A rare music rec

Lucky – a cello cover – YouTube.

My batchmate and the love of her life and possibly crush!


of biscuits

Wang Meng: Eden, can you turn around?
Wang Meng reaches for the tin of biscuits under the piano chair in Mr Xu’s room.
Eden: It’s okay lah…
Wang Meng: Hmm… which one should I eat? This one or this one?


Ms Ku: If you keep on sitting there, we won’t have any more basses.
Huiying: Then I’ll stand.

Ms Ku: Help your juniors!
Huiying: Go juniors go :D
Ms Ku: No, go and help the second row!
Huiying: Go second row! :D

Ms Ku: Xuening, Huiying is here you still yawn! O:

Bridget: Am I nice? I’m nice right?
Me: You’re… not scary. You’re spooky sometimes, but you’re quite nice.
Bridget: Wang Meng am I spooky?
WM: Hmm… let me think…

WM: It’d be quite strange if there was a batch tee because there’s only 10 people in a batch.
I’m going on a detox diet. This is my fourth bottle (of water). I had an apple for lunch

Ms Ku brought biscuits- one big box. We passed it around. After passing through the strings room, Huazhen passed the box back to Ms Ku.
“Na, Ms Ku.”
“Huh? No, I had half a dozen before I came here.”

Ms Ku told us about her time in England. When she had concerts, her friends would know about it, so they’d bring all their soft toys and fill up the first row. So when she would also enter the stage with a big grin on her face, because she would only see the soft toys.

“I had a bet with Huazhen. Huazhen, what was the bet? Ah, if less that 200 people come for the concert, I will have to treat her.”