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HackersHospitalWow!

It’s a shame I can’t cheer this entry because I’ve exhausted all my cheers up for the day! But I am so glad to hear you had a wonderful time in Vietnam!! Reading your entry made me feel like I was in Vietnam 2011 all over again :D

I hope you had lots of fun!


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Hi Amanda,

That is so, so sweet. Thank you so much for your encouraging words, I would like to say that it really means a lot to me!

A lot of my fellow sisters out there tell me that “girls aren’t supposed to do the asking out” which I find kind of strange, since I’m such a go-getter with things!

Anyway, I won’t reflect on it too much as to why things didn’t happen… He was being a nice friend before whatever happened (or didn’t, that day!)

If I can say that at least ONE good thing has come out of this experience, it is that you called me a “badass”. I would like to think that I’ve always been born like this. Cheers Amanda :) xx 3 months ago


HackersHospitalI asked him out and pushed my fears aside!

Not worth it.

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I’m also too afraid to lose him.

I want to ask him but I’m scared that this might end terribly :( 5 months ago


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I’ve learned to laugh at mysself, epitomize my failures and screw ups and just have fun at every second of life. I may not be taller, smarter, prettier than my sisters, cousins and friends. But I’ve learned now. Being quirky, cool and funny is a gift. 10 months ago


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I love working as a Health Promotions Officer.

To not have that over-the-shoulder nagging supervision, travel to so many new places and meet new people to chit chat, educate the public about health is a truly rewarding and very enjoyable experience. 10 months ago


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