|This was a posed shot on my first visit to the office.|
Now, it just sums up what I do this week---nada.
But this week, this week has been killing me. The best part of the past three days is going to Mass with the friars in the morning, followed by breakfast. After that, around 8:30ish, it's downhill. I have nothing to do. Actually, probably less than nothing to do. Jenny wasn't in the office understandably because she was sick and her son even sicker. So literally after Mass, my days have been obsolete.
As a hindsight now, I wish I took more advantage of this free time. I could've taken more initiative around the school, or the primary school who aren't in exams, or could have visited my housemates at their jobs, or even contacted Mire's family here and get in touch with them. But I was tired and groggy all day the past two days. Nothingness will do that to you. Feeling like you don't have a role anymore, will do that to you. I don't feel like myself at all. Each morning this week I haven't wanted to get up, waking up the last minute to go to Mass on time with the friars, and because they feed me too :P.
Long story short, I miss my students. I miss my role. And in the past month of trying to figure out my purpose here, this past week hasn't helped.
Dear exams, you've taken my students long enough. Go away now and give them back to me. OK, thanks.
Exams week ends today. Gracias a Dios.