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Monday, February 23, 2009

Hell Month

02/23/2009 06:53 PM

So it has been two months since the start of 2009. And almost five weeks (or even four) before the end of the sophomore year. 

However, the challenges are just starting for me, as this month will be just nothing but more than what term for an ordinary college peep folk know. I'm talking about a so-called "hell month" (not just a hell week, okay?). 

Imagine some people doing their mini-thesis (or baby-thesis), preparing their midterm acts for the subject Theater Arts Production; and even for its finals. 

What more if there are lots of workload for other subjects (which i'm not mentioning here), including that recently-concluded culminating activity for PE 4. 

I was sad that due to certain factors, I wasn't able to witness the Videofest (for which, in the case of our batch, will be set next year) Yeah, I was exhausted for taking part on that damn basketball game. Haha! 

I never even managed myself to have a date last February 14 (how crap is that?). 

Anyway, After the Dramafest, which showcases us the eight groups competing using the piece of "The Dancers" (by A. Florentino, c. 1956-7), I was totally drained since there were times we even practice for a none-the-less-but-a-long period of time; something I couldn't have been accounted for.

Not to mention, I have yet to settle my accounts, since I only have paid for the preliminary exams. And another heck-promissory note for the midterms. 

In the other news, I just recompiled my group's report for that Computer subject we made 1 1/2 weeks ago. Thank goodness, that helped me to save my grade from 4.0 to 1.75. Perhaps, even more than a 360 degree turnaround. 

And speaking of grades, I need to check it for now. 

Damn, I'm out, peeps! Peace!

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