Keeping in touch

I never really appreciated how important it was to keep in touch until I spoke to Tai Ka Che just now. It’s sad to know that there are a lot of our course mates who didn’t seem to want to make the effort to keep in touch with other. To them, I say, “Your loss.” Still I know the rejection hurt.

Still, talking to her made me realise that I managed to keep the gems of college; I still talk to Lin, Viv, Mouse, Ti, [Philipp], and Uncle Sam rather often, though not as often as I would like. At least we’re not total strangers, and I’m thankful for that.

Now, let’s see what other bridges I can build back up. The night’s still young, after all. :D

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  2. Tiara May 29, 2008 / 5:33 AM

    what about me?? :P

  3. journeyofadreamer May 29, 2008 / 2:04 PM

    Haha!!! I think back to my high school days too and realize that I only have one or two precious connections. Ah, life…

  4. Nicholas June 2, 2008 / 2:20 PM

    *pats Pat*

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