Photo taken during my last time visiting Weston Park, Sheffield.
I am asked for so many times, ‘Why do you like Sheffield so much?’.
Apart from the freedom, cheap beer, amazing food and coffee, I have such amazing friends and family here.
I believe in Butterfly Effects, if I didn’t get so terrible in Chinese language, I would probably not be studying in U.K.. We all come to Sheffield because of many reasons, we all come from many places, yet we all group in here, Sheffield. In here, we live closed to each other, one message, 5 minutes, two blocks away, for four years. Grabbing beer, coffee, not a problem. Walkable distance to shopping, gym, buffet, casino, if you wanna do stuff, just go out then you’d be fine. (I swear I am not promoting Sheffield lolz) Most important, we support each other, we bond strong. Whenever I need mental support, I can always get my flatmate to help, friends to chat with. Why I cherish that period of the memory is because I am sure these things won’t be happening ever again. Since we live in different part in HK, sometimes we need to travel for an hour to meet up. Of course, it isn’t easy to meet up too – work, school stuff, things that get us apart, but still we try to meet up at least once every month even though this is not easy.
My point is, if you wanna see each other, there is ‘no time’, ‘too far’, ‘too tired’, cause no matter how tired you are, how busy you are, how far it is, you will still squeeze the time for your friends, even though just a little chat.
No matter how long you and them have been friends, how closed you guys used to be, the bond can still get fragile and just shattered so easily and quickly. Saddest thing is the bond has already destroyed for no fucking reason at all.