Saturday, October 29, 2005

I'm a high school graduate

and I'm so sad now.
We had an amazing graduation ceremony this morning, with lots of laughters and tears. Everything was so special and touching. Everyone hugged, and some cried together. I didn't cry, I never cry like that, I need to be alone and let everything sink before I can cry. Like now.
I'm feeling so lost. Thinking that I might not be able to meet lots of people ever again.
Thinking that I won't be coming back here again in a long long time. Everything won't be the same anymore.
In a part of my speech today, I said, " Saying good bye is never easy, but we have to go, because we still have a long journey ahead of us." True enough, everyone will go to our own separate ways. Some are lucky enough to go together. They'll go to Taiwan, Singapore, KL, US, Aussie, etc. And I'll go alone to UK. I really hope that I'll like it there. It's been my dream since I was 14.
I know that I'll miss this place a lot. This little island where I have spent 7 years of my life. 7 precious years.
Did you all feel this way when you graduated?
Anyway, what can cheer up a girl better than chocolate in this kind of time? And my SP sure knows that. Look what I got in the mail today.
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Thanks dear, you got it just in time when I needed it the most ;)
I'll have a time off for myself for this weekend, then it's back to work with decorating our school hall for the prom, busy busy me.

Notes : I'll remember this day for the rest of my life.

10 comments:

marirob said...

I teared up a little reading your post, even though my high school graduation seems so far away! I remember being very sad to leave all of my friends at the end of high school, but the friends I made in college and afterwards are the ones that are my true blue friends. Just think of this time as the beginning of a whole new time in your life... Alright, too much babbling from me, just be excited that you have so many more experiences ahead of you - enjoy them!

JessaLu said...

Congratulations on graduating! Try to think happy thoughts - this is a great accomplishment!

Mimi said...

Congratulations to you! It's sad to part with your friends but don't worry, good friends are separated just by the distance not by their heart. Keep in touch with them and you'll meet them again.

Anonymous said...

Hi.. Congratulations on graduating! It is such an important moment. It is sad to leave all your friends, to think that everyone is going their separate ways and that this special time that you've spent together is over. I can so clearly remember graduating from HS in 1990. Ha, I'm so old! And I still keep in touch with a few of my really close friends. And, I'm glad you like the chocolates.

Ruth said...

congratulations!! i think i got teary-eyed during my graduation... and i hardly ever cry at anything!! (ok, maybe weddings, but that's about it) =P
p.s. thanks for the mohair compliments! i will definately knit it up very carefully so i hopefully will never have to frog/tink back. =)

happyspider said...

oh yuvee, its always a little bittersweet isnt it? so sad to leave our friends but happy to have acheived..
this is why god invented knitting my dear :)
congratulations

Vanessa said...

Hey Yuvee, congratulations. I know is sad to part with friends. I did that so many times because of my move. I'm sure you'll meet new friends in the future. I agree with mimi, good friends will always in our heart. I wish you all the best. Cheers!

joy said...

Congratulations on your graduation! It's been almost 20 years since I graduated from high school and I still keep in touch with my friends! :) And you'll be sure to meet lots more in the years to come! I envy you being able to go to an entirely new place. It'll be an adventure for sure. ;)

erin said...

Congrats on graduating. You will love studying in UK and make many new friends too.

tanti said...

congrats for your graduation!!
senior high always staying longer in our memories,that's our best time!!

you will love UK .. and have lots of new friends!! :)