Year 2006World Peace? No Famine? Fair Trade?
Well they are ideal, but not realistic enough to be New Year's hopes, just leave them to the politicians (or to President Bush, to be precise…)
On an individual level, the beginning of 2006 may only mean a year(2005) of hard work has vanished and another year of even more hard work is coming. So do you think I want the new year to come? Trust me, I do.
It was a great month before the term ended, lots of exciting moments to be recalled, and lots of tests were held(or hell?). It was the most busy term since I had been to Warwick, a truly fruitful one which I believe I learned a lot from it. The WSC complications, the 6-module timetable, the House 'soap' and the end-of-term drama. I believe there's still a lot going to happen during my seem-so-long-yet-so-short time at Warwick, and no matter what the outcomes these experiences will be, I'll have a lot to learn.
Right now, nothing is certain to me but one – wish me and my friends and their loved ones a Happy New Year, especially to you lovely.