Saturday, November 8, 2008

Skywatch 3 - Line to Heaven


It's been a while since I posted something here. I've been so busy for the past few days. Well, the school started again after a one week semestral break. And also during that time, I've been computing the grades of my pupils and getting ready for the PTC (Parent-Teacher Conference).

Yesterday, our school had the Investiture for the Girl Scouts and Boy Scouts and an overnight camping immediately followed. I was so sleepy today because I only have a two-hour sleep (blame it to the late night scouting program and those stubborn boy scouts who stay awoke until 2 in the morning, and we have to get up at 4 or 5 AM). Me and my co-teacher, who were assigned to guide and keep an eye to a certain group, find it hard to sleep because of so many reasons, the uncomfortable space, unfamiliar environment and of course, the mosquitoes! (hate it! lolz!)

Having a 2-hour sleep and feeling tired and dizzy, I still managed to go home at 6AM to prepare myself for my MA (Masteral Degree) class. I have to travel all the way from Cavite to Manila to attend to my class. (wheew!) Well, I steal some sleep inside the bus on my way to Manila and also, going back home to Cavite. :)


The above photo is my entry for this week's Skywatch Friday.
Please click on the links to see other entries. Happy SWF! :)

8 comments:

Louise said...

Your sky is beautiful, and I hope you get some sleep SOON!

kjpweb said...

Heavenly!
Cheers, Klaus

Powell River Books said...

We have no lines, but on the other hand we have to electricity except what we generate for ourselves by solar and wind power. Nice shot. I was a kindergarten teacher many years ago. I loved working with the kids. They always made my day. I invite you to see my stormy sky. - Margy

FickleMinded said...

cool shot! here's my first SWF#1

paperdoll said...

teacher ka pala maam. . hehe. . ngayon co lang nalaman. . lol

Vic said...

louise - hi louise! thanks! yeah, badly need it! :)

kjpweb - thank you so much! :)

margy - hi margy! really? wow, it's nice to know that you use solar and wind power. and it's nice to hear that you are a former teacher. yeah, those kids are my source of strength. :)

fickleminded - thanks for appreciating! :)

paperdoll - haha! ngayon mo lang ba nalaman? at ma'am na ako ngayon ha! hehe... :)

the donG said...

thats' really being BUSY! it's really difficult to take masteral studies at the same time working plus having 2hours sleep. whew!

thanks to all teachers who dedicate their life to the children's future!

Vic said...

thanks dong! :)
adik diba?! hehe...