Saturday, June 25, 2005

..always with you....

i am taking a big leap in my life

i never expected that things will turn out this way.

i asked for a little blessing,

yet God gave me so much.

i just asked Him to guide me

so i can be stronger

i just whispered to Him to take good care of us

while time and distance is between us

i thank God for making these things

i bet He does not want to see me cry

he might have heard me crying at night

calling your name, wishing you are here beside me

hugging each oth er as what we used to

perhaps, i have to forget crying

but never will i forget about you

in every thing that comes on my way,

there is the goal

we are both aspiring

both of our ways are gearing

towards the fulfillment of our dreams

to be together

after the time and distance we have.

Thursday, June 23, 2005

i am now a teacher

it happened so fast.. i saw their ad posting at school last Sunday after my review classes.. i called their office last Monday morning.. then i came to their office to submit my resume and credentials. after the initial interview, they asked me to do demo teaching. After that, a series of interview with the academic head and dean of the college.. the same day, they accepted me...

perhaps they are really in need of a full time instructor. most of the previous applicants wanted a part time stint in the school.

my problem right now is my previous employer. they do not want me to go even i already submitted my resignation letter last May. my last day in office should have been last June 5 2005. but i extended my service due to a certain project.

i have so much to share. so many things to share with you. not only with my new life as an instructor.. oo nga pala, i am happy kasi the dean ranked me as instructor III. i skipped levels 1 and 2 considering that i do not have any teaching experience yet...

i have to keep myself busy. my baby just left the country. i have been crying.. been missing her terribly..

Thursday, June 2, 2005

at last

I am through with my PRC application. It was really tasking though lesser than I imagined after seeing the lines and crowding people in PRC compound. Good thing, our classmate/class president helped the class to do it in a lesser tasking process. Actually I got scared while my papers were being evaluated. I thought I would never be able to submit my application since there was a problem with my NSO authenticated birth certificate. The information written on the NSO security paper was beyond recognition and I was asked to request something readable from the local registry. But time is the essence. I went to the local registry office at around 2 pm. Grabe ang haba ng pila ng tao. Do I just hurried back home to get the unauthenticated copy I have been keeping since I was in college (i think). Then I went back to PRC and showed that to the person assisting us. She accepted it. I was glad she considered that copy. Later on, everything went smoothly. I paid forthe documentay stamps and application fee. Then when finally it was accetped, gusto kong magtatalon sa tuwa. Together with other three classmates who encountered some difficulties during the application process, I headed back home. Tired and hungry, I preferred to sleep.

Review classes will start this Sunday and nine sundays after that. Please pray for me. Last year only 27% of those who took the exams passed. I hope and pray that I will be included to those who will pass this year. Actually, I am eyeing to be at least in the Top 2o of board passers.