BC students (PC years 35 and 36) at RaceRocks, taken by Mark Kelsey. Spring 2010.

Friday, September 18, 2009


My dear friend Pramish from Nepal has been a loyal follower of my blog since the very beginning. As we were walking to Metchosin Day he casually mentioned that I had not mentioned him even once here! So here goes.

- His favorite foods are fruits.

- He doesn't know what he wants to be yet, but I know he will be great

- He has two siblings that are studying in the US

- He had to go through an INTENSE application process to be here and is one in 500+

- His name sort of means "promise" (cool story behind it)

- He can speak Nepalese, Hindi, and a little Spanish? Probably some other languages too

- He is gosh darn awesome!

- It is his first time in Canada
- and there are many more interesting and great things about him

He likes the photo above, but I don't.... Because I'm not smiling.

Thank you Pramish for reading my blog! And all of you for reading this.



  1. Hi Emmy,
    It is your Dad. I have just read your blog. Keep it up. You look great in the Punjabi Suit.
    We are also missing you and look for to seeing you maybe next week.
    Lots of Love,

  2. hey emmy...this is just soooooo sweet of you...i love the blog...i simply love it....thanks....and next time we should mention about the songs...heheh..



  3. Hey Emms,
    This is the 3rd time I have tried to send you a comment and hopefully it will work - 3rd time lucky and all that.

    I was thinking that I am doing quite well and not missing you as much as I feared, and then it dawned on me, you have only been gone for 21 days and it feels much longer. I am doing quite well. Keeping busy and I always look forward to any communication from you.

    Take good care of yourself and let me know for definite, one way or the other about San Diego.

    Tons of love,

  4. Hi Emmy,
    I am really happy to find your blog, I was searching for the same thing. I hope your dreams will come true, you'll become a great journalist one day.
    I study in Hungary, and next year I would like to apply for UWC, especially for Pearson. Would you be so kind to help me with application process. What did UWC committee ask in the interviews?

  5. Hi Zumrad! Thank you so much for your lovely comment, of course I can try my best to help you. It would be easiest if you could email me at: emmyatpearsoncollege@gmail.com and then we go from there!

    Thanks again for reading and for being so kind.

    Wishing you all the best,