End of the week #1

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Hey guys!

I’ll be making new posts that will be called “end of the week” every Sunday. And the posts are going to be about what I’ve learned in the week, and what will happen next week. So it’s basically like a diary.

Alright, let’s begin:


About my school, I hate it. No friends, boring activities, 9 hours of studying every day.

Studying isn’t the issue here, it’s about time. It’s really difficult to survive when you have no friends. I do not know why no one wants to talk to me. But anyway, I have to deal with that myself.

Two days ago, my father told me that my mom’s visa to move to America (we’re trying to move to America) will be coming in November and I must finish eighth grade in my school that I hate…

I will get horrible grades since I’m not good at the Thai subjects.

So I have to stay in that school for another long long time.

“Ugh, 5 days per week of nothing to do. Just thinking of it makes me don’t want to go to school.”


About this blog is good news: I’ll make 5 posts on Saturday and Sunday, then I’ll post on the weekdays.


So that’s pretty much it. And the school is really annoying–that’s my conclusion.

The end…..

5 Replies to “End of the week #1”

  1. Hang in there buddy. It may seem like forever but try to make the best of it for now. Making friends in a new situation is tough. Think of it as a challenge, a learning experience. Try to talk to a couple of people a day. You are a rather smart young person, be creative. Make talking to people a game. There are many people who read your blog entries and we are most certainly rooting for you!

    Bill

  2. You’re welcome. 🙂
    You certainly are not alone in going through this. And while it isn’t easy, you will get through it. 🙂

  3. Thank you so much for spending your time to write that wonderful comment! That helped me a lot! And I guess this happens to all of the kids in world.

  4. Good to hear your voice again. 🙂
    It will be exciting to move to America, and November isn’t That far away. (Though I appreciate that it will seem so to you.)
    Sorry to hear you’re battling to cope with school. I do understand, as it happened to me when I was 9. I didn’t know anyone and they all laughed at me because I spoke with a different accent. It wasn’t as good a school as the one I’d been at, so I didn’t learn anything new for one whole year.
    But – I just kept going and eventually I began to be accepted and made some friends.
    It takes time, but you are learning social skills that you can use for the rest of your life. Don’t give up, but see if you can find Something you like about school.
    Good Luck! 🙂

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