Wednesday, February 12, 2014

kaleidos 2014

It's been a whole year since I've first stepped foot into the MPH - music bouncing off the walls of the hall, fixtures bobbing up and down in the air, the excited voices of OGlings and OGLs, the hustle and bustle of awkward introductions and new beginnings.
It's quite a different experience, being an OGL and being an OGLing. 
Nonetheless, I can't tell you how grateful I am to have had this second orientation experience, to be able to meet so many new and lovely people, I am so so blessed.

I am thankful for each and every single one of you, thank you for making all the work we've done for the past few months all entirely worth it. It was so heartening to see you guys playing your hearts out, slapping each other till some of you had internal bleeding (like seriously guys CHILL HAHA), and making the most out of your orientation and your time together (-: know that the bonds forged do not and WILL not last merely for the duration of orientation, continue to make new friends and keep your old ones, ALL THE BEST IN JC please do not be scared or hesitant, just WHOO give it your all and take up every opportunity and NO REGRETS GUYS. Thank you for making me a happy OGL and I'm always here if you need me :-) It's been a pleasure to have been able to guide you along during orientation, and I hope that you guys feel at home in RJ :-* I love you guys, see you all around. 

Before & After Orientation with hannahleow photosynthdisis and chantianmin omg i couldn't have been more blessed to have you guys as my fellow OGLs thank you for helping me when i'm tired and making me laugh and for our endless love for shipping people together HAHA I love you guys and i couldn't have survived four tiring yet fulfilling days without the three of you :'-) 

to the loves of my life HAHAHAHA I can't tell you guys how much I've missed all of you although we've only spent four days apart from each other and the rest of the class. 
I love you guys so so so so so so much and the separation anxiety as a result of spending less than (at least) 8 hours a day together five times a week is a testament of it (I kid, I kid, but wah so much lav)