Now, may I introduce to you my second brother, Adrian. You guessed it right, he's a Chinese. Where did I met him? How do I know him? Adrian was my mom's ex-student and he is 3 years older than me. I first got to know him during Form 1 year (2006). Then, the next year, both of us became quite close.
Adrian was very special in my eyes because he is so kind, funny and brilliant. He taught me a lot about reality of life and always giving me advices to be strong in this challenging life. There are times if I have problems, he always there to help & comfort me. The most valuable & memorable memory that I have with Adrian is when I was in Form 2. It was our school Sports' Day. I was in tense at that time since I was a commander for my Girl Scouts' march past team. I was on the verge of breaking, when I turned around and saw Adrian behind my team (he also participated in the march past), he looked back at me, I couldn't help it any longer. I knelt down and burst into tears. Luckily, the march past had finished. Adrian came to me and he tried to comfort me. I calmed down and wipe away all the tears. Then, I stood up, thanked Adrian and left the field.
When I got back home, Adrian texted me asking me whether I was okay or not. I replied to him saying that I felt better and apologized to him for seeing me in tears. He then said that he didn't mind and he actually felt sad to see me in tears. *fluttered* I told him that I am glad to have him as my brother and hope we can remain close forever. He helped me a lot in going through my lower secondary life.
Now, Adrian and I haven't contact each other for some time. The last time we talked to each other via phone was last year, but it was only for a short period of time. He is currently studying in New Zealand, taking up Commerce and Administration. We also rarely (very rare) facebooking with each other now.
Adrian, if you are reading this, I want to say thank you for everything; you helped me a lot when I was on the verge of falling, lend your ears and patiently listening to all my problems. A simple thank you like this wouldn't be enough. Hope you are safe out there and all the best for your future undertakings. Hope we can meet each other again, soon.