First Day at a New School
And there I was, standing in front of the new school I’m going to attend. My heart is racing so I asked myself, “Am I nervous or just excited, now that I’ll be at school again?” It was mixed emotions I am feeling that day. Thoughts and questions are running in my head; having an anxiety of what their first impression will be. “I hope they won’t bully me,” “This school year is going to be exciting,” and “I heard that the professors here are nice,” are just some of the ideas that keeps on bugging me at that moment.
I made it early in the school; too early that it’s an hour before my first class starts. I can’t think of anything to do, so I decided to take a stroll. While wandering around the campus, I thought to myself, “Hmm… everything seems nice in here, I won’t have a hard time getting well with these people.” I still have thirty minutes and I’m starting to get bored but I continue on exploring my new school.
The facilities here are smaller but the atmosphere is very relaxing, and then I thought, “I hope I don’t get sleepy while in class.” The library, the canteen and the laboratories maintained its cleanliness. Teachers typing in front of their computers, chatting with their colleagues and doing too much paper works created a very busy ambience inside the faculty room. One of the instructors noticed me and smiled at me, I smiled back then we both resume on what we are doing.
“Argh… I still have ten minutes and I’m already tired,” I thought to myself. From here, I started to look for my classroom. I get my schedule in my bag then I start the search. I don’t have any idea where it is, so I thought of asking an instructor in the faculty room but they already have a busy life in there and I don’t want to be a burden for them, in this way I look for an old student that could help me to find my room.
I’ve been asking the wrong people, they are also freshmen. “Oh, no! Five minutes left,” I say to myself. And at last I found the...
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