Thanks MUM. *laughs in horror* Max already predicted that... -.-' You'll all see my pretty face soon and yes, MY chicken-backside non-stop babbling mouth ;) *muacks* which they have all here agreed that they are used to ;) *and happily don't mind too, might I add ;) *
I cannot believe how they can tahan me la. Even I myself am shocked. They said they're pretty easygoing and I said , "I know. The first day I came, you guys didn't kick me out ;)" *laughs cheekily* I'm seriously so pampered here; I should thank my lucky stars. During cold, windy mornings, I'd have a dear friend walking me to the hospital. When I'd have to walk for half an hour to the other hospital at 7 in the morning, I'd have company too. When it's slippery outside, I'd have someone beside me for extra support =)*gracias* =)
Thanks Cindy :) I'm glad it touched your heart strings the way it did mine. A dear friend said to me once; it's alright to let it all out. That I don't always have to keep it in because that doesn't make me any less stronger than I am deep within.
I had dinner with my lovely ex-landlord's family last night after Melodie wrote the invite to me on facebook. I bought them a huge, yummy pecan chocolate cake - the night was wonderful. Andrea and Sophia gave me sweet kisses on my cheeks- and each of them were treated with chocolates ;) Lindsey and Daniel cooked dinner and the atmosphere was so merry with our laughter and sharing of jokes on the dining table. I stayed there for about 4 hours and didn't want to leave despite the snowstorm brewing outside ;) We hugged goodbye a few times and I thanked them for being my second family here; for taking such great care of me.
Dropped thank you letters to my letter writers and chocolates :) in Halifax Infirmary. Then, decided to go harass Boon and Sid for lunch ;)
All the doctors I'm working with in nephrology have been extremely wonderful and dedicated to teaching me... =) I absolutely love it !