Exact. Absolute. Definite. Must.
You can't run away from it, whether you're prepared or not.
Ali Imran, 3:185
Recently, people around me suffered such loss. Loss of their loved ones. I just can't picture myself being their shoes. The feeling, is just unbearable. Sanity is another question...
On Tuesday earlier this week, mum called me saying that in the evening they'll be leaving to Kuantan. To visit our dearest best friend's family, Dr.Wahab who passed away on Sunday last week. I had to miss SnT's last class, but it didnt matter. Uncle Wahab & family was a close friend to my family during our days in Manchester, England. They lived at Crumpsall, a small area near to Manchester, but they didnt live within the other MCCH'ians. The first time we met was during my sister's registration for Marlborough Primary School. They had a large family, while it was just me, Nina and Nurul during that time. But we did make a good team :B
It was a good memory. Thats why it felt such a big loss. The last time we've seen them was 2 years ago :"(
One thing in common : We loved travelling. Basically we traveled to many difference places together. Slept in caravans, family tents, friend's house....oh yeah going to Carboot sale together was for sure ;)
Uncle Wahab (cap) and their beloved family. Loch Ness, Scotland
Umi and dearest Auntie Naznin ;) (A specialist and lecturer at UIA Kuantan).
Sending them to Malaysia for good :) while my family remained two more years until Baba's viva for PhD.
A must go shopping outlet : Cheshire Oaks. My fave shop was Claire's :D
Nina (selekeh), yours truly, Nurul, Kak Nasyrah, Danish, Iylia and Fawwaz. This is the team :")
They've all grown up, thats for sure.
It was really sad to think that we'll never get to meet Uncle Wahab..oh here goes the rain coming from les pair of retina. Hoping our prayers would reach him. We visited his resting place, to pay our last respect.
When people give you good memories, it will be remembered even if they're not with us anymore.
May Allah bless your soul everybody.