Nia and the Return Home

We had the opportunity to meet and play with Nia Nia again as Ayah Cik Farid and Cik Ma had a 24 hour or so overlap with our stay at Pasir Mas. The day before we had to depart, they arrived.

Nia drawing

Nia drawing

She showed us how to draw. Also, she asked us to read Irfan’s old Hippo book.

The laptop watchers

The laptop watchers

She especially liked dancing to the Mitchiri Neko toon on Youtube and picking out the odd cat out among the clusters of cute cat musicians on parade there.

Wheee

Wheee

Irfan as usual was great with toddler-class cousins.

No cats here

No cats here

Nia of course loved playing hide and seek at Tok Ma’s drapes in the living room.

Smashing

Smashing

Later that afternoon, Nia Nia played badminton with her parents and Irfan.

Pumpkins

Pumpkins

The next morning, we geared up for the return to Perlis. Nia played with her baby powder. She applied powder onto her cheeks and nose herself.

It's always sunny under Irfan

It’s always sunny under Irfan

Irfan gladly became the shield against the morning sun for Nia as she explored the yard. Soon after, we said our goodbyes and headed over the mountains toward the Northwest.

Langgar is collide

Langgar is collide

We were passing through the state of Kedah when this road sign declared quite a violent imperative.

The wheel artist

The wheel artist

It was nearly journey’s end when Ain drove past Irfan’s school. (Ain took over the wheel at a masjid south of Jeniang.)

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Khairul Hisham J. is a tabletop RPG artist, writer, proofreader, translator, teacher, grad student and learner-in-general.

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