Monday, December 05, 2011

Reflection on 2011

As the year draws to a close, it is about time to reflect on what 2011 has delivered.

In 2011...

  • I was awarded the best new employee for 2010.

  • I got a raise.

  • My beloved grandmother passed away. I miss her. Sometimes I wish that I could have spent more time with her. This got me thinking that most of us are usually too busy with our own life that we often forget to stop for a moment to think of the people we care about. We simply take it for granted that they will always be there.

  • A colleague who was jointly awarded the best new employee for 2010 passed away. It was a total shocking news. I actually saw him and his girlfriend doing their CNY shopping in Midvalley two days before the news and he was perfectly normal. Life is so vulnerable. You'll never know what's going to happen tomorrow.

  • Made the toughest decision to break up with someone who means a lot to me.

  • None of us could take care of the puppy anymore, so he was given away to a distant relative who lives in Taiping. I missed him terribly!

  • Went for a sleepy relaxing weekend trip to Langkawi with my bestie.

  • Found a way to get rid of my hormonal breakout. Read this.

  • Fell in love again.

  • Went for a momentous trip to Bali with the boyfriend and his business associates

  • News of a classmate from high school who was battling leukemia passed away. At this point, I seriously think that a lot of people passed away this year.

  • My sister in law got pregnant. So I'm going to be an aunty soon. I can't wait!

  • Went for a long holiday cruising to Ho Chi Minh City and Redang from Singapore with my beloved boyfriend.

  • Reconnected with a few good old friends.

  • Met a few new good friends.

  • Celebrated my birthday in a club for the first time.

  • Moving to a new house soon and I will be sleeping in a big room with a walk-in closet.

  • Well, those are some of the highlights and lowlights. I'm pretty sure that my next few weeks before 2012 will be just...awesome!

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