It's amazing what 5 days can do to a group of strangers coming from different schools. Looking back at these eventful days, I'm amazed at how we grew to bond together and also how we grew closer to each other. I still remember the first day when we introduced ourselves to each other. Sheriff (Zhan Hong) definately didn't talk much, Winston was basically silent, and most of us were still awkward with each other. After that day, through the games and activities, especially Scrabble, I started opening myself more to all of you. By the time we played the Shampoo game I can say that I'm totally in love with this group. I'm sure most of you all started to become more active in the group too.
It's really awesome the way we cheered each other on in games, how we all complained that certain lectures and totally boring and a waste of our precious time, and how we all agree that sitting in the hall for freaking 6 hours bores the hell out of us.
Campfire totally rocked. We were screaming at the top of our lungs despite having sore throats and joined human trains going nowhere again and again. It was totally awesome. At the end, the fact that we're all going to go into our individual classes next week just suddenly dawned on me. Just when we are so familiar and so bonded with each other, we're splitting up. Well.... although it cannot be avoided, I was still feeling kinda emotional when I bade farewell to all of you. I wonder if I'll ever be in the same class as you, but chances of that kinda little I guess considering my subject combinations. The thought that we might have little chances of seeing each other again once the workload is dumped on us like how a garbage truck dumps garbage into the landfill.
Anyway, all of this wouldn't be possible without our awesome fantastic wonderful and amazing OGLs, Kelly, Renaldy and Joanna. They stuck with us and never stopped encouraging us, always reminding that they're there for us when we need them and true enough, they fufilled their promise. MAIM would never be the same without you, and I couldn't even imagine what it will be like if the 3 of you hadn't reached out your hand deep into our hearts. I think it's worth repeating this again: MAIM OGLs are awesome fantastic wonderful and amazing. I Love You.
Aaaaannnnd to all MAIM OG mates, you are definately one of the most terrific OG mates ever. I had so much fun with you guys. I know some of the stuff here are kinda weird and maybe a little mushy, and it's not something that a guy will usually write but I just figured that since I have the inspiration right after campfire, I might as well let these ideas flow out of my mind and into my fingertips. I will most definately treausre these memories and I just wanted to say that I love you all so much because you have given me so much, more than what I asked for in the first place.
Orientation Ends, but MAIM stays on forever. This is just the beginning. I'll work hard to make it last. I hope I've been a nice OG Rep to you. MAIM FTW!