Now I wonder how does it feels to be a woman who sells good stuff at Pasar Siti Khadijah. Most women there are independent and high spirited; with lovable voice and graceful gestures.
But I also wonder how do they cope with the predicament - rotten goods, lack of buyers and the rats and cats in the market. When the vegetables are no longer fresh to be sold; when other ladies are selling the mangoes that she is selling but no one would want to buy the mangoes that she is selling - how does she keeps on smiling?
When the cats are eating the anchovies which need to be sold, when the rats are ruining the rice in the sack - how does she keeps on going?
I think we need to put their story in Diva Universal. Because these makciks are sexy, hot and glory...and the symbols of patience and true beauty. They match the loyalty of The Army Wives, the patience of The Good Wife, the toughness of Rookie Blue and the inspirational Oprah.
I wish I am those makciks. Be strong, Sha. The world is a never ending journey...
How are you, folks?