Helmi and I often talks about the girls future..being a clingy and over protective dad, he’d have all these kind of imaginations..i thought i should be the one having all the scary thoughts..🙊 he would talk about all of his fears of boys and if the girls would marry the right men someday.. ohhh daddy! 🤦🏻♀️
This given some flashback of my parents decision long ago for me..After came back from US at age 16, my parents sent me and my younger sister into 1 of the girls schools in KL. All girls ya! Male – Only got uncle canteen and 1 male teacher. The rest of the teachers and staffs are all female.😂 Reason being, so that i stayed naive and didn’t mess with boys..pfftt ..*LOL* Mom was over-protective.she told me boys in co-ed school here are rapist..what an accusation?! *LOL* oh goshhhh, and i believed it..🤦hahaha what nonsense, lurus bendul sangat ni.. how come my ex’s of Canadian and American boyfriends were not a rapist and yet Malaysian boys would be such..get it?! LOL 😂😂 of course, another reason is because it is a good school and somehow a semi-English medium..it would be easier for me and my sister to catch up things..
Well…i would say it was a good initiative though..Seriously! my focus was more of academic, gymnastic, performing arts and cheerleading (all these are not in order 😎).. After broken up with my American boyfriend, I don’t bother having a boyfriend in Malaysia either..well, i do get letters, cards from boys (no smartphones back then📱 ada fon dinosaur je ☎️..suddenly, sounds so ancient) but really, i just don’t bother..until i get to college years..
Would this kind of decision works for my girls? I dunno..i’d just go with the flows..but at least I do have a dream to send them for tahfiz learnings at primary age..😇 if possible, an English medium tahfiz school.. high school and college? Let’s try not to think of it too much now.. daddy will get stress! Hahaha