You just couldn’t deny it; time is inevitably flying and we can’t do anything about it.
Today was my first day as a sophomore and I just can’t believe how fast time flies. It feels like it was just yesterday when I was still attending the campus tour and freshmen convocation wherein we are toured around the campus and welcomed with a bang, consecutively. It feels like yesterday, I was an ignorant little college girl who seemed to be forced into college even how young she was. And it definitely feels like yesterday when I didn’t know how to adapt with my new environment and I didn’t know where my classes and lectures were held. You just couldn’t deny it; time is inevitably flying and we can’t do anything about it.
But now, I’m here. A sophomore who’s trying her very best to fight homesickness and battle for and against “acads”. But hey, I survived my first year so I definitely am hoping to overcome this semester, too. Overcome, meaning, end this with my head held high, rest assured that I did my best and maybe, the universe would be nice enough to return me back the favor. So, today, time passed all right. It wasn’t that extraordinary but it wasn’t just ordinary. It was in between. And I know, there’s still more to come – more of the fun, more of the memories, more of the college life I’m hoping to remember in the future.
But, unfortunately, my last class every Wednesday’s and Friday’s would be at 7pm. So it kind of sucks for me because I had to walk back to my dorm and I’m not really that satisfied at the security in our university. Some streetlights are not functioning so I have to keep up with the dark surroundings when I go back to my dorm. I’m just praying for my safety and security. Still, I have nothing to fear because I know that God is with me.
Thank you for reading, my love!