Thursday, November 17, 2016

Back From Graduation!

I should have posted here as soon as I got home from my graduation at Sarawak. I am so sorry. Honestly, I'm kinda bad at keeping my blog updated but I promise you, I'm trying as hard as I can.

I flew back here on the morning of Nov 9th. I was kinda sick along the trip so I was glad to get bacl home and just rest however long I wanted and that was one of the reasons I didn't get to update my blog.

       the trip was actually not that bad as I thought it would be. Two nights before my flight, I was filled with so much anxiety. I couldn't sleep well and wanted to cry for no reason... which was weird because I HAD NO IDEA WHY. I was probably just overthinking stuff that I was sure that things would somehow go wrong. I mean, graduation is another big step in my life I had to take. I didn't want it to go wrong. Gosh, I hate feelings.

However, with prayers and encouragement from my internet friend, Mel, I got through it. Some uneasy things did happen though like me being sick with food poisoning and vomitting in the bathroom at 5 am and some family bickering but hey, a lot of interesting things happened too!
Besides, I get to meet my old friends again and it was a lot of fun. Things are going so great with their lives and I am so proud of them. Still, I started to compate their lives to mine again. Sigh. Why do I always do that?

(Left to right) Farhana, me, Hazirah, Azizi

(Left to right) Me, Lyana, Farhana, Hazirah

(Left to right) Shyrul, Hazirah, me, Farhana, Azizi
There are way too many photos and I can't post them all here. I you're friends with me on Facebook, you'd probably already seen them anyway.

So, on the day of my graduation, I met my former lecturers again! It was so overwhelming how they were truly so proud of me. Mr. Zaidi and Mr. Razif called me right after the graduation just for a selfie with me. Like, thsy instantly turned towards me and I wasn't even near them! 
Oh and other than that, Miss Julie and Miss Syida offically met my parents for the first time. The two people who raised me and the two people that pulled me through during college. It was a big moment for me when they were shaking hands.

Before I left, I had a little talk with Miss Syida about what's my next plan gonna be. I was scared when she brought it up but turns out she was super sweet about it. She told me that she saw my portrait business updates on Facebook and she was proud of me. She kept assuring me that it doesn't matter that I haven't continued studying right now as long as I don't plan on stopping. She even told me that she would always be available when I need to come to her for consultation or just needed some questions answered.

Miss Syida and I <3
Oh okay now I'm tearing up again  
(Quick, Susan! End this with something funny!)

Oh by the way, the day before my graduation, when I was heading back to my rented dorm room, I saw my freaking ex (which I haven't seen for more than a year) casually eating at the cafe so I sprinted the other way and accidentally crashed with my friend, Lyana, and that is thw story of how Lyana's teeth mark was on my collarbone for the next few days.

Ok I don't know how to end this so here's more pictures. Enjoy.

With Mom and Dad

2 reader's feedbacks:

  1. It's not about how often you break, as much as it's about how often you pick it back up again ☺️

    "... and that is thw story of how Lyana's teeth mark was on my collarbone for the next few days." BAHAHA!!!!!

    I am so proud of you ♥️

    “Those who fear you shall see me and rejoice, because I have hoped in your word.”
    ‭‭Psalms‬ ‭119:74‬ ‭ESV


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