life is short, but you’re here to flower.

for the last two weeks, i arrived at home at 7.30 everyday. i trained volleyball and handball at the same time. God knows how i managed it, but i did it. yesterday (Saturday) was the last training for volleyball before the school hols, i was flat out. i have no energy but since my boys are so eager to practice, i have no heart to turn them down.

we practised from 8 a.m. and during the 5 minutes break, one of my boys said “Cikgu, jom pi Teluk Senangin, kesian kat cikgu penat train kitorang, jom kita pi jalan-jalan tenangkan fikiran” . and i was like “aaaaaaaawwwwwwwwwwwwwww”.

so we finished 3 sets of game after that, and i drove to Teluk Senangin while the boys rode their motorbikes from behind and the front of my car (rase macam duta kene escort je, haha).

and oh god! i loooooove the sea. it is part of my life and i love living near  the sea. i parked my car and raced my students to the crystal clear water!

while they splashed themselves in the sea, i took a slow stroll along the beach.

…………………………………..

there are no words that could describe my feelings at that time.

i pondered about my life, my school, my students and my future.

i had a good chat with the boys.

we laughed, we sang, they told me their life stories, they shared their secrets.

i membebel sikit. (hehe)

i also taught them some present and past tense , using the sand as my whiteboard. heeeeee

it was blissfull.

i was so happy,

and the most important thing, my students were happy too.

smile. smile. smile. smile. smile. smile.

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12 thoughts on “life is short, but you’re here to flower.

  1. i know.

    white sandy beaches as my whiteboard.
    the clear blue sky as our ceiling.
    the sea breeze, the sparkling crystal clear water..
    the sounds of the waves crashing the shore~~
    no disruption, no bells, no worries,

    it was just me , a panoramic view…

    and my favourite students.

    it couldn’t be any better.

    🙂

  2. kak Nisa, it seems you r having a blast teaching and training. Using sand as a board..what a novel idea! Ur inspiring us the future teachers..he ..he.Anyways tc and enjoy.

    P/S- Plz send my regards to Mr. Iswaran. thanks

  3. jarod. i fell in love with teaching years ago, and now, am falling more deeply into it. 🙂

    wanee. mu nak nangis gapo? YOU are the best!

    Ramyah . true, i’m loving my life to bits now. hehe.

    Syira . good luck for your prac Syira! u’ll get all kinds of students. adapt yourself to them.

  4. okeh saya dh nangis lagi.

    bley x kak nisa blog somethg yg tak kan buat sy nangis or gelak sorang2?

    uuuuuuuu told u. yes ur days are hard but there’s always somethg to cherish at the end.

    i think all teachers in malaysia shud read ur blog

  5. awat la hangpa nak sob sob ni? ni bukan entry happy ke? *garuk kepale*

    cikmardjelita, kaknisachantek x paham la hang, nak kene tulis entry yg buat awak marah ke?
    *garuk kepale kuat-kuat*

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