So this is goodbye.I am sad to know that the app would be closing down, but I am hoping that I would be able to download my posts as what @blog has promised.I have created a wordpress account in order for me to be able to write whenever I get that familiar itch, but right now I am not really keen on making it as active as this space. I love this place, this has been a home to my rants and thoughts and my volunteering experiences. But some good things really must come to an end.
I've had so much planned for this day - there are the buffets where you can eat for free as long as you bring a full-paying companion with you; there's the Hotel promo leaflet on my office desk that I was thinking of booking; and then there's the volunteer training that I backed out of. I ended up at our home, sleeping the whole day, after a night of chill drinking with two of my best friends. Things have changed, really.
If there's one thing I miss about Korea, of course, it'll be all the cute guys. Who am I kidding? Haha. It's like everywhere you look, there's someone who has super beautiful skin, impossibly well-dressed, and extremely great hair. Haha. But aside from the guys, I also miss the food in Korea - especially the triangular rice thingies that I've been craving for ever since I came back.Today, I'll be sharing some of the food I tried during my stay there (and yes, I know this is long overdue).
I've been closely monitoring A since he got tested a week ago. As of today, he has completed all the baseline tests and has also consulted with the doctor for his treatment.He just needs to repeat a couple of tests and go back for another consultation. I'm happy that he took control of his situation, and I hope everyone who gets diagnosed does the same thing.He also told his parents, and they told him to go back to his hometown and continue the treatment there.
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