ETO YUNG SAGOT SA TANONG NG NESCAFE COMMERCIAL DATI NA
‘PARA SAAN KA BUMABANGON?’
I love these children so much. They have become my inspiration and motivation to wake up everyday and pursue my dream of being a teacher. My class experienced the ups and downs of being a teacher and a student, and I can say that those moments made our relationship and bond even stronger. I know I am not a perfect teacher, there are no perfect students, and there is no thing such as a perfect class, but as long as we are happy in each other’s presence, our everyday meeting would surely be wonderful.
5-Piety is my second batch of advisory class and my love for them has grown deeper, so deep that I don’t think if I would still be able to let them go and part ways with them this coming March. Thinking about the old good days that my students and I have shared, it really breaks my heart. I can’t imagine how I could say goodbye to them, not knowing if I could ever teach them again. I would really miss how we laughed and played during discussion, how I scold their naughty and playful classmates, I would surely miss the sound of our clanging spoon and forks and brisk laughter, the warm hugs they give me and the sweet ‘sorry’ and ‘i love you’ that they whisper to my ears.
If only I could make time stop and spend it with them longer, if only I could, I would. I love you 5-Piety, you really made me happy, I don’t want to say goodbye, I can’t say hello to March yet, I don’t want to let go. I will miss you when you grow up. Let’s not forget each other and keep the strings attached to our hearts.
I LOVE YOU, 5-PIETY. IF ANY ONE OF YOU IS READING THIS, I’M TELLING YOU, I LOVE YOU SO MUCH FROM THE BOTTOM OF MY HEART (AND HYPOTHALAMUS).