02 – Our Favourite Practical Teachers! Part 2
The clock was ticking and time was running out for the practical teachers. Just in a blink of an eye, 3 months passed by so fast. Having spent so many sweet memories with Cikgu Lia and Cikgu Min, we (my gang and I) decided to throw a little dinner party with them.
It was on a weekend, so everyone was relaxed. I think it was on Saturday (maybe it was Sunday though, I can’t remember) and Mama was coming to visit me that evening, so we suddenly decided to ask her a favour. We agreed beforehand to buy a box of KFC chickens and a few drinks. I explained to her how we were going to make a surprise (farewell) party for the practical teachers who were close to us.
Initially, we planned to collect money from each and every one of us and pay for the KFC meals, but Mama insisted on paying for it. Thank you Mama! :3 So, yeah we got our chickens and drinks. We intended to go to their house after Maghrib prayer (back then, we were required to go to the Surau Besar during Maghrib), so we brought along the food and left it in the hallway haha the other students were so amused.
Anyway, after that, the seven of us quickly made our way towards Cikgu Min and Cikgu Lia’s house, making a big surprise for them. :’) We sat down together and ate the chickens scrumptiously while having a few laughs. Cikgu Lia went out for a while to buy a pack of ice (for the sodas), a few snacks and a tub of ice cream to complete the gargantuan dinner we were having. It was such an enjoyable night for all of us!
with Cikgu Faralia.
Me and Hazirah ngehehehe.
With Cikgu Min.
We didn’t do much that night really, with the exception of eating and taking pictures. We did a group video of gwiyomi (and failed miserably) and were basically just having fun. We gave them a cute little teddy bear each. :3
After that, we cleaned up everything and bid goodnights to them as we made our way back to our dorms. I remembered when we were heading back to our hostel; I was thinking about how much I would miss crashing the house in the evening, gossiping with them and whining about our school life. It was such a habitual destination for us to kill our boredom.
When you’ve grown attached to someone, it’s hard to let go. ):
On their last day at school, I cried when I met Cikgu Min hihi. She was so precious to me and I couldn’t handle the fact that I won’t be seeing her anymore. She gave me this mug and a petit note:- ❤
And that, I think, wraps up the first story of my Kustechs journey. Hopefully this is the first of many more ohohohoho. 🙂