Hehehe...what a time it was, I must say, and when I saw this pix, I could not help it but smile.
So toye one those days.
A friend asked me yesterday if I have pix of her during those years (1976-1980) - she said she had misplaced hers. Luckily for her, I do. I have quite a bit of the pix from those years. But it was more by chance than by design.
I had only kept pix of my class or homeroom or dorms or any group that I can relate my own existence then. But only of me. Nothing more, nothing less.
I don't normally keep others, as a rule of thumb.
But when I decided to appoint myself as the editor of the reunion magazine in 2003, there were many willing contributors to the cause. Pix were one of them - many had offered their personal albums, so yours truly then became the gatekeeper to the memory house of MRSMKB76ers.
But true to what I promised those who had given their personal albums for yours truly to sieve through, scan and publish in the magazine, I had only kept them for the magazine and not distribute them around. After all, many were personal in nature.
But I guess many of those pix would made it to the magazine with nearly 100 pix in it.
These were my classmates in late 1976 at MRSM KB. Mind you, no uniform then. We were treated like American schoolkids. No uniform and no fixed classroom.
We would practically wore these shirts and dresses to class like we were in the above pix.
Minus the ties obviously.
Privilege kids I would say we were.
Here we were a bit more recent. 2003 to be precise at the KLCC.
Oh by the way, enjoy this beautiful song Somewhere in Time by Maksim. It will help your time travel.