To Be Or Not To Be Happy, That Is The Question.
Assalamu'alaikum. Meet Ida, my lifetime companion and partner in crime. She's grown up to be a very contemporary intelligent lady whose passion for reading and teaching has moulded her into somewhat unparalleled to most local guys. Well, not that she seems to mind, though. Not that much, probably, which I'm sure she sometimes is concerned, one way or another. But yeah, she's chosen to be happy and asserted positive vibes in her being. That has worked out well evidently. And for that, I'm forever grateful.
We're the only sisters in our nuclear family of 5 and have become much closer each decade comes by, now that she's an adult 8 years behind my age. Sometimes I have to pinch myself to remind me of our age difference, for in many sense I tend to act either way too old or mostly too young when we're together. Heck, I am OLD!
It's a treasure to spend some quality time just the two of us, celebrating our independence. (Yeah, right!) But on a more serious note, we enjoy our quiet time together talking about everything and nothing at all. That's something worth celebrated, is it not?
And she's always got this effort to appear stylish every time she wants to lepak with me, which never fails to amuse me in a good sense. She's growing to see me dressed up all the time in my teen years, so I can't blame her. My bad, really.
She's single and full of ideal precepts about marriage, which I'm wiser to twist anything. She'll know when she's entered into the real world, so why bother? Heheh. As of now, I'm all ears whenever she needs me to listen to her rants, provided of course it suits my hectic schedule. I'm just so happy to see her grown up to be someone who knows to be happy and counts her blessings. I guess I have trained her well. (Nak jugak credit tu, so lame!)
That's it, thanks for dropping by. Take care. Assalamu'alaikum.
~ Nai at Tak Pe Je.