Formally, my high school is completed now. That took me two and a half years and 15 papers. Now I can, without hesitation, mention that I am a high school graduate and now I can also, without any confusion, apply to the colleges that I have shortlist. All the grades, all the test scores, all the ECA and the recommendation; finally, everything is done and I’m happy.
Now lets come to the human nature of dissatisfaction. It always happens that you hope for something low and when you get better than what you’d expected of, you wish if you had got even better. The same goes to me too. I wasn’t expecting to pass Economics but have a D in my results. Now I am hoping if I could get 2 more marks that would give me a C. Now I start imagining what grades would I have got if I didn’t have to go through that emotional problem during my exams. Now I start believing that I would have got a B if things had been different at that point of time. Why does this even happens. The days are gone and marks have been published. Yet, there’s always that wish of getting more.
4 days prior to the New Year 2017’s eve, I made a resolution that I’ll try visiting 12 different places and keep lots of memories of each and every place and post about them in this blog. Well, a few hours back, I came back from my first travel destination of the year – Pokhara.
Panoramic View of the Pokahara Valley from Peace Pagoda
This is the second time that I’ve been to Pokhara. A few months ago, I went there with my brothers and this time, it was for an official conference, with the club members. This time, I went for the Annual District Conference of Rotaract District 3292, the district in which our club- Rotaract Club of Chandragiri- lies in. I, along with the President, Vice President, Secretary and other dignitaries of our club went there to attend the conference. In my two years at Rotaract, this was the first time I went to a conference located outside the Kathmandu Valley, and I was excited about it. The two days at the beautiful city of lakes exceeded my expectations as I didn’t just attend the meeting and increased fellowship with other Rotaractors, but also visited the lakes, stupas, temples and enjoyed the nightlife there. Continue reading
It’s been 4 days past the New Year and I have been lazy ever since the first day of the year 2017 began. 2 days, I spent drinking and the remaining two, I am just idle and watched a few episodes of friends. Yes, I did go to the bank to register for the SAT and that counts as something active and not being lazy but I don’t know why I don’t feel like counting that thing as something productive. My grammar’s been messy as I haven’t written anything in the past 5 days. I’m a person with a fading memory and it so happens to me that if I don’t do an activity for a few days, I get terrible at it. You see, its just like an exercise that I’ll have to keep doing to keep myself active and knowledgable on that. That’s both my strength and my weakness. Strength because that keeps me motivated and energetic to keep on doing things and weakness, well, you know. My memory fades. So lets get back on the celebrations.