The Road Without An Asphalt: My Journey to July 2011 PNLE 1

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  • Vhincci Subia
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  • Just after the rain in May...


    I don't know if I will GET MAD with the sharp sun passing through my "transparent" room or at least  BE HAPPY because it again smashed my "weak" alarm - but seeing myself late to an intensive review, to Sir Ruel, is a BIG no-no for me who is aspiring to top the July 2011 Philippine Nursing Licensure Examination (cross fingers + sign of the cross)... so I really need to rise with all the muta, saliva and everything hope to learn something at the end of the day.

    My day usually starts with either NPO (nothing per orem) or a full liquid diet and seldom for a high calorie diet for my breakfast. Hygiene as a very important entity for an OC like me comes next. Yes, I admit I have the behaviour, the trait but not the disorder nor the disease. I am like Felisa who washes her hands with soap and water then uses an alcohol after but that's only when I eat with my bare hands, in Ilocano, agkam-met (that known Pinoy way of eating). Then HELLO FUNCTION HALL - the venue of OLOPH-MMSU review, the hottest place on Earth! In Batac, I.N., I should say! LOL :D

    But sometimes, I have this hard time waiting for tricycles (means of transportation in Batac) early in the morning. And instead of wasting these 5 to 10 minutes, I enthusiastically spend a walk along the road (refer to this blog's header image) to refresh with the morning breeze and search for photography subjects.

    The above photo shows then a growing seed kissed by the sun after a rain in May. Aside from flowers, seeds also sprout in May. The rain drenches the seeds and after a slight movement of the soil, they are covered and now set to spring up. The photo also exhibits the morning dews, moisture from air, in the tip of the green grasses.

    7 comments:

    LV said...

    So nice having you drop by today. That is a very interesting photo. I enjoy your post so much as you tell it like it is there. Our worlds are so far apart.

    youth_in_asia said...

    I like the photo for this one. The green is a nice contrast to the brown soil.

    I can totally relate to your post today. I know the feeling of waking up late for an important meeting all too well. Hopefully, they can relate too and it won't negatively impact your chances at becoming a top licensed nurse!

    Vhincci Subia said...

    @LV - Thanks! Yes, our worlds are so far apart. I hope someday, I can travel and visit your place - America! :)

    @Jon - Thanks! :) With hope and determination, I can top the board! Yay! :D

    Robert Cascayan said...

    Keep your hopes high my friend. Nothing is impossible! :))

    Vhincci Subia said...

    @Rob - Tnx! :)

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