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Time to conquer the world...

I've just been thinking and wondering about some stuff. Stuff about my childhood.
Yup, I was just thinking about the good old days. (Not that I am very old...hehe..)

childhood Pictures, Images and Photos

Well, to be truthful, my younger self isn't much like what I am now or what I claim to be. I always claimed to be strong, aggresive and independent...but those were just lies. When I was younger, I was a fragile person who couldn't be left alone but I was such a damn good actress that even my parents fell for it.
I always admired strong people who were independent and wasn't afraid to speak their mind.

So now when I think back into my childhood, only three words explains all of it.


Now that I look back, I feel that my childhood was slighly wasted. (But overall, my childhood was quite fun~~!! I was just a little too innocent and naive.)

Who knew I could make so much mistakes when I was little... Let me tell you why.

1. I started writing at the age of 9 but I quit after my teacher called me stupid. (I wanted to be like Enid Blyton when I was young.)

2. I stopped playing my violin because I was tired with my horrible teacher.

3. I quit playing chess just because the girl whom I defeated was going to represent my school in a competition eventhough I deserved that place.

Yea...I was kinda dumb...My life would be so different if I didn't quit those things. *sigh*

SO NOW, I have to forget what happened in the past because now, it's the time to conquer the world.

Conquer the World Pictures, Images and Photos (ain't this a cute pic??)

First of all, I'm gonna start where I left off earlier such as I'm going to relearn my violin, I'm going to start writing and just maybe...I might start playing chess again.
Nothing is gonna stop me!!

Next week, I have a public speaking competition, and guess what, I'm going to make sure that I win it!!! (Good luck to all the other competitors but I'm gonna kick your ass! [Well, excluding Jun-chan, Rushi-chan & Qi-chan, I'll just have a friendly battle with all of you.] @ Eileen [Num 1 Rival in Public Speaking] You're so going down, Eileen~~!!)

I'm going to conquer the world and you can't stop me


Sam said…
You can do it ~~
Go for it ~~

I at here support you !!!

In your life ~~ nothings is waste ~~
Don't scare !!

Things you learn before , you will get advantages on it ~~

GO GO GO !!!
Fight ~~
Aw, a teacher called me stupid when I told her I wanted to be an astronaut and then I stopped wanting to be one.
.___. So, I know how you feel there.

I think a lot of people's childhoods were just too naive and innocent- But don't worry, you can always make up for lost time with things that you gave up when you were a kid. :)

And I hope you WIN IT~~~~!

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