This morning, curled up snugly in Audrey's fantastically warm sleeping bag, the realization that I'll be bidding goodbye to my life now within 24hours hit me [like a bullet train going full speed]. I couldn't sleep anymore and have been sleepwalking and 'taking care of matters' like a robot.
Been so busy running around selling everything but myself for the past few days that I haven't really thought about what's waiting for me once the enjoyable MAS flight ends. I thrive on sudden changes, so the kick this major decision brought was intense, like a drug.
But once the rush wears off, reality awaits-- curfews, feeling frustrated because I don't know who my parents want me to be, people losing interest in me once they realize I'm not Korean/Japanese/Taiwanese/Chinese/Australian/American/Canadian.
Well, at least I splurged on a farewell gift for myself. That should ease the ache. Plus I can get a new keyboard protector-- this one's a tad sticky and dusty. And attend Jiun's 21st birthday bash.