Yes, ‘tis true.
I have resurrected my blog after more than a year of stagnation, and the reason is to make an announcement about a life-changing decision I have made…and the leap of faith I’m about to take.
*pause for effect*
OK, so I’m being overly dramatic, but to be honest this really is the most important and significant thing to happen in my otherwise boring life to date.
As most of you know, I’m studying in the University of Nottingham Malaysia Campus (UNMC). I’ve always wanted to write about life in UNMC, but never got around to it. There’s just so much to tell that the post would probably look more like a dissertation. Maybe, someday, I’ll blog about it. In the meantime, for those of you who want an idea of what goes on in my uni, take a look at the blogs listed on the left. About a third of them are by Notti guys and girls ;)
Anyway, one of the main reasons why I enrolled in Nottingham was the mobility programme, which offered the opportunity for students here to go to the
And so the past few months have been spent agonising over the decision of whether to go or not. Up till a few weeks ago I was still yo-yoing back and forth, which is why I didn’t make my decision public until now. I have decided to accept the offer, and will be in Nottingham
As some friends of mine know, I faced such difficulty in making the choice because I was heavily influenced by the opinions of friends and family. Many people felt it wasn’t worth the expenditure going to the
Now here comes the hard part: the goodbyes. I wish to say, with utmost sincerity, that I love my friends =) Over the years, I have built many great friendships which I hope will last a lifetime. Friends are what make life fun, and at the same time they provide a powerful support system that keeps me sane when all else seems to be going to hell. So to all my pals here in
To my buddies currently studying in the
Alright, that’s all for my big announcement. I think it’s long enough =P
I wish you all a very merry and blessed Christmas and a New Year filled with joy, love, hope, success and all that is good. To those who have exams coming up (especially my fellow Nottinghamers), all the best in your papers and may your results exceed your expectations =)
P/s: I can’t promise this blog will stay active, but I do hope to find some free time to chronicle my adventures in the