Friday, September 10, 2010

5th Placer, not bad at all

It was our REPORT CARD DISTRIBUTION last September 9, 2010. Parents have to go to our school to get our report cards and know the results out of it. They can also view at the bulletin board the list of honor students for that grading. We've finished 1st grading and there will be three more to come.



Mom first visited my brother's room.



I'm hopeless that I will never be included to be listed as one of the honor students because my scores at my previous exams didn't satisfy me. When we were there already I asked my younger sister to view the list of honors for me because I am so nervous I might not be included. She agreed, then walked away to see it.



After a while, she came back frowning. I asked her what happened. She said I didn't make it!



I DIDN'T MAKE IT! that was harsh of her.


Now I'm sweating all over and worried what mom will say to me once she found out, and what my teacher will tell her.



It's about time when mom will visit my room to get my card. I'm not yet saying about this to mom. I just want to see it for herself- or for myself. I agreed easily with what my sister said.



I passed by the bulletin board where the honors are posted. I took another glance to ensure that I'm not included. And God! I was surprised when my name was there! The only student who has the longest name printed there! Phew! I shouldn't agree so easily with my sister. She tricked me! She even started laughing at me when she realized I found out the truth!



I felt a relief. But wait, It's a tie! There's another classmate of mine who was also ranked same as mine. Not bad anyway.



I realized that I can do it better next time, I'll try making it at the top, top1 to be exact.

Like what they say, There is no harm in trying.

P.S. This is what I keep on praying also at night. Thank you, God, for letting me have this achievement.

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5th Placer, not bad at all

It was our REPORT CARD DISTRIBUTION last September 9, 2010. Parents have to go to our school to get our report cards and know the results out of it. They can also view at the bulletin board the list of honor students for that grading. We've finished 1st grading and there will be three more to come.



Mom first visited my brother's room.



I'm hopeless that I will never be included to be listed as one of the honor students because my scores at my previous exams didn't satisfy me. When we were there already I asked my younger sister to view the list of honors for me because I am so nervous I might not be included. She agreed, then walked away to see it.



After a while, she came back frowning. I asked her what happened. She said I didn't make it!



I DIDN'T MAKE IT! that was harsh of her.


Now I'm sweating all over and worried what mom will say to me once she found out, and what my teacher will tell her.



It's about time when mom will visit my room to get my card. I'm not yet saying about this to mom. I just want to see it for herself- or for myself. I agreed easily with what my sister said.



I passed by the bulletin board where the honors are posted. I took another glance to ensure that I'm not included. And God! I was surprised when my name was there! The only student who has the longest name printed there! Phew! I shouldn't agree so easily with my sister. She tricked me! She even started laughing at me when she realized I found out the truth!



I felt a relief. But wait, It's a tie! There's another classmate of mine who was also ranked same as mine. Not bad anyway.



I realized that I can do it better next time, I'll try making it at the top, top1 to be exact.

Like what they say, There is no harm in trying.

P.S. This is what I keep on praying also at night. Thank you, God, for letting me have this achievement.

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