A Huge-ass Thank You Note

好啦,明天就要回去读书。 伴随着16年暑假的末尾,大二秋季开学的前奏,让我好好感慨一下。

感谢我的神,我唯一的真主:耶稣基督的犒赏让我回家,回上海过了我的暑假。在这个假期里我所遇到的所有人,所经历的所有事都会给我带来启发,让我进化以及升级!!感谢神把我引领到沐恩堂去做圣日礼拜✝️沐恩堂真的是一个很棒很棒的大家庭❤️感谢我在礼拜中认识的所有教友,有你们,我很安心。我心永远顺服神✟

感谢家人的关爱让我每天都获得健康的生理以及心理。

感谢我的朋友们,在此要突出点名:

*江宁四班以及二班的各位老师和同学,谢谢你们向我证明了青春不老友谊不散;

*黄可欣,谢谢你和你的家人对我的赏识去你家做客还陪我一起吃饭,绘制手包,噶三湖,逛了三年的书展;

*周紫旋,谢谢你在回来的期间带我跟你飞,么么哒;

*陈方园:你很污你知道嘛🙂谢谢你(巧妙)的请客🙂你个傻逼上次不是说了我比你女票要重要么,那好🙂以后你接着请我吧🙂毕竟像我这么可爱善良聪明人好的发小不常见呐🙃

*顾远哲:虽然91岁高龄的我由于高度近视加散光、青光老化白内障,至今还认不出、记不住你那红红的小脸蛋,不过没关系你懂的,反正我认得出你爸🙂

*KD 舞蹈的老师和同学们:蟹蟹你们费心教已经肢体僵硬、骨质疏松、关节炎的我跳舞,本奶奶表示年轻了好多好多呀~谢谢你们矫正我的形体,还要谢谢你们给予我人生和价值上的启发。在此特别谢谢赵老师把我引向沐恩堂✝️

*宋天盈,宝宝我知道今年暑假你很忙要考各种试,所以没法出来浪!请务必相信,你这个暑假的所有付出都会在将来回赠给你!感谢你和你麻麻一直陪伴我这么多年。认识你是我的小幸运!我无条件支持你所有的决定!不要害怕未来,跟随自己内心去闯荡吧!

感谢每一个我有幸结交或者认识的你❤️

感谢上海,我的家,世界上最棒的城市,为我留下一片栖息之地!I❤SH。

感谢苏州河畔的规划二路给我了一片可以每晚吃饱了撑的以后散步的地方🙂

感谢上海书展年复一年的让我结交到很多良师益友以及好书。读书使人进步,阅读使人明智!

感谢’太热’/Tyler,即使在我对你产生些许脸盲的情况下还不跟我撕逼,顽强不拔地、含辛茹苦地跟我在一起Skype 和逗逼 👍🏻👍🏻🙂🙂

蟹蟹,谢谢,谢谢!!!!

我每天都在进步!我也会一直如此!

感恩!感谢!感激!

Hair cut? Bare cut!

” I’m still uncertain on whether to keep my bangs.”

“You look prettier with side bangs…Just let your existing bangs grow…”

“Yeah it’s not about the hair but about the face. You have a pretty face, so you’d look good with any haircut?”

“mhm interesting. SO you’re saying I would even look good with just a bald head??!!!”

“…Well, if you really want to, we can do it …………..”

 

  • I decided to give my bangs a grow O(∩_∩)O~
  • TY for fixing my hairrr.

 

Be Yourself

“Well, it’s your life. Why listen to others? If you are truly interested in linguistics and language learning, go ahead and do so. Listen to me, both the Japanese and Shanghainese language systems are truly similar as neither systems possess retroflex. Learning an extra language really helps with being a citizen of the world.”
” I know that, and I want to do that. But my dad is constantly bombarding me with his values. He is very controlling and wants me to do exactly as he oughts me to. I dislike people who are very controlling and that’s why we’ve gotten in quite a few fights, and the outcome has always been me submitting to his wishes.”
“You know, it’s you who will live your life., not your dad or any other person’s.”
“I said that to him, but he said since he’s the one paying my remaining tuition (aside from scholarship coverage,) I have to listen to him.”
“Well, I see how this can be very frustrating. If I were you, I would remain calm when conversing with him even though it’s hard. I would tell him that I know all the benefits and drawbacks associated with my choice of major, and that I believe I can take the drawbacks.”
“…he’s a very difficult person though…”
“Well, if he threatens to halt your education, just ask him if he would be willing to raise you for the rest of your life. Your future should only be in your hands. Learning anything is useful as long as you are willing to put in the work to really know that skill.”

 

On the Plane

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“My husband spent 8 years waiting for me. I met him while working in America after I finished my masters in my earlier years. It wasn’t really a good time since I didn’t have American residency and that my family was against me dating a white guy (they wanted her to date and marry Chinese) back then. But my husband was persistent. I had to go back to China during my period of job vacancy after my first internship had ended. I’ll be honest with you, normal people would just breakup if that’s the case., but he didn’t. For 8 years, he would fly to China, 2 to 3 times per year, just to see me. Eventually his persistence moved my family, and that’s how we wedded.”

“In your opinion, what’s the most important factor that kept your relationship going when you guys were split up for that long ?”

“Understanding. I have understood his love, and he has done the same.”