He does bad things for a good cause — not precisely a role model but works for me. 🙂
Earlier tonight, I’ve finished watching GTO Live Action series my sister and I borrowed from our uncle. Even if I had already watched this whole series one day years ago, I, still, was really entertained by everything he did in those 12 episodes (spanning nine hours) of comedy and drama. I’ve even finished watching the GTO Live Action Drama Special â€” a special sequel to the series â€” and the GTO Live Action Movie, which is not connected to the series.
I really do not know how he does it (or at least how he thinks about things) but I really am amazed on how he recovers from every trial prejudice and first impressions bring him. What makes me wonder more is that how he could be so right and so wrong at the same time (of course, with more emphasis on the right deeds). I don’t plan to be a teacher but Eikichi is one person I’d really look forward to be in the future, less the foul mouth and crudity. 😛
Now, I really wish I could do to my girlfriend what he did to impress and make Miss Fuyutsuki fall in love with him â€¦ It was impressively pure of heart.
GTL: Great Teacher Lapus â€” Doesn’t sound right, does it? 😆
Not from a field trip — but one I’d really remember. 😛
So many weeks have passed and I haven’t been able to update my blog. School work and social activities, I think, somehow hindered me to do so. Another thing was my host’s hardware failure erasing most of my readers’ comments, which I happen to treasure more than my articles themselves. Most of all, I really had been pressuring myself to write really good articles especially for a
grand re-entrance to the blogosphere, which I sadly figured I can’t â€” that’s too much for my skills. I’m just going to write this like I haven’t been gone. Please bear with me. 🙂
I have been on a really tight schedule now that I have school for six days a week. NSTP CWTS took my Monday vacation for its weekly activities. I really have been enjoying digging and leveling soil, and moving 50-kg concrete blocks during our off-campus activities. What I didn’t like was the fact the I had to ride 6-7 different public transportation routes and/or vehicles just to get there. This was the off-campus activities’ last day. Fortunately, I’ve had a souvenir. 😆
It didn’t hurt so much, I’ve just peeled my skin off for about an inch long. I just hope it wouldn’t cause infections. That photo was taken about 12 hours after the incident with the iron pick; the wound applied with an ointment. I wish I had taken photo sooner that it would look more bloody fresh and gross. *haha* 😛
Preliminary exams week has just passed making me more comfortable to write something again. Hopefully, this would go on and on again.
A lot has changed about me this new year â€” more fat, less computer. I’m beginning to hate myself! 😆