Monday, February 1, 2010

oh well, class field work:zambales

it started out as a class requirement: to experience nature and understand its system as affected and affecting other systems. it started out as a map: to determine the sources and possible impacts of toxic waste to nature. it started out as a study tour: to see how people took care of animals that may have been harmed intentionally or unintentionally by human activities...took it with a bad heart coz those out-of-school-vicinity-trips is way too costly for scholars like me. imagine me computing for the relative cost of the trip in terms of my daily food supplies.

but how did it end up? it ended up with me being tired-yet-fulfilled, sad-yet-hopeful, broke-yet-happy... this is one class requirement/mapping/study tour i'd never forget.


newwine said...

good for you, Sakura - I'm glad it was worth the sacrifice - you have a wonderful blog, keep writing!

sakura said...

oh thank you very much for dropping by...and for encouraging me to go on. i have very little (if not none) training when it comes to writing, i just make use of this as a (sort-of) diary remembering WRITE NEVER AFRAID WHO READS. i'm hoping to learn how to make this page more tech-looking but now, just now, have decided to keep this this way. again, thank you.