Thursday, June 24, 2010


Looking back at my old school days,I could say,  its one of the joyous days of my childhood and teens. Why? because, I don't have to worry anything aside from my home works and waking up as early as 5am. I don't worry my allowance, my parents are the ones in charge of providing it. As a student, life was simple. My main goal was to pass all my subject and excel in my class, to be recognize by my parents. Its the best reward I have that time, whenever I received an award from my subject at school, I feel like my mother was so proud of me. In return to my effort, my parents make sure my school supplies needs from shoulder bag to writing supplies  like pens and pencils and other stuff are well observed to be present when completing my supplies. 

Before, when I was a student, I use to spend my vacant time at a bookstore, browsing some books,magazines and other inspirational thoughts. Yes,I love reading books about literature and poetry. I  feel hopelessly romantic in my teenage. But as I grew old,  I believe our likes and priorities also change. Imagine, during my parents time, they were not lucky enough to know about laptops and  internet, the best tool they have on their time was, their being patience and resourceful. Everything was manual and they really have to sweat on their projects and home works. Now, look at us, the technology has really paved a way. It become convenient and comfortable to us to study now,we even have these kinds of  learning laptops for kids. Children now, at their young age knows how to operate gadgets and can even trouble shoot. Amazing. Those kids toys that our parents did not have before are all displayed now in the market with their latest and updated version of science toys. A big wow! Kids are techie now.

1 comment:

Mel Avila Alarilla said...

Yes, school days are very enjoyable and satisfying since the parents are the ones who take care of all the needs of their children students. The student just have to study thoroughly to make their parents happy. Thanks for the post. God bless you always.