Wednesday, June 18, 2008

DOWN THE MEMORY LANE...



I am a lecturer. That is what I do...for a living. A career that never came across my mind before...not even when I was small during the old school days. But I do love my teachers a lot and their faces vividly appears in my vision while I am writing down this. But never...never thought of becoming one...or like one.
Why do I become so memorable of the pasts?? Sometimes I can get sentimental too....you know...when you reach a higher level of maturity and experience views of lives (older!) you will tend to get sentimental of the pasts.
For the record I can list down names of my teachers since Year 1. I'd rather not disclose the name of my school at the moment...later may be...

  1. Year 1: Sister Theresa (very sweet lady, even my mother loves her)
  2. Year 2: Cikgu Fuziah (we were on the same school bus everyday)
  3. Year 3: Cikgu Siti Norhayati (taught Maths)
  4. Year 4: Cikgu Khalijah (harsh voice)
  5. Year 5: Cikgu Safiah (she rubs her nose most of the times, sinus maybe)
  6. Year 6: Cikgu Noraini (lived in Gombak, once went to her house for Raya)

And of course before I forget all of my good friends in those days...let me list them down:

  • G. Nanam (curly hair always with a small pin on her hair...left side)
  • Nazreen Begum (last time I heard you are in Johor...)
  • Suhaila Rusman (got married right after SPM and she used to like singing a lot)
  • Suhaila Sulaiman (small eyes with a great smile)
  • Loke Siew Wan (shy girl)
  • Khan Fei Choo (where in the world are you??)
  • Beryl Anne Tan Su Mei (a deejay at PJ)
  • Siti Aida (cute)
  • Jazila Jailer (sang well)
  • Premalatha Devi & Prabha Giri Devi (the twins)
  • Wong Oi Loon (she went to Canada...migrated)
  • Thavamalar (girl with a gangster i.d...just kidding T)
  • Yap Mei Lee (sprinter of the school)
  • Wan Wai Yee (Head Prefect)
  • Marion Priscilla (Lady D's hairstyle)
  • Patricia Sandra Paul (last time heard about her, a stewardess at the Air Pacific(?))
  • Harmeet Kaur (she's a doctor now)
  • Sylvia Sivasalam (her mother was also a teacher in the same school)

I could go on and on and on on the list...but I'll add more later in my future postings especially those during the secondary school.

1 comments:

Nazreen Begum said...

Hey NJ...I could still spell out your name. I heard you were in the east coast. you look different with the hairdo. How do you know I was last in johor? :). Anyway, Im still in contact with G..And we spoke about you :).