Every so often, I still get this feeling of longing for my life back when I was in the US; it was a whole lot different from how my life is going at the present moment. It actually kind of makes me sad, to think that this-right now is reality; that my six-month stay in the States felt like some kind of a dream. Most of the things we (my friends and I) did when we were there can never be done here (s/o to my parents for being super strict). I just wish there could be another opportunity that could take us back to the States; but at present, I’d say it is beyond the bounds of possibility. *sigh*
So I just came up with a list of a few things I truly miss..
1. Good company
I don’t think I have ever felt comfortable in a big group of people until I met these guys. I don’t think my internship would turn out so fun and so great without them. We are all different in so many ways but we get along so well. And I am def looking forward to spending good time with them again soon 🙂
2. Chico Lauron
The best person I have met in Bolton, enough said.
3. Online shopping!!!
One of the perks of having your own credit card. I remember how I used to spend my weekly salary on online shopping. Sucks but I can’t help it, it is just too addicting. I mean it is fun and convenient but you can’t try anything on and see how it really looks so it’s a big gamble, you feel me? (and ugh the shipping rates)
4. Inuman nights and parties!
I know it is inappropriate to say but I really miss being intoxicated and not caring about anything else in the world.. for a night. (And not having to worry about my curfew and my parents cause they’ll never know.. unless they find out my blog. Worst. Nightmare.)
5. Kitchen duties
I do miss working in the kitchen at times! (Admitted that cooking is not my passion and Culinary career is unfortunately not for me)
I am actually having the biggest decision of my life (thus far); whether I’m going to go on with Culinary track or do something else where I could be more efficient. If given a chance, I would like to go back to the States and work as a cook again. But I don’t know, I have no idea what God has in store for me after I graduate.. none at all. *sigh* Sucks to admit that I am almost twenty yet I still do not know exactly what I want to do in life and it really really really really really upsets me.
6. Independent life
I could be away from home for years; as long as I am with my friends, I am totally fine. So take me back!