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Yorke Peninsula

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Dear Daddy,

If you were still with us here, you would have turned another year older.


You’re still sorely missed. So many things have happened since your last birthday. Today’s day 468 since you’ve been gone. Have you met Pastor Henry up there yet? We got the sudden news that he left us whilst away on a mission trip to India. I told him to give you a hug when he sees you, did you receive that hug?

Dad & Mum

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Week 12 of semester 2!

Week 11 may not have been one of my busiest weeks (since starting uni), despite the fact that I was procrastinating doing one of my assignments, but I still feel so tired from it. Anyway, week 11 of sem 2 ended on a happy note. Only because at the end of that week, there were a few things that made me smile. Continue reading

The family picture

Say cheese?

Ahh… The proud parents and their two angry little kids. Don’t know why my brother and I look so glum. Especially my brother, he obviously made no effort to disguise his displeasure. I look like I was giving the photographer the death stare. Must have been the dress, those dresses made me feel itchy all over. What’s up with my mother’s hair? Why did she have such short short hair?! Ah well…

That’s about the only family picture that’s taken by a professional photographer. That photo is like, so, so old.

Hello high school

Hello Yunan

Hello Yunnan

Everyone seems to be reminiscing our high school days. So I felt partially obligated to post something about high school. Haha.


Ok, I made an online album for my Australia photos. Partially because my parents are bugging me for photos and I refuse to add them on Facebook. Here it is!


So now there’re pictures on both Facebook and Shutterfly. Enjoy! 😀

She’s a great teacher

Met up with my English teacher today, along with JT. It was awesome to see her again and chat about what nightmares IB gave us. And about our juniors as well as our other teachers. It’s been so long!

She’s returning to Singapore (for good) soon, so hopefully we’ll be able to meet up again along with the other teachers (:

However, that would also mean that SSIS is going to lose an awesome teacher.