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Wednesday, September 25, 2013

Mid-Autumn Festival: High School Version

So right after my unimates mid-autumn festival version, I had another high school version in the weekends. We bought Wendy's chicken and nuggets and brought them to the playground. Eating them with our bare hands just like happy kids again. We were so hungry that most of us were busy layaning our chickens only and not the lantern. Hahaha!

So on average I've known these girls for 7 years. Unbelievable it's been this long already, but they were all my former table neighbors, that after we graduated, our friendship got even closer. We spent time on road trips, most of the time karaoke-ing, shopping and eating good food and also a lot of gossip session. That's how girly we are from the girls' school. lol.

We were all from different courses different industries & fields, separated by oceans and thousands of miles and different time zone, we still could find similar topics. Now that we are all being reunited again back at the same place, our friendship still hold strong. Soooo happy now that I could meet up with them on the most spontaneous time day ever. They are the best ever that happened during my high school days. :)))



Mid-Autumn Festival: Unimates version

Ohaii, looks like it's been a few months since my last updates. I've slowly lose my blogging mode. I guess I will just need to revive this habit again. 

So last week, we had a steamboat gathering + lantern playing to celebrate Mid-Autumn Festival together. It's Khairul's first experience in playing lantern, glad that he shared the fun with us. So we spent our time after dinner at the playground struggling lighting up candles and carefully playing with the lanterns so that we didn't burnt them down. Playing on the swing and see-saw. That night was the night we were a bunch of 22 yrs old reviving our childhood at the playground, having our fun till the night is late. 

We had been friends for 4 years now, friends that I've made since the start of my college days. They are the people that I talk to frequently, people that I hang out with, people that I have fun with and people that I share my happiness and frustration with, and most importantly people that I annoyed them a lot. Hehehe! Now that we were all going on a separate ways, we don't get to eat lunch everyday anymore, there's still a bond that holds us strong. 

I am glad I have you guys, accompany me throughout my college days giving me the best days of my life. So much love for you all. That night we were all happy kids!