Oh, wow. I haven’t updated this blog for a while now–a lot has happened these past few days and I’m bursting to share it here!
First off, I’m now working as a Lower Primary School Teacher and I’m loving every bit of it. I’m always excited to teach my students new things everyday! The cute little messages they give me is just the cherry on top! ♡
Aside from being a teacher during the weekdays, I transition to being the student during weekends. I’m already taking my classes for my Masters Degree in Special Education–and I love it even more!
As of the moment, we are learning Sign Language in one of my classes and I’m proud to say that I already know quite a few signs just enough for a deaf person to understand what I’m trying to say. Aside from that, we will soon learn how to use braille as well. I can’t explain how motivated and excited I am! I’ll probably do more detailed posts soon about the things I learned in my SpEd classes or my experiences of being a Primary School Teacher! ♡
As what our School President said, “We are not stressed, we are just busy!” Heck yes, I am busy–the good kind of busy–and I love it! ♡
I’m Already Missing The Moment While I’m Still Living It
My new-found friends in grad school, co-teachers and my students in my current job (which I will be leaving very soon–see here for more info) makes it really difficult to say goodbye once I’m done with that chapter in my life.
I’m already missing the moment while I’m still living it.
Truth is, we need to move forward for us to be better.
This is my way of finally embracing growth and the new adventures waiting for me–writing about it.
I just recently graduated from college. After four years of my fair share of sufferings (and happiness), I finally made it. It has been four days since I officially got my diploma, but here I am, bored to tears and unemployed.
I was very excited to graduate and never ever come back to school again, but I think I would like to take that back…
Why? Because reality hit me on the face. Hard.
I realized that I have to face the real world on my own. Just skills and personal experiences as weapons.
At the moment, I am just going to drown myself in my own thoughts of what could happen if I already happen to work soon.
Until then, I will just imagine that I am still a student.