If you're looking at this post pictures, no.., they're not Sabah oldest twins. I know, I post about the worlds oldest twins last Friday but this has nothing to do with that. These are pictures of my grandmother with her cousin who recently reunited again after have not meet for a very long time.My grandmother is the one wearing that green dress, her name is Duyah binti Singking. She was born on 4th October 1940 (in her identity card). Her best friends and also her cousin is the one who always come to my mother rice stall and always asked if she can meet my grandma, her name is Tayu binti Agui. My grandmother had a dementia and we don't normally bring her to mom stall. We afraid if we were busy, we forget about her and she maybe will be wandering around by herself.
One day, my sister Ann want to bring my little sister and brother to the park. She go back home in the afternoon to get Manja and Atan. While waiting for them to get ready, my grandmother asked Ann if she can come along. She want to meet Ann's husband and children; Ann is not married yet by the way. My grandmother always think Ann is the eldest and married with two children. Remember about the request of grandmother Tayu, Ann bring her along to mom rice stall and told grandmother Tayu son that my grandmother is at the rice stall.
10 minutes later, grandmother Tayu come with her granddaughter. Two of them shake hands and hug each other, while me and my mother busy taking pictures of them. Hehehehehe.... Grandmother Tayu still remember many thing compare with my grandmother. She told us how she and my grandmother are at the same year of birth, my grandma only a few months older. One thing in Sabah, the age on the identity card is normally not correct for old person because they normally late to register on the old days because of the transportation problem during that time.
Grandma Tayu told us that both of them are neighbours. When both of them got into quarrel, my grandma will always won them since she will put chili on her hands. Hahahahaha.... I don't know my grandma will be that wicked. Grandma Tayu also told us how my grandma is an expert in Magandak dance, traditional dances for Kimaragang tribe. No wonder I saw so many time my grandmother dancing alone, maybe she recalls the good old days. They talked for only about half an hour. I want to asked so many thing but don't have a chance. One of the question in my mind, why my grandmother always told us don't go to the wood because they're cannibal people in there. Is it true? Look like I need to keep that question to myself until I meet grandma Tayu again.