Monday, January 05, 2009

Happy OH to the NINE

Overdue but HAPPY NEW YEAR :)

2008 seems like a blur of a whirlwind that currently at 2 in the morning and groggy but insomniac, I can only remember the past month. Which is easy, considering it mostly involves me working my ass off. And picking the old noodle a tiny bit, I remember 2008 as housing one of the most intense moment of my life, almost breaking me with tempts and emotions.

And then the past week was the one week I finally took a break, and school starts this week. Woohoo. That's right I'm cheering for school because it's an engine things to begin.

You know how they say the new year should begin positively, as it reflects how the rest of your year are going to be like? Hm.

On the eve of new year's eve, I caught up with old friends. On new year's eve, bestie and I got high over Ponyo Ponyo and Kung Fu Milk Tea and talking about playing dance dance revolution on Wii and then rushed home to watch The Little Nyonya. Which means we both spent new year's at home :). And screaming a hearty HAPPY NEW YEAR!!! out the window when the clock strikes. Fun fun fun I love it when my mom calls me crazy.

And then the next day I went across the border via the new checkpoint - super easy and fuss-free that I heaved a huge sigh of relief that FINALLY it's been done. I fought with my mom over the most silliest thing ever, but I found out what a cool aunt I have and how unconsciously comfortable I was with her.

Then shortly after, I made a bad decision over something I should've known better. I'll be over it, I always do. On the bright side, I was grasping at hopes and dreams that didn't die, and I discovered things about myself that were crucial in keeping my head high.

Oh, and it's funny what hearing "I like your groove-" does to you. Yeeeaaaah baby I'm groooovy.

The next day, I had a phone fight with my dad.

Hmm. Bittersweet beginnings, bittersweet year?

Resolution #1: Not only to be financially independent, but take risks. Studentry is the perfect excuse.

Resolution #2: Rediscover passion that I've lost and let lost in youthful ignorance.

Resolution #3: Treasure the friends I have and have made, and don't kill myself over those who... are plagued with circumstances.

Resolution #4: Travel more yoooo.

I'm sure I'll randomly come up with resolutions here and there that I'll eventually forget about until I fulfill it.

Typing out my 2 am thoughts is relieving. Resolution #5: Blog more.

Happy New Year, and cheers.

4 comments:

shen said...

Happy Happy New New Year! HAHAHA!
Yes, I need to travel! And we need to travel together, at least for once!

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