throughout school years, every Sejarah class, memang time terbaik untuk tersungguk macam bola tennis kena pukui; ke kiri, ke kanan, ke belakang, ke depan, berpusing pusing, bergaya sungguh kepala cik puan ni bila tersungguk. on good days, i'd have a drool on the side of my face.
bukan sengaja tapi otak macam dah setting sendiri.
Sejarah = nap time
ugh.. anyway, by form 4, i knew i can't have any career Sejarah-based like lawyer ke, or... historian ke. so i buang jauh jauh itu ambition and till today, still have that setting in my brain.
husband is completely different.
he can stomach hours of history!!
crazy dude! ok takde la crazy sangat, but i memang senang impressed liddat. heheee..
so we were talking about traveling the other day, about the things we like about it.
he said he likes to know the history of the place, the history of culture, history, history, history.
i said i like to see how the sunset looks like in a different country, how the sea smells like, how the trees, birds, cats, clouds all look like, what the locals do and what's 'normal' to them, things like that.
and then he started laughing coz ye la, he thought when i said i like traveling, it's because i want to know about the culture or whatever things he likes to do kan.
and because when we went to Bali (first ever trip overseas together), he actually enjoyed watching the Kechak dance and Barong dance, and he thought i did too! which i did. for the first couple of minutes. *grins toothily*
so pastilah he asked me, "you tahu tak dance tu pasal apa?"
i said "which dance?"
"Barong dance. tu pasal apa?"
after a few seconds of squinting, and recalling the dance, i answered, "eleh. pasal gamelan."
maafkan daku oh sayang,
ku tahu mereka di depan,
sedang berdansa & bergoyang,
totap suka tengok si gamelan,
sebab diorang berkemban,
sekian pantun cik puan.