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You Know You Love Me
Friday, 13 November 2009, 8:41 pm

The result when boredom strikes. Jia Deng, Jun Mae, and I. Notice our super chio hot pink uniforms?
Hi everyone. So yeah, today was the last day of school for some of us. Actually, our year end holidays officially starts on the 21st of November, but since SPM starts on Monday, we have to go to school on alternate days when all of us has to be uber quiet! En. Musawir chose to let the form one's off for an early holiday though. I guess some teachers really do hold a grudge against us. Hmmm..
Anyway, I know it's not even close to Christmas yet, but I have to admit that the past year in our class has been great. I got to know everyone in class sooo much better, I had a great opportunity to become the president of a club for once (LOL!), I was a librarian percubaan for a day, we had a whole-year supply of passes to get out of class whenever we wanted to, we've managed to go through another year of Pn. Phang-ness, et cetera. Hopefully we won't have to stream next year. ):
Speaking of Pn. Phang, the last time we saw her was on Tuesday, when she officially announced to us that she will no longer be teaching in our school as she wanted to transfer back to some school in Puchong. Well, at least we won't have to worry about her switching to the morning session and teach us Maths. Trust me, my Maths already suck enough, 33/100 leh, I don't need her to make it worse than it already is.
The whole day in school today we pretty much discussed about what we're planning to do about our RM300 worth of class fund. So, I guess we'll be settling in Tze Ken's house on the 21st of November for a potluck party. Hopefully we'll have tons of fun! Wee Ren asked me to post up what we're all supposed to prepare for the partayy:
Jia Deng's gonna buy Satay (I think she's gonna buy 50, if I'm not mistaken)
Wee Ren: Drinks (1.5 litre bottles)
Little J: Domino's pizza, wine, jelly and finger food
Zheng Yi: Fruits
Zhou Yen: Disposable utensils + balognese spaghetti
Su Ann: Fried spaghetti
Lick Yin: Sparkling juice
Now that I'm typing it out, it doesn't seem a lot anymore. Am I missing something out? ):
Sometimes it's hard to see the lines we've drawn until we've crossed them. That's when we rely on the ones we love to pull us back and give us something to hold onto.
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