Don’t Wanna Say Goodbye


Yesterday marked the official last day of Brendan’s school years in his Primary School.  In total 6 years. Does that also mark the end of days of childhood and innocence?

Oh! Our boy was feeling depressed and reluctant.  First time, he and his friends are old enough to understand the sorrow of farewell:(    

 It brought me back to 20 over years ago. That uncertainty for future in secondary school, that crossroad junction feeling as a soon-to-be teen, that sadness to leave old classmates, teachers and the growing up years behind. It’s understandable why my sentimental boy was and is still in tears…..

<Constantly, reminding myself to be that understanding mum who will walk through this difficult stage with my boy with understanding and optimism.>


Thanks to FB! Brendan and his friends can still be in contact:) I got him an autograph anyway for his classmates to leave words that are worth more than what money can buy in future. My autograph is still with me after more than two decades and I know how much it means which the technology of social media like FB can never replace. 
(By the way, I am wondering do our P6 kids still practise autograph -leaving a message anymore in these modern days?)

Deep in my heart, I know he must have had many wonderful memories of his school, teachers and friends. Really BIG  THANKS to all those friends and teachers who have left such enjoyable and impressionable memories in his childhood journey.

Thank you. Here’s a local chinese song dedicated to my boy and his schoolmates on this memorable day - it left me in tears again, bringing back much memories of older friends:(

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