It felt like forever since all of us from AUSMAT gathered together. Last weekend felt so complete with them and it reminded me again of just how grateful I am to have them throughout my Pre-U life.
Had turkey for dinner, played some games and chat the night away. Couldn't have been better!
All of us with our gifts from the gift exchange.
With the ladies.
Before we left I got Ken Xi to help me take a picture. ONE picture and the outcome was horrendous that I didn't even bother to ask for a second one.
I wasn't even ready! what the banana is this.
Then I said its okay, just take a picture for me and Sarah..
Take 1: I'm ready, she's not ready.
Take 2: She's ready, I'm not ready.
.. and after what seemed to be like a million shots, I finally found one that we are both ready!
Conclusion: Never ask Ken Xi to help take any pictures anymore.
Finally, meet Sarah. A very good friend of mine that I had a privilege to get to know in pre-uni and still remain so close after 3 years even though our personality and character is totally different. I don't know how we manage but, I love her to bits!
Sarah and Ken Xi
Got home and decided to stalk the 2011 me thanks to Facebook and laughed so hard when I reminisce on certain precious moments.
Okay, this was way way back to 2009 when I first met Sher Mun through a mutual friend at his school carnival. Friend told him I was Su Fan and 15 year old so I played along and had to endure 1 hour of him lecturing me to study hard for PMR.
After almost 2 years of not crossing paths, I met him in AUSMAT and was so puzzled why this person kept calling out to me "HI SUFAN" and the rest was history.
Another incident that made my stomach cramp from laughing was when me and Ken Xi were so denial we thought we had a shot in Sunway's badminton game. After almost 1 month of consistent practicing, we lasted 1 round though. Still proud! hahaha
At least give us credit for team spirit okay? We even shamelessly made our friends hold our names and cheer for us like a pro.
That's enough for now. It's starting to get too embarrassing.