So the problems we face as a hostelite are countless. Our days starts at 6 a.m. with us rushing towards the common washroom to get the *first, first* washroom because the chances of lizard lying there are less.😂😂 Then we quickly brush our teeth, get fresh, and rush towards the sharing unit, called a mess. The breakfast due to which we rushed, and struggled is just a fried egg, two breads, a butter, a jam, and ofcourse a tea. (I’ll make a post on the *menu for a week*).
The time we take to eat breakfast depends on the timings of our classes. Let’s say, if we have a class at 8 a.m., then we complete our breakfast by 7:30-40 a.m. and rushed towards our respective rooms to get dressed for a class. But if we have a class at, say 9:30 or 11:00 or 2:30 pm., then that the ideal situation for us to sit at mess, get relaxed, eat slowly, and chatt non-stop 😂 As I’ve mentioned in my first post of the hostel series #1 that there are specific timings for breakfast, lunch, tea, and dinner, so we’re not allowed to sit in a mess after that specific time.
After taking classes, we rush towards the canteen for a slush. The only thing I prefer having in this hot weather and hectic, and tiring day is a cold slush especially with the blueberry and black current mixed; It’s so yummy. I like lychee too. After that, we come to hostel for a lunch, take bath, get fresh, do prayer, and go to sleep till 4 p.m. At 4 p.m. we co.e again come to mess for tea and snacks. This time, while I’m having a tea, is my most favourite part of the day. After having tea, we do our assignment, and whatever work we have and after dinner at 8 pm. we chill and relax. We play games, do chatt with our seniors, do prayer, set alarm, ad go to sleep till 6 a.m.