“Embrace the uncertainty because you are lucky to at least have a choice.”
Finally I have a small breakthrough on my Gmat SC section, although it is only accounted one-third of the verbal part. In August, I will have a chance to visit Portland and Seattle (early and in the end of Aug). I feel really graceful that I get to see these two cities one more time before I go back to Asia. (Yes. that’s official!), especially with the people I love hanging out with. Sorry Boston, Washington DC and NYC, I will be back again 😥
Going back to Asia gives me a bittersweet feeling that my excitement and sadness just mix together. It’s weird. You are happy and you are sad at the same time. Leaving the country you’ve lived for five years, the people who you’ve already built strong relationships with and also the one person who I care the most. It sure is a dilemma but I know I’ve tried my best to make the right choice. Taiwan & Shanghai are the two places that identified me and shaped who I am today. When people ask me why do I go back? I always said, it’s for good. And it really is 🙂 Having a chance to stay closer with family is something I’ve wanted for very very long time. The feeling of not being able to accompany my family makes me feel vulnerable and lost.
OK. Time to go back to my project management homework.
Just remember, pray when you’re looking for answers.
Listen to your heart because it’s already telling you the answers.