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Thursday, 14 January 2010

New Year, New School Uniform...

Happy 2010 everyone!!! My resolution for this year is try to sneak into my parents' room at night to sleep with them as often as I can! Yeay! Wish me luck...

Anyway, starting this year, I will be attending REAL classes in school (as in going into the classroom and seat and actually learn something...).
There will be a few subjects including religious and prayers too. Therefore, I need to be wearing proper uniforms when attending these classes. Check it out...


My new uniform -- too big for me?


Knowledge Enlivens The Soul, Milk Enlivens My Tummy!

My pants are green in colour and my top is in yellow! Yes, you definitely can spot us from far! At the back of my shirt is our school motto :
Knowledge Enlivens The Soul, which is really true, you know. That's why I'm being sent to school at such a very young age, apart from the fact that both Mommy and Dadda have to work and they actually feel more confident in sending me to school rather than hire a maid to take care of me at home. Besides, they said at least I get to learn something in school as opposed to just stay home and do nothing but eat and play.

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I learn to count at school too, but sometimes I'll be a bit cheeky and
leave out some of the numbers on purpose..

Personally, I think they just feel really insecure in leaving me alone at home with a stranger! They probably have this 'trust' issue with someone new to the family, hehe... hence, the excuses and so-called good reasons of theirs for sending me off to school!

I mean, I'm not complaining or anything like that. It's not like they're sending me off to a boarding school where they serve really bad food and I don't get to come back at the end of each day, right? But it's just so depressing having to wake up early in the morning, bathe and put on my uniform just to spend a day of learning, playing and eating with the rest of my friends... do you understand what I'm trying to say here?

But anyway, it's not really a big problem for me, though. Usually, I'll just put on a bit of a tantrum in the mornings and pretend to cry everytime one of my teachers come to fetch me from the car until they hand me a piece of biscuit or bread for breakfast.

Oh, I forgot to tell you, I also have a head cover or hijab to be put on during my religious and prayer classes. Don't I look adorable in it?


No 1! School is good for me!


Too cute not to HUG!

1 comment:

Miss Marquis said...

stuD leklok adik comel (:

Make sure you read this too!

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