Sarah, King's College
Sarah was her usual free spirited self - running around freely and happily. How could I blame her? Apart from our weekend travels, she only sits home tending to her bugs, rotting her teeth eating sweets or rotting her brains watching TV.
Sarah especially enjoyed punting and was again and again and again asking, "Babah, nak naik boat agi........" [translates to: Babah, I want to ride the boat again........" Maybe once we get back to Malaysia, I'll take her on a boat to Pulau Kapas, god willing.
Hare vs Tortoise, Amar chasing after Sarah
Particularly funny was when Sarah was running towards her mother at the opposite end of the college just beyond the sign that says, "Please stay off the grass"... the way the guards were looking at her looked like their eyes were going to pop out of their sockets!
(but I bet Sarah would prove more than a match for any of the burly guards, with her sharp "kelentong" skills, eh Bie?)
Other pictures I really like from our recent travels are: (I ran out of ideas on what to write!)
The kinetic Sarah and passive Amar
Whoops I spoke to soon, Amar seemed to have found his legs and was gleefuly running across St John's college hand-in-hand with his (almost 3 year-old) sister. See the big smile?
Mischievous Sarah teaching Amar to be as adventurous as her and venture beyond the normal path
Amar and Sarah holding hands hopefully towards a bright future
What I have been uneloquently trying to say was, our 6th anniversary has been so much fun"ner" and happier thanks to having two more souls to share our adventures with. Together, we share laughter and happiness.
In my humble opinion, the best thing out of sharing 6 years with Puan Mama Sarah are having Amar and Sarah (seeing Amar's toothy grin and Sarah's cheeky twinkly eyes after a day oncall is just priceless) and I am so grateful to Allah for having to get to know these three splendid people in my life.
Here's for Bie, Sarah and Amar.