The last day of summer is always bittersweet. As the last few hours of summer slowly slips past, you start to reflect on the events that happened. More often than not, I find myself regretting that I have not done a million and one things over summer. I start to regret not enjoying myself a lot more than I already have.
But time is always like this. You never realise how much time you have wasted until it truly passed.
This summer is one of the BEST I've had. I FINALLY got to travel. Bangkok for 4 days and AMAZING KOREA for 3 weeks. Of course, my heart ached a little when I came home and saw the balance in my bank account, but my heart ached even more that I have actually returned home.
Those 3 happy weeks in Korea seemed like a distant dream. I only have the photos in my computer to remind me that I had actually been there.
By the way, as I'm typing this, school HAS ALREADY STARTED. For 2 weeks in fact. Which makes me even more miserable while typing this post. So excuse me if I sound sappy.
I spent the second last day of summer at Botanic Gardens. Ph & I had a picnic with BFF and her bf.
Lazing in the sun, eating, laughing and playing games. That's what summer holidays should be like everyday!
BFF had a really LOUSY hand of cards. Hahaha! As for picnic food, I made mash potatoes, ph made citrus tuna sandwich, BFF & bf bought tarts & swiss roll.
I'm now progressing into week 3 of school. This sem is going to be anthing but slack. Doubled sessions of tuition to at least 4 per week because all my tutees are graduating. Signed up to work for the library which I heard, required 6-8 hours, 2 days a week. I'll be performing (again) for Caderas Salsa in Bailamos, happening in 3 weeks' time, so I'll have to head back to school for training 3-4 times a week.
So... how do I find time to study?