As the year approaches to an end, it’s routinely normal of me to look back at my blog in search of the “biggest moments” of 2012. And I realised I’ve written a whole lot lesser this year compared to the years before. I don’t know where the passion and excitement went. Time could be a factor. I browsed through my Facebook timeline and managed to recollect some events that happened that weren’t documented in my blog. Facebook could be another factor as it’s easier to just upload a mobile picture or post a status than to sit down and compose paragraphs.
2012 is definitely a year of major events. A year that is memorable. A year that is significant.
Solved a problem that has been haunting me for years and I’m a lot happier since then.
Turned 30. Wondered for the past 4 years of how long I’ll remain single, I suddenly find myself in a relationship, packed with lots of eating, movies and some travelling. 🙂
Travelled to Seoul with a friend and survived with our basic knowledge of the Korean language. Sat for TOPIK (Test of Proficiency in Korean) and passed with flying colours with an average score of 92.25 for 4 papers (Beginner Level).
Travelled to Sydney with the family and had the best Korean food I’ve ever known. And I’m very serious about this even though relating Sydney with Korean food don’t sound like they make any sense.
It’s Bunny’s 10th death anniversary and a year of which an ex-classmate passed away due to meningitis.
Became witness for a friend’s registration of marriage. Just looking at my name being printed on her wedding certificate makes me feel honoured and happy.
Undergo ICL (Implantable Contact Lens) surgery to correct my vision of high shortsightedness and astigmatism. A few people have been telling me that I’m brave. Recovery and healing is still ongoing and I pray that it will be smooth. It feels great without having to rely on glasses and contact lens though my vision is still fluctuating and can get blurry as the healing continues. Can’t wait to swim soon!
Career has been slow with no major achievements or milestone but it should get better in the coming year.
All in all, I’m very thankful for the all the good things that came my way in 2012. Now it’s time to think about what I would like to achieve in 2013.
Happy New Year! 🙂