This year had definitely been a year like no other.
It was was great because I had friends that were there for me through the struggles in life. These were the peeps who made me who I am here today, to tell the world what they have done in my life. I must thank God for every struggle/difficulty/obstacle that has come my way because indeed He had a greater plan and He always had a way out planned for me.
Introducing the MEH 8!
fr R : Twan Ting, Yiyin , Jocelyn, Ee Laine, Daphne, Joanne , Germaine & Yee Teng
School life was much more bearable with them around. If I would to sum us up in 10 words it would be:
crazily cold and everything you would ever want to have
am I good or what? haha
Each of us with our unique personality and when mixed together, turned out as the best recipe ever! When we started out as mere acquaintances we never did dream/know that we would be where we are today, the best of friends/hangout buddies! I am definitely grateful for all the memories we had together. These two years with you girls were the best years of my secondary school life and I have learnt how to be more accepting because of all of you. We shared our experiences, jokes/coldness/38ness/knowledge with each other and it is a life lesson even more precious than gold or silver.
Then there were others too who made it all memorable too :
The Christian Fellowshippers or more commonly addressed as the Cfers
Above is a picture of an almost complete set of Cfers.
I have really grown in CF in the 5 years I’ve been there and one of the things I will miss after school is my Fridays spent with this bunch of people filled with the Joy of the Lord. These brothers and sisters in Christ that I have grown to love and fellowship over the years, not to mention my seniors who have put in so much effort to nurture us who later took over the CF after they were done with their duties are the invaluable. The difference between them and my other friends is that we have the same vision in mind and a common goal to achieve. We encourage each other when there is the need to and to cheer on the passion to reach the lost and to be an impact. I must thank God for the friends I’ve made here in CF especially Wai Leem and Aaron Ng who have been there for 5 years with moi (: It was a pleasure serving alongside you all and may the journey ahead be an even greater one for all of you blessed children of God.
I hereby declare you underweight!
Come on, work on those muscles! 😛
Ok I must say that you’ve been a good friend but don’t let this get to your head or I’ll take it back. With your humour you can go far but with your attempt to annoy people sometimes, that’s gonna get you in trouble (I’m just saying). Nonetheless I wanted to say thanks for lending me your ear when I needed it and being the “life of the party” most of the time. You also never failed to keep things moving (many times in Chinese class & during free periods) and say something really dumb to make us all *smack our heads. I also wish you all the best girlfriend in everything that you do and pursue in the future 😉
p/s: I want to get my license before you do! I am determined to do so at least.
I couldn’t have asked for a better friend. Period (:
The BM tuition peeps:
We may not be the smartest but we sure are the noisiest! Khin Khuin says we are BFFTs, Best Fiends For Tuition. You guys are annoyingly fun to be with. Here’s a toast to great tuition buddies!
THE Cell Group
The one and only cg who has a name to it, yup you got it right, the one and only. We’re called the Lame’ols because we can’t stop laming during lessons and we’re all too random. Plus if you’re looking for a cg, you should come join us. Did I tell you that we always have food? Or at least most of the time
Let me tell you briefly about how our cg is, a cg itself.
I : loud and random, Kerby : deep thoughts, Adam : sick jokes, Josh D : blurness, Jared : laughter, Kimmie : cheekiness, Lawrence : his absence , Annabelle : lessons and FOOD!
Not to forget
In every relationship there is surely to be its ups and downs, I guess it does apply in a family as well. It was a very important year for me and these individuals were the ones who put up with my crazy mood swings and what nots along the way. I’ve learnt to be grateful for what I have and to not complain about things I do not own from my dad because what I have is more than sufficient. My mum taught me to be more loving towards my siblings (I am still working on that) and to be more patient. Kel advices me not to repeat his own mistakes he once did and regretted and Jo, never fail to get on my nerves yet she surprises me with a new talent everyday 😉
There’s also the other relatives that I’ve spent my last two weeks of the year with, of which I am grateful for although I fell sick.
Had a great time with them girls in Afamosa. We are crazy when put together and I love it that way. Already missing you girls and can’t wait for you girls to come to my place. Till we meet and go crazy again!
Most of you may or may not know that I was in Singapore for a week and stayed for Christmas as well. The 8 days days was spent with my cousins, nephews, niece and of course my very own family. Most of my days in Singapore were spent with the two very lovely nephew and niece shown in the above picture. They, in the course of 8 days have clung on to me, my sister and my brother during dinners and trips to the malls and it melts my heart to have them around. It wasn’t easy for me to say my goodbyes to them the day we left because I really enjoyed my time spent with them and I am sure they did too.
There was also the Christmas dinner that was the event of the year for me.
There’s no place like home, and this is what I call HOME!
So have a blessed 2010 and this is my present to all you loved ones out there.
Much apologies if you were not mentioned!
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