Growing up again: My graduation.

“Children are wonderfully confident in their own imaginations. Most of us lose this confidence as we grow up.”

Sir Ken Robinson

Growth is not easy but it is always worth celebrating. Let’s not lose our imaginations and our child-like spirit even after we reach adulthood and enter the working force.

As time flies, unknowingly, it is my graduation! And I was glad and am blessed by my friends and family’s arrival. More than ever, I felt so blessed by this life of many colors and this bittersweet phase of my life. My uni life has not been easy in Taylor’s Lakeside.

There’s the assignments, deadlines and it is a balance and management of my life, piano, church and my studies.

And then it was the break-up that broke my heart that made it grow and became wiser in who I want to become.

When I look back, I felt stronger and so much more alive. I know I grew more in my relationships.

Here are some of the pictures of my graduation day:

P.S: I received some flowers from my boyfriend the moment I walked out. It was so sweet of him.

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