Tuesday, April 29, 2008

reminiscences

It's pretty interesting to read back the old blog entries I wrote some years (?!time flies) back.

1. how it changed from pictureless to can't-write-an-entry-without-a-pic.

2. How it changed from

"long paragraph is so annoying to read long paragraph is so annoying to read long paragraph is so annoying to read long paragraph is so annoying to read long paragraph is so annoying to read long paragraph is so annoying to read long paragraph is so annoying to read long paragraph is so annoying to read long paragraph is so annoying to read long paragraph is so annoying to read long paragraph is so annoying to read long paragraph is so annoying to read long paragraph is so annoying to read long paragraph is so annoying to read long paragraph is so annoying to read long paragraph is so annoying to read long paragraph is so annoying to read long paragraph is so annoying to read long paragraph is so annoying to read long paragraph is so annoying to readl ong paragraph is so annoying to read long paragraph is so annoying to read long paragraph is so annoying to read long paragraph is so annoying to read long paragraph is so annoying to read long paragraph is so annoying to read long paragraph is so annoying to read long paragraph is so annoying to read long paragraph is so annoying to read long paragraph is so annoying to read long paragraph is so annoying to read long paragraph is so annoying to read "


to this:
"ahhh...this is better! Short, simple and succint!"

3. How it evolved from the original layout:

to this:


Looking back at what I wrote in the past reminded me of the things which I had forgotten, the more carefree me, the innocent and more naive me whose only duty was to get 4A's in A levels during that time....

Now I have greater responsibilities, my worries not only lie in passing med school, but also in earning enough money to support myself, in improving my interpersonal skills and relationships, in constantly be on par with others, in whether I get married and have kids in the next few years (?!), in my future career - whether it's in the UK or elsewhere...

ohhhh....how I wish I could wind back time and go back to my worry-free childhood

1 comment:

Phil said...

It would be worry-free if that bike wasn't about to knock you over! =D