Comments and suggestion pa more.

Thank you, thank you everyone. You have a special place in my heart. Such a wonderful journey. And to John Russell, you know I’ve always been thankful to have you. Thank you for your patience and unlimited understanding. You’ll never get to much trouble when you have someone like him at your side. ❤


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