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Schoolday – Weekend Memoirs

September 14, 2009


Many weekends or weekdays ago, we used to make those floors shiny, tidy up the chairs, clean the blackboard, raise our hands to answer the teacher’s questions, neatly make artworks and see to it the we are at the top of the class…only later on to realize that ability matters more than school grades…well not entirely hehe. Point is, we took our schooling seriously and disciplined ourselves well thus making our parents proud. ๐Ÿ˜‰


It’s my little boy’s turn to shine. A class of 22 kids, fewer boys perhaps (as usual), he could be the most talkative there…though not the one to be best in speaking German, I guess…I had to explain to the director and the teacher that German only comes after Tagalog and English, we barely speak the language at home.

On the first day of school, he told me that his classmates say he is brown, well he is hehe because he spent almost a month everyday going in and out of the pool and the sea—he’s actually yellow lol. (not hepa, chinese are actually from the yellow race hihi).

Dad put on his hairgel that day…and I did prepare his Schultรผte (school cone) for him, filled it with school stuff and sweets. Last year, my daughter’s cone was bigger and I thought it’s too heavy for my son, who is only 118 cms (too small for grade 1!) so I bought him this smaller one, no complains naman…

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  1. Wow, ang galeng Mukhang seryoso siya sa pag aral. He looks so cute with the hair gel. With regards to German, he will be able to pick it up very fast. it will be busy for you in the coming weeks! Have a great week!

  2. he’s so sweet….madami din pala ang student diyan, last year at Patrick’s class, there’s only 18 of them, this year 17 naman.But compare to Manila, for sure the number goes triple pa. ๐Ÿ™‚

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