The Most Terrifying Thing

Lying on my bed the night before, I suddenly saw the last scene in the Bern Station, where Chris stood on the other side of the platform waiting for his train to come, where I stood closely to the window to grab that last moment of our story till my train departed away. So afraid I was, I refused to believe that I might not see my lovely friends in KISC ever again. Also, I refused to believe that our saying goodbye that time means saying goodbye forever!


More terribly, when seeing a Nordic Day picture on Ali's Ringo album, though I could recognize many faces, I suprisingly couldn't tell their names in the first moment! Including Matt and Katie!!! IT'S HORRIBLE!!!IT IS! How can this happen??

I'm truly afraid....

I don't like this kind of life outside of the bubble.
I miss the old, golden days in KISC.......VERY MUCH!!!!!!


Away from Dream?

Being so busy at work and Japanese study, as well as all the other scouting and recreation schedules, it seems like I have less and less time studying English, not to mention preparing for the GradSchool application. Is this what I want?

Maybe I should think about this thoroughly, immediatedly!

Hey Girl! Wonna head for the States?


Training Camp in the Weekend

We got fantastic, GREAT, weather ever!
However, I was too tired to fully enjoy the training, and merely tried my best on my duty courses.

Yet, I had to admit that the sunshine did inspire people and cheer them up a lot. I couldn't help having a smile on my face when it was sooooo sunny outthere! Oh~~My lovely glorious day!


Gifts from Iceland!!

I Love You Ragga ^@^

My lovely Icelandic friend sent me a pair of socks, a magnet, and a postcard. Mommy read her postcard word by word, without any mistake, just like a kindergarten girl reading a book carefully. That was also lovely. :)

Oh~~~ How happy I am to receive such great gifts!!!!


Ben in the Dream

I dreamed of him last night. He called to say Happy Birthday, in awkward Chinese. Haha. Apparently it was a dream.

His "showing up" was really weird, for he's been in merely my memory for such a long time. However, did it reveal that I actually miss him a lot? To an extent that I didn't realize, but subconsciously knew? I got no clue....

I could hardly tell his voice through the phone in the dream. Soon, I'll forget it completely I guess.

Yeah, it's true. Those happened in KISC were dreams.


Happy Birthday to ME~

Oh yes! I turn into 23! Cheers~~~

Just as usual, I didn't get huge tons of greetings today. However, I got several important ones this time, and guess what? They are from all around the world!

Pedro, the Brazilian, sang me "Happy Birthday" song in Portuguese few days ago. Although it was me who asked for this favor, his energetic voice still made me happy. He further introduced me some typical cheers they would make after the song. They sounds truly interesting.

Julia, the German ex-Pinky, gave me her greetings through MSN. I guess she waited long before I logged in MSN again this morning. I was surprised that she remember!

Andrea, the Swiss ex-Pinky, sent an Email to say Happy Birthday. Her warmth still moved me, and her mail reminded of the happy golden days in KISC, in Kandersteg, and in Swiss again and again, and again.....

Ali, the British ex-Pinky, truly to my surprise, sent an E-card as well. After doing some analysis, hmmm, it's her PR instinct that makes her do so (haha) Anyways, I'm still grateful for that card.

MinJae, the South Korean scout from Busan, gave me a slight happy birthday after requiring. Currently serving in the army, it was never easy to meet him online. Though a little bit cheeky, I was anyways quite lucky!

Isabel, my best mate having holidays in the USA, sent me an SMS and said, "I was quite poor lately, so I don't have NT10 to buy you a B-D card, niether do I have NT5 to buy a stamp. Yet, I at least got NT3 to send you an SMS to tell you 'Happy Birthday!' " hahahaha~ I think she succeeded to save money, to excuse herself, and to please me simultaneously.

Nevertheless, Isabel couldn't beat Mr. Tobias, my other scout friend here in Taipei. His SMS read, "A-Lo~Happy Birthday for a hundred times! Wish you the best luck this year on your work and everything. Also, please find someone you like ASAP, since I've started to save a wedding red envelope for you. Please don't make me save for too long; otherwise, I'm afraid that I'll bankrupt soon~~~If you're lucky enough to have a baby within 3 yrs, I'll give him/her another gold lock(traditional gift for babies)! Anyways, Happy B-Day!!" I laughed hard with tears after getting this. What a creative greeting!

Calvin, another scout friend also sent me an SMS. All my families took me out for a feast in ShenKeng. Jeez, I'm quite satisfied at all these!


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