About being who you are, and about accepting others. About love and trust and how to cook the perfect bowl of noodles. I’ve learnt that not everything is as it seems at first, but that’s okay, because the unexpected can turn out just fine. That there’s nothing wrong with making mistakes as long as you apologise and try again, and that people generally want you to be happy because everyone else is also just trying to get by with what they’re given. It has shown me that friendship, love and working together are important factors to success. That even though hot chocolate can’t mend a broken heart or un-shrink a woollen jumper which you happened to wash at 60 degrees, the people that make said chocolate for you can. And these people are what’s important. That’s what uni’s taught me. Oh yeah, and a bit of creative writing on the side.