And although my goodbye was happy : " So okay, thanks for coming, have fun in Malaysia, nyeheheh"
I felt -- sad.
God, I'm going to miss these ppl.
Running down the escalator, and then looking back at everyone - was amazing. Mesmerizing. If I had to keep a picturebook of memories, snapshots in life that meant something - that moment right there would be one of it.
( and the entire journey from Malaysia to Suvarnabhumi I was giving myself a pretty hard time - for not taking a REAL picture )
It was a skip-a-heartbeat moment - watching almost all the special people who meant something to me - stand in a line at the departure bay, looking down - and saying bye.
For a split second there, I very quite nearly cried.
But then I had a plane to catch, and an adventure ahead.
A great big one.
Still, I wish I had one more wave, one more hug..
I guess at the end of it, more than anything, more meaningful, more needful than anything is the people that are dear to you, and people who care - friends and family.
And no matter where you are on earth, and where you go - it means nothing without the people you love.
I never thought I'd see the day I'd say this, not so soon anyway. But here I am, 2 hours away from home and all I can think of is how much I'm going to miss those ppl.
I miss home.. already!
- (Starbucks, Suvarnabhumi Airport | Flight stop-over ) -