Last Updated on April 13, 2017 by Marie Bautista
Or am I?
A month ago, I saw this entry in my son’s school journal(by the way, he gave me his approval to print this entry):
Let me write it down for you:
Today it was super fun. So I think I will design the phoenix since I got a plan, but I will tell you something. I’m exactly the last student here because as I’m writing this, I’m at school and the time is 5:58.
Wait. Did you read that right?
Did it say he was the last student in school and it was 5:58???
Now, don’t judge me. This does not usually happen, except the time when he left our house at 10 PM when he was just 3 years old (will write about that later) and when we forgot to pick him up at 5 PM instead of 2 PM when he was in the second grade (although he did not notice the time because Manong Jonathan – the school guard – taught him how to bike with a big two-wheeled bike).
Well, my boy was eventually picked up from school at around 6:48. He felt really worried that something happened to us, but he was positive towards what happened:
I think something good is going to happen because I saw a dove and it’s getting darker. So I think this was an awesome day since this thing happened.
Adrian felt safe because he has Manong Jonathan with him.
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