An epic day during preliminary week somewhere around the corner of the earth, I almost pass my major examination. Being nervous has become my number one back-stabber! I presume that it is unavoidable to anyone else including you who are reading this entry.
As far I am concern to my classmates whom I always treat as angels [one is good and one is still good, of course :P], I went with them to an LBC branch and I somehow manage pulling myself together till their transaction is finished. Unfortunately, their orders have to wait until tomorrow. [this is my story. Back to me! :D]
I am very, very excited to visit UST Red Cross Youth Council organization room. A dear senpai have sent me a text message noting that he will be there around five o' clock in the afternoon. He's a good fellow, indeed! Though I didn't eventually go there at that time, at least, I have visited it and it's worth a few hours of visiting. Happiness and warmth are the things that Red Cross Youth gives me.
LOL. There are many people in the organization who are so cheerful to the extend that one can relate to it like a virus passing to everyone near them! Amazing people are common there! The word organization doesn't really suit UST RCY, instead, it is worthy of the title "Family". It feels like we aren't actually stressing out or anything because of the current hell week.
After an hour of laugh trip, a senior told me that he was bored. Eventually, my very own senior is a third year psychology student. He offered me a psychological test. And a trivial matter about our university unfolded. The entrance exam actually is a psychological test! So, that's why I passed few courses. Aside from my late notification about it [ XD ], my wise senior gave me a sheet of paper and asked me to draw someone whom I know that is a girl. He asked me to indicate the age and gender. Another sheet of paper was given to me and the same procedures applied but instead a girl, he asked me to draw an opposite sex that I, at least, know.
Boxing here, circling there, gazing here and there. Then, I, myself, began meeting my number one foe AGAIN. Well, I don't know why. Perhaps, the seriousness of the face of this senior was something new to me. He executed the things he noticed at my drawings. My eyes somehow got wetter. Probably, the fact he said about me being emotional was true. Some observations had opened my eyes and some were still blurred to my perception. I hope that I will be aware of it some time. Many of those psychological observation stroke my heart. Till now, I've been thinking of it! And the bottom line is he reminds me to study harder. :)
I've been thinking what if I take psychology as a new course, yet I'm not giving up whatever course I'm taking now. The possibility of bringing my little TALL brother back to his old self might increase and lessen the risk of dragging him to hell by me. No helping it, I'm the eldest. Anyway, this is the first psychological test that I ever did PERSONALLY. I will keep this in my memory. Hoping that the senior guy will be successful one day.