It is the early days of 2011, when sports competitions are organized everywhere, be it at schools, and even at workplaces. Yes, this extra curricular activities are still relevant in my company even though our school days have long passed. Only the difference of sport practices amongst working people is that our training and competition schedules mostly after 5 and at night.
Anyway, when it comes to sports, my little sister, Nadia is the subject of the topic. She has been representing her school for 100m and 200m since last year. And she won them to be qualified to sprint at state level. Ok, fine, she was just standard five back then.
This year, she participated again and she told me that her teacher cum coach was expecting medals (mind the plural) from her again. I was like
'whatever la Nadia, run while u can'.
And to my surprise, when I went to pick her up at school, the day she went to the competition, she came to me with bright face with not one, not two, but fouurrrr medals and trophies!She was very excited with the victories, chattering about her proud headmastress who has big smile pasted on her face all day. So was she actually. =)
When I browsed her FB, many of her friends and teachers congratulated her for the success, and she didn't reply them as appropriate, in return she brabbled nonsense. But the number of congratulations received were high enough to trigger her curiousity
Nadia : Kak Jue, congratulations tu ape?
Me : Tahniah, cakap TQ balik
Nadia : Oooo
Soon enough she relayed a suggestion from her teacher following to the success
Nadia : Kak Jue, cikgu suruh kakya masuk Sekolah Sukan Bukit Nenas (pardon her for the wrong bukit,hahaha)
Me : Sekolah Bukit Jalil laa.No way!
I have my own reservation to the suggestion, and I will not agree to encourage my sister to pursue it, anyway.
So, she will be spending her school break at Stadium Gong Badak next week. I told her that will be last, and she ought to bring something from the then-collapse stadium. =p
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