She taught us English. Joined us when we were in 9th grade. The opportunity to be her students, for us, was only for two years.
Her persona had a command over others.
It felt like she genuinely cared for the students ...she wanted us to become good humans. The scoldings were not just to follow the discipline of the school.
She made sure the talents of every student was polished and put forth. She was active in the cultural activities and sports. Singing, dancing, plays, debates, essay writing to name a few. She was multi talented.
A few years ago, I found her on the latter platform along with our math teacher. I send her friend request. It was never accepted.
I found out she wasn't much active there so, I thought, perhaps she never saw it.
I even wondered if she at all remembered me. She knew me very well, so, her not being able to place me was unlikely...but, then again... it was years ago. I still wonder.
Susan ma'am, wherever you are I hope my feelings reach you. You are being missed by so many lives you have touched. We love you.
I love you!
If you want to tell someone what they mean to you, seize this very moment to do so. You might never get the opportunity again.
There's never a right time or a wrong time.
Time is just...TIME. Bold and in caps... Authoritative...Untamed.