My dear lecturer
It has been a while since we last interacted. I have a lot to tell you, but first I would like to appreciate the support you have given me in ensuring I get the best grade available. You’ve been like a mentor in my career path. The course was never easy as seen in some of my colleagues. The pressure to complete assignments on time, the RATs, CATs and the main exam. It was truly a bed of thorns.
I also appreciate the initiative to take us as a class to the world’s largest technology exhibition. I learnt a lot of things, met with representatives of the various popular tech companies in the market. It was quite an experience. I hope someday I will get to work with some of them or rather get to use most of their products. Thank you.
I cannot fail to note that since I joined the institution, never did I notice you eyeing the girls in class. Honestly, they were damn too pretty until sometimes I would stop being too serious with life and wonder if they were created the same way as the rest of us! (laugh) I am glad that you treated them as your daughters and not your future concubines.
Though I have a matter to address that I feel you went too far. Yes, I was the course lead student, but taking the advantage to give me extremely tough assignment was never fair. I remember there is a day I went to my house fatigued, not only in the body, but also the mind. I had to update my Wi-Fi data plan to suit the assignment. What was your intention? Were you trying to prove the point that I am the best to lead the 41 brains in the country’s leading institution in high-tech innovation? Let me remind you that being a student leader doesn’t really mean one needs to be the best performing student! I hope the current student leader is not going through what you took me through.
I was equally not impressed by when you used to make midnight calls. Trying to convince me to date your daughter was not professional. The fact that I am intelligent, hardworking and to crown it all, somehow responsible, does not put you in the position of a match-maker for me and your lovely daughter. Why force things to work out, yet you know love is mutual? Yes, I admit to the fact that she is any young man’s dream, but I could never compromise the professionalism in me. My parents raised me to be a corporate titan, and professional ethics came first in the training.
With all said, I hope you will work on the issues raised to be a better person in the future.