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My cousin just showed me a video clip of how summer looks like. By all means, forward to summer. Their backyard was green and the ground looks alive. However, there's still snow on our backyard and, apparently, winter is here to stay. I mean, it's still snowing outside. I'm itching to start exploring my new neighborhood.
"oh, you brought a camera with you?"
I'm starting to hear my mom complain. [about the weather?] No, she's starting to complain of how I handle my life here. She thinks that I'm still on hiatus. [oh because, you're always asleep, sitting on the couch or in front of the computer?] True but I'm not going stay on hiatus forever. She thinks that I like doing nothing. Hell no. It's the complete opposite.
First off, I don't know my neighborhood very well. Second, it's still cold outside to explore. Third, apparently, the jobs I'm looking for are in the downtown area. Since I don't know my neighborhood, like I would know the nooks and crannies of downtown. Fourth, I'm not the only one looking for a job. [huh? are you saying you may have to wait for your parents to land a job before you find one?] maybe. [nuts] I feel like I'm being rushed.
She signed up for this. You know, since we're all newbies here in the cold and the neighborhood and everything and we're just living under someone else's house, she should have anticipated that these circumstances will happen. Hell, I want to have a job and a condo unit and get starting already. [fit for the job?] Anything that is at least within my capacity. Realistically speaking, I shouldn't be picky of whatever my job would be since I'm really at the bottom right now.
I'm really affected at how my mom reacted. There's a thought in my head that says "I guess she wants me to be occupied with something... OR she wants me to leave early in the morning, pretend that I'm busy, and go out somewhere heaven knows where and be back in the evening after whatever -- instead of staying inside the house." For the sake of seeing me busy? That's crazy.
I guess seeing her little sister [your aunt] and her family provide us our basic needs really got to her. Who could blame her? But I guess these matters take time. Come on, we've only been here for three weeks.
[How 'bout college?] I could enroll as a college freshman. Or else, I may have to enter grade 12 first. The teacher in Elmwood High told me that it's totally up to me after checking my credentials and transcripts. I'm thinking of entering grade 12 first. College is expensive, man. I don't want to bother my Parents for a while. I think they have their hands full -- especially my Mom.
Anyway, the synthesis. I'm not going to be a slacker. I hate doing nothing. After graduating at Pampanga High School, where they threw a lot of work for us to finish, the spirit of having so much things to do on so little time stayed in my blood. [Expansion of skills and interest] don't worry, Mom. I won't forget my promise.
song of the moment: Deeper Underground by Jamiroquai
mood: with a smile
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