October 10, 2007

Deadly busy, but quite happy and enjoying~

The first week passed so quickly, as I was deadly busy at the very beginning of my final year. I got many appointments with my tutors, in order to discuss with them about my future plan. I was also worrying about my boy friend’s new life in UK, as it was his first year; of course he did have to face a lot of problems, such as cooking, communication, and finding lecture rooms and so on. Anyway, now his life is getting better and better; he can cook on his own, sometimes for me. I am really happy for him.
This year will be really busy, because out of my modules, I have one voluntary project to run; I also have signed up the WSC modules, as I have already got 20 cats for the first year. Life is really challenging, but I am sure I will try my best to adjust the relationship between study and my own life, because I have clear mind of my life long goal and my responsibility.
To be frank, I am really moved that I can always feel being attached importance by my bf. I also feel a bit sorry as I cannot accompany with him, just like other bf and gf, because of study and work. But he is really kind; he does understand me and encourage me to concentrate on learning. Although we don’t know what may happen tomorrow, we do know we should work hard together for our bright futures. So when we look back at the life in Warwick, we will never be regretful and ashamed.
“Never loose a single opportunity, as it will never come back again.” It is also the very reason that I decide to fall in love with my bf.

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  1. Tilly Harrison

    Now is the time to be busy – when you’re young and full of energy… there will always be time for things you want to do. No one will say you haven’t seized every opportunity, so well done – keep it up! (And don’t forget to study..!)

    10 Oct 2007, 17:57

  2. Of course I will. Later during the year, I will keep on writing more about my critical thinking about what I have learnt.

    10 Oct 2007, 19:12

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