It’s the 25th! Still ain’t done with this novel. Haha. LOOOL. JK!

After a coup’la minutes it was the seventh graders’ turn to be called. We were only three by the way, because the other students thought that the awarding’s going to be held in the afternoon, so I thought they were still riding in the clouds of their dreams.. Just kidding. Phew! Glad I managed to go up early. 🙂 When my two companions were called, I was left behind there (:”>), for the second time acting like a “lost girl”.  Mmkay, this was a happy part- when my name was called, I heard loud claps and screams coming from the second floor, particularly in the classroom of Couragians my Loves. ♥ I was like, “Huhhh? What’s up with me? :)”. I was sooooo touched to feel their support, and others’ support too- when I was about to go upstage, two people told me “Congratulations!” That felt so real, but not so real because I pictured it like a dream scene. Truly. Chhyeah. 😉

Yeah, I was given a merit certificate (and was glad that there weren’t any spelling errors). When we got up and just before my classmates start their exams, I and some other candidates were called to check test papers because we didn’t really have anything to do. After that, it was recess time. ;;)

OKAAAAY. Recess. Why so emphasized? :”> While I was walking with my closest gal pals, Genevieve and Zet, I saw the fruit sitting kind of alone, so I felt the urge to congratulate him for being a top student. 🙂 But before I could, there was a boy who approached him. So I didn’t bother to come close to him again. :)) Haha, but this was the hilarious part- after me and my pals had bought snacks, we were so close to the fruit so I called him and told “Cwongwats” (with a Mini Keyk cupcake inside my mouth!) Then he said thank you (w/o a smile, he looked mad). I thought it was a little embarrassing but it was alright. :-bd He deserves it! 😛

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