It was another great gathering with my primary school classmates. In fact, most of us did not see each other for many years, YET all of us did not feel like strangers. Each of us felt like we traveled back to our primary school during our years from 1968-73. Wow! More than 4 decades ago. At a lightning speed we were back to 2015 thereafter when we dispersed from the place.
The photo tells a thousand words, we were so engaged with each other for couple of hours despite the hazy weather. See for yourselves, did we look like strangers to each other? Of course not, I must say our spirits were high and the happiness in meeting each other was overwhelming. Rain, Haze or shine will not stop us from doing so.
Guess who are the two from another state? One is from Negri Sembilan and the other is from Sabah.
I am deeply grateful to all of them who took their precious time and effort to make this meeting a memorable event. Best still, my recommended SP Jawa’s mee stall was unexpectedly close at the time we were there. This situation turned out to be another blessing. I can recall for the second time. It strikes my mind that it can be so coincidental that we missed our most expensive chicken rice at Seremban when few of us visited Seremban at an earlier occasion.
It did not disappoint us although we changed to an alternative place for our meals instead. My friend will call for the second time.
Thanks to technology; we were able to feel the warmth from all our Penang’s friends who were not able to attend, but follow us live from our broadcast.
I write to express my sincere thanks for your generous supports, directly or indirectly, and we hope to meet again. Moreover, we together can make a new record for the rest of our lives.
Chief Value Creation Officer