They are the ones I mentioned in the post,
Nasib penyokong marhaen Najib
My friend told me that it was the first time that her husband managed to attend their son's sports day as he was previously working elsewhere and only got to be home about once a month.
My friend's husband was forced to quit his job recently and now spends more time with his family.
"I am quite happy, actually. Despite the uncertainties of him not having a proper job now, he drives back from KL almost every weekend to be with us," she said.
It was indeed a pleasant occasion as it was also the first time I attended a school sports day ever since I finished schooling.
I just sat at a corner of the field and observed the carnival like atmosphere.
My friend's son, who has autism attended special education classes at the school.
He took part in several events but didn't win any of them.
According to my friend, her son doesn't really understand the concept of being competitive and therefore doesn't really care whether he finished first or last in anything.
It may be a handicap for most of us, but maybe Allah had blessed the boy with a life without malice being the way he is.
Here are some pictures I took at the sports day,
|The special education contingent|
|My friend's son finished second last in this 80 meters race for special needs students. He seemed contented running behind his friends.|
|The 4x50 meters race between the blue, red, green and yellow houses. It was fun watching the kids ran, but I actually can't remember which house won the race.|
|At the creatively decorated tent of the special education contingent.|
I really enjoy my relaxing time here in Kuantan with my friend and her family.
So not looking forward to go back to KL tomorrow morning.