عايشه منيرة

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Thursday, January 20, 2011

The Red Strap




Salam to all and Greetings :)


Yes today is public holiday! Which means Im off from work. See, I started working yesterday with these lil kids that barely knows me. But, they are after all kids right? Dont mind having the new person in town. So they called me Ustazah Aisyah. Awwwww I kinda like the idea of them calling me that. Basically what they did was mengaji, colouring and memorising aeiou and singing songs that I used to sing when I was in Khairaa. Overall, I definitely enjoyed it. Its like handling 20 of abrar's demands and saufi's moaning. You get me.

Moving on to today, had an awesome time with Pinggans. Finally, I made it through. It was hard for Baba to let me go on my own, just like that in public transports. But I made it, for the first time travelling on my own :) Then again, being in a suckish system, do annoys me. The coach was like a packed sardine can. Compressed with people. Then watching these so called teenagers being rude to the elder people. A woman beside me texting her friend saying (yes, dah ternampak) :

" So scared looking at these students nowadays. Never respect the elders. Wishing that they wouldnt be my students"

So, I guess thats what other passengers had in mind. Texting to their friends or families is one way of expressing their thoughts. I just stood there, and be oblivious.

I was late for the movie. When I arrived, the movie was going to end and I was in there for only 20 mins. What a crap. The train came so late. Then it was just strolling down the shops and talked about stuffs happening in our lives. But I was truly overjoyed meeting them and hoping that one day we'll meet again someday.

3 comments:

D-SIM said...

woah ! Ustazah Aisyah~ fuiiiyooooo...
erm, first tyme eh.. well, actually its quite find to discover the world and system around us by foot :)

Dahlan said...

Not bad, you got the brand new title "Ustazah Aisyah". Well done, I would say. Hmm, didn't quite get the term "Pinggans" but i guess its your group of friends.

Its the same when I hang out with my friends. We call ourselves "The Hotstuffs". Its a 3 guys thing (including me). Spending time with them is everything.

The rude kids? If I was older, I would seriously shout at them. No manners kids. But its hard to help sometimes.

Regards,
Dahlan, Jeblat Hibshi-Bahrain.

Aisyah Munirah said...

Q: jgnlan..sungguh malu dibuatnyee gelaran itu :p
yessss its a one good experience, alone :D

dahlan : cool gang name haha