HAPPY CHINESE NEW YEAR 2009 TO ALL MY CHINESE DEARIES OUT THERE. WISHING ALL OF YOU A PROSPEROUS, WONDERFUL CHINESE NEW YEAR AND CELEBRATE THIS NEW YEAR MIND BLASTINGLY AND MAKE SURE YOU SAVE SOME ANG PAUS FOR ME! wink~~
Didn't come out of Banggi for two weeks, feel like I don't know many things that happened in the world. At times, living in Banggi makes me feel like I belong to another world where life is much simpler and I complicate things there (muahahaha.. Shoba and Suga will love this statement!).
Been struggling in mud and floods all over the school compound. It was the rainy season in Sabah recently, and I managed to capture a few photos of the heartbreaking, thought provoking images of kids coming to school, even when the usual 30minutes journey changed up to 1 hour!
This is my Year 1,2 and 3 classroom view from my staffroom.. You see it for yourselves! Had to cross the "bridge" every time I had class with them.. I slipped and fell into the "river" which was up to my knee last week! Adoi!!
Nun jauh di sana rumah yang aku tinggal.. ok la tuh, at least I have got a place to stay.. But this time around, there were lots of mosquitoes.. The Astro like "mangkuk" was intended for Internet at school but since it was fixed and until today, it was and is not activated. So, the "mangkok" stays at its place and we all become the "mangkok ayon"! Adoi!!
The first English optionist(the one in Red--that's me le...hehe) in SK Palak Banggi, Pulau Banggi, Kudat, Sabah..
These are my pupils... They go through this everyday... I don't have words to describe my feelings of seeing them like this everyday... Recently, the teachers in the school took some soil from the new-quarters site and poured it at the pathway that the pupils passed by everyday, so that it would ease their trouble a little.. sigh...
That's all for now, will update more..
Leaving you people with a thinking question-- Do we still complain that we don't have enough?!
Syukran Ya Allah, Alhamdulillah.