on grammmatical boo-boos and theft
Working for ICT has been the biggest commitment I have ever made in my entire life and doing it while I'm still in school is my biggest challenge. While in the training, there were many times that I almost decided to quit. It just didn't affect my school, it also affected my health so badly. For four days now, I have a terrible flu and occasional fever attacks. It must also be the weather, every morning during my training, I go to school to stalk my professors, giving away excuse letters (which they, thank heavens!, approved) or to drop my Eco class formally, enduring the scorching heat outside then head to RCBC building afterwards where the temperature is in constant low.
It is a good thing that my officemates, er, colleagues, as Air (our accent trainor who has a personal tagline that goes 'The air that we breathe.") had corrected, were too kind and concerned to give me medicines especially Ate Jo, who is for me, the nicest in the group.
Unfortunately, I am technically the only guy, Nix being the other one is a homo, so there were times that I feel like I don't fit in. But they were all nice to me just the same. There's also Maggie who is now my official love team partner (the others call us Margaret and Andrew from the teleserye, Hiram)
is too kind to always remind me to log in/out, that's how we get paid, you see.
There's also this one girl in the group who was actually my first 'pick'. For me, she's really sexy, and for a very brief time I got to know her a little better. She told me some of her life's stories during one of our breaks and after that she asked me to promise not to tell. I mumbled, "Sure, Your safe are secrets with me." where I meant the other way around. I'm so dumb! After that, she never spoke to me again. Ang Boo-boo ko..
I got nabbed Monday evening, because I have chosen to walk again (as if there was no public transpo in my midst) on my way to Rj's apartment from Manila City Hall. I was actually walking with a classmate but I have decided to take a different route after we reached the end of the underpass. I trailed down the under-construction alley beside the City Hall building when someone from behind grabbed me and pointed a knife at my belly. In the end, I went home phone and wallet-less. Now that's the great walker's nightmare.