I got stung by a bee just now. I was riding my bike to pay bills for Internet when something just came in my way! Oucch! It hit my face HARD! At first I though it was some kind of seed thrown or perhaps road debris. But suddenly the ‘thing’ stung me!!! Instantaneously, I threw the thing and oh my, how my neck was throbbing painfully! It was no doubt a bee! After paid the bill, I went straight home and told Mak who anxiously scurried me off to the clinic nearby with Ayah. I have to say that time, the part where the bee stung was swollen and throbbing and I got headache. My whole body became so fatigue and dismay. The doctor gave me an injection of tetanus (I was actually feeling that the underneath side of my teeth set was beginning to gag! Probably because the bee stung right at the nerve that connects to the dental nerve!). Honestly now still feeling dizzy.
And today, I also had my 2nd English observation by Lecturer who did not even tell me that she was coming. Caught-on-the-spot! Today, I introduced the tongue-twister texts in order to learn about Double Consonants to the pupils and explored the Speaking, Reading, Listening and Writing Skills. The pupils were having fun and my lecturer was very happy with my so-called UNIQUE SET INDUCTION which I shall not reveal here. Amidst the inevitable flaws due to the unexpected observation, my lecturer was very satisfied with my performance and summed up the 2nd observation as –
” Just need to add more creativeness and innovation in your teaching strategies. Keep up all the good work so far. You’re a natural born actor and teacher. Congratulations!”
Well, Alhamdulillah. At least, this shall be my stepping stone for me to working harder to achieve the accolade I yearn most; Insya Allah.