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A Tough Decision

That i finally had to make. And will be sticking to.
Because right now, i have nothing. My mother asked and i told her i had failed a mid-exam because i hadn't prepared enough and had kept it quiet for three weeks. It was pretty shocking for her so she was angry. She was right. But after about two hours of continuous telling-off, i told her what i thougt. That what i was being made to study wasn't my choice at all. And i really wanted to take another chance for going to my preferred university. But after a long talk with her and my sister, i had to agree that THAT was still a CHANCE and what i am studying NOW is REALITY. And i have to pass all the exams next month so i can be promoted to the final year(yes, its a two year undergrad program). And i can concentrate on the universities after that. So guys, its so long for now. I have to study a LOT so i will have to control my EPA and other cravings(like watching tv for hours).
I'll miss you and wish the best for you. :)


I applied in the air force. Couldn't keep you from hearing about it. So i came back a few days ago. I will study for college exams too but after wednesday.  Because that's when the test is. I am preparing for it and just took a break to catch up,

FreeFallWall FreeFallWall 22-25, M 3 Responses Feb 12, 2010

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All the very best with your exams and your Air Force application test. I know you have such ambition and ability to achieve whatever you set your heart and mind to.<br />
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hugssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssss<br />

Oh my goodness, how did I manage to miss this story? I was buried in my writing.<br />
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Remember, FFW, you can do *anything*.<br />
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Not only what your heart leads you to.<br />
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Do you think I am particularly interested in studying Mandarin?<br />
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It was my nightmare subject at school! I don't even understand or lke Chinese culture; my family has been in Southeast Asia for seven generations and it would be easier for me to start a new life in Mumbai or Chennai.<br />
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But I will do it -- become a student again, at 41 -- so that I can get a student visa for China and pursue my *real* dream of writing novels in the safety of my godfather's house, away from the two-hour lectures from my own mother, who is mentally ill.<br />
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You can do it, Wali! I've got the date for the air force tests written down, I am already praying for you.<br />
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Much love --<br />
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hugs*and best luck