Meeting an Old Friend
I was at the shopping centre with my mother when I saw a girl who looked like my Primary Two classmate, Tania. She had transferred to another school at the end of the year.
I walked towards the girl to get a closer look. To my delight, she was Tania. Her hair was longer than the last time I had seen her. She was also wearing spectacles. I tapped her on the shoulder and smiled shyly at her. I wondered if she would remember me. Tania turned around. There was a look of confusion on her face at first. Then, her eyes lit up and she gave me a broad smile. “You’re Samantha, right?” she said excitedly. I nodded.
We had so much to say to each other. I wanted to tell Tania all about school and our teacher this year. She wanted to tell me all about her new school. Our parents agreed to have tea together. We went to a café to chat. Tania and I took turns talking about our schools. Our parents also spent time talking to one another.
Tania and I had a lot to share. We were disappointed when our parents told us that we had to go home. We exchanged email addresses and agreed to write to each other regularly.