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Yes, I'm glad.

If you ask me what's the first thing I'll do when I go back to malaysia, I say, I will literally kiss the ground of Malaysia because I'm glad to be home again! There's soooo many things I want to do. For those who know me well enough, I am not a big food fan but working in the kitchen every day, I want to eat Bak Kut Teh in Subang, Steamboat, Alibaba's nasi lemak and sometimes I even dream of Hexi Chicken Rice nearby my university in the middle of the night. On top of that, I want to go and sing karaoke( I've been listening and practising Chinese songs since I got here, which is quite ironic to myself.) and watch all the movies... ALL. The movie tickets here could buy you a PDI Polo-T in Malaysia. The only movie I watched was Inception which is quite tiring if you're watching it after 8 hours of work, 4 hours of travelling. I want to meet so many people! I want my good ol' days in KL!
 
My friends! I missed birthdays celebration, their convocation, festival celebrations, nights out, gossips, worries and happiness... But I'm glad for having facebook. It really keeps me closer to those that I was close to, keep me connected with those that I failed to stay close with. This afternoon I logged into facebook and started reading everybody's statuses. I read of Wai Ting's complaint about audience who kicked her seat for two hours in the cinema, I smiled. I watched Tiffany's face on a local music video, I dropped my jaw (and proud of her, of course). I saw Evon and Vincent's picture on graduation, I recalled how far they've come.. how far everyone has come. I saw Mei Cher's post, Bernice's picture, Bee's birthday... everybody finally grow up but you guys still stay cute in my memory. Remember the 'graduation' song that we always used to sing and imagine how we would really be? =)

Like I noted, the past month was like hell for me. Now I realised that it's just a phase that everybody here would go through. First, it was me and Beckie. She was sick of this place. I was depressed but don't know why. Now we're just less than a month to go and Minh and Kathy is starting to undergo the phase. Nonetheless, I have no regrets for joining this program. It shows me things that I can't see in myself after living for twenty three years. Self realisation, they call it. And I know I'm among the lucky ones that have the opportunity to join this program.

After all, it is really time that matters. Time will come and bring you trouble then they sweep you away with joy.


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(Anonymous)
Sep. 19th, 2010 04:44 pm (UTC)
aku rindu you leylynn...
eunice [blogspot.com]
Sep. 25th, 2010 11:50 am (UTC)
Hey lynn,

In a few years time, you'll look back at this experience with a fond smile and it'll all be worth it. And just imagine, u will never run out of small talk or have trouble initiating/ maintaining a conversation with people because the stories that u can tell from this experience will be never-ending. Or rather, u can recyle ur stories over and over again. haha...
Though I don't see or meet u everyday, I still miss you, knowing that u're so far away. Well, all i can say is, sweep ur depression or sadness or kerinduan under the carpet and just go and have MAXIMUM fun and experience before u come back. Dont come back unless u ve tried absolutely everything there is to try. Take care!


*eunice*
ext_275507
Oct. 5th, 2010 03:05 am (UTC)
Cheap!
Cheaps!why my name is not in your memory list?hahahah welcome back!
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