Recap: Hannah Montana, Seniors and Canteen. With time I adjusted in the environment of the school and started enjoying my life there. Within a few months, I became good friends with some seniors who used to travel in my school bus. There was this whole group of senior high school girls, they laughed at their own jokes, made fun of their male classmates, mimicked teachers and … Continue reading First Crush, and Gossips.
It took me a while to adjust in the cool-teenager environment that was quite prevalent in this school, unlike my old school where kids were still busy with shinchan and basketball, these peeps were more into High School Musical, Hannah Montana and Dodgeball! I used to observe my classmates as if I was an alien, girls had those cool haircuts that were called ‘Step cut’, at … Continue reading Hannah Montana, Seniors and Canteen.
In my last post Meet your new classmate! I mentioned my journey from home to the new school, this post will have essential details of my observations within the new walls! Let’s get started- My ears were used to the loud sound of a hammer-bell-ringer, but the bell in this school wasn’t so loud, the campus was wide and the structure was that of an inverted F. … Continue reading First day and new people.
Any clue what my title says? Yeah, I guess so. So, now that I have started with a new post on every Thursday and Sunday, I thought of writing a chapter from my life, and well the backstory is that I had a terrible life before grade 7, filled with insecurities and boredom, so let’s start with the first day of grade 7, new school, … Continue reading Meet your new classmate!
Humans have been making life complex for generations, but that doesn’t mean that you are supposed to bind yourself within concrete walls of the best offices and run a marathon in disguise of a short race. To whom it may concern, You might not be going through the best phase of your life, and success wouldn’t be your bae right now but you’ll get through … Continue reading Connecting the dots
It’s been long since we last met, a month to be exact, I missed you. I couldn’t touch you because I was too busy in handling my family’s pain of losing my brother.
Continue reading “An extract from her diary. (2)”
From the day a child is born he is assumed to be a doctor or engineer in an Indian family. Education system is completely different from foreign education systems and so the school life becomes an adventurous experience for Indian students.
Here is the list of five things that only an Indian student experiences. Continue reading “Five things only an Indian student experiences!!”