Reminiscing and Replays
I miss them. So much.
Yesterday, it rained so hard so me and my brother decided to enjoy the chance of letting the rain wash away everything. We both played under the rain together with my father. And after washing myself... i remember my greatest moment with my greatest friends, my second year classmates. I remembered the time when we were all practicing one of our performance for a program. But it rained so hard so we are like stucked on our building for almost two hours, but we really enjoyed it.
I really don't know why but for me, and for my peers also, our sheldon days (that's our section) is really the best. We are really unaware of anything, the last thing we knew is that we are really tight with each other. I remember our first week, everything is really normal. There are group of friends, and i merely talk to the boys because we weren't that close. But maybe, because we are just twenty seven on our class, we end up flocking with each other. Yeah, literally. We almost combined our three tables so that we can talk with each other.
We don't have any dull moments when we are all together. We are all childish, and that what makes everything perfect. We used to play parts ng manok, pic pac boom, luksong baka, luksong tinik, agawan base, and bangsak. And everyone plays, our brainiacs who consider 93% on examinations low and our sunog-baga boys who seems to have no direction on their lives, the preppy girls who collects boys, the simple and quiet ones... we all play together. In fact, our adviser cannot even contain us so she just have to say yes. But through those simple bonding moments, we have developed something that we would never forget. And maybe because of that bond, we have encouraged each and everyone of us to study hard and change for the better. And then, the last thing we knew is that those boys who used to be suspended because of their cleverness, are reciting on class discussions and are all passing our examinations. So that is a win-win situation for everyone, including our teachers.
But the memorable moments are not just about having fun, we have stood all together against an authority. One of our teacher had seemed to be unfair to us, he never considered the good changes happening within our classmates and still stick to the stereotype they have. They have gain failed grades even though they pass the exams, so tell me, what is the word "just" in there. So our top classmate had stood on behalf of our whole class despite of the fact that it can affect her grade. We end up having low grades, like all of us, but then, we have never been fulfilled. Good thing our adviser had never forsaken us. It was a happy ever after ending, we won that fight. We have erased the bad things that were associated with our section, kesyo bastos daw, walang galang, feeling batas, mapagmataas and a lot more.
But then, when we entered our junior level, everything changed. Maybe because the two sections had been combined together, and that makes 58 students on a room, so tell me, how can we ever do the stuffs we use to do with that population. We were not that all for one-one for all type of friends. It seemed to me that we were starting from scratch, we were back to zero, we were strangers for each other again and that, i also don't know why. But i would never stop believing that someday... we will merge again together.
Posted by Rhea