Thursday, December 20, 2012

Alphabe-Thursday Letter E for Emotions

 This pair of a cross between a Chinese wooden clog  aka ChaikGiak and a Penang beaded slipper attracted my eye.
 This pair of morphed ChaikGiak evodes such an Emotion that I had to buy it even though it is not comfortable. In fact it pinches. So why did I buy it and suffer?
Many many years ago when I just finished my high school, 3 of us went to the teachers college.  We bought this ChaikGiak to wear to the ablution block. It was the first week, and we were taken to a city tour. For some crazy reasons, we wore the ChaikGiak. This wooden ChaikGiak made a lot of sound. When we went to the mosque, we had to take off our ChaikGiak. The tour leader was mortified, "You don't go to the city wearing that!!!!"

I left shortly because I wanted to go abroad. R left too, and only J remain to graduate. I left the country and saw them only once until this year. I saw J and via facebook R. We exchanged memories. We laughed and our ChaikGiak came top of our list. We also shared this with old class mates during our mini re-union.

Here to you, R amd J. When I walk around in the house making Giak Giak Giak , I think of you and Robert Frost's poem "Two roads meet."


Unknown said...

What fun it must have been to reconnect with old friends.

Heather{Our Life In a Click} said...

What a great story. I can imagine the racket they made!!

carol l mckenna said...

Emotional post that is excellent ~ Love the shoes ~ so glad you reconnected with your good college friends ~ Happy Holidays ^_^

(A Creative Harbor ~ aka ArtMuseDog and Carol ^_^

Maggie said...

They are pretty but don't look too comfortable! Glad to know you reunited with an old friend.

Esther Joy said...

Emotions are powerful. I'm sure many, many of our life decisions are based on them!

wenn said...'s fun to wear them!

storybeader said...

funny what emotions a pair of shoes with make on you! That's neat that you made contact with each other. {:-Deb

Jenny said...

It sounds like an excellent noise to me!

I can imagine the clickety-clack.

The color is gorgeous, though!

Happy New Year and thank you for linking.