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Just like that, one and a half years have gone by.

My A-levels has just ended. Yesterday.

It feels rather surreal. It feels like time flies. It only felt like yesterday that I entered A-levels, wishing that it was over. And now, it's really over.

Endings. It's always bittersweet. 

I'm really glad that the exams are over but I'm sad that all the experiences end here. I know that I will treasure those moments. Most of all, I know that I will miss those moments and the friends there. I do hope that our friendship will only continue to grow.

So much things have happened even if it's only a short time. Happiness, sadness, despair, hope, pain and fear.

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When I look back, I can see how much I have grown and everyone else too. When we started, we were but young naive teenagers. But now, we are slightly more mature and wiser. Growing into young adults. 

A-levels. It was torture but in this torture, we learnt so much.

Frankly, I still can't really accept that A-levels has ended. My brain still can't comprehend it. 

The ending of A-levels signify a close of one chapter. I guess, a new chapter will begin soon.

An ending always lead to new beginnings.

I know that I will miss what has passed but yet anticipate what is about to come.

But most of all, what I want to say right now is, 
Thank you.
Thank you to everyone for everything.
They have no idea what an impact they have made to me.
So, thank you.


Kath Lee said…
First of all, you finally updated your blog. yaaay~ and it feels like this is your most emotional post ever. So happy to read. *sad person likes this* LOL.

Just wanted to say, you sent an sms to me long ago before our finals started(idk if you remember) i wanted to reply you but then i thought it will be more appropriate to wait until our exams ended. I kept the everything that I wanted to tell you in my head but now I forgot what I wanted to say LOL. *what a shitty friend hahahaha* anyway you are an amazing friend. Thanks for staying by my side for one and a half year eventhough you could find much better friends. Just by being there with me is enough for me. And I'm sure you will get there oneday, the path that you've always wanted to go. I'll miss you so much. Let's keep in touch with each other! ^^
Kath Lee said…
BTW sorry for the typos. I just woke up. WTF.
Happy "Sam" said…
You can do it !!

No problem ~
Start is suffer.
After that is valuebale de !!


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