Tomorrow will be the last day of 2011, and all around the world will celebrate the New Year. I hope that you guys have a nice holiday and be safe while traveling, and hope that 2012 would be full of fun and exciting events.
Here we come again, the last week of the year. Most news media are now probably doing a summary of important events that occured throughout 2011.
2011 has been a mixture of moods and events, ranging from terrifying disasters to the deaths of important people. There are few significant events, like the Earthquakes, the death of Bin Laden and Steve Jobs, the royal wedding, the protest in the middle-east, the Flood in Thailand, and the Thailand election. All of which changes the entire world. For most people, I think the March 11th Earthquake and Tsunami in Japan and the Thailand Flood are probably the most memorable events, as both caused severe damages and cost lives.
Alright we now move on to the 5 best events of 2011.
The best event of 2011: Year 9 residential trip to Chiang Mai in January.
Once again, the residential trip has been featured as the best event of the year. This year is even better than last year! Oh I still remember the night before we leave…we have a dance party and it was fun! The activities are fun, but they’re a bit scary.
The second-best event of 2011: The 2011 international day at school in October.
Yep, it is fun, like the residential trip. There is no lesson at all, and we did fun activities. The quiz at the end of the day was the most exciting and is very fun!
The third-best event of 2011: 2011 sports day in February.
Yep, it’s my first time ever to feature the sports day as one of the best events, and it truely is for this year. The weather wasn’t too hot or too cold at all, and like the international day, there was no lesson at all. We did some fun activities during the day.
The fourth-best event of 2011: the ASDAN racket club trip in September.
I think this is my first time to feature an ASDAN trip as one of the best event! And it truely is. We did some fun activities; thankfully this has taken place during the weekend.
The fifth-best event of 2011: The coldest day of 2011 in March.
March 17th was unusually cold. Temperature dropped low for the whole day, and I like it. It’s strange, as during March Thailand shoult now be getting hot as summer approaches. This kind of event is very rare.
Now on to the 5 worst events of 2011.
The fifth-worst event of 2011: All annoyances that my friends had made throughout the year.
Well, I can say it had gotten a little bit better, but the event on the 21st January and the recent annoyances keep me from de-listing this event. It’s still annoying of having to listen to people talking of love stories and saying that I like someone whom I don’t even know or do not exists. Like what I said, this has begun way back in late 2009 and still going on.
The fourth-worst event of 2011: The ASDAN trip to the temple and the mosque in February and March.
Well, those aren’t fun at all. Great that we get to miss some lessons, but still it’s not fun. Actually I don’t want to attend those trips at all, but since I wanted to miss some lessons, I have to attend the trips.
The third-worst event of 2011: The fire at school in December, the year 9 Thai newspaper project in April, and the year 9 Thai radio show project in June.
It’s the first time that there are more than 1 event in the same rank. Let’s start with the fire.
Well this is no joke, it’s the real fire. The fire occurred in the art building. I think there’s some kind of accidents there. Anyway the fire wasn’t too serious but still, people lose their work or got their belongings damaged. Thankfully the fire did not spread to the high-school building, otherwise this could be the worst event of 2011 and the worst event of my life.
The year 9 Thai newspaper project and radio show project are no fun at all, instead it is very tedious. Radio show project is, in my opinion, the worst of these 2 because this time, I have to find sound effects, which is very hard to find. Great I’m not the one who read the scripts!
The second-worst event of 2011: The ASDAN trip to Lumpini Park in May.
Yes, it’s not fun at all. Great we miss some lessons. It was very boring, seeing animals is not what I want to see at all. Plus, at the end it even rained, which makes it even worst.
The worst event of 2011: The 2011 Thailand Flood.
I know, Fun Run might be worse, but this one seems to be the worst amongst all of the events. The Flood didn’t affect that much, but the affect can still be felt. I have to go to school earlier than the usual time, which is what I absolutely hate. This even continues in 2012.
Anyway, I hope that 2012 will be much better than 2011, both for me and for the world.
Yeah alright, let’s face it, 2011 is coming to an end. So, I want to announce that the ‘5 best events of 2011’ has been confirmed, which means that I will not change the placements of the events, or add new events.
For the ‘5 worst events of 2011’, well, I still have to decide, as I still have to go through them and see how should I rate them. For the list of 5 best events, I won’t review them until next week.
Well just a follow-up post…it’s now Christmas holiday, which is what I’m waiting for. There are 3 weeks of holiday, and this time, I won’t complain since it’s the official holiday, unlike the Flood closure.
Anyhow, 2011 is coming to an end, so prepare to say ‘Good-bye’ on the 31st. I hope that all of you have a great holiday.
This is my new blog. I’m just trying out to see if it could replace my old blog.
So, to start off, tomorrow will be the last day of school before Christmas holiday, which is what I’m looking for. Before anyone asks…no, the Flood closure was not a holiday at all, but a threat. Why is it a threat? Well I got to miss the Loy Katong, which has always been held at school every year. Secondly, I have to go to school early and make up extra time, which is what I absolutely hate. Great that I don’t have to go to school on Saturdays!
Anyhow, the ‘Summary of 2011’ might be posted here instead of at my old blog, or might not, depends on whether I like the new blog or not.