Was in Ipoh to attend a funeral last week. The deceased was a school headmaster, and her funeral was on a working day… so understandably most of the people at the funeral were retirees, retired teachers to be precise.

Heard a lot of conversations, mostly about where to find the best doctors, best supplements, grandchildren, and gossips of what’s happening to the others that’s not at the funeral… apparently there’s a fella that got married at the age of ~65… pretty cool huh.

It’s rather funny though, that these people have been friends for years… and it took a funeral for all of them to gather again. Friends are precious, friends for decades are priceless…

On our back to KL, I told my mum that she shouldn’t wait until the next funeral to meet her friends again; they should hang out more often for a tea or dinner… she agreed.

2 Responses to “A wedding and a funeral”

  1. Laarni Says:
    January 28th, 2007 at 2:07 pm

    Yes, cherish one another because we can’t live forever.

    DO YOU MISSSSSSS ME????? :) ( i have a new internet name!)

  2. Jee Says:
    January 29th, 2007 at 4:16 pm

    Hi Laarni… I thought your blog you will be gone forever; you changed your blog url AGAIN? Seriously, just get a Blogger or acc from WordPress.com… no point changing your url too often.

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