Face-to-face classes have finally returned and the kids are back to learning and interacting with their classmates physically.
Twitter users have shared different sentiments on the matter ranging from different thoughts and emotions because of the length of the lockdowns in the country and being stuck with online classes for about two years.
One user is enjoying the peace and quiet in their place of residence.
ANG TAHIMIK PALA DITO SAMEN KAPAG FACE TO FACE ANG CLASSES!!! SANA LAGING GANITO! 😍
— Tonycism (@Tonycism) August 22, 2022
Then there’s also the torment of enduring heavy traffic on the streets.
it's crazy seeing so many kids at once. face to face classes has really started. the traffic bruh
— DEI (@fusvalky) August 22, 2022
Because it has been so long since students have set foot on campus, an array of different feelings starts to pour into them. They can either be uneasiness, excitement, sadness, or even fear. It’s normal to feel all sorts of emotions and have all these crazy thoughts when one is doing something they haven’t done in a long time.
There’s always that nostalgic feeling of finally doing something we used to again.
sobrang nostalgic ng face to face classes 😅 parang kailan lang..
— 𝐰𝐨𝐱 (@roxannearija_) August 22, 2022
Although you can also get hit by the train of reality and adult life and realize that online classes have taken so many opportunities for fun and learning experiences, others just tell themselves that life goes on.
have u ever felt jealous of face-to-face classes because you’ve missed ur last 2 years in college which supposed to be memorable but now here we are, facing the adult life who needs to work.
— ry (@zandylazuli) August 21, 2022
But no matter how bad things get, some people still find the enthusiasm to look at things in a brighter light…
Alright! This is it… It's face-to-face classes on my college is starting tomorrow. It's been two years for staying online class at home and i have prepared for long time for this.
— 🇵🇭 SuperTails16 (@SuperTails16) August 21, 2022
…or in a hilarious light!
On a serious note, however, students must also not forget to stay vigilant and take care of themselves because of some unfortunate events that are happening in our society right now with all the kidnapping cases that are arising.
And especially because COVID-19 is still around the corner waiting to infect anyone, students still have to be careful.
Ang qt ng mga chikiting na back to school na for face-to-face classes. Nakakabahala lang din yung safety nila knowing na rampant yung kidnapping cases these past few days. Ingat kayo plsss 😔
— ley (@gbrl_ley) August 22, 2022
Despite all of this and everything that’s happened in the past two years of the pandemic, students should definitely feel excited that they’re finally coming back to school for face-to-face classes and meeting their classmates, friends, and teachers once again all the while still staying safe and protecting themselves from illness.
Good luck to all students who will start their face-to-face classes this week. May our school year be amazing for us and be filled with happiness, hope, positivity, and productivity. I pray for everyone's safety and good health. We can do this. PADAYON! 🤍🙌
— Kathlene Mae (@kathlovesjodi) August 21, 2022
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