Friday, May 05, 2006

Hardy hard

Thanks! School getting kinda hard, at least for me. Can't seem to keep up, sianz... How are all of you doing???

Sunday, March 19, 2006

when are your CTs? Coming right up after the holidays? good luck people (:

Friday, March 17, 2006

Nil

Ooo, banana has spoken. Post a photo of yourself, wanna see how good (bad) your hair is. So what to do after cts? I wanna ice skate, but...Oh well... Lets watch V for Vendetta!!!

Thursday, March 16, 2006

Be Happy

kevin, at least you have your hair. Mine is growing out from fuzziness into something that resembles a brush. ):

I say yes to an outing! How many other people has nat tagged again? She is quite the mini-K'zar (: and i will admit i had to check my K'zar booklet to confirm that OGLs were indeed called K'zars, that is how terrible my memory is these days. Growing old is often like that. :/

Sunday, March 12, 2006

I'm Green.

with envy everytime i see them j1s having fun while i'm couped up in class. I wanted to post something intelligent but i see nattan has beat me to it. I couldnt agree more. The og reunion sounds like a great idea! count me in

hellos!

hello io'ren! omg the blog's alive again! =) anyway, it'll be great to have an OG outing after our CTs.. i wonder how's everyone doing! especially shoujie and ruth! anyone know wat they got for a levels? =p

Thursday, March 09, 2006

Lifestyle!

Yeah, go nat! I wonder how many more people know about this. Anyway, Time is so precious nowadays. With the up coming SSEF and ct, I am really pressed for time time time. Yawnz. To the people who are reading this, do come and support me at science centre this saturday 11 to 5. As well as all other rafflesians presenting. It'll be fun@!@#@

Wednesday, March 08, 2006

O2 - Part Nat.

Hello. So it is one year later - - a long time since we've last gotten together.

A lot of things have changed, a lot of us have changed.

I'm an OGL now. So's Xuefen. It's kinda different looking at things from an OGLs perspective. You kinda have to make sure that nobody's left out all the time and constantly look out for everybody. It's super tiring. Then you have to worry about how well they can bond togheter and how long they'll even last together. My OG's pretty diverse & it's rather challenging to keep them together on top of school/cca work as it already is. Well and O2 might probably have been the last time some of them will see the OG as it was for some of us in the OG. Well it is slightly easier in the sense that you have this special place in the OG- - all you have to do is to make it work. Harder than it sounds though.

I told my OG that their OG will always be special for them - cos it's the first group of people that you meet at RJ. That they'll always be there for you, if you ever need anybody to lend support you can count on them. Well I guess that's not entirely true - not everybody counts the OG as something special & the population at the Z'cove (as we call it now) slowly dwindles...

I was complaining to Shoujie that putting us together in an OG was useless, especially evident from how many OGs are dead and that Io'ren is already dead. But he said that it's the bond between individual OG members that count more. Then I started to count the number of people from the OG I still converse with, which is a rather insignificant number. Or the number of people I still greet when we meet each other along corridors even. Not a lot I guess.

But one thing I know of is that Io'ren was and still is special to me. I really felt at home and enjoyed my first week in RJC and for that I have Io'ren to thank.