It’s Graduation Day!


2 days back, it was a day I long waited for.

However, there were really much mixed feelings that day – happiness yet sadness.

On the 30th May 2014, I ended my journey in Polytechnic.

I know I am definitely going to miss this place and somehow I felt like I have just entered not long ago.

I guess that’s how fast time flies..

Here’s all my thankful words.

I guess I will keep it short because I guess my emotions and gratitude cannot be fully measured and expressed through words.


Dear Family,

Thank you for being around and thank you for all the support you have given me throughout all these 3 years.These years haven’t been really easy on me at times but thank you for sticking around, supporting me and watch me overcome the hurdles in life to get to where I am today. I am really grateful for everything. The flying kiss I blew on stage after receiving my certificate was for you. I owe everything to you all.  I might not be the best daughter in the world but thank you for loving me. Thank you so much and I love you all 🙂 

Dear My Loved ones from Heaven,

I thought of you when I was on the stage. I hope all of you are watching me and wish I have made all of you proud.

I miss you.

Dear Lecturers/ Tutors,

Thank you for all the guidance you have given me throughout all these 3 years. I have learnt alot, not just academically but through lessons, I have also understood the values in life. Thank you for all the chances you have provided for us and allowing us to see and think out of the box.

Dear Coursemates and Friends I have met in school, 

Happy Graduation! Thank you for being such wonderful coursemates. As being a small course, I’m pretty glad I managed to talk to most of you and even became good friends with some of you. I’m really glad to have met all of you in school and remember our journey doesn’t end here. I really hope that all of you can pursue what you love and all the best in your future endeavours! To friends whom I have met through orientation, although we are in different courses, I’m really glad that I met you all. We came to school together and now we are graduating together! Keep in touch, everyone! 🙂 I’m really going to miss all of you.

Dear Friends and people I know around me,

I’m always thankful to have all of you around me. During our happy times, we shared our laughter. During our sad moments, we shared our tears. Thank you for listening to my rants and thank you for always being there to share my joy with me. Although some of you might not be able to make it for my graduation ceremony, thank you for always being around! Thank you for the wishes, text messages and mails. And also, special thanks to those who have celebrated with me and even brought gifts to my school during the day itself. I love all of you 🙂


They were all the reasons why I managed to hang in there.

Thank you all for everything.

Really really appreciate it alot ❤


Welcome to the next phase of life and I guess I’ll be reminiscing all these memories…

#32 Dad,

The best gift he ever gave,
was something so noble and brave.
The stories he shared,
consists of experiences he had.
Allowing us to gain from he learnt,
these were the things we earned.
Showering us with love,
putting us as priority above.
Being there when we need,
always being our lead.
Shining us through our darkness,
giving us the necessary brightness.
That love which was irreplaceable,
have taught us what was valuable.
The everlasting love will always glow,
and I really appreciate it so.


Hi everybody! I am back! I apologise for not blogging recently, just didnt have much time to do so.

SIP ended yesterday and lots of emotional feelings and thoughts came by..

I really felt more experienced and grown up after these 3 months of SIP and the most important thing is that I have learnt so much from my workplace, the colleagues, people I interact with and experiences I had. Indeed many things have to be experienced by ourselves to really feel and learn from it.

And I…. found a new dream. 😛 I’m not going to blog it but I will tell you if you ask me the next time I see you on the street or something. Hehe.

I will also like to share this picture 🙂


Keep our positive mood on and we will be fine!

Anyway, so I met with my friend after work yesterday and she went crazy after seeing…



And I just cant stop laughing at her..

Our dinner for the night~



And we went to do this…. known as the “kids” game but is okay. We exchanged as congratulation gifts. 😛 hehe.

We are big kids and we went to watch ….


It is a real great movie and it reminds me of tangled tale.


Here’s the teaser and trailer:

This movie is really recommended if you want a good laugh.

And today, went for Walk for Love event and it was really great!!


Despite having to wake up early, I really felt very happy.

And I met some of my good buddies there too! 😀

Another thing is the wonderful scenery though it was really hot.




Wonderful and awesome day! I really love it when I do something meaningful. hehe Im sure you do too!

“Kindness in words creates confidence. Kindness in thinking creates profoundness. Kindness in giving creates love.”
― Lao Tzu

Oh yes, for more good posts, please refer to 🙂

With so much loves,


My Favourite Posts..

Thought I’ll just share a few of my favourite posts here for all of you to read. hehe. 🙂

This post was actually meant to cover the question I posted during March but I’ve decided to change the way and here goes.

These following below are my favourite or the most meaningful posts to my heart and soul, so if it is possible, please take some time to read it.

I’ll be really grateful 😉

The top 10 posts: (not ranked accordingly)

My 100th Post and life story

Letters to Heaven

Letters to Heaven #2

Thank you, grandma


Precious Memory

Life #9

Smile all problems away (Poem)


Family love (Poem)

Hope everyone like these! 🙂

Leave some comments too!!  Have a good weekend everyone~

“To live is the rarest thing in the world. Most people exist, that is all.” 
― Oscar Wilde 

With loves,


#2 Letters to heaven

I know I have promised for a blog post about my question in the previous blogpost but something happened recently and thus, I will postpone that to future post.

Next, I will be sending another letter to a dear one, who have just gone to heaven.


Dear Uncle Cheng,

Firstly, thank you for the memories in my 18 years of life.
Thank you for always chatting with us. I will miss those times when we talked about education or some experiences in our lives.
I will also miss the times when I shared with you about my volunteering experiences.
Thank you for the jokes and pranks you always play on us since we are young.

I remembered how you used to shout my name from behind and gave a smile.
I remembered how you made a fool out of us when you pulled the loud trigger that scared all of us when we entered the house.
And for the second time, I had myself prepared before you could press the trigger. That moment was pretty much hilarious. :’)
I also remembered when we are playing games, you love to cover our eyes and asked us to guess who you are.

These few days were tough for all of us.
Our feelings cannot even be expressed by words.
These days were unbelievable and everything felt so unreal. Perhaps it was too sudden for all to accept.
I lost a person to chat with, a person to read and give comments about my blog and articles and an awesome person in my life.

Yesterday, the last day of the funeral, it rained heavily, as if the sky was soaking with our tears. That emptiness in our heart was made even more obvious.

Rest in peace, dear uncle.
Thank you for being a great uncle all along.
Thank you for all the great memories you left behind. 

It was blessed to have you as my uncle.

We will miss you.




-“When my arms cannot reach people who are close to my heart,I always hug them with my prayers.”

Thank you, grandma :’)

Today can be the happiest day of my life. I will say.

Once in 2 blog posts below, I wrote about how I have missed the chance of telling my grandma the words, especially those 3 words, ” I love you ” .

Last night, or I will say today morning, I dreamt of her.

In the dream, I finally told her what I wanted to say.

She smiled..

And she looked so good and happy.

In the end, I woke up crying.

She had heard me..

Thank you grandma, for letting me put down this regret I have carry for years.

I really hope that you are doing well.

I love you :’)


“Love is like the wind, you can’t see it but you can feel it.”
― Nicholas Sparks, A Walk to Remember

Family love,

She walked in the rain,

hoping to wash away her pain.

It was too much for her to hold,

when the truth was told.

The family she was in,

was somewhere she wasn’t supposed to be seen.

All the memories from these years,

were formed into drops of tears.

She had no single idea,

that her family kept the secret away from her.

Why did they not tell her she was adopted all along?

Was it really right or wrong?

String of tears just kept rolling down,

where happiness was nowhere to be found.

Sound of footsteps running behind her could be heard,

never had she ever felt this hurt.

She turned and looked behind,

her eyes just in time to find,

the drenched family of hers.

When they finally reach her,

they know there wasn’t any more words to say.

She was brought into a tight hug,

and she knew where was she to find such a good luck?

With her blurred and teary vision,

she was even more certain with her life mission.

This life was what she wanted,

so what if she was adopted?

She have the greatest family ever,

she was never going to let go, never.

She smiled with her tears of joy flowing down,

it was a happiness that for that instance, she thought it will never be found.

Hand in hand,

she stood up with them.

Then, they strolled back home slowly,

forgetting about the pouring rain totally.

Hope you like it! 🙂

The story scene is actually about this girl who just realised that she was an adopted child of the family. At first, she couldn’t take the truth until her family comes along. Then she figured that, it wasn’t really important whether she’s born in this family or not. It is what she has now that is important.

Quote: Family is the most important thing in the world.

-Princess Diana