In my previous post I ‘complained’ about going back to my in-laws due to the lack of cooling system. In this post, I won’t be complaining. Instead I just want to share what my in-laws do. My FIL runs a sundry shop and they live upstairs. Period.
As for Ethan, everything he sees there fascinates him. This is one of them.. Do you know what they are doing here?
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My FIL runs a kindergarten… and has been hunting my head down to help him out in the kindy. *horrified* I adore my FIL to bits… unfortunately, it can't be said the same with my MIL. :(
cleffairy – Pls!!!!!!!!!!! YOU kenot teach little children!!!! You'll corrupt their innocent mind!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Horrifying!!!!!!!! lol.. (banyak nya exclamation!!!!!!!!)
From my childhood's impressions, those who run sundry shops,mostly are loaded ones,(got money a lot a lot one) but most of them are very simple and down to earth lots too.Ethan was learning how to separate the chaffs from the garlic right? I guess Malay they call durang, in english it is called durang"ing"hey take care now
yes, i know what is happening there.. i grew up staying next door to a sundry shop :)
*roll eyes at Merryn's statement* Who say I cannot teach little children? LOL… I taught a lot of little children and they happened to excel in English. Unfortunately, it can't be said the same with my Alien. *sigh* So stressful. ppl's kids I can teach, own anak, so susah wanna teach.Let me teach you some history… if you pandai… who is famous with…'Divorce beheaded and die, divorced beheaded survived!'? LOL… can you guess?My 8 years old students knows who is famous wif this. :P Blekksss!
@ Eugene….garlic is white ler…I think this one more like small red onions…kakakaAgree with you …sundry shop owners usually got $$ one leh
Cleff.. I think I still agree with Merryn that you shouldn't teach, or maybe teach, but not let them reading your blog.. muahahha… btw, that's shallots and not garlic la eugene…:DMerryn, you should take Ethan back more often before this kind of sundry shop 'tutup' kedai for good..
LOL… too late for that d… I'm already teaching. *pengsan*
Those are shallots right? Ethan seemed to be enjoying doing it. So sweet.
eugene – Thank you. I tak tau what they call it until now u thought me… 'durang-ing' lol.. cool :D i dunno bout the a lot a lot of money part lah.. tak involve in that.. william got his own money! lol.. hahahahhaa..
I totally agree with Cynthia. Fairy's students should NOT read her blog!!! :P My students read mine though..hahahahha… so dont go n corrupt it ok? lol.. :P
sundry business will always amaze the young.
They look like shallots :) ur In laws live a simple life, it's nice to go there once in a while :)
*roll eyes* Some of my students are not underage lah.They summore tell me which porn site is better wan! *pengsan*
Aww…I wanna open a sundry shop too. Then I can have fun with my grandkids. :p
There's nothing like family… Try watching this:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IL1ED8CdKFs
Separating the small red onions from the loose skin by using moving air – that's a good experience for a young child. Seldom nowadays city children get to experience simple things like this.
wah, runs a mini market, mciam ni, drinks, junks all can take & whack, no need to pay. hahaha!
that captures surely shows how much he's fascinated
Bring Ethan there more often. It's a good exposure. I wished I can bring Jonathan to work in my dad's orchard just like what I used to do those days.