So I started the PMR seminar for my own school this morning. As there are too many students, we have to divide them into three groups. Today was for the third group, which should consist of students of lower level of English proficiency. But thank god, majority of them behaved so the session went on as planned. THANK YOU to all who had listened and carried out the activities throughout and I pray that you will all do very well in the coming examination.
Finally, Mr. Shamsul Akmal Shamsuddin was in JB, for work reason. This was the best time to meet up so we went out for dinner at my favourite eating place when there was someone came visiting, none other than Banafee. Furthermore, my ex-schoolmate wanted to have Murtabak Singapura even though we were not in Singapore. Other than that, as usual, I introduced sup tulang merah [red bone steak] to him.
We promised to meet again for dinner the second night but he had to cancel the date as his colleagues had other plan for him. Not to worry, there will always be another time so don't forget to holler once you are here.
This was the day that we had been waiting for. After all the hard work, it was the time when people would be watching us live on stage. As usual, there were mixed feelings of excitement and nervousness. Butterflies were flapping their wings in our tummies vigorously right until the end.
Thank God, everything went well. They did great but there was still room for improvement. Congratulations, boys! But we have to be prepared for out next show for Teachers' Day.
Managed to attend an ex-student wedding in Taman Universiti, and this was the second reception of the day. It was a happy day for Annor Rafiq's wedding day. Too bad I could not stay that long there I had to rush back to the chess competition venue so I was happy to get photographed with Annor Raihan, the younger brother of the bride-groom.
Thanks to the parents for inviting me.
Cholesterol level: UP. Sugar level: UP. Weight: also UP. *sigh*
Yet another annual event of the Parents' and Teachers' Association Annual Meeting and at the same time students who were excellent in their public examinations for the year 2010 were given certificates and presents/cash money.
I had to be in the scene during the angklung performance so I could not take many photographs. Just too busy (and too nervous), it was another regular activities that were carried out to welcome the guess of honour, a representative to the state government office.
Congratulations to everybody who had worked hard and contributed to the success of the event.
This was the second mosque visited. This one was a more recent building and the architecture was something you would admire. Similar to the first mosque, camera was not allowed in the main hall which possessed another sight to behold.
It was not bad to be able to step foot and perform prayers in two mosques in a short visit. I would just love to visit these holy sites again in the future.