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Archive for July, 2008

Back in Singapore!

Yup, finally back after a wonderful 3.5 weeks in Edmonton! The first 3-4 days was quite a stretch emotionally, but by God’s grace, I’m glad that I had a great experience overall. Right now, I’m missing the place and the great bunch of people that I’ve met on the program =(. But oh well, guess all good things have to [...]

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Final days in Edmonton

Sorry everyone, for the lack of updates. Been really busy with school stuff. The course I took  was condensed into 3 weeks so yea, it was pretty intensive! Anyway, I’m glad that it is FINALLY over. The past 3 weeks of school have basically left me feeling like this on some days. But of course, Reese’s Peanut Buttercups [...]

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Alright I think I’ve got loads of pics which would be too many to feature here but just some key ones…    We’ve got wild hares on campus! This one was found nearby my residence. They only come out either early in the morning or in the evening when there are less people around. There [...]

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I’m doing HEAPS better as compared to that horrible day. Gradually starting to enjoy the experience.  Really thank God for helping me pull through and for all of you who prayed for me! Perhaps one can only go through challenges in order to get stronger, and that is a major reason to why I chose to come here. The frog [...]

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Eh…Homesick.

The bed’s quite comfy, the dining hall food’s good (Love the potato eggs thing I had for lunch. Yum.), I have a sofa in my room but… I was feeling shitty earlier. My mom called several times from Singapore but I was initially very hesitant to pick up because I was weepy and I didn’t [...]

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It’s pretty late now and I have to be up at 630am tomorrow so here’s a quick summary of thoughts: a) As much as I’m excited, I have some anxiety and a pinch of homesickness creeping in. I can attribute it to either PMS, the prospect of going overseas alone for the first time (yes, [...]

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The worrying and fretting for over a week was worth it after all! Now let’s have the pictures do the talking…    Enjoying the ambience before party preparations… The BBQ pit. Basically a recycled oil drum cut in half and fitted with a grill. Did it’s job well nonetheless. The BBQ People. Responsible for the yummy prawns, stingray, [...]

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