Friday, May 29, 2009
Thursday, May 28, 2009
This part of the walkway & the astaka is new too. Check out the size of our field which used to have a 400m track and a handball field smacked right in the middle. Quite big right.. compared to most schools here in KL.
On this field, we used to have a long jump sand dunes. On this field we used to play netball. Also on this field we used to play 'rounders' (something like baseball). Inside this multi purpose hall we have 4 badminton courts which is rented out to the general public to play on weekends. It is in this hall we celebrated Teacher's Day and don't know what day what day somemore... It is also in this hall I got both my wrists blue blacks from volleyball. I am always unlucky to get picked by sports club to play due to my height eventhough I am not very atheletic. I remember I was picked by badminton club, volleyball club and don't know what other clubs. Believe it or not, I was even voted as the president of our swimming club even though I don't swim then. Crazy...
This used to be our science lab. I don't remember seeing this 'cogankata' before. It must be new too since it is in Malay.
As the gate into the school compound is lock, I only managed to take these few photos to share. This building shown here used to be the building for secondary 1, 2 & 3. It has now been housed by the primary school. The secondary schools have since be shifted to the blocks behind this one.
This is the saddest part of all. Can you see the retaining wall at the far end? It wasnt there during our time. It used to have a pathway lined by beautiful pine trees connecting our secondary building to the red hall and then the primary buildings. Of all the halls we had, I love the Red Hall most. It is an open hall with red flooring and cement benches by its sides where we can lepak after school doing our homeworks while enjoying the breeze. It is always sparkling clean where we can lay back on the floor. Sadly, it has now been cordoned off as part of the Catholic Retreat thingy.
Before leaving the school ground, I managed to sneak up to the so called 'Catholic Retreat' to take a peek of what happened to my childhood land.
This statue of St Magdalene, or was it Mother Mary, used to be surrounded by big beautiful pine trees, home to many squirrels. This is also where we would have our class photo taken year after year. It is a sad sight now. The first floor on the foyer at the back of the statue used to be a little chapel where we would go to say our prayers whenever exams is around the corner :p. I heard they have remained it as it is.
Lastly, I came across this first stone that was laid by His Excellency when they were building this school. I don't remember seeing this one before. It doesnt look new. I am sure it is not a new addition. It stated that it was laid on the 3rd January 1950. Wah... 59 years already wor... but then again, it is acceptable la... cause this school has also been my mom's alma mater.
Monday, May 25, 2009
I thought of writing a poem to go with it, but I am down with a flu. No, not swine flu (H1N1), I didnt eat pork.. hahahaha *quote Paris Hilton*. So no mood to write also. Besides, there are 101 things in my mind.... sigh....
Anyway, you guys have a great week ahead. Don't worry, weekend will arrived punctually in 5 days time. Just wait patiently ok :)... Cheers!
Thursday, May 21, 2009
Wednesday, May 20, 2009
Monday, May 18, 2009
I decided to stuff myself with it just so I get jelak with it... and believe you me, I think I am getting there already.... Lols
Saturday, May 16, 2009
Friday, May 15, 2009
Tomorrow will be Husky's turn. Oh, btw, when I got home this evening at about 6:45pm, I found Husky merayau-rayau outside our house. Apparently Harrison didnt realise he terkeluar when he went off to work this morning. Why la this monster/destroyer knows his way home???? If he just go and never come back, that will be wonderful *wishful thinking*.
Thursday, May 14, 2009
Only at Alliance Bank (also along the same row) Mr Fat Fat succeeded in withdrawing some hotdog money. Happy-nya dia!
Hotdog takda, burger also jadi la... that's what happened in the end. I also wallup one burger myself... geng le... nevermind la.. not everynight supper. Wont die one la...
Monday, May 11, 2009
All these presents' contributors, all these fabulous people volunteered to organise the whole event, and even those volunteered to have their shop as presents dropping zones shared something in common and that is, they all have a compassionate heart.
The Director of UMMC chatted with some of us for awhile when he saw there. They were having some other events there.
And finally, one for the album. A group photo of all the volunteers and the ever helpful nurses, with the 9 trolleys of presents. As for me, I can't wait for another such event to take place ... :) I'll surely be in. I've seen lots of thing this time round... and learned lots. I believe others too felt the same way I do.
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