" We tend to realize the true value of things, when it is no longer there. "
Yesterday we talked about the future, and today we talked about the past. It feels like yesterday when I first register myself in form 1 at this school. The past is intriguing, we have experienced so many things in our school. It's true when they say, school prepares you for the real world.
I've learned not to easily trust anyone, and by that I have experienced it first hand. I've also learned that anything could go wrong, even the smallest matter could turn horribly huge. Like they say, small leak sunk big ships. I've also learned to treasure things, even it is the most less important thing in our life.
The school days are ending, in about 1 month, we will not see the sight of this school anymore. No more prefect duty, no more corridor meeting, no more dirty canteen foods, no need to hear mumblings, no need to cut your hair when it grows long, no more warm good morning greetings, no more stairs, no more fussing with the toilet cleaners, no more assembly, no need to sing the school anthem, no need to follow the vows, no need to carry heavy books, no more groupings, no more familiar faces, and probably no more school laughs. You name it.
I'm gonna miss everything in this school, I will miss it, we all will miss it. Even such silly things from the school pavement to the vandalized table in our class.
Just like that, it just ends.
Don't tell me, you don't miss this.