As you all know, it has been snowing for the past two weeks in Germany. South of Germany got most of the snow before us, but finally one and a half weeks ago, North Germany started snowing really heavy as the snow came from England.
According to my brother who lives in England, it was snowing really heavily there too. And it never snowed that heavily like it recently did for quite some time now.
The first weekend it snowed, I was attending my (unfortunately) last AFS Camp in Bad Oldesloe with all the ones that I met back at my first camp. Trust me, I was totally glad to see them all again!
One word to describe my last camp? UNFORGETTABLE.
It was a freakin' awesome weekend. We had workshops, played games, caught up with each other....
Funny thing, we might not have really close contact with each other but in someways we could really bond. You know what I mean? I guess that it is because we helped each other through those tough times and we should all be damn proud of ourselves for not giving up!
We made it, guys! We made it till the end! =D
|Doing the Funky Chicken outside.|
|Watch out guys, the girls are ready for war!|
|We are a really small group compared to groups in South Germany.|
|Thailand. Japan. Columbia. Brazil.|
|Thanks for helping me through those hard times.. :)|
|Bad Oldesloe train station.|
|Great lightings, great atmosphere, most importantly great company.|
|They are so crazy but yet I love them. :)|
|The beautiful Sakura from Japan. (: |
Right from the beginning, she taught me to always have courage.
Sometimes, I find myself loss of words to describe how happy I feel. That's why I would use pictures to express myself.
My time in Germany is very limited now. For the past 10 months, I have grown to live and love it here. Thus, it is going to be utterly hard leave everything behind and say goodbye to this wonderful exchange year and this second home of mine. How I wish I had superpower that could stop time whenever I want...
This year has been the best thing that could have ever happened in my life. I cherish every second of it, I cherish every tear shed and laughter shared, I cherish all the roller coaster ride that made me who I am today.
In this period of time, I sure did change in my appearance, in my thinking and my personality, be it good or bad, a lot or little, I accept those changes for they are what make me who I am today.
Goodnight Germany & Good morning Malaysia!