Saturday, May 29, 2010

Post-summer break evaluation

I'm back—back from vacation, back to the real world.

Before I hit the hay, I just want to wrap things up by doing a mini-evaluation as to how my summer break went. In April 10, I listed the things I had wanted to do. Here I'm going to indicate which ones I accomplished and which ones I didn't—and for what reason/s. How did I fare?

Read at least eight books. I'm not decided as to the titles yet, but they should cover the following categories: classical fiction, contemporary fiction, non-fiction, and Christianity. — I read 11 books, including Sinclair Ferguson's The Sermon on the Mount.
Read previous transcriptions and do a self-review in anatomy, especially the OS 203 (Skin, Muscle, and Bones) part. — I just didn't feel like it. Lame reason, I know, but it spelled the difference between school and actual rest.
Work on stuff for the research project. — I didn't want to ruin my group's time off.
Help out in our local church, Marbel Evangelical Fellowship. I can help in the office work, even in teaching Sunday school, which my mother is committed to doing. — I taught in Sunday school once, and I spoke at a youth camp in another church. I praise God for the privilege of serving Him through these ways.
Visit my grandmothers, aunts and uncles, and cousins. — Had a great time!
Watch at least one movie with high school friends. — I watched a movie, and I watched it alone. I met up with high school friends. Twice we sang our hearts out in videoke.
Keep idle moments to a minimum. — Oh, this I did. I think the recurring blackouts in Mindanao were a blessing. 
It may not mean much, but I'm pleased to say that I didn't waste my break.

4 comments:

  1. Welcome back to (a cleaner) Pedro Gil Kuya Lance! God bless you on your sophomore year in medical school:)

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  2. kuya, i like your new "B" thumbnail! having your own url certainly has its perks! hahaha.. pero the yellow letter b stands out among all the thumbnails sa tab ko! very classy gid.. LOL - mike

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  3. Flor! Thanks. I went to Pedro Gil last week, and the walls were painted white. Way better, way cleaner.

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  4. Thanks for the kind words, Mike. It's really just a simple code you add to the CSS. There are tutorials in the net, if you want to do that.

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