I’m so stoked to be back from finals and with a ton of pictures and stories to share. Today marks the end of my 4th semester as well as my last day in University of Indonesia. Don’t get too excited, I’m still far from graduating itself but as I’ve mentioned a couple times before, I’m transferring to Australia this July for my double degree programme (If all goes well, Amen) . These days time seems to just fly by and although I’ve been looking forward to today for as long as I could remember, I simply freaked out when it hits. The fact that I’m already halfway through uni itself seems like a bit of a brain-jumble. I think I’m supposed to say some cliché quotes here about how time flies when you’re having fun and all, but the days run away. They really do.
Much love to Z for our almost matching off-shoulder tops
As I’m writing this I’m trying to throw way back to the first day the 15 of us sat together for a class. It was somewhere in early September 2014. I remember looking at all of these new faces, having a hard time recalling half of the class’ names (because I naturally just suck at names), and simply carefully avoiding awkward conversations. But in between our long sleepy lectures, our Thursday lunches, our unquestionable “teamwork” performance from homeworks to finals, heart-to-heart convos, and our dumb inside jokes, I looked around and are just struck for a moment at what a family these once complete strangers have all become.
Growing up, we make all different types of friendships.When I was younger, I put more emphasis on the amount of friends I had and whom I was friends with. But as I’ve gotten older, I truly value having a smaller, but closer circle of friends. Ones you can really trust, make new memories with, and constantly provide you with love and support. In essence, my #squadgoals are modest. And this right here, is one pretty damn good example.
Our last full team lunch at Blue Jasmine at The MajaChemical Engineering International Class of 2014, University of Indonesia