Since there were so many memories left behind, I find it meaningful or rather necessary to reflect back those beautiful times. I find that simple act of giving myself a thought about that, meaningful. Besides, it reminds me to cherish those God-given experiences, which I never believe it's coincidental at all.
The schedule for the 3-month Indian language crash course was really tight. From family day to language nights, to irritating exams and the passing up on all kinds of documents, from hospital trip to medical talk, to bonding time with tangga mates and heart-to-heart sessions with juniors, I remember them vividly in my mind.
I would like to thank my batch mates for celebrating my birthday in KTT. Indeed, an unforgettable and truly, a surprising one. Never expected it as everybody was crazily busy preparing for Hindi Night (including myself). Thanks to Mark the organizer. Love you guys!
"For a totally, utterly, absolutely inexperienced with much limited skills to direct a drama? It would be a disaster!" That was what I thought. However, miraculously, the 9-minute video drama turned out to be quite a success. Praise God for that and thanks to all who helped me!
Kannada Night, picture with 10-1-A3 mates
CF Farewell Part 2
Not so busy for Kannada Night, but that day itself the drama that we (KI 3) were supposed to perform was all over the place and we decided to change the whole storyline of the drama. That very day itself, we changed the story about Sir MJ and Sir Dore's class to commercials and advertisements, oh my. We really treasured every single second that we got for practice. Finally, what was impossible turned out to be possible! It worked! We were in fact amazed at how we performed.
CF Farewell Part 2
Part 1 of CF farewell was during last year in November. This time, it's really parting time. No more "Hope to see you in KI!", but "Hope to meet you one day in future, if that one day ever appears". Seeing the juniors growing spiritually through the course of time, I couldn't thank God more. I wish them all the best in future and I believe they will rise up to lead the super juniors who will be coming next month.
KI Graduation Day
Finally, I got to experience wearing an academic dress. Yes, I didn't wear it during form 5 because our school did not have a graduation ceremony for us. One thing to regret was I didn't get a hat to toss it up like what I normally watch in movies.
On top of all these, I thank the One who never fails to love me in the midst of my ups and downs. He has planned all these for me, Jeremiah 29:11. Here I am, ever ready to face whatever that lies ahead, knowing that He's in control.