On one of the schooltoilets walls I have written "Fyll inte livet med dagar, fyll dagarna med liv!" (in english: Don't fill your life with days, fill your days with life!) But the next day they had washed it away.
Wrote a long message in the bathroom inside the girls' change room beside the skating rink at Greenwood Park with Rachel Leung who also wrote a message. I wrote in red Sharpie marker on the middle stall (there are three stalls, Rachel Leung wrote on the first one, I wrote on the second/middle one). It was an inspirational Dear Stranger letter that surely will inspire troubled skaters while they are taking a dump. Excuse my bad sense of humour. We saw Lisa Xiong and Sally Twin after we came out, they were going skating at the skating rink. Rachel Leung received her Wreck This Journal from Peiyi as a Christmas gift and we were throwing the book on the ice and stuff. Rachel bought me a Caramel Macchiato from Starbucks as a Christmas gift. It was okay tasting. I'll post a picture later of my message and Rachel's message.
December 23rd, 2011. Wrote a short, yet meaningful message on the back of a door in the washrooms at Greenwood Park, beside the skating rink. Jane also wrote a message (a much more longer message) in red Sharpie on the walls of the stall beside me. We both had pictures taken of them as proof afterward.
It was a cold day out in the park, and after watching people skate around the rink for about an hour from our benches, the cold finally got to us. We decided to go into the change-rooms then to hide-out from the stinging cold, mostly because I couldn't feel my hands anymore, and I was already wearing Jane's gloves. But a sudden surge of inspiration led us to complete this task as well.