Monday, 13 July 2009

Traumatic Biology report?

I decided to write since I am pretty much getting bored. So what shall I tell you people today? Do you want to hear about my day?

Well, my day started out to be quite good, although, I was late this morning - not the point. Ok. Maybe it wasn't as good as I wanted it to be. To tell the truth, my morning was somehow bad. On top of being late, we had to deliver a report in Biology first thing in the morning.

In all honesty, we did well in that report. It was just that we didn't really put much effort into it and we ended up with not-so-well presented posters. The other people in my group were fine and they actually know what they were talking about. I, however, do know what I am talking about but I was too nervous to say them properly. Picture this: Me and my group were standing up behind a row of tables. My teacher and four other people in the other group were on the other side, listening to us. My notes with all the explanation to save my life well written out for me and all i had to do was read it. Me, standing there holding an A3 poster titled 'The Electron Transport Chain', my hands shaking, my voice really really low (i doubt they were able to hear it or maybe they did because I was corrected by my teacher for mixing the redox reactions), them staring at me waiting patiently for me to finish. Then me having a mental blackout.

Yes, not a pretty sight. I should've just read the explanation off my notes and everything would have been nice and dandy. Instead, I opted to explaining it all with jumbled words off my heart - a stupid thing to do really.

After that traumatic morning (I am being sarcastic), the rest of the day went really smooth. After classes, me and my mates rested in the library to pass the time off chatting in whispers till 10 to 4 pm. We had to attend the eucharistic ministry training wherein we were taught how to properly give the unleavened bread and the wine in communion. In the middle of things, however, my mom called me to ask me where I am. I had forgotten to tell her that I would be attending the said training. haha.

Anyway, after all that were done I went home and did my own thing :)

If we could see the miracle of a single flower clearly, our whole life will change.
- Buddha