While waiting for my next appoinment with Obgyn next week (which is like forever given my condition), marilah kita kongsi cerita gembira pulak.
Last week Kakak bagitau ibu bapa kena datang hari Khamis untuk ambik kad laporan. Kalau ibu bapa tak boleh datang, anak-anak tak perlu datang sekolah. Sebabnya, lepas ibu bapa ambik kad laporan, ibu bapa boleh bawak anak-anak balik terus. To us, this was not to be missed. Boleh jumpa guru kelas and discuss about Kakak.
Masa tunggu giliran, sempatlah tengok aktiviti dia dalam kelas. She's quite a lone ranger. Dia duduk kat tempat dia and did some activities on the paper given. I was like 'anak aku ni anti sosial ke?'. Until I met the teacher, we were told Kakak has her own set of friends. Dia tak suka kawan dengan budak-budak yang kecoh-kecoh and loud. Dia lebih suka kawan-kawan yang 'tenang'. Lega ummi, ingatkan Kakak takde kawan. Behaviorally, Cikgu kata Kakak ni terlalu mengalah. Kalau kawan dia usik, cubit, ugut, dia tak melawan balik. Habis kuat pun dia mengadu pada Cikgu. Remember that Sy*z* girl? The one that bullied Kakak? Now they are separated. Kakak dah duduk kat depan whereas Sy*z* and her co kat belakang. I'm glad the teacher addressed that issue. To add to our relief, Cikgu Olya decsribed Kakak as bersopan, soft spoken, and has that inquisitive mind.
Educationally, alhamdulillah. She's at 7th place this time. Masa first term exam she was at 13th. Macam tak percaya mata ummi tengok. Of course I want her to get all the best, all As, all highest scores but I did not want to bank in too much hope. Takut tak dapat, I'll get frustrated and later take it out on her. Not fair kan. I know some may say kecoh je makcik ni, dapat no 7 pun nak heboh. Of course kecoh. Remember when she was in Tahun 1? She was at place 29th. Mostly due to my ignorance on her educational-wellbeing. (Read my keluhan here, here and how I resolute to get up and change for the better, here) When she got no 13, I was happy enough to smile the whole week through. (You can read how proud we were with that no 13, here) What more with 7 right. We later treated her for 'celup-celup' meal at Johnny's. She wanted a Pink Panther dollie, which I have yet to get for her.
Anyway, back to Sy*z*. We finally met her tete-a-la-tete. Kakak whispered to us where's Sy*z* was sitting. When our eyes met, I was meaning to give her that killer stare 'don't you dare bully my daughter ever again', Sy*z* got the nerve to stare back as if saying 'see lah how autie'. Not just that, she waved!
Btw, you can read my special entry on Sy*z*, here.